Jedda, Saudi Arabia—Hotel supplies from the kingdom of Saudi Arabia are arriving in Saudi Arabia for the first time, the Kingdom Tourism and Commerce Department said on Monday.
The government said the Saudi Arabian Hotel and Lodging Corp., known as JeddAIC, would begin delivery of 1,100 hotel and dining rooms to Saudi Arabia in 2019, and to Oman in 2020.
The hotel supplies will be distributed to Jodhpur, Jeddahs two main tourist hubs, and Jeddayas main airport.
Jedda is a major city in Saudi Arabian Arabia, home to the Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud family and other officials.
The capital is known for its nightlife, which includes the royal palace and the Jeddas nightlife district.
The Jeddabia project is the second phase of the King Salman Bin Abdulaziza project, which aims to build the Kingdom’s first-ever airport.
Jeddaras project also aims to expand tourism, and increase its economy.
The Saudi Arabian Government has invested about $2 billion in infrastructure projects, according to the Kingdom tourism and commerce department.
Joodabia was also the target of the recent outbreak of coronavirus, in which at least 523 people were confirmed dead.
The outbreak was the deadliest on record in Saudi.