Four Seasons Riyadh Unveils New Suites & Package

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Heads up, suite fans! The Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre has unveiled its renovated new suites, and is offering a sweet package as an introduction (pun absolutely intended).

The suites are strategically located between the 44th and 46th floor of the Kingdom Tower, which we hear gives them top views of Riyadh. The renovation focused on enhancing the design of the suite using "warm and natural" color themes, and adding pieces of modern art. 

 

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The Royal Suites each sprawl out over 2,595 square feet. Each suite has master bedroom, and an extra room can be added for children or guests. The master bedroom includes a king-sized bed, walk-in closet and a marble bathroom consisting of a spacious and deep bathtub, independent glass shower and large double sinks. The suite also includes a large independent office with a 32-inch TV (good for business meetings and conferences, we say), a full kitchen and a dining room. Tech touches include a 50-inch flat-screen TV by Bang & Olufsen, DVD player, and an advanced stereo system, in addition to a voicemail system and high-speed Internet.

The Royal Suite package includes daily complimentary breakfast for two through in-room dining or at Elements restaurant, a 60-minute massage at the Spa (for men only; treatments for women may be arranged at a spa in the connecting shopping center), complimentary dinner for two per night through in-room dining or at Elements restaurant, free premium internet, free parking, complimentary limousine service (airport pick up and drop or city pick up and drop in Riyadh) and complete mini-bar amenities free during the entire stay.

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