Radisson Blu opens in Riyadh’s Diplomatic Quarter

Radisson Blu Hotel & Residence, Riyadh Diplomatic Quarter is part of the hospitality group’s continuing expansion plans in Saudi Arabia

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Radisson Hotel Group has opened the Radisson Blu Hotel & Residence, Riyadh Diplomatic Quarter, Saudi Arabia.

The property’s 110 rooms and suites includes climate control, digital media players and a fully equipped kitchen or kitchenette, revealed a statement by the group.  

The property also features the Larder Restaurant and Larder Lounge, the former providing an international and Middle Eastern menu. The Larder Lounge provides serves teas, coffees and light bites.

Leisure facilities include a health club, an indoor swimming pool, two treatment rooms and two steam rooms. There is also a family room, children’s play room, on-site parking and first-class security.

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In an exclusive interview with Hotelier last month, Ellie Milky, vice president development, Middle East & Africa at Radisson Hotel Group spoke about Radisson’s expansion plans in Saudi Arabia.

He revealed that Radisson has five hotels and almost 3,000 rooms in operation, and under development in Makkah, saying that both the Radisson Hotel, Makkah Al Rahma and the Park Inn by Radisson, Makkah Al Rahma are scheduled to open in Q2 2021.

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