Sunday 15 July 2012
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Riyadh's Al Faisaliah Hotel, A Rosewood Hotel, has affirmed its leadership position in Saudi Arabia's hospitality industry once again, after the hotel became the first in the Kingdom to be included in the prestigious Conde Nast Traveler Gold List 2012. The hotel scooped the Readers' Choice Award with an overall score of 93.6, with its unique design, exceptional 24-hour personal butler service, state-of-the-art technology and finest dining restaurants contributing to its successful nomination.
The Conde Nast Traveler Gold List 2012 is the eighth annual list for one of the most trusted magazines in travel, and an accolade that recognizes top world-class hotels. The hotels chosen by Condé Nast Traveler are based on data collated through the annual Readers' Choice Survey, which is a collective result of some eight million votes cast by a savvy group of travelers. The hotels that made it onto the list are deemed the best for service, location, food, rooms, leisure facilities and ambience and design.
Located at the centre of the business district of Riyadh, the ultra-luxury Al Faisaliah Hotel provides guests with easy access to all facilities in the city, from business locations to international designer retail outlets, and a wide range of world class dining choices.
Commenting on the award on behalf of Al Faisaliah Hotel, Erich Steinbock, regional VP for Rosewood Hotels in the Kingdom and MD of the Al Faisaliah and Al Khozama Hotels, said: "It's certainly a true honor to become the first hotel in the Kingdom to be included in the prestigious Conde Nast Traveler Gold List. We are committed to providing a superior and unique experience to every one of our discerning guests.
Earlier this year, Al Faisaliah Hotel scooped among other awards, two awards at the 2012 World Travel Awards held in Dubai.
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