Accor, a world-leading augmented hospitality group, has opened the doors to a modern hospitality complex featuring an Ibis hotel and an Adagio aparthotel in one of Jeddah’s most exclusive neighbourhoods.
Ibis Jeddah and Adagio Jeddah are co-located on Malik Road, close to the new Jeddah Waterfront development, and the city’s most prestigious, business, shopping and entertainment districts and 20 minutes from King Abdul Aziz International Airport.
A hub for business, leisure and socialising, the complex offers 178 hotel rooms at Ibis, 77 serviced apartments at Adagio and a raft of shared facilities including Hadiqat Laila a 24-hour café along with innovative meeting rooms, a gym, an extensive fitness and wellbeing centre an outdoor swimming pool with a 12-hour coffee shop.
“Our stunning new complex showcases two of Accor’s leading hospitality brands which is located in one of Jeddah’s most sought-after districts, offering guests multiple flexible accommodation options and a comfortable and cosy home-away-from-home environment during their stay with multilingual staff,” said Mohammed Farajat, General Manager, Ibis Jeddah and Adagio Jeddah.
“We are proud to partner with Al Mohammadia Al Motahda Company to bring Ibis and Adagio brands for the first time to Jeddah”, said Sami Nasser, Chief Operating Officer, Accor Middle East & Africa. “With close to 60 hotels in the Middle East & Africa under the Ibis family, the opening of Ibis Malik Road represents the strength of the brand within the economy segment, alongside Adagio, our apartment offering with functional spaces in prime city locations.”
Khalid Alturki, Deputy Executive Manager of the complex’s owning company, Al Mohammadia Al Motahda Company, said: “As a fast-growing regional business and tourism hub, Jeddah requires world-class hospitality solutions for its transformation into a fast-growing local and international business and tourism platform. and Ibis and Adagio, the first two established brands operated by one of the world’s leading hotel groups “Accor”, will meet the increasingly diverse needs of domestic and international travellers visiting the city now and in the future.”
Ibis Jeddah is a contemporary lifestyle-orientated property that features 178 rooms with comfortable king and twin beds that meet the brand’s ‘good night’s sleep’ promise, across all floors, including the special needs room. Plus, complimentary Wi-Fi including all hotel facilities.
Ibis Jeddah is a lifestyle-based facility with 178 double and single rooms that promise to provide a “good night's sleep” across all floors, including a handicapped room. Each room is free of charge plus all hotel facilities.
Dining venues focus on flexibility and include the Ibis Kitchen where diners have the option to tailor make their own meal by choosing every ingredient and Hadiqat Laila Café, a 24-hour coffee lounge serving irresistible pastries, snacks, salads and hot and cold drinks. Breakfast is served daily from 4am to 12 noon with a buffet available from 6.30 to 10am.
The hotel’s meeting rooms can accommodate up to 110 guests, while the fitness club includes a fully equipped gym, swimming pool and sauna, steam and massage rooms. There is also a business centre, web corner for internet access, a furnished designated kids’ play area and indoor and outdoor car park.
The luxurious Adagio Hotel Apartments provide panoramic views of Malik toad and Corniche Road which is considered a perfect choice for many who do not like the idea of restrictions and prefer cosy home-away-from-home environment during their stay. The modern apartments with elegant furnishings range from 77 fully serviced apartments consisting of 35 studios and 29 one-bedroom room with lounge area, 12 two-bedroom units with living areas, kitchen facilities and appliances, stylish bathrooms with showers, a 43- or 49-inch satellite TV and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Adagio is Europe’s leading aparthotel concept and in line with the brand’s ‘a la carte’ service approach, guests at the Jeddah property also have access to the Ibis hotel facilities should they wish to use them.
Source: Memac Ogilvy