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Rosewood Corniche updates their Limousine Service

The Rosewood Corniche in Jeddah has updated the fleet of luxury cars they provide to all guests of the hotel to ensure comfortable and decent travel to and from the heart of the city. 

They recently added the latest 2010 model of the Mercedes S class, and the BMW and Audi six and seven series.

The Hotel Rosewood Corniche in Jeddah, offers views of the Corniche and the entire city from rooms due to its location on the coast of the Red Sea.

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