EMEA Convention Network – Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh Marriott Hotel

Saudi Arabia Is Ready To Host Your Next Conference

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is rich in attractions filled with spiritual mystique and cultural charm. It's also an international business hub, home to some of Marriott’s most impressive Convention & Resort Network hotels. From the sprawling capital, Riyadh, to the historic, but major commercial center, Jeddah, you'll find the perfect place to host your next conference or event.

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Hotels In Riyadh

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Lush with 600-year-old olive trees, landscaped gardens and swaying palms, this hotel envelopes guests in majestic surroundings and attentive service. It features spacious suites, a world-class spa, a stunning indoor pool, lavish wedding and event spaces, and exceptional dining.

  • Guest Rooms: 492
  • Number of Meeting Rooms: 11
  • Largest Meeting Room: 1,849 square meters
  • Total Meeting Space: 5,759 square meters
  • Maximum Meeting Capacity: 2,354 guests
  • Events: Conferences, workshops, meetings, exhibitions, trade shows, gala dinners, product launches, social events, team buildings, weddings
  • Location: City Center
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Located near the city's business hub and attractions, our hotel is a wonderful destination for business and leisure. Modern rooms and suites boast high ceilings and space. Savor a meal at our upscale steakhouse or Mediterranean restaurant. Visit our Bodyline Health Club & Fitness Center with a gym, squash and tennis courts, an indoor pool and massage services. Those hosting events will be delighted with our 39,858 square feet of venue space and exquisite catering.

  • Guest Rooms: 418
  • Number of Meeting Rooms: 20
  • Largest Meeting Room: 1,175 sq m / 12,647 sq ft
  • Total Meeting Space: 3,364 sq m / 36,209 sq ft
  • Maximum Meeting Capacity: 2,000 guests (all meeting space)
  • Events: Weddings, conventions, gala dinners, press conferences
  • Hotel Type: City
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Plan To Be Rewarded

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Marriott Bonvoy™ Events

Marriott Bonvoy Events is your source for meetings and events. Get inspired with tips, trends and success stories. Easily find a hotel with our interactive map and robust search tool. And get more for your work when you earn points for eligible meetings and events.

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Plan Your Next Event

Looking to plan a smaller event or meeting? Plan your next event with Marriott Bonvoy™. Find the location most suitable to your needs and submit an RFP directly online.

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Triple Treats

Earn triple Marriott Bonvoy™ points for eligible meetings, events and groups booked and held by June 30th, 2021. Receive 5% off master-billed group rooms, 1 complimentary in every 10 paid delegates/rooms for groups of 10-100 and a signing bonus of 5,000 points.

Top Attractions In Saudi Arabia For Your Biggest Groups

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Kingdom Centre

Riyadh’s landmark tower is a stunning piece of modern architecture – it’s particularly conspicuous at night, when the upper portion is illuminated with constantly changing lights.

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National Museum

Encased within modernist architecture, the museum's two floors contain eight well-designed and informative galleries covering Arabian history, culture and art.

Historical mud and clay fort

Masmak Fortress

This impressive fortification was built around 1865 and was the site of Ibn Saud’s daring 1902 raid, during which a spear was hurled at the entrance with such force that the head still lodges in the doorway today.