The Radisson Hotel Group is looking to add nearly 100 new hotels across the Middle East in the next seven years as part of a major expansion drive in the region.
Radisson currently operates 52 hotels and resorts in the Middle East and plans to boost that total to 150 by 2030.
A lot of the expansion will focus on Saudi Arabia, currently the hottest tourism market in the Middle East. Radisson currently operates in Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Jordan and the UAE.
Speaking to TradeArabia News Service at the Arabian Travel Market, Tim Cordon, chief operating officer of Radisson Hotel Group in the Middle East, and Africa (MEA) said: “The region’s travel and hospitality industry is booming. We expect to see exponential growth in countries such as KSA and UAE, and are excited to be part of this growing market. We remain committed in providing exceptional service and experiences to our guests, while offering diverse investment opportunities to our partners in the region.”