Radisson Hotel Group is proud to announce the signing of Radisson Riyadh Airport in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. As one of the fastest growing companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the newest addition brings the group’s portfolio to over 45 hotels, resorts and serviced apartments in operation and under development, accelerating Radisson Hotel Group’s expansion across the country.
Riyadh is the largest city and capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. King Khalid International Aiport is about 35 kilometers to the north of Riyadh city and home to Radisson’s newest hotel. As the economic and commercial capital of Saudi Arabia, the total number of passengers departing and arriving at King Khalid International Airport exceeded 26 million passengers in 2019. Located within close proximity, the hotel will be conveniently accessible from the airport and the city center can be reached via Riyadh’s new metro system, making it an ideal location for both business and leisure travellers.
Elie Younes, Executive Vice President & Chief Development Officer, Radisson Hotel Group, said: “Saudi Arabia is one of the 8 key focus countries in EMEA. We align our plans along those of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 which aims to significantly increase the contribution of tourism to the country’s economy. We thank our partners for their trust and look forward to opening the hotel later this year and to an exciting and rewarding journey.”
Al Qussie International said: “We are delighted to partner with Radisson Hotel Group on this project and to be able to contribute to Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030. We’re looking forward to successfully cooperating with Radisson Hotel Group and introducing the Scandinavian-inspired Radisson brand to Riyadh.”
Due to open in Q4 2020, the Radisson Riyadh Airport will perfectly complement Radisson Hotel Group’s array of city and leisure hotels across Riyadh. The hotel will consist of 471 keys across various room types including serviced apartments and villas to be able to cater to guests that require larger units or long stay units. The property will feature an all-day dining restaurant and two specialty restaurants. Additionally, guests will be able to enjoy an outdoor swimming pool and various leisure facilities including separated ladies and men fitness studio, indoor pool and a spa. To further enhance the offerings within the property, the hotel will incorporate a conference space spanning 2,600 sqm of fully equipped, state-of-the-art meeting and events facilities, making it an ideal location for local and international business and leisure communities.
5 Reasons To Go Offline at Four Seasons Resorts in Bali
Free WiFi is expected at five-star hotels nowadays, and as such it’s a standard inclusion for guests of Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay and Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan. But the paradox of the internet and social media can be a very anti-social holiday where our phones never leave our sides. Here, we present five exclusive Four Seasons experiences that will inspire you to be in the moment. Ranging from water blessings to high-flying yoga and surf tours, you’ll be disconnecting from the internet and reconnecting to each other and the wonderful world around you.
Can You Keep A Secret? This exclusive temple tour is not on anyone’s bucket list. We ask guests to help us keep it that way, by resisting the urge to post the temple on social media. If you agree, our guide will take you on a scenic three-hour tour from Four Seasons Sayan in an open-air vintage VW through nearby yet untouched rice farming villages. Visit historic sites include a secluded water temple where you are welcome to bathe, or simply to enjoy the serene and undiscovered atmosphere far from selfie sticks.
Learn to surf in the sheltered confines of Jimbaran Bay or take a boat trip to explore Bali’s world-class breaks with Tropicsurf’s coaches and guides. On-site at Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay, the Tropicsurf philosophy is based on small groups (maximum four people) and avoiding the crowds to take your surfing to the next level, faster. For the ultimate adventure, take Asia’s only heli-surfing tour to ride uncrowded waves in pristine conditions off the east coast of Java.
Bali is home to thousands of beautiful Hindu temples. We invite you to go beyond the most famous landmarks and explore hidden gems like the Goa Gong 9th century cave temple. Open to visitors by appointment only, this natural archaeological site is nearby Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay. Our resort priest Ajik Ngurah will be your guide to explore the cave’s shrines and stalactites, and can also arrange a melukat water purification ritual. Not something you want to be holding your phone for!
Discover the beauty of the Ayung – Bali’s longest river and part of the ancient UNESCO World Heritage-listed subak irrigation system. Our guided Four Seasons Private Rafting Adventure takes you through easy rapids flanked by virgin jungle, rice terraces and majestic gorges. Hop out of your raft and let yourself float down a quiet and calm stretch of the river, gazing up into the canopy overhead. Make a riverside landing directly at Four Seasons Sayan, where we’ll be waiting to welcome you back home.
Experience the intimacy of Trust Yoga, the newest addition to the inspiring wellness program at Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay. Head to the ocean-front yoga pavilion and partner up with your soul mate, a friend or relative. Take turns being guide and flier, with postures that both require and build trust, strengthening your bond to each other and extending your practice. Our yoga instructor will lead each couple through this joyful 75-minute class, adapting postures to suit all levels. A fun way to connect emotionally and physically to someone special in your life, and a reminder that the best connections are human connections.
’Tis the Season: Best Holiday Offers to Fuel Your Festive Spirit
Hilton has curated a selection of delicious, family-friendly and unique ways to create memorable experiences during the magical festive season. Whether it’s playing a game of curling with mulled wine on the waterfront of Danube or indulging in a festive afternoon tea in the tallest building in Manchester, Hilton has something for everyone to get you into the holiday spirit.
Tucked between the Palace of Versailles and the Grand Trianon, Waldorf Astoria Versailles is welcoming the jolly season alongside a new sweet delicacy – The Christmas Turkey. Created by the hotel’s talented pastry chef Eddie Benghanem, the dessert features a charming Turkey Chef preparing a festive dessert while sitting on an indulgent cooking pot made from chocolate. The dessert serves 6 – 8 portions and is available for takeaway when pre-booked from 84 euros.
Set in the heart of the Manchester metropolis, Hilton Manchester Deansgate invites guests to indulge in a festive afternoon tea at the Cloud 23 bar. Known as the highest bar in the city, Cloud 23 offers unrivalled floor-to-ceiling views over the Manchester city centre skyline. The afternoon tea will include unique festive cocktails alongside festive flavoured teas, sandwiches and cakes. Afternoon tea is priced at £55 per person.
Those looking to warm up near Hyde Park’s magical Winter Wonderland will be in luck, with the hotel offering a bespoke Winter Wonderland afternoon tea. Clementine and chocolate reindeer macaroons alongside blueberry jelly and chestnut cream meringues will ensure every guest has indulged in the festive delicacies. Afternoon tea is priced from £32 per person with an option to add a glass of champagne.
Celebrate the holiday season with the whole family in the heart of Croatia’s charming capital Zagreb. Hilton Garden Inn Zagreb has prepared joyful surprises for the children, alongside a “Children’s Corner” games station with various creative workshops available. Parents can happily relax at the hotel’s restaurant and bar with a 20% discount. Confirmed Connecting Rooms for four guests with breakfast included start from 138 euros per night.
Those looking for a delicious adventure are invited to The Able Butcher restaurant to experience the best of theatre and dining in an immersive culinary journey from “Le Petit Chef”. The event features cutting-edge 3D visual technology and digital mapping paired with themed music and props. With lobster on the menu and Santa Claus as a host, every guest, big and small, will feel the festive joy. The event is hosted during lunch on December 24 and all day on December 25. Prices start from £89.
This merry season guests are invited to experience the Christmas Alpine Dream Chalet in the heart of Geneva. Set at the entrance to Hilton Geneva, the chalet will keep everyone warm by serving exquisite hot chocolates alongside mulled wine. Children are also invited to join festive cookie decoration masterclasses alongside the hotel’s pastry team. The Chalet is open throughout December.
For an unforgettable New Year’s Eve celebration, guests are invited to experience Le Nord at The Rooftop, an event dedicated to ringing the new year in style alongside an array of delicacies and free-flowing drinks. Unrivalled views over Trafalgar Square paired with luxurious rooms make it the ideal spot to indulge in celebrations in the heart of London.
Resting by the Danube waterfront, Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront invites guests to team up and celebrate the cheery season with a game of curling. With unlimited mulled wine and punch complemented by roasted chestnuts, everyone will enjoy some festive entertainment. Prices per person start from 15 euros.
Set in the heart of the Victorian spa town, the hotel offers to join the New Year’s Eve “Prohibition” black-tie gala dinner. Paying homage to the roaring ’20s, the event will feature flapper dresses, champagne towers and firework displays. Guests will be treated to a five-course dinner alongside a live swing and party band, DJ and disco fireworks during the night. A surprise balloon drop with a champagne toast during midnight will be the crown jewel of the whole evening. Prices start from £120 per person.
10 Facts About the Legendary Beverly Wilshire
Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel is a history-rich property built in 1928, when Beverly Hills was still undiscovered by Hollywood’s in-crowd. Take a step back in time with us as we share fun facts on the evolution of the iconic Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel:
Built on the site of the Beverly Auto Speedway, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel provided residents with an opportunity for picnics and Model T Ford races on Sunday afternoons.
Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel has been made guest appearances in movies such as Escape from the Planet of the Apes, Clueless, Sex and the City: The Movie and Valentine’s Day, but gained worldwide recognition as the setting of the movie Pretty Woman.
The Mediterranean-style pool is modeled after Sophia Loren’s private villa pool in Italy.
Famous stars such as Elvis Presley, Warren Beatty and Steve McQueen have all lived in the Hotel, which continues to receive fan mail for the actors, even decades after they have moved out.
Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel is a salute to its construction and renovation teams over the years. It has withstood major earthquakes in 1933, 1971 and 1994 and was designated an air raid shelter during World War II.
The Concierge team has a combined total of more than 175 years of experience among them, and six Les Clefs d’Or members.
Opened in June 2006, CUT is Wolfgang Puck’s first steak restaurant, and was designed by the famed architect Richard Meier (of the Getty Museum).
The Spa spans more than 8,000 square feet (745 square metres), with nine treatment rooms (seven with in-room showers), and was the first Spa on the west coast to feature luxury skincare line, 111SKIN.
There are more than 800 employees working at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel.
Located on the private, key-accessed 14th floor of the Beverly Wing, the Penthouse Suite is the largest guest room space in the city at 5,000 square feet (465 square metres). And only
Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel features two rooftop terraces, overlooking the Hollywood Hills from the Royal Suite or the legendary Drive from the Rodeo Terrace.
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