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Riyadh’s first Park Inn by Radisson opens

Radisson Hotel Group has announced the opening of its first Park Inn by Radisson in Riyadh, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s capital city.

The opening of the hotel strengthens the brand’s presence in Saudi Arabia to nine hotels, and brings the group’s portfolio across the country to over 45 hotels, resorts and serviced apartments in operation and under development, accelerating Radisson Hotel Group’s expansion.

Riyadh is the largest city and capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with a  flourishing financial business hub and a vibrant social scene. This modern, cutting-edge metropolis boldly strides towards the future, while remaining firmly rooted in tradition and its historical past.

As part of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, the country is continuing its commitment to international tourism by welcoming them  to experience first-hand the country’s rich history, traditional old souks, and myriad of forts, palaces and museums, which have transformed Riyadh into an ideal location for both business and leisure travelers.

Park Inn by Radisson Riyadh embraces the brand’s ‘feel good’ atmosphere. Located in the Al Malaz business district, the hotel features 192 contemporary rooms and suites.

The hotel’s casual dining spaces include RBG and Bocca Bouna, serving local and international dishes. It boasts an outdoor swimming pool and fitness centre, with separate areas for men and women.

Tim Cordon, Area Senior Vice President, Middle East & Africa, Radisson Hotel Group, says, “We’re delighted to open our first Park Inn by Radisson in the city of Riyadh, especially during this challenging time. In line with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, we’re excited to further grow our presence across the Kingdom, and work together to make Saudi Arabia a must-visit destination. We remain committed to expanding our position in the Saudi market, as the Kingdom remains a key focus area for our global development strategy.”

In May 2020, the hotel group announced its Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol in collaboration with SGS.

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