Fairmont has opened its first Saudi serviced residences property in the kingdom’s capital. The 35-floor Fairmont Ramla Serviced Residences Riyadh was unveiled by Fairmont Hotels and Resorts in partnership with Naif Al Rajhi Investment.
Located on King Fahd Road, the hotel is a 20-minute drive from King Khalid International airport.
The 249 residences range in size from one-bedroom suites to four-bedroom penthouses.
There are several dinging options at Fairmont Ramla Serviced Residences Riyadh. These include gourmet specialty venue Jones the Grocer, lifestyle-oriented restaurant Ramla Terraza, and Brute which is a dedicated steakhouse. CLAP offers traditional Japanese cuisine while The View Lounge and The Thirty-Five Lounge serve specialty dishes against the backdrop of city views. The property also features Iris Cafe as well as a 24-hour in-residence dining service.
Leisure offerings at the hotel include two rooftop infinity pools, two gyms, saunas and steam rooms. Fairmont’s Falcon Kids Club is designed for guests aged 4-12.
Business facilities include four meeting rooms equipped with multimedia technology. There is also a private cinema room which offers private screenings with VIP seating.
Muhieddine Zok, general manager of Fairmont Ramla Serviced Residences Riyadh, said, “We take great pride in introducing Fairmont Ramla Serviced Residences Riyadh, a new beacon of luxury in the city that sets a precedent with the kingdom’s first luxury branded serviced residences. This unveiling perfectly aligns with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, fostering tourism and business opportunities.”
Fairmont, a part of Accor, has more than 90 hotels around the world. Earlier this year, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts relocated its global headquarters from Paris to Dubai. At the time of relocating its headquarters, Fairmont said that it has a pipeline of more than 30 hotels around the world, with nearly 40 per cent of its current development projects located in IMEAT (India, Middle East, Africa and Türkiye) region.
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