Kingdom Center’s Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh unveils newly renovated Royal Suites – Hospitality Net


If there was any doubt that Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at the Kingdom Center is the culmination of hospitality in the Saudi capital, a look at the luxury and design of its newly redesigned Royal Suites will only reaffirm the Hotel’s commitment to offering an incomparable hospitality experience. Taking the imposing hotel guest experience to new heights, the two spacious suites located on the 44th and 46th floors are palaces in the sky. Designed by acclaimed hotel design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates as part of a comprehensive renovation of the 276-room address, each Royal Suite is played out with indulgent comforts, lavish appointments, contemporary interpretations of historic motifs and locally produced works of art to create welcoming spaces for family travelers and groups of friends, high above the heart of the city.

Royal Suites can be upgraded to one or two bedroom suites via an additional room connection. On the 44th floor, the Royal Suite pays homage to the local oasis of Riyadh – which translates to “garden” from Arabic – with a palette of soft green and turquoise hues, while on the 44th floor, the Royal Suite s inspires Saudi heritage with deep red color tones. Each one’s designs incorporate historic tribal motifs on the walls, sliding bathroom doors, carpeting, and various other elements.

Each Royal Suite is designed for space and comfort, spanning 240 square meters (2,595 square feet) and offering panoramic city views. The master bedroom houses a king-size bed with an extensively upholstered headboard, marble bedside tables, a button-tufted and stitched leather loveseat and more. The soothing lighting from the lamps and natural sunlight give the space a warm and inviting glow.

A full bathroom just off the master bedroom is clad in beige marble, complete with dual sinks, mirrored TVs, a separate shower, and an elongated tub for a happy submission.

The walls of each royal suite are carved with veneer and leather inserts that can only be described as luxurious, and alabaster and metal screens separate each room. They include a living room with comfy sofas, padded and stitched upholstered chairs, a pair of contemporary coffee tables divided in the middle, and a 75-inch Smart TV with Ultra HD screen and Chromecast functionality.

There is a dining area with seating for 10 people; a slender kitchen fully equipped to prepare everything from tasty snacks to full meals; and a private gym with an exceptional view, a wall-mounted TV with three cardio options, including an elliptical trainer, as well as free weights with free weights. There is also a welcoming foyer adjoining a powder room for the comfort of visitors, a beautiful office with desk and modern technology, and two walk-in closets to store whatever guests bring for their stay.

Each Royal Suite is also a feast for the eyes and the senses with carefully selected works of art by emerging local artists, including sculptures, installations, and hand-crafted wall hangings in the spirit of Saudi heritage. As throughout the property, the artwork added during the renovation was created in partnership with the Alwaleed Philanthropies Foundation, chaired by His Royal Highness Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Al Saud, which focuses on empowerment and the celebration of the know-how of the local artisans of the Kingdom.


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