The coalition said it destroyed 36 military vehicles and killed more than 264 rebel fighters in the past 72 hours, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Yemen's southern forces spokesman said that between 30 to 40 soldiers were killed and at least 60 wounded, adding the death toll may still rise as rescuers were still clearing the scene.
The government and Houthi rebel forces blamed each other for the Friday night bombing of the hall near Hudaida's airport.
Humanitarian agencies have complained of a deteriorating situation in Yemen's Houthi-controlled north, with aid workers facing arrest and intimidation, as well as obstruction and bureaucracy that hampered their work.
Unable to contain a cholera outbreak that has claimed 115 lives, authorities in Yemen's rebel-controlled capital city say the disease is out of control and are appealing for help.
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