Four Seasons unveils ladies-only floor
Riyadh, May 5, 2013
Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre has launched the pearl floor, an exclusive ladies-only floor, in an effort to help women travelling to Riyadh feel more comfortable and secure.
This is in line with its commitment to providing guests a level of service that goes beyond the expected with the transformation of its top-most floor into a sanctuary for women travellers, a statement from the hotel said.
Located on the 48th level, the pearl floor is fitted out with 22 premium rooms and two Four Seasons executive suites, featuring a special express check-in desk which is managed by a team of experienced female staff who embody a depth of reliability and trust, allowing them to build a personal connection with female guests.
“From the moment women set foot in the hotel, our goal is to make them feel special. No matter what their needs are, we will make sure they are being well taken care of with utmost consideration all the way down to the smallest detail,” said Greg Pirkle, general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh.
The pearl floor lobby embodies a rich grandeur with modern appeal, expressed in details such as the sweeping staircase connecting the levels and the new vanity design in all of the bathrooms.
This exclusive floor has been thoughtfully created with a high level of sophistication – all rooms are elegantly decorated to create a warm residential ambience, and are furnished with the finest upholstery and linens, complemented by breathtaking views of Riyadh, the statement said.
The pearl floor includes a modern women-only lounge with spectacular views of Riyadh city, with access to free WiFi and complimentary refreshments. Another addition for our female guests, who are keen on maintaining their exercise regime while staying in Riyadh, is the new exclusive state-of-the-art ladies gym.
Each luxurious room on the pearl floor caters to the comfort of female travellers and will come equipped with complete female amenities such as luxurious facial, body and hair care products, women’s magazines, an Oriental abaya, yoga mat, healthy in-room dining amenities and a personalised welcome kit. – TradeArabia News Service
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