Inside the gold-plated 'prison' nearly 9,000 USD a night

The 5-star Ritz-Carlton hotel was used by the Saudi Crown Prince to imprison princes and billionaires.

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The Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman (MbS), shocked the world media for nearly two years before arresting a series of Saudi princes and billionaires on charges of corruption. They were detained in the Ritz-Carlton hotel, which immediately stopped accepting new guests, and demanded that their former guests check out.
Ritz-Carlton introduces itself as one of the most spectacular 5-star hotels in Saudi Arabia. With an area of over 21 hectares, the hotel has 492 rooms on 9 floors, including high-class royal rooms.
This property has 48 luxurious rooms and 48 royal rooms (photos), where guests pay nearly $ 9,000 for a night, depending on the time of booking.
A royal room of 400 m2, can accommodate up to 6 guests. The luxurious interior of the room also has crystal chandeliers, marble, gold-plated details and luxurious carpeting.
The royal room has up to 4 bathrooms, a large living room, a quiet workroom and a kitchen and dining area.
Guests staying here can bring their own maid or use the hotel's butler service.
Guests can have fun in the ballroom or bowling alley, dine in a fine-dining restaurant, or sip a cigarette in the cigar room.
In addition, the hotel also has an indoor heated pool ...
... and spas for men only.
The hotel's banquet room can accommodate up to 2,000 guests.
According to a hotel guide, although the place was acquired for weeks and turned into a temporary prison for the Saudi high-class in 2017, the entire staff remained calm and worked as usual. .

Most princes and billionaires are released after a few weeks, after paying billions of dollars in exchange for freedom. Riyadh's 5-star hotel reopened in February 2018.

Inside the gold-plated 'prison' nearly 9,000 USD a night Inside the gold-plated 'prison' nearly 9,000 USD a night Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on October 22, 2019 Rating: 5

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