Four Seasons Riyadh unveils new offering
Riyadh, October 14, 2012
Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh located at Kingdom Centre has announced the launch of the extensively renovated new suite offering – The Royal Suites.
The suites are strategically located on the higher floors of Kingdom Tower, presenting a breathtaking panorama of the city of Riyadh, a statement from a hotel official said. With its contemporary and stylish furnishing, the renovation focuses on enhancing the design of the suite using attractive yet warm and natural colour themes.
The Royal Suites are located between the 44th and 46th floor of the tower, each with an area of 240 sq m. Each suite consists of a luxurious master bedroom, with the option of adding an extra room for children or guests.
The master bedroom includes a wide king-sized bed, large walk-in closet and a luxurious marble bathroom consisting a spacious and deep bathtub, independent glass shower and large double sinks. The suite also includes a large independent office with a 32-inch TV, ideal for business meetings and conferences, a fully equipped kitchen, and a dining room.
The living room area features a state-of-the art entertainment system, including a 50-inch flat-screen TV by Bang & Olufsen, DVD player, and an advanced stereo system, in addition to a voicemail system and high-speed internet, the statement said.
The hotel also offers a special Royal Suite package which includes daily complimentary breakfast for two through in-room dining or at Elements Restaurant, a 60 minute massage at the spa (male only), complimentary dinner for two per night, complimentary limousine service (airport pick up and drop or city pick up and drop in Riyadh) and complete mini-bar amenities free during the entire stay.
“We have focused on delivering timeless luxury combined with an elegant contemporary look and feel and generous living and entertaining space. The newly renovated Royal Suites are a much anticipated addition to our suite offering and we are sure they will be received very well by our guests,” said Greg Pirkle, the general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre. – TradeArabia News Service
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