Prince Al Waleed puts two luxury hotels on sale in Lebanon

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal have reportedly put two of his luxury Lebanese hotels on sale in Beirut. The hotels according to The Daily Mail are Four Seasons Hotel Beirut and Movenpick Beirut.

Lebanese newspaper Daily Star reported that a bank in the country was performing due diligence on the assets in a bid to find buyers. The paper reported a source as saying, ”The bank is supposed to complete due diligence in one month or less. Once due diligence is completed, the results will be announced to the public.”

However the reasons for the sale of Prince Alwaleed’s assets in Lebanon were not disclosed. The report also added that the Four Seasons Hotel Beirut could be sold for US $110 million. However, the asking price for the hotels will only be established after the completion of due diligence, according to the newspaper’s source.

Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), the investment vehicle of Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed recently sold its 90% stake in the Four Seasons Resort Langkawi, Malaysia. Based in Riyadh, KHC also holds interests in marquee properties such as the George V in Paris, the Plaza Hotel in New York and London’s Savoy Hotel. Its hotel properties worldwide are managed by Four Seasons, Fairmont Raffles, Movenpick, Swissotel and Accor.

Four Seasons Hotel Beirut