IHG opens its 32nd hotel in Saudi Arabia

The Crowne Plaza Riyadh Palace has opened in partnership with Dur Hospitality; it's a rebrand of an existing hotel


IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) has opened the 304-room Crowne Plaza Riyadh Palace in  partnership with Dur Hospitality after re-branding an existing property.

Crowne Plaza Riyadh Palace is located in the Ministries Quarter, close to Saudi financial institutions and government offices. The hotel is 15 minutes from King Fahd Stadium and the King Fahd Cultural Centre, and is less than 30 minutes’ drive from King Khalid International Airport.

The hotel features five meeting rooms spanning 1,400m2 and a dedicated team to execute events. With free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel, the 24-hour business centre is fully equipped with the latest technology and amenities.

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Other facilities include an outdoor pool, Club Lounge, a spa, and a fitness centre. The hotel also offers the 'Crowne Plaza Sleep Advantage System', which includes an aromatherapy kit and ultra-soft premium bedding.

The property's F&B options include 24-hour room service, a poolside restaurant, and a lobby lounge.

As of March 31, 2018, IHG had eight operating hotels in Riyadh and 32 in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with a further eight in the pipeline.

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