Shaza Riyadh Hotel Residences, the contemporary luxury hotel residence at the heart of the Saudi capital, has introduced new concepts, services and major upgrades to support its position as a unique luxury destination.
The property represents exceptional Andalusian charm that combines tradition, culture and modernity, a statement said.
The new concepts and upgrades include a ladies spa and gym providing relaxation and wellbeing experiences for ladies as part of Shaza Afiya unique wellness concept. The spa offers a unique selection of treatments and therapies with exclusive health consulting to guests.
The hotel has also introduced a new boutique events and catering department targeting local family events and gatherings with exceptional quality and service. The facilities have been upgraded including the family suites that are fully equipped for enhanced convenience and relaxation and offer spectacular views of Riyadh.
Upgraded menus of MeNA and Midan restaurants provide a distinctive culinary experience for the guests featuring a variety of dishes from different cuisines, and the latest technology has been introduced to Bayt Al Hikma meeting Centre that brings travelers scent-inspired meeting rooms for conferences, banquets, and more.
Haythem Al Ayoobi, General Manager of Shaza Riyadh Hotel Residences, said: “The recent upgrades come in line with our efforts to provide an unforgettable stay for the visitors of Riyadh. Shaza Riyadh represents the ideal destination for both business and leisure travelers with a variety of rooms and suites that are perfectly designed to elevate the journey of rest – each one telling a story of peaceful ambience and a quiet refuge.”
Shaza Riyadh is managed by Shaza Hotels, the leading hotel management company dedicated to providing true Arabian hospitality inspired by the traditions and culture of the Silk Route countries. The company continues to expand in Saudi Arabia and enhance its current portfolio with ambitious growth plans with new properties in the pipeline across major locations in the kingdom, the statement said.