IHG® Hotels & Resorts, one of the world’s leading hotel companies, has signed a management agreement with Mohammed bin Salman Nonprofit City to build the new Hotel Indigo in the city near Riyadh’s Dolphin District along Wadi Hanifa. announced that Scheduled to open in 2025 and with underground work already completed, the new hotel adds to IHG’s strong growth plans through a range of new developments aligned with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 tourism strategy.
Muhammad bin Salman The signing of the new Hotel Indigo in the non-profit city is significant. It is the first non-profit city of its kind and aims to be an incubator for youth, local and international organizations supporting innovation, entrepreneurship and future leaders.
The hotel is located next to the city’s Al Mishraq Zone and serves as a living laboratory where innovation and social life thrive, where creativity meets science and technology. As part of the City’s ’15 Minutes’ planning concept, guests will be able to take advantage of the City’s cultural experience by using the vibrant pedestrianized Main Street. It also has links to cultural offerings and an elevated fine dining restaurant overlooking the stunning Wadi Hanifa. View of Riyadh city skyline.
The city offers an interactive retail environment that provides a platform for experimenting with new products and technologies and provides an immersive experience for customers. Infrastructure includes comprehensive mobility solutions supported by sustainable cooling and shade systems. This solution will be a prime example of modern, integrated urban transport while providing a comfortable environment that encourages outdoor activities.
The brand new Hotel Indigo has 234 rooms and suites and 138 serviced apartments. The hotel is ideally located just 15 minutes from Riyadh city center and he 10 minutes from the Tulife district of Al-Diriyah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It also provides easy access to beautiful and diverse landscapes with iconic and innovative building structures such as the Misuk Art Institute, the Mohammed bin Salman Foundation ‘Misuk’ Headquarters and the Conference Centre. These are all in development. This lifestyle hotel has three dining options for guests, including a neighborhood café, signature restaurant and sophisticated lobby lounge.
Hotel Indigo Mohammed Bin Salman Non-Profit City Riyadh also features state-of-the-art facilities such as four flexible meeting spaces, a contemporary health club and swimming pool, making it the ultimate destination for a wide range of guests.
Announcing the new deal, said Haitham Matter, Managing Director, IHG India, Middle East and Africa. “We are delighted to partner with the Mohammed bin Salman Non-Profit City. The city is a thriving community of creative thinkers and innovative pioneers who will build the future of Saudi Arabia. We are dedicated to encouraging youth leadership for the future, and our partnership is a great opportunity to continue our support for Saudi Arabia’s youth and Vision 2030.”
He added: We want to experience business innovation, recreational entertainment options, cultural learning opportunities, outdoor destinations, and many other unique activities. ”
David Henry, CEO of Mohammed Bin Salman Nonprofit City Comment: “We are very pleased that IHG has chosen our city for another world class hotel designed to offer a wide range of services in line with our youth oriented focus. , the Ministry of Culture’s inclusion of Saudi artwork in the hotel aligns with the mission of the foundation’s Misuk Art Institute and the Hotel Indigo brand.
Hotel Indigo in Muhammad bin Salman non-profit city
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia