We can’t deny it but here at BURO. Middle East, we love a new luxury hotel opening as much as the next jet-set person. This is, perhaps, in part due to the fact that (luckily) we’re continuously exposed to a plethora of uber-luxe properties and tailored experiences – which is why we’ve become a strong panel of judges when it comes to new hotel openings.
And now, our hotel options in Saudi Arabia have just gotten more luxe with the announcement of the Armani Hotel opening in Riyadh’s Diriyah.
Following its prime locations in Milan and Dubai, the Armani Hotel will continue to give its visitors an experience that goes further than just hospitality. Featuring the brand’s signature accents from its existing hotels, the Diriyah-based brands will include a high-end spa, wellness centre, swimming pool, suites, landscaped terraces, and much more.
The high-end hotel will also feature 70 rooms, two restaurants and will be situated in a 300-year-old town that is home to many significant sites such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, At-Turaif Museum, and the future Diriyah development that features 13 districts.
And that’s not all; the upcoming development will also include luxury Armani-branded residences furnished by the Italian brand. A home that reflects the pure elegance, simplicity and sophisticated comfort that embody the designer’s signature style and aesthetic.
With resemblance to Armani Hotels & Resorts’ current hotels in Dubai and Milan, the property will be managed by Emaar Hospitality Group.