holds multiple hospitality assets across Saudi Arabia and also owns the impressive Al Faisaliah Tower located in the Kingdom's capital Riyadh.
owns and operates several five-star hotels across Saudi Arabia, including the Al Faisaliah Hotel in Riyadh and Al-Shohada Hotel in the holy city of Makkah.
Since 1995, AKMC
has been the trendsetter in the development and management of commercial properties in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
is at the forefront of development because of our investment, development and management strategy and we look forward to boosting awareness of the Kingdom's viability as a destination and furthering our own organizational growth," says Musaed Al Saeed, Chief Executive Officer of AKMC
The Al Khozama Hotel, Madinah is scheduled to open in October 2011 and earlier this year AKMC
confirmed a management contract for the five-star Al Faisaliah Hotel, Madinah which is scheduled to open during the second quarter of 2012.
also opened a new ultra-luxury wing at the center's hotel, offering 106 premier rooms and suites, including the country's largest penthouse with a spa, and an open-kitchen concept Italian restaurant, La Cucina.
Musaed Al-Said, AKMC
CEO, said: "With the Kingdom at the centre of economic growth in this fast-growing region, it is important to be prepared for increasing demands even before they are present.
After achieving contracts for hotel management in Makkah, Madinah and projects in Jeddah and Riyadh, AKMC
Chairman Prince Bandar bin Saud bin Khalid, said in Riyadh that negotiations were in progress with investors relating to the company's investment and development of projects in Jeddah.
Steak House and Herfy was the Best Mid-market Restaurant and Makkah-based Mobarrat Shohada, managed by AKMC
, and Avail Grand Hotel & Suite shared SETA's Best Domestic Hotel award.
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The Madinah property for which AKMC
is currently in negotiation
owns the Al Faisaliah Hotel in Riyadh, which opened in 2000, and introduced the butler service to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.