A fully-refurbished Radisson SAS Hotel will soon be the latest attraction in Riyadh.
“Part of the renovation, involving SR65 million ($17.3 million), is already complete and is open to the public,” said Maarten van den Nieuwenhuysen, general manager, Radisson SAS Hotel, Riyadh and district manager, Saudi Arabia. The interior of the 317-roomed Radisson SAS Hotel, Riyadh, starting with the lobby, was completely redesigned with black marble and a stainless steel mesh to give customers a feel of modernity and luxury.
In addition to the existing range of room styles, a modern approach has been adapted by including Andalusian, Italian and Scandinavian-styled rooms. In order to uphold the local traditions and sensibilities, a Ladies Café has been built for private gatherings and also for those who want to enjoy solitude and relaxation in an atmosphere of elegance.
The renovated hotel will include six new state-of-the-art meeting rooms fitted with Scandinavian wooden panels to give it a fresher look, which can be configured to accommodate the individual needs for any seminar or business meeting.
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