The Nofa Resort Riyadh, a Radisson Collection Hotel, has opened its doors to the public, catering to the market needs of private villas and experiences.

Nofa Resort Riyadh features 57 secluded luxury villas and bungalows designed in African style, with amenities such as a private swimming pool and garden.

It also houses include the equestrian resort that features a show jumping arena, a specialised racetrack, a polo field and a stable complex.

The resort also features Nofa Spa & Health Club, two outdoor swimming pools, including a separate swimming pool for female guests.

Other facilities include an 18-hole golf course and three on-site restaurants.

Earlier operated as a members-only resort, the hotel is now publicly bookable exclusively via Radisson’s website

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Radisson Hotel Middle East & Africa area senior vice president Tim Cordon said: “We have received numerous requests from individual guests wanting to experience the beauty of this Safari jewel in the Saudi desert and we are excited that the hotel is now publicly bookable and accessible to everyone.

“The international travel ban in Saudi Arabia has also been a driving force for the local demand with many searching for a peaceful sanctuary to escape to, while feeling completely free and safeguarded from the contraction and spread of Covid-19.”