Minister of Tourism Inaugurates Four Seasons Hotel Expansion Project
In a momentous event, the esteemed Minister of Tourism, Mr. Ahmed Al-Khateeb, took the initiative to officially inaugurate the initial stage of the highly anticipated expansion and refurbishment project at the renowned Four Seasons Hotel in Riyadh.
In a move aimed at bolstering its position in the thriving tourism sector of Saudi Arabia, the Four Seasons Hotel has announced a substantial investment of more than 255 million SAR. This significant financial commitment will be directed towards a comprehensive renovation project with the primary objective of elevating the quality of services offered by the esteemed establishment. By undertaking this ambitious endeavor, the Four Seasons Hotel aims to align itself with the rapid expansion witnessed in the Saudi tourism industry, ensuring that its property remains at the forefront of the sector's progress.
The opening ceremony saw the presence of several esteemed officials and dignitaries. In a remarkable display of leadership, His Royal Highness Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal, the esteemed Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Kingdom Holding Company, joined forces with Engineer Talal Ibrahim Al-Maiman, the CEO of the Kingdom Holding Company, and Mr. Guenter Gebhard, the highly respected Regional Vice President and General Manager of the Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh.
Following the grandeur of the opening ceremony, attendees were treated to an immersive tour of the newly unveiled pavilions, showcasing a stunning display of modern architecture and an array of captivating offerings. The recently unveiled design embodies the essence of Saudi identity. In a stunning display of Saudi Arabian architecture, the new design of the hotel promises to transport guests and visitors alike on a captivating journey through the rich tapestry of authentic culture. This exquisite blend of tradition and opulence is a hallmark of Four Seasons, a brand that has consistently delivered unparalleled luxury and elegance since its inception in 2003.