Ascott Corniche Al Khobar opens its doors in Saudi Arabia

Ascott Corniche Al Khobar

The Ascott Limited (Ascott) has celebrated the launch of its sixth residence in Saudi Arabia, Ascott Corniche Al Khobar.

The new property comprises a total of 172 units and stands on Prince Turki Street, granting easy access to the Corniche via footpath. The hotel’s surrounding neighbourhood boasts a variety of leisure options, including shopping malls and restaurants, while guests will also benefit from easy transport links to and from the residence. Meanwhile, the newly opened Dr. Suleiman Al Habib hospital is also within arm’s reach.

Regional general manager – Middle East, Africa, Turkey and India, Ascott, Vincent Miccolis said: “Ascott Corniche Al Khobar is destined to appeal to a broad spectrum of short and long-term guests alike, who seek the comfort and privacy of an apartment with the added sophistication of international-standard hotel services. As we expand our Saudi Arabia property portfolio, we are setting new benchmarks for quality and contemporary accommodation in key destinations across the Kingdom.”

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Ascott Corniche Al Khobar is home to beautifully appointed apartments, including studio premier, one-bedroom executive, one-bedroom premier and two-bedroom premier options, as well as three-bedroom luxury penthouses. Facilities at the freshly launched property include a fully equipped business and events centre, a dining area, a lounge, a fitness centre, a swimming pool, a children’s playroom, a guest lounge and a prayer room.

Meanwhile, the hotel’s Al Mandaloun restaurant and lounge is currently in the design stage and is expected to reach completion in Q3, 2020.

Ascott has plans to add a further 779 keys across five other KSA properties by the end of 2020 and is on track to double its portfolio in the Middle East to 5,000 units in the next year.

Projects set to open in 2020 include: Citadines Al Ghubrah Muscat, Ascott Villas Riyadh, Somerset City Centre Atyrau, Kazakhstan, Citadines Maslak Istanbul as well as Citadines Culture Village in Dubai.