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Al Faisaliah Hotel South opens in Riyadh

Al Faisaliah Hotel South was formally inaugurated by Prince Bandar bin Saud, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Deputy Director General of King Faisal Foundation and other officials.

The hotel officially opened for business on Tuesday, March 15, 2011.

This hotel, in addition to new five-star hotel, a Rosewood Hotel, is considered one of the finest facilities for hospitality in the Saudi capital of Riyadh.

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