Park Hyatt Jeddah Marina Club and Spa opens in Saudi Arabia

Saudi hotel offers 2,500sqm of meeting space at Lazurde Meetings & Events Centre

Park Hyatt Jeddah Marina Club and Spa opens in Saudi Arabia
Park Hyatt Jeddah Marina Club and Spa opens in Saudi Arabia

The Park Hyatt Jeddah Marina Club and Spa has opened in Saudi Arabia.  
 
The five-star hotel is located in the heart of the city in the Al Hamra District and offers 142 rooms, a 10,000sqm spa, yacht marina and several restaurants.
 
The Lazurde Meetings & Events Centre is adjacent to the hotel and offers 2,500sqm of meeting and banquet facilities for up to 800 delegates.

The centre's 756sqm ballroom can be divided into three and the Palm Courtyard has capacity for 900 delegates.

Park Hyatt Jeddah - Marina, Club and Spa is located 30 minutes from the King Abdullaziz International Airport.

The 140,000sqm complex was designed by French interior designer Gilles Quiffet and architect Patrice Hart.

Jeddah incentive activities:

-    Sightseeing tours of historical and cultural sights, such as Al Balad (the Old Town) or the museums and parks.
-    Luxury shopping in modern Jeddah

Additional Saudi Arabia hotels:

- Al Faisaliah hotel in Riyadh

- Rocco Forte Collection in Jeddah

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