Riyadh hotel inaugurated
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince, Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has officially inaugurated Riyadh’s landmark Kingdom Centre, its tower and The Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh, the capital’s most luxurious hotel.
Bahram Sepahi, general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh, said: “This is an important day, not only for this hotel, but for Four Seasons as a whole, as we are the first Four Seasons Hotel in the GCC.”
The 249-room hotel occupies 18 floors of the spectacular Kingdom Centre, which also features luxury residences, prestigious business offices and sophisticated shopping.
Within the shopping complex is the exclusive Ladies Kingdom, a women-only floor with shopping - including Saks 5th Avenue - services, a spa and business centre.
The hotel’s 52 suites, including three Presidential and two Royal Suites, and 197 guest rooms are contemporary and sophisticated.
Marble bathrooms include deep soaking bathtubs, separate glass-walled shower, large vanity and WC with telephone in a private alcove.
Twenty suites are residential duplex units with floor-to-ceiling windows and kitchenettes, ideal for the executive travelling alone or with family.
Of course, this luxury accommodation is supported by Four Seasons renowned service.
From 24-hour Business Centre access to round-the-clock in-room dining service and laundry, one-hour pressing, in-room high-speed Internet access, and complimentary overnight shoeshine, the needs of guests are addressed any time, day or night.
For meetings and social events, Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh offers extraordinary flexibility and grandeur with function space totaling approximately 5574 sq m able to accommodate gatherings from 25 to 5,000 guests including the most glamorous of occasions such as weddings.
The Riyadh hotel is the fourth property in the Middle East to be opened by the Canada-based Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, which currently manages 58 properties in 27 countries.
Since Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh opened in February 2003, it has become the location of choice for business travellers to Riyadh, and the city’s premier social gathering place.