Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh offers special packages

Updated 13 February 2018
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Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh offers special packages

The Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at the Kingdom Centre is offering the ultimate package for this romantic time of the year. The hotel’s specialized team will help guests craft and personalize every detail of their stay to surprise their loved ones.
“When booking the romantic escape room’s offer, guests can enjoy our new enhanced in-room romantic set-up, in addition to indulging in a fine selection of homemade chocolates, a deluxe fruit platter, sparkling grape juice and a scrumptious heart-shaped chocolate cake,” the hotel said in a press release.
Guests can also enjoy the unique offerings presented by the hotel’s F&B outlets to enjoy a special romantic dinner. The Grill restaurant will be offering an exclusive set menu specially prepared by Executive Chef Ahmed Fawzy. In addition, the team at The Grill will welcome guests with a souvenir gift, a rose, and a personal picture capturing the special moment. To enhance the experience, there will be live oud music.
Elements will be offering its famous seafood night with an enhanced romantic ambiance to surprise its guests with an intimate and memorable dinner.
“Combine the beauty and history of Riyadh with the attention to detail and signature service that the Four Seasons is known for, and the result is a superb romantic getaway,” said Tarek Bekhiet, regional director of marketing. “At the Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh, we are glad to offer our guests a distinguished romantic escape precisely tailored to guarantee an unforgettable experience.” The offers are available on Feb. 14 only.


‘Saudi Arabia’s stability, security a red line for Muslim world’

The Supreme Council of the Muslim World League (MWL) holds its 43rd session in Makkah. (SPA)
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‘Saudi Arabia’s stability, security a red line for Muslim world’

  • The council praised the Kingdom’s pioneering role in the Muslim world, its religious importance, its history of supporting international security and peace efforts

JEDDAH: The Supreme Council of the Muslim World League (MWL) held its 43rd session in Makkah, with senior scholars and ministers from Muslim countries in attendance.
The council expressed solidarity with the Saudi leadership and people, and condemned attempts to target the Kingdom, saying its stability and security are a red line for the Muslim world.
The council praised the Kingdom’s pioneering role in the Muslim world, its religious importance, its history of supporting international security and peace efforts, and its fight against extremism and terrorism.
The great place that the Kingdom occupies in the hearts of Muslims is founded on a sincere and firm belief in its care for Muslim sanctity, the council said, adding that targeting Saudi stability also affects international stability.
The council discussed several matters, including the Palestinian cause, developments in Syria and Yemen, the tragedy of Myanmar’s Rohingya people, the fight against extremist groups such as Al-Qaeda and Daesh, and the importance of promoting dialogue among followers of different religions and cultures.
It also discussed the well-being of Muslim minorities in non-Muslim countries, expressing regret and concern about Islamophobia, and calling for peaceful coexistence.
The council urged Muslims in these countries to fulfil their duty to educate their children, and protect them from deviant ideologies and groups that use religion as a pretext to justify terrorism and extremism.
It also urged Muslims in these countries to use legitimate channels to enjoy their just religious and cultural rights, to contribute to societal development, and to support stability and integration.
The council highlighted the MWL’s efforts and international presence in influential platforms, especially in the West.
Islamophobia is creating serious rifts in multicultural societies and damaging the social contract based on equal citizenship, the council said.
It expressed its full support for the MWL’s programs and activities that highlight the truth about Islam and its values, promote intellectual and religious awareness among Muslim minorities, and spread the values of toleration, moderation and peace.
The council reviewed the MWL’s efforts against radicalization and terrorism, including international collaborative programs, conferences, forums, statements and visits to Muslim and non-Muslim countries.
It noted the MWL’s efforts to promote dialogue among followers of different religions and cultures, including its secretary-general’s meeting with Vatican leaders, the signing of a historic cooperation agreement with the Pontifical Council for Interfaith Dialogue, and organizing an international peace conference at Oxford University.
The council agreed to establish an international center for cultural exchanges, as part of its support for the Conference on Cultural Rapprochement between the US and the Muslim World.
The council stressed the importance of building good East-West relations and launching initiatives to foster cooperation, cultural exchanges and positive values.
“Only 10 percent of our common principles are sufficient to bring peace and harmony to our world,” said MWL Secretary-General Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Karim Al-Issa.