KHC opens Four Seasons Riyadh Phase I after major revamp

Saudi conglomerate Kingdom Holding has opened the first phase of its Four Seasons Hotel in Riyadh following a SR255 million ($68 million) renovation work. Along with luxury and elegance, it will offer visitors a glimpse of beautiful Saudi architecture.

Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), a Saudi conglomerate with interests in key sectors such as hotel management, real estate and equity, has opened the first phase of Four Seasons Hotel in capital Riyadh following its expansion and renovation work.
With the completion of the SR255 million ($68 million) revamp, the hotel will, in the first phase, take the guests and visitors on a journey to the depth of authentic culture, combined with the luxury and elegance which Four Seasons has been known for since its opening in 2003.
Minister of Tourism Ahmed Al Khateeb inaugurated the first phase of the Four Seasons Hotel and then toured the new pavilions, modern architecture and offerings.
Commending the new design, Al Khateeb said it was a reflection of the Saudi identity. 
The renovation will enhance the quality and services of the Four Seasons Hotel and also ensure the property was keeping pace with the acceleration of growth in Saudi’s tourism sector, he stated. 
The opening ceremony was attended by a number of senior officials led by Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal, Chairman of KHC Board of Directors; CEO Engineer Talal Ibrahim Al Maiman as well as Guenter Gebhard, the Regional Vice President and General Manager of the hotel.-TradeArabia News Service