Radisson Blu Royal Suite Hotel, Jeddah

Business in Jeddah


Long an important center of business and trade along the Rea Sea, Jeddah has grown in stature even more since the founding of Saudi Arabia in 1932. Business here tends to flourish thanks to the lucrative port facilities in the city, and also due to the regional and international offices of major market players in the city.
 

A commercial city

As Saudi Arabia's second-largest city, and its primary port, Jeddah has some of the most important business centers in the country. Jeddah regularly receives imports that stock shelves throughout Saudi Arabia, especially the holy cities Mecca and Medina. The port also lies close to the Suez Canal, making it a popular stop-off for ships on longer journeys.
 
Business here has also thrived on an international level, thanks to its position on maritime trade routes, but also due to its place in the Middle East. Central to most Arab countries, Jeddah has emerged as the second-largest business center in the Middle East next to Dubai. The industrial sector and retail shops here also contribute to its success.
 
The city is full of first-class events facilities and venues. Jeddah International Exhibition and Convention Center is one of the largest venues, attracting thousands of delegates each year. This multi-purpose venue caters for all event types from conferences and trade fairs to product launches and exhibitions.
 

Business trip accommodation

The Radisson Blu Royal Suite Hotel, Jeddah lies close to most of the major financial and commercial centers, as well as its retail centers, including King Abdullah Street, which is home to many corporate offices. This professional and experienced business hotel is ideally situated and offers you a choice of multi-purpose meeting rooms and rooms designed specifically for those on business trips with a work desk, free Wi-Fi internet access and a fully-equipped business center.