The Hilton chain of hotels is aiming to open nearly 100 hotels in the Middle East and North Africa for the next five years, especially in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Morocco and Egypt.

Continuing to expand, Hilton aims to open 100 hotels in the Middle East. Hilton is expected to cost $ 9 billion to open these hotels.


Among the recent agreements signed by Hilton are the 111-roomed Hampton by Hilton Kuwait Salmiya, which will open in 2022 as a joint with Alhamya.

Shomoul Holding Co. Hilton Al Khobar, opened in 2023 with the agreement with the 200-room Canopy street; The 99-room Embassy Suites, Hilton Dubai Business Bay and the 234-room Hilton Garden Inn Dubai Business Bay are all scheduled to open in 2022 with a management agreement with Kingston Holdings.

The Hilton will also bring a breath of fresh air to the hotel industry with 1,560 rooms and 392 suites at Embassy Suites by Hilton, the world’s largest Hilton Garden Inn, both in Makkah.

The Hilton will double its presence in Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

Source: hotelmanagement.net

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