Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – Leva Hotels, a prominent player in the hospitality sector, has officially announced its visionary commitment to align with Saudi Arabia’s ambitious “Vision 2030” initiative. In a parallel narrative to Saudi Arabia’s comprehensive plan, Leva Hotels has set an audacious target: to reach 2,000 hotel rooms within the Kingdom by 2030, solidifying their dedication to delivering exceptional experiences to travelers and business professionals visiting the Kingdom.
In line with this vision, Leva already specializes in conversions and low project costs for new builds, striving to achieve a minimum 40% Gross Operating Profit (GOP) and above with their cost-effective and sustainable operating strategies.
Leva Hotels has identified three robust pillars – Design, Art, and Technology – as the foundation for achieving their ambitious goal, mirroring the innovative spirit of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030. Additionally, they have an in-house designer and procurement team, further enhancing their ability to deliver exceptional results. This commitment underscores their belief that these pillars, combined with their efforts to achieve sustainability, will redefine the essence of hospitality, promising guests unparalleled comfort.
In addition to major cities, Leva Hotels is resolutely focusing on Tier 2 cities as well across Saudi Arabia such as Khobar, Dammam, Jizan, Abha and Tabuk. Their unwavering belief is that every corner of the Kingdom deserves the exceptional service they pledge to provide.
The striking alignment between Leva Hotels and Saudi Arabia is evident in their mutual quest to elevate the Kingdom’s global standing. As both entities aim to shape the future and progress, Leva Hotels invites all stakeholders to join them on this remarkable journey.
Leva Hotels’ dedication to the Saudi hospitality landscape is bound by their vision to redefine luxury, reflect the maverick owner JS Anand’s personality and vision, and eagerly anticipate creating unforgettable experiences for guests as they march toward their 2030 goal.