Saudi Arabia: Accor to operate expanded Ashar Resort at Al Ula

      Published on Monday, 10 August , 2020      838 Views     
Saudi Arabia: Accor to operate expanded Ashar Resort at Al Ula

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The Saudi Royal Commission for Al Ula Governorate has started work on the Ashar Resort expansion project, in partnership with Accor Hotels, a leading group in hospitality and resorts, Saudi media reported. The commission said the expansion agreement comes as part of its strategy to develop Al Ula as a distinctive tourist destination, in which its visitors enjoy the wonderful nature, culture, and heritage it offers.




The hotel and tourism sector in the authority will work on expanding the Ashar Resort and will be managed by the international hotel brand Banyan Tree which operates a number of hotels in the most famous tourist cities in the world between Europe and East Asia.

The expansion will include the addition of 47 new villas constructed by adopting designs characterized by elegance and originality according to international specifications commensurate with the privacy of the environment. These will make a total of 82 high-end villas of varying sizes to suit the different requirements of individuals and families.



The resort gives its guests a unique experience, as they enjoy the beautiful views of the valley and the combination of elegance and a wild and natural environment.

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Category Gulf News, Saudi News | 2020/08/10 latest update at 11:25 AM
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