Marriott debuts Residence Inn in Saudi’s Eastern province

Marriott debuts Residence Inn in Saudi’s Eastern province

Residence Inn by Marriott Dammam will be aimed at long-stay guests

Marriott has announced the opening of Residence Inn by Marriott Dammam, offering upscale longer stays to guests.

Opening in the kingdom’s Eastern Province, the hotel is located in  Dammam’s Al Badi district, with easy access to malls and the Corniche, a 30-minute drive to the city’s beaches.

Accommodation comprises 134 residential suites. With categories including studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom suites, all have fully equipped kitchens, large bathrooms and separate sleep and work areas.

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In addition, each suite’s kitchen is furnished with a refrigerator, dishwasher, cutlery, and cookware and is paired with the hotel’s complimentary grocery delivery. Breakfast is included in the stay and guests can opt to dine à la carte dining at the property’s signature restaurant, Dish Inn.

Additional onsite facilities include free WiFi, express laundry facilities, a health club and an outdoor pool. The hotel also features a business centre, a ballroom and an indoor kids area to keep little ones entertained.

Residence Inn Damman guest room

Speaking about the newly opened property, Marriott International area vice president for Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt, Ahmed Hozaien, said: “The opening of Residence Inn by Marriott Dammam reinforces the demand we are seeing for the longer stay market. The strategic location of this hotel and its offering makes it an ideal choice for various travellers including business, families and those travelling for leisure.”


The opening of Residence Inn by Marriott Dammam is in line with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 which aims to create one million jobs in the tourism sector, attract 100 million visitors annually, and shape the tourism sector to contribute to 10% of the country’s GDP.

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