Radisson signs second Radisson Collection property in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

The hotel has 140 rooms, 27 serviced apartments and 24 three-bedroom villas

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The Radisson Hotel Group has signed its second Radisson Collection property — The Mansard Riyadh, a Radisson Collection Hotel & Residences — in Riyadh and in Saudi Arabia, the group announced.

The hotel has 140 rooms, 27 serviced apartments and 24 three-bedroom villas.

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“The addition of The Mansard Riyadh, A Radisson Collection Hotel & Residences marks the arrival of our ninth hotel in Riyadh and the city’s second Radisson Collection – a new generation of unique and exceptional properties. More than 60% of our owners have more than one hotel with us and we welcome more opportunities with Sheikh Al Remaizan,” said Elie Younes, executive VP and chief development officer, Radisson Hotel Group.

The hotel’s 600sqm fully equipped conference venue offers meeting and event facilities. The property will also feature a ladies spa and fitness centre and a men’s fitness studio, with a barber shop and squash court. A range of retail shops and boutiques will be available.

With the new property, the group’s portfolio in Saudi Arabia has gone up to 43 hotels, resorts and serviced apartments with more than 10,000 rooms in operation and under development.

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