Millennium Hotels and Resorts Middle East and Africa (MEA) has expanded its operations with the debut of its first Grand Millennium Hotel in Tabuk Province, Saudi Arabia.
Grand Millennium Hotel is situated on the Duba Road within close proximity to Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Airport.
Featuring six floors, the hotel has 218 luxury rooms, suites and a Royal Suite.
The new hotel also features Al Maksoura all-day dining restaurant; Juzurna Arabesque restaurant; Al Multaqa Lobby Café and Al Manzar Pool Lounge.
It also has a grand ballroom with a total space of 1,082m2. It has a capacity to hold up to 800 people during weddings and other events.
Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA CEO Kevork Deldelian said: “Grand Millennium Tabuk represents the first Grand Millennium in Saudi Arabia and unfolds a story of the bygone era.
“The hotel is reminiscent of the vintage Hejaz Railway and the intricate design speaks volumes of stories reminding of the nostalgic Hejaz Railway.”
In addition, the hotel has five meeting rooms covering 283m2 area and are equipped with latest technology and a 536m2 pre-function/welcome area.
The hotel’s recreation area includes outdoor and indoor swimming pools for all age groups, gym and spa facilities, two tennis courts, multipurpose court and play area for kids.
Millennium Hotels & Resorts MEA currently operates 45 hotels with another 32 in the pipeline.