Nobu Expands its Footprint in Saudi Arabia

Nobu, the global lifestyle brand founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper, today revealed plans to launch a Nobu Hotel, Nobu Restaurant and Nobu Residences in the Eastern Province city of Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia by 2024.

The future mixed-use development will be developed by Al Khobar Sands Realestate Co. Ltd, jointly owned by Retal Urban Development Company, a subsidiary of the Al Fozan Group and Assayel Arabia, a subsidiary of Ali Zaid Al Quraishi and Brothers Company (AZAQ). Both Al Fozan Group and AZAQ have a solid footprint across Saudi Arabia in a multitude of industries with commitment to social welfare projects and are contributing greatly towards theĀ Saudi Vision 2030, a transformative economic and social reform blueprint that is opening Saudi Arabia up to the world.

Nobu Hotels have become synonymous with passionate service, distinctive design, the finest ingredients, and a powerful energy. Reflecting these core values within the local culture, Nobu Hotel, Restaurant and Residences Al Khobar will be located in the waterfront area of the city, facing the Arabian Gulf. The luxury complex will offer 120 thoughtfully designed guest rooms and suites, a Nobu Restaurant on the lobby level, swimming pools, a wellness centre, and meeting and event space.

The Nobu Al Khobar Residences will offer a fully integrated and highly personalized experience combining Nobu nuances with local aesthetics to create a truly unique lifestyle, offering concierge services, in-residence Nobu dining, and priority access to Nobu events.

From the very beginning, Nobu has been about creating unforgettable experiences around exceptional food. With 13 hotels open and many more in development around the world, the brand has never moved from what it set out to do – create a platform for memories. The philosophy of Kokoro – which comes from the Japanese word for heart – ties the destinations together and is the heartbeat of Nobu Restaurants, Hotels and Residences.


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