The Red Palace is located in the heart of old Riyadh. It was the first building to be constructed of reinforced concrete. It got its name because of its unique reddish color.

King Saud settled in the Red Palace from 1944 until 1956, then it became the headquarters of the Council of Ministers for 30 years. The palace then became the headquarters of the Board of Grievances until 2002.

71 accommodation units with a butler  service.

45 Luxurious suites inside the palace

25 hotel rooms

1 Royal suite

7 public and private spaces

6 spas

6 international restaurants

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