Hilton announces more than 50 hotels in Saudi pipeline

Hilton announces more than 50 hotels in Saudi pipeline

The brand currently operates 16 hotels in Saudi Arabia

Hilton has announced plans to open more than 50 new hotels across 10 of its brands in Saudi Arabia, making it the company’s largest pipeline market in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region.

Carlos Khneisser, Hilton Middle East & Africa vice president of Development, said: “Saudi Arabia’s rapid evolution continues to provide exciting growth opportunities for Hilton, and we’re working closely with our owners to introduce more award-winning hospitality brands in existing and new locations throughout the country. 

"These latest signings are strong examples of our diversified growth in up-and-coming, large-scale developments such as Laysen Valley in Riyadh and our commitment to unlock tourism potential in the secondary cities.”

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Hilton will bring its second Conrad Hotels & Resorts property to Saudi Arabia with the 170-key Conrad Riyadh Laysen Valley, which is expected to open in 2025.

Hilton also signed two hotels under the flagship Hilton Hotels & Resorts brand and the lifestyle Canopy by Hilton brand in the city of Abha, at the ‘Abha Terraces’ project. 


Other recent Hilton signings for properties in Saudi Arabia include Waldorf Astoria Diriyah, expected to open in 2028; LXR Hotels & Resorts Diriyah, expected to open in 2026: Canopy by Hilton Al Khobar Ajdan Waterfront, expected to open in 2026; DoubleTree by Hilton Jeddah Al Andalus Mall, due to open next year, and Hampton by Hilton Hafr al-Batin, due to open in 2026.

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