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Luxury African-style resort with wildlife park, golf course opens outside Riyadh

The Nofa Wildlife Park, featuring more than 700 animals, offers an African safari experience

A luxury African-style resort with 57 bungalows and villas has opened outside of Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.

Nofa Resort Riyadh, a Radisson Collection hotel, overlooks the Nofa Wildlife Park, and features an equestrian estate and an 18-hole golf course surrounded by sand dunes and mountains.

The Nofa Wildlife Park, featuring more than 700 animals – including zebras, sables, giraffes, cheetahs and many other wild animals, offers an African safari experience.

The resort also includes an equestrian estate that features a show jumping arena, a specialised race track, a polo field and a stable complex.

Nofa Resort features three on-site restaurants including Tswalu – which serves international cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner; The Butcher’s Den – an upscale culinary eatery and the Al Fresco restaurant – which serves Italian food.

Other F&B options include the Hookah Lounge, the African Tea Room and the poolside Al Fresco Café.

A tailored private dining service is also available for special occasions or business events.

Leisure facilities include the Nofa Spa and Health club, two outdoor swimming pools, including a separate swimming pool for women, and a kids’ club area.

The resort also features a ballroom with a capacity to host 500 people and two theater-style boardrooms that can host up to 60 people.

The resort is the first Radisson Collection hotel in Saudi Arabia, and the third in the Middle East region.

It is operated by Radisson Hospitality AB under an international management agreement.

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