Radisson adds in Riyadh

Radisson Riyadh Airport in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Radisson Hotel Group has signed the Radisson Riyadh Airport in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The company described Saudi Arabia as one of eight key focus countries in EMEA.

Elie Younes, EVP & CDO, Radisson Hotel Group, said: “We align our plans along those of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 which aims to significantly increase the contribution of tourism to the country’s economy. We thank our partners for their trust and look forward to opening the hotel later this year and to an exciting and rewarding journey.”

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Al Qussie International said: “We are delighted to partner with Radisson Hotel Group on this project and to be able to contribute to Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030.  We’re looking forward to successfully cooperating with Radisson Hotel Group and introducing the Scandinavian-inspired Radisson brand to Riyadh.”

Due to open in the fourth quarter, the hotel will consist of 471 keys across various room types including serviced apartments and villas to be able to cater to guests that require larger units or long stay units. The property will feature an all-day dining restaurant and two specialty restaurants.

Additionally, guests will be able to enjoy an outdoor swimming pool and various leisure facilities including separated ladies and men fitness studio, indoor pool and a spa. To further enhance the offerings within the property, the hotel will incorporate a conference space spanning 2,600 sqm of fully equipped, meeting and events facilities, making it an ideal location for local and international business and leisure communities.

 

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