Saudi-based KAS Investment company – a part of Al Shegrey Group – has announced the soft launch of its luxurious hotel project, “Le Dix,” which has been built at a cost of $25 million in Beirut.

The property, located in the heart of Lebanese capital, is nestled near the historic Raouche Rock, in General Charles De Gaulle Avenue.

Unveiling a new roadmap for Beirut’s hospitality industry, Abdulkader A. Hankir, chief operating officer of KAS Investment Company (hospitality division) said Le Dix was one of the most luxurious hotels in the Arab world.

The hotel boasts of ultimate luxury accommodation and personalized services and is just a seven minutes drive from the airport and downtown districts. The suites comes with fully-furnished terraces and balconies overlooking the sea, for a truly relaxing stay and one of a kind experience, said the official. These come with options of one two or three master bedrooms and fully-equipped kitchens.

The hotel boasts of a 24 hour personal butler service and free limousine transport from the airport tarmac, where guests will be escorted to the VIP lounge, straight to Le Dix and vice versa.