Radisson inks second Radisson Collection property for Riyadh

The Mansard Riyadh, A Radisson Collection Hotel & Residences was developed with Sheikh Saleh Abdulaziz Al Remaizan. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hotel Group has signed its second Radisson Collection property in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The Mansard Riyadh, A Radisson Collection Hotel & Residences brings the group’s portfolio in the country to 43 hotels, resorts and serviced apartments and more than 10,000 rooms in operation and under development. The hotel is the company's ninth in the city.

The hotel, developed with Sheikh Saleh Abdulaziz Al Remaizan, will be accessible from King Khalid International Airport and King Abdullah Financial Center via Riyadh’s new metro system.  

It will have 140 guestrooms, 27 serviced apartments and 24 three-bedroom villas. Dining options will include an Arabic Grill, an Italian restaurant and pastry shop, a French brasserie and a cigar lounge. Other public space will include a spa and fitness center for women, and a fitness studio for men that includes a barber shop and squash court. The property also will have retail options and boutiques, and a conference venue of 600 square meters.

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Earlier this year, Radisson opened the Radisson Blu Hotel & Residence, Riyadh Diplomatic Quarter in Saudi Arabia. 

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