Fairmont debuts in Saudi Arabia's capital

The 298-room Fairmont Riyadh joins a portfolio of more than 75 Fairmont hotels globally

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Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, part of the AccorHotels network, marks the brand’s debut in the Saudi Arabian capital with the opening of the 298-room Fairmont Riyadh.

The Fairmont Riyadh is located in the Business Gate community of the capital. The mixed-use development is, according to a statement, one of the only luxury hotels to be located in the northern part of Riyadh.

The 298-room property, designed by the LW Designer Group, features 10 meeting rooms, two ballrooms, and several food and beverage outlets, including The 365, Café Connect, House of Grill, Pesto, and The Plaza which features the Savoy Lounge.

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The property also features wellness facilities, including a ‘Ladies Lounge’ beauty salon and boutique gym.

Speaking about the opening, Salama Bin Saedan, the hotel owner’s representative, said:  The Fairmont Riyadh is set to become a popular destination through its notable presence in Business Gate, a prominent development within Riyadh."

"Through our partnership with AccorHotels, we hope to ensure that the Fairmont Riyadh stands out as a luxurious gateway for business and leisure travelers from within the region and beyond,”  he added.

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