The Ritz-Carlton opens in Jeddah

The hotel features 224 rooms and suites, which includes 30 royal suites

The Ritz-Carlton, Jeddah, comprises 224 rooms and suites.
The Ritz-Carlton, Jeddah, comprises 224 rooms and suites.

The Ritz-Carlton, Jeddah, overlooking the Red Sea, opened its doors on Al Hamra corniche.

The hotel features 224 rooms and suites, which includes 30 royal suites. The royal suites have a master bedroom, a Majlis, private dining room, and an office.

Offering a male-only spa, the hotel is also accompanied by a 24hr open gymnasium along with jacuzzi, steam, and sauna rooms.

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The Ritz Carlton, Jeddah comprises of 7,700m2 of conference and meeting facilities featuring the most expansive conference centre in the city.

Food and beverage offerings including Reyhana, an all-day dining buffet restaurant featuring international cuisine; and Karamel lobby lounge for breakfast, lunch, and afternoon tea.

Marriott International, recently signed an agreement with Pennyroyal Gibraltar Limited to debut The Ritz-Carlton brand in the Zanzibar Archipelago.

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