Egypt-Saudi Partnership Expands in Hotel Sector in Mecca
An Egyptian-Saudi partnership has been established in hotel sector in Mecca.
This collaboration aims to serve pilgrims and guests visiting the holy city. The partnership features the Zilal Al-Nuzul hotel group, which recently inaugurated its latest hotel, Zilal Al-Nuzul Al-Awwal, located near the Grand Mosque.
Grand Launch in Cairo
The new hotel was launched at a grand event held at Marriott Zamalek in Cairo, attended by officials from both Egypt and Saudi Arabia and numerous Egyptian tourism companies.
Attendees of Ceremony
The ceremony saw the presence of the Saudi Deputy Ambassador in Cairo, President of Zilal Al-Nuzul, a member of the Egyptian Federation of Tourist Chambers, and representatives of the tourism ministry and chambers.
Mohamed Kamel, CEO of Zilal Al-Nuzul, discussed the exceptional facilities and new operating system of the hotel.
Located in Mecca’s central area near the Clock Tower, the hotel signifies Zilal’s commitment to providing distinguished hotels near the Holy Mosque in Mecca.
Furthermore, he revealed plans for opening two more hotels in the Kingdom soon.
Hotel’s Unique Features
Kamel highlighted that the four-star hotel houses 250 rooms and suites, accommodating over a thousand pilgrims.
The hotel also offers comprehensive services, from airport arrival to departure, including transportation and assistance with visas and other procedures.
Majed Al-Osaimi on Tourism Development
Majed Al-Osaimi, President of Zilal Al-Nuzul, emphasized Saudi Arabia’s focus on tourism, aligned with plans by King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Moreover, he urged the private sector to develop and expand services, matching these advancements.
Strengthening Bilateral Ties
Al-Osaimi spoke about fostering the special relationship between Egypt and Saudi Arabia, praising the collaborations with Egyptian companies in delivering top-notch services.
Mecca Hotel’s Objective
The goal of Zilal Al-Nuzul is to provide a unique experience for guests, seeking future partnerships in hotels and resorts, and building cooperation within the Arab and Islamic world in the travel and tourism sector.