Property originally built as a royal residence for King Faisal bin Abdulaziz
Saudi Arabia's Boutique Group has partnered with international architecture design firm OBMI and renowned French interior designer Jacques Garcia to transform Saudi's historic cultural palaces into ultra-luxury boutique hotels.
Located on Jeddah's corniche, the Al Hamra Palace was intended to be a royal residence but evolved into a royal hospitality palace, hosting guests including presidents of Arab and Islamic nations, as well as Richard Nixon, Diana Princess of Wales and King Charles III.
Boutique Group's conversion of Al Hamra Palace into a luxury hotel aims to offer guests a similarly palatial experience, blending elegant design with Saudi hospitality.
Boutique Group CEO Mark Cocinis said: "Partnering with entities that share our visionary ethos, unwavering commitment to intricate storytelling, and profound attention to the most nuanced details is not merely an imperative but an exquisite manifestation of our relentless pursuit of excellence.
"Working with internationally renowned design firms like OBMI and Jacques Garcia is an essential step in developing the project following the highest standards of development and sustainability while staying true to the rich cultural roots of Al Hamra Palace."
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