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Hampton by Hilton arrives in Saudia Arabia

Hampton by Hilton arrives in Saudia Arabia

Cayan Group has opened Hampton by Hilton in Saudia Arabia.

The moderately priced hotel chain - which was previously known simply as Hampton before the Promus Hotel Corporation was bought by Hilton Worldwide for $3.7 billion in 1999 - has more than 2,5000 branches worldwide but the first one has now opened in Saudia Arabia.

Ahmed Alhatti, Chairman of Cayan Group, said: “We’re thrilled to be opening the doors of Hampton by Hilton Sharma, and proud of a successful partnership with Hilton. We believe the collective and shared knowledge will give an outstanding hotel experience to the immediate demand."

The Hampton by Hilton Sharma boasts 201 bedrooms and is a 30-minute drive away from NEOM Bay Airport at Al Dhalah, and opened after 12 months of construction work.

Pauline Wilson, Vice President, Focused Service Operations, EMEA, said: “We are very excited to debut the Hampton by Hilton brand in Saudi Arabia with the opening of Hampton by Hilton Sharma. The opening signifies the growth of our focused service portfolio across the Kingdom and the wider region, fuelled by a growing demand for quality, value-driven accommodation options. We look forward to welcoming guests to the property as we continue to provide a reliable and friendly service.

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