Shaza Riyadh Hotel Residences is providing corporate travellers with several offers and bespoke spaces as the economy of Saudi Arabia recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Riyadh is now witnessing an economic recovery mainly driven by the ease of restrictions following a drop in Covid-19 cases across the country, reported

The hotel is offering business travellers with 25% discount on rooms, 20% discount on dining and spa, while children below 12 years can eat free.

Shaza Riyadh Hotel Residences general manager Andre Saade was quoted by the website as saying: “At our hotel, it is our business to plan, execute and help you make your business successful.

“In Bayt Al Hikma, we have a variety of meeting rooms ideal to host both corporate meetings and receptions for up to 120 guests in theatre style and 100 guests in reception-style, in addition to our bespoke events management and catering.”

Recently, hotel management company Rotana announced plans to add eight new properties to its portfolio over the next three years.

The latest move will add more than 2,650 keys to market.

The company is planning to open five-star Rayhaan Hotels & Resorts property in the third quarter of the year, representing the group’s eighth operating hotel in Saudi Arabia.

Rotana has also signed an agreement to open a new property in Manama, Bahrain under its hotel-residence brand, Residences by Rotana.