It will be the second Four Seasons property in Riyadh…

Riyadh is already home to the luxurious Four Seasons brand, with their sleek city property found within the soaring Kingdom Centre. But the Saudi capital is set to get another outpost of the renowned hotel brand, as Four Seasons has announced plans for a stunning new hotel at Diriyah Gate.

Joining an impressive line-up of already announced hotels, Four Seasons Hotel Diriyah will feature 150 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites, and will be only a short drive away from the Kingdom Centre property. Inside, you’ll find a wellness spa with seven treatment rooms and a fitness centre, as well as two outdoor pools with private cabanas. Gourmands can look forward to four culinary concepts, including a poolside restaurant and a sunset lounge, perfect for soaking up the stunning views.

An opening date hasn’t been revealed yet, but the location has: you’ll find the Four Seasons Hotel Diriyah located adjacent to the development’s culturally rooted district along the Wadi Hanifah escarpment. Boasting incredible views towards the west and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, At-Turaif, guests can expect a unique design inspired by local traditions.

“It is a delight to be partnering with Four Seasons,” commented Jerry Inzerillo, Group CEO of Diriyah Gate Development Authority. “Renowned for their unforgettable guest experiences, Four Seasons is working alongside DGDA to elevate what travellers can experience within Diriyah, showcasing their timeless approach to hospitality whilst staying true to Diriyah’s rich cultural past,” he added.

We already know that Four Seasons will be joined by a world-class line-up of hotels, with the first 14 brands making their Diriyah debut announced last year. Strategically located across two of DGDA’s four master plans – Diriyah Gate and Wadi Safar – neighbours of the Four Seasons Hotel Diriyah will include outposts from the opulent Baccarat Hotels & Resorts, the first Fauchon Hotel in the Middle East and a lavish Raffles property with breathtaking views of Wadi Hanifah from its rooftop.