Four Seasons Riyadh wins top award again
Riyadh, August 21, 2011
Kingdom Holding Company's (KHC) Four Seasons Hotel in Riyadh has been awarded “Best Business Hotel 2011” at the Business Traveler Awards ceremony that took place in Dubai recently.
The annual event is widely recognised as one of the region’s premier awards ceremony for the travel and hospitality industry, recognising exceptional levels of quality and service, by travel providers across the Middle East.
The awards are exclusively based on votes by the readers of the magazine and this is the third year in a row that the hotel has won the title, a statement said.
The 249-room luxury hotel is situated in the Kingdom Centre, and offers spacious guest rooms, 32 suites and 20 long-stay residential suites.
Located close to the key sites for commerce, as well as arts, culture and shopping, the hotel offers travelers an ideal base from which to explore, whether they are visiting on business or for leisure, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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