Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre

A landmark in Riyadh

Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre is an urban oasis of sophistication and tranquility, complete with traditional Saudi Arabian hospitality.

Located within the iconic 99-floor Kingdom Centre Tower and connected to the high-end Kingdom Centre mall, this luxury hotel makes a convenient home base for both corporate travelers and weekenders looking to take in Riyadh’s sites, like the National Museum and the nearby UNESCO World Heritage Site At-Tura if District in ad-Daria.

The place to see and be seen, the lobby exudes pure elegance with high ceilings, marble floors and rows of palm trees. Grab a seat on a couch and indulge in an Arabic coffee or browse the cases that spotlight high-end pieces from designers like Gucci, Versace and Louis Vuitton.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • No stay at Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre is complete without a visit to the Sky Bridge. Perched nearly 1,000 feet in the air, this 213-foot bridge offers the best views in the city, especially at sunset.
  • While decadent desserts are always available at Elements, the Riyadh restaurant’s themed nights are not to be missed. Stop by on Wednesdays to dine on traditional local dishes during Saudi night — a great way to taste local cuisines.
  • Succulent steaks and fresh seafood reign supreme at The Grill, an elegant poolside eatery lit by the glow of lamplight. Start with a light tabbouleh salad before moving on to mains like wagyu ribeye or Australian lamb chops.
  • Indulge your sweet tooth with a visit to the Lobby Lounge. Sip on a Rahwa chocolate (Arabic coffee with dark chocolate ganache) and nibble on an array of desserts like sticky toffee date pudding or om Ali, a traditional Arabic version of bread pudding scented with rose water.
  • From a romantic dinner served on the Sky Bridge to a VIP tour of the cliffs of the Edge of the World, Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre’s concierge can help you plan almost any adventure.

Things to Know

  • King Khalid International Airport is 30 minutes from this centrally located hotel. The concierge can help arrange transportation or a rental car ahead of your visit.
  • Pursuant to Saudi Arabian law, alcohol is forbidden. This Riyadh property serves a broad array of mocktails that will tantalize your taste buds.
  • This luxury hotel offers male guests access to one of the region’s largest fitness and spa centers. An exclusive women’s-only floor has its own gym, and plans are in the works to provide spa services here in the future.
  • If you visit in December, plan to attend the popular cultural festival Janadriyah. The two-week event highlights each of the unique Saudi provinces and gives you a chance to taste regional fare and experience Saudi Arabian hospitality.

The Rooms

  • Perched between the 30th and 50th floors of Kingdom Centre Tower, all 274 rooms have remarkable skyline vistas. North-facing rooms look toward the emerging Financial District, while southern-view rooms face Old Riyadh.
  • Each spacious accommodation (starting at nearly 500 square feet) boasts a beautiful marble bathroom equipped with a bathtub that calls for a post-sightseeing soak. Business travelers will appreciate the ample desk space, media hub and Nespresso coffee makers.
  • For an even more luxurious experience, book the exclusive Kingdom Suite. This sleek two-story space spreads across 3,553 square feet, featuring double-height ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, a dining room, an office and a spacious living room. But the highlight is the enormous marble tub overlooking the cityscape below.

Nearby Attractions

  • Check out the 19th-century Masmak Fortress to see an important piece of Saudi Arabian history. Pair your visit to this fort in Old Riyadh with a trip to the nearby Deira Souk, where you can buy rugs, trinkets and pop into the dazzling gold market.
  • The National Museum will guide you through the history of Saudi Arabia, highlighting the unique culture of the region. A trip here can easily be partnered with a visit to the adjacent Murabba Palace, where you can wander the complex’s palm-tree-lined park and enjoy the cooling Arabian evening air.
  • About a 15-minute drive from the Riyadh hotel is UNESCO World Heritage Site At-Turaif District in ad-Daria. The imposing 15th-century structure was the first capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and provides an impressive example of the region’s Najdi architectural style.

24-hour room service
Fitness classes
House car
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
PO Box 231000, Kingdom Centre, Olaya Street, Riyadh 11321, Saudi Arabia
RUH (26-40 min)  
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