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Business And Leisure Vacation

One of my ex-colleagues love to travel to Doha, mainly because her husband is working there and has been there for several years already. She loves the place and the food, they are served in big portions too. She invited me to go there too, it is a good opportunity since her husband is there working and he is now familiar with the place. Good idea too since I have heard so much but never been there. She told me that she has stayed in a very nice hotel in Qatar as well and she has plans to go to other parts of the country in Saudi Arabia. Hotels is not a problem, in fact one of the well known ones is none other than Holiday Inn Hafr Al Batin. It is one of the most luxurious hotels in Saudi Arabia, located at the crossroads to Kuwait, Jordan and Iraq. This hotel chain is indeed very popular with their branches throughout internationally especially with businessmen who are traveling frequently. They can hold their business meetings in Holiday Inn Hafr Al Batin, projects are aplenty here in Saudi Arabia, as far as I heard. With their 150 guest rooms and unique facilities such as international restaurants, meeting rooms and banquet halls which can hold a capacity of 300-450 guest easily. For leisure facilities, the hotel includes a roof-top swimming pool, gymnasium, whirlpools, sauna and a steam room and I am sure there are many other facilities as well.
Do log into their website for more details and information and you will be amazed.


  1. So you got an invitation from your friend. I think you should accept the offer and have a long trip to their place. I hope you will enjoy the trip and as a consequence we will get to know about your experience and will definitely love to hear it.


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