The largest hotel of Middle East Anjum Hotel that will welcome Haji and Umrah visitors is opened in Makkah.
Anjum Hotel is being considered as the largest hotel in Middle East with its 1.743 rooms and suits. Completed within the first phase of development projects in Jabal Al Kaaba area, the Hotel aims to offer its prestigious and sophisticated services to the Haji and Umrah visitors all around the world. As over the next few years, an additional 7,000 rooms to be added to the hotel. This will be done during the second and third phases of the Jabal Al Kaaba project.
As well as its 1.743 rooms and suits, Anjum Hotel serves a wide variety of international and authentic cuisine in the two restaurants that are large enough to host 3,500 guests.
The interior design of the Anjum Hotel reflects the noble heritage of the Hijazi Saudi traditions and meets the highest levels of luxurious and international standards. The hotel is also come into prominence with its location that is strategically located footsteps away from the new Haram extension. With a private exit constructed and linked directly to the King Abdullah new Gate-which allows visitors to easily reach the holy mosque.
Anjum Hotels are owned and operated by Abdul Latif Jameel Real Estate Investments Co., Ltd. (ALJREIC), one of the leading real estate development companies in Saudi Arabia.
Claude Chesnais, CEO of Abdul Latif Jameel Real Estate Investments Co., Ltd. attended the 8th Haji and Umrah Exhibition in Istanbul, Turkey on 7th and 8th November. We have talked with Mr. Chesnais at the Haji and Umrah Exhibition in Istanbul. Below you can find our short video with Mr. Chesnais.
Chesnais said, “Turkish Haji and Umrah candidates are important for us because they represent one of the main Moslem markets. We have also awarded our most supportive clients and partners in a dinner event that was held on November 7th in Istanbul and thanked them for their support during our opening year”.
Sheikh Yousef Abdul Latif Jameel, Chairman of ALJREIC has pointed out that the wise government into infrastructure-related development projects for the two holy cities and said that “By 2019, it is expected that 13 million Muslims to visit the Holly Region to perform Hajj and Umrah services. For this reason, Jabal Al Kaaba project is to be expected to boost tourism and hospitality sectors across the Kingdom. Jabal Al Kaaba project add value to Makkah and will always serve the Haji and Umrah candidates in excellence.”