Nobu will be the first hotel of its kind in the country, selling relaxing designs based on the famous Japanese Nobu style.
Whether you know him in his classic roles as the Taxi Driver or a Good Fella, or in his more recent stints as an Irishman or the guy who got on the wrong side of the Joker, you can trust Robert De Niro to welcome you to a good piece of cinema. But as one of the founders of Nobu Hospitality, he’ll also welcome you to an urban oasis with their new branch in Downtown Riyadh. Nobu is bringing its classic Japanese style to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with an all-new 23-story boutique hotel set to open in 2022.
With casual straight lines, coloured with practically nothing but whites and reds, the hotel is going to feature arabesque designs along with the Nobu touch. Its double layered glass brings forward a perfect marriage of privacy and exposure, all while beautifully reflecting the outside world.
The stunning property will include 119 expertly designed guest rooms and suites. It will also feature a stunning dining area, state-of-the-art spa and fitness facility, an executive lounge, two royal-worthy ballrooms and most notably, the first Nobu restaurant in the region.
Embodying the perfect blend of Riyadh society and Nobu’s understated luxury, the hotel is set to be the next big hotspot in the Kingdom.