Amsa Hospitality to open Radisson Hotel Madinah in 2024

Amsa Hospitality and Radisson Hotel Group announce the signing of Radisson Hotel Madinah

Amsa Hospitality and Radisson Hotel Group have announced the signing of Radisson Hotel Madinah, marking Amsa Hospitality’s and Radisson Hotel Group’s first property in the Holy City of Madinah.

Set to be operational by the end of 2024, this newly built hotel demonstrates both companies’ commitment to growing their presence in key Saudi cities.

Radisson Hotel Madinah will offer 165 keys, including 53 business suites, tailored to meet the needs of travelers seeking both comfort and style. Guests can look forward to a variety of dining options, such as a contemporary lobby café, a restaurant, and a poolside juice bar.

Radisson Hotel Group’s current portfolio in Saudi Arabia consists of 44 hotels in operation and under development, including Mansard Riyadh, A Radisson Collection Hotel, and the soon-to-open Radisson Hotel & Residence Riyadh Olaya. The Group aims to reach 100 hotels in operation and under development by 2030.

Amsa Hospitality is a pioneering Saudi hospitality startup committed to the success of Saudi Vision 2030 and the mission to smoothly integrate the rich, ancestral Arabian traditions of generosity and welcoming into the contemporary world.

Strategically positioned outside the Haram area, Radisson Hotel Madinah will enjoy close proximity to significant landmarks, being just 3 km away from the Prophet’s Mosque and 750 m from the Quba Mosque, the oldest mosque in Islamic history. Moreover, it will be conveniently located 16 km away from Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz International Airport and 10 km from Madinah train station, which links to Jeddah and Makkah, making it easily accessible for guests and a potential hub for business and leisure travelers.

Madinah, the second-holiest city in Islam annually attracting millions of visitors, is a pivotal location for the companies’ strategic growth in the region. The city’s unique blend of spiritual significance, historical depth, and cultural richness makes it a must-visit destination for pilgrims and tourists.