New Elaf Jeddah Hotel Holds Iftar Party

The newly opened Elaf Jeddah Hotel, located in the Red Sea Mall complex, held its first event on Sunday – an Iftar party for media.   The hotel is Elaf Travel, Tourism, & Hotel’s 11th property.  The Elaf group is part of SEDCO.  They have eight other hotels in Makkah and two in Madinah.  

The company’s General Manager for Business development, Ehab A. Eid said they plan to add an additional 2,400 rooms within four years in Jeddah and the two holy cities.   He said “These will increase Elaf’s hotel rooms in these cities to 5,000.”  The new five star Elaf Jeddah Hotel has more than 150 rooms including executive and diplomatic suites. Eid said although the hotel has only been open two weeks, it is already busy with Umrah visitors.

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