Millennium Taiba Hotel Madinah bags ISO 22000:2018
Al Madinah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - July 24, 2019: Millennium Taiba Hotel Madinah, a five-star hotel located at the heart of Madinah next to Al Masjed Al Nabawi, celebrates a new level of excellence by receiving an ISO certificate in food safety management system. The hotel is being awarded those certificates as an acknowledgement for meeting the requirements of ISO 22000 in its 2018 version.
Certification Company IQNet, credited by DQS CFS GmbH the German Association for Sustainability, has awarded the certificate to the hotel for its strict compliance with the standards and requirements of the ISO 22000 in its 2018 version. This certificate stands for the highest international standards of the hospitality provision of food and beverages services as the hotel has successfully established a food safety management system and is keen to maintain the highest safety levels across its all operations.
Since the hotel strategically located at the heart of Madinah next to many important Islamic locations and historical sites, it is highly crucial to be leading in safety processes bearing such a great responsibility in serving Hajj and Umrah performers. Millennium Taiba Hotel Madinah has one of the most distinguished dining venues ' Al Araik restaurant'. i is ta restaurant that offers warm and cozy atmospheres and an outstanding opportunity to the guests to experience the best of the Malaysian, Middle Eastern and Western cuisines.
Furthermore, Millennium Taiba Hotel Madinah has Al Anbariah cafe with Al-Haram View. Indeed, the cafe is a perfect place to enjoy fresh and hot pastries especially when you pair them with your favorite coffee or tea.
Mr. Anas Al Maimani, Executive Assistant Manager at Millennium Taiba Hotel, “We are extremely proud of this achievement, which is crowning Millennium Taiba Hotel Madinah endeavors for a unique and exceptional customer experience. Those certificates reflects our solid commitment towards following and maintaining the highest international standards across all operations.”