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Thu, 3 September 2015

Mvenpick Opens 438-Room Hotel in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Mvenpick has expanded its portfolio of hotels in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with the opening of the Mvenpick Hotel Riyadh.

The hotel, the result of a SAR 800 million (US$213.2 million) investment, features 438 luxury rooms and suites and commands a prime location in the business district on King Fahad Road opposite the Ministry of Interior, and just 30 minutes from Riyadhs King Khalid International Airport.

Rooms feature free WiFi internet access, individual media hubs for USBs, iPods and tablets, as well as HD LED TVs and marble bathrooms.

The one and two-bedroom suites offer guests spacious living rooms, dining areas, kitchens and jacuzzis.

For F&B the Mvenpick Hotel Riyadhs restaurants include Acacia by Pierre Gagnaire, the highly acclaimed French Michelin-starred chef, Naya serving Modern Lebanese cuisine, authentic Indian restaurant Anardana, and all-day dining outlet Horizon. For a drink or light snack, the Rotunda lobby lounge is is available.

The hotel also caters to the particular needs of women guests, teaming up with famous beautician Joelle Mardini to create its all-female Aurora Spa by Joelle.

Additional property features include the Rio Health Club with modern fitness equipment, massage rooms, sauna, ice room and pool; 12 meeting venues including a 1,200-square-metre Grand Ballroom; and a Kids Club.

There will always be something new, lively and interesting happening at Mvenpick Hotel Riyadh, said General Manager Philippe Bonnot. The property is destined to become a local landmark.

Mvenpick Hotel Riyadhs opening boosts the hospitality firms inventory to 3,894 rooms Kingdom wide.

Moevenpick, Saudi Arabia, Riyadh

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