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Saudi hotels integrate 'health resorts’ to attract pilgrims
April 2018 403

The price of the suites and rooms provided by the hotels in Makkah is no longer the only way to compete in the traditional way of attracting pilgrims from inside and outside Saudi Arabia.

A quick panoramic view of the religious tourism map in Saudi Arabia has led to dramatic changes in the level of awareness and services while the presence of new competitive factors began to float to the surface.
 
Pilgrims and the people who want to perform Umrah from various countries - in all their different environments and culture - developed the concept of hotel tourism services in Makkah in a detailed and precise manner, where conventional factors are no longer the main structure of attraction and polarization, but extended to new paths. These paths are based on two main factors - "healthy food" in general, and "relaxation activities" in particular.
 
Integrated Services
 
The main focal point when understanding the new indications of the hotel services is clarified by Ahmed Ereiba, hotel manager of the Raffles Makkah Palace, clarifying that the performance of Umrah or Hajj is no longer confined to the performance of the rituals, but it is based on the results of opinion polls and tourism analysis, which showed other requirements for this category.
 
In his previous speech, Ahmed Ereiba points out that the new requirements that fall within the "overall framework" for domestic and foreign workers to choose their hotels next to the Grand Mosque emphasise the importance of "integrated health resorts.” Additionally, it justifies their urgent need for several factors: Health, relaxation, healthy eating, rejuvenation and exercise.
 
The Spa at Raffles Makkah Palace has been able to cater for pilgrims through two fitness rooms and two health resorts for men and women, offering them special treatments such as "premium massage,” "aromatherapy massage" and "muscle massage", which helps reduce stress, for 60 to 90 minutes.
 
The philosophy of the Spa at Raffles Makkah Palace is the lotus journeys from bud through blossom to the radiance of full bloom, creating beauty and purity at each stage, transforming and enlivening, appealing to every sense. The treatments are inspired by these three stages of change - bud (body), blossom (beauty) and bloom (full experiences) - and allow guests to mirror the stages of the lotus’ complete transformation. - TradeArabia News Service








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