Al Faisaliah Ho­tel and Al Faisaliah Suites Riyadh are made for the busi­ness trav­eller

Condé Nast Traveller Middle East - - Travel Essential -

The Saudi Ara­bian cap­i­tal is a bustling busi­ness hub, and one that will re­lax and cos­set af­ter a day of meet­ings and deal-mak­ing when stay­ing at Al Faisaliah Ho­tel or Al Faisaliah Suites Riyadh. Ideally lo­cated at the heart of the city, the five-star dual prop­erty in­cludes 224 rooms and suites at the Al Faisaliah Ho­tel and 106 suites at Al Faisaliah Suites – the only ded­i­cated lux­ury-suite ho­tel in Riyadh. State-of-the-art and in-house ameni­ties – such as com­pli­men­tary Wi-Fi, event plan­ners and cater­ers – are ideal for busi­ness trav­ellers while an el­e­gant am­biance is main­tained through­out its event spa­ces de­signed to ac­com­mo­date meet­ings, in­cen­tives, con­fer­ences and ex­hi­bi­tions.

Whether choos­ing a guest room or a suite, busi­ness trav­ellers’ needs are met in con­ve­nient ser­vices such as a busi­ness cen­tre and 24-hour but­ler ser­vice to at­tend to tasks such as gar­ment press­ing, shoe valet and per­son­alised sta­tionery. In­bound trav­ellers can also take ad­van­tage of air­port pick-up and drop-off in a lux­ury ve­hi­cle. Din­ing op­tions cover a wide range of cuisines, in­clud­ing gourmet flavours un­der a three-storey glass dome at The Globe, a Brazil­ian bar­be­cue at in­doorout­door Il Ter­razo, Ital­ian fare at fash­ion­able La Cucina and a new menu of Mid­dle East­ern dishes at Cristal. Busi­ness trav­ellers can also take ad­van­tage of the LITE Busi­ness Pack­age, for min­i­mum two-night stays, in­clud­ing daily break­fast, 20 per cent sav­ings on din­ing and laun­dry ser­vices, 50 per cent sav­ings on ser­vices at the Busi­ness Cen­tre, and early check-in and late check-out.

From top: The lounge in the Pre­mier Deluxe Suite; guests are treated to but­ler ser­vice

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