The hotel is located alongside The Avenues, a retail, entertainment, and luxury lifestyle destination.
It is an 11km away from Kuwait International Airport.
The hotel provides easy access to local attractions such as the Kuwait Opera House, Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Centre and the Grand Mosque.
Waldorf Astoria Kuwait has 200 contemporary deluxe rooms and suites offering panoramic views of the city skyline.
Hilton Middle East, Africa and Türkiye president Jochem-Jan Sleiffer said: “We are very excited to be expanding our portfolio in Kuwait to include the iconic Waldorf Astoria, which brings an elevated luxury guest experience to the country.
“Waldorf Astoria Kuwait is Hilton’s third property in the country and brings a trusted brand to a community of discerning travellers who expect the highest levels of service. We look forward to welcoming guests to this outstanding property, which will no doubt be one of Kuwait’s most prestigious landmarks.”
Opening this autumn at the hotel, ROKA will be a Japanese robatayaki restaurant. Its signature restaurant is AVA, which serves dishes with authentic Mediterranean flair and seasonal ingredients.
Peacock Alley is a Parisian-influenced venue for gatherings where guests can enjoy specialty coffees and fresh meals, chocolates and macaroons.
It also features Kubbar Poolside Restaurant, and OXIO Pool and Lounge.
The expansive 13,560ft2 Waldorf Astoria Spa will launch later this fall, while its fitness centre is open 24 hours. Its Grand Ballroom can accommodate up to 720 guests. It also has fully equipped five meeting rooms.
Waldorf Astoria Kuwait is owned by Mabanee, a real estate developer.
This property joins two Hilton properties currently operational in the country – Hilton Kuwait Resort and Hilton Garden Inn Kuwait.