Out of 2.5 million pilgrims, 24,481 stayed in the hotels
Al Madinah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (October 1, 2019) – Millennium Taiba and Al Aqeeq, 5-star hotels at the heart of Madinah, reveal exciting statistics about their performance during the last season of Hajj. Total of 24,481 pilgrims put their trust in the hotels to provide them with comfort while performing Hajj rituals.
The hotels prepared perfectly for the last Hajj season. Millennium Taiba Hotel associated with health affairs to vaccine its employees since Muslims are coming from every corner of the world, the employees might be quite vulnerable and openly exposed to various types of viruses and diseases. Millennium Taiba Hotel also prepare a welcoming Arabic coffee, dates, and flowers to the “Hujaj”.
Millennium Al Aqeeq Hotel prepared 1600 meal boxes and hosted a total of 16,791 pilgrims. The hotel offers its guests a premium view to the holy Haram of Madinah and easy access to four historical sites within Madinah. With 505 rooms, classically elegant designed, the hotel provide access to 4 historical mosques, the lively Old Bazaar, as well as the commercial, financial, and shopping hub.
While Millennium Taiba Hotel prepared 800 meal boxes and hosted a total of 7,960. The hotel comprises 208 spacious rooms stylishly designed and equipped with the latest amenities to meet the sophisticated and demanding guests. It has also a dining venue where guests can indulge themselves with an appetizing culinary experience including pasta, pastries, snacks traditional Arabic dishes and international cuisine. With a well-equipped gym, sauna and steam rooms, the hotel aims to be the first choice for Madinah visitors by mixing the convenient access to holy places with luxury standards of hospitality.
Mr. Ibrahim Sindi, Cluster Director of Sales & Marketing at the properties said, “We are ultimately proud of our achievements and the level of services we provided for our guests last year, and passionately, look forward to elevate our services and exceed our guests’ expectations.”