2013-09-25 09:51:28 - The Elaf Bakkah Hotel is strategically situated in the Mahbas Al-Jin area
September 25, 2013
Hotels in Makkah, especially those located close to the “Masjid Al Haram”, are expecting steady business growth, with a favourable room occupancy rate. Leading hotel brands are opening new hotels or offering more hotel rooms in order to accommodate the inflow of pilgrims to Makkah, which welcomes Muslims from around the world.
Elaf Bakkah in Makkah Al Mokarrama, which will have its soft opening in the end of September, already expects to achieve a healthy occupancy rate during the upcoming Hajj season, based on the number of advanced reservations. “Given the steady level of demand for high quality hotel rooms in Makkah in the months ahead, especially during Hajj, we are adding hundreds of new rooms to the
market through our Elaf Bakkah Hotel,” said Ziyad Bin Mahfouz, CEO of Elaf Group of Companies.
; only 1,800 meters away from the Holy Mosque “Masjid Al Haram” in Makkah. The hotel offers a unique ambiance of luxury and grandeur along with the finest services and amenities under the supervision of a team of highly-experienced staff. Hotel guests can enjoy their stay in any of the 810 rooms and 32 suites, all featuring state-of-the-art equipments and modern amenities. Further, guests can also engage in a fulfilling shopping experience at the 15 stores that will open at the hotel, in addition to two restaurants offering exquisite Arabic and international cuisine. The hotel is equipped with 24 elevators for guests, 4 entrances and 213 parking slots, in addition to a helipad, as part of Elaf Group’s efforts to ensure the highest levels of guest satisfaction.
Elaf Bakkah Hotel represents a key element of Elaf Group’s strategy to increase its number of hotel rooms to 5,000, in order to accommodate the increasing flow of tourists to Saudi Arabia. Elaf Group remains committed to offering the best hospitality services according to international best practices, to support the efforts of the Saudi General Authority for Tourism and Antiquities and achieve the goals of sustainable tourism development, while also boosting Saudi Arabia’s status on the world tourism map.