The American Express World Luxury Expo to be hosted in Riyadh


The American Express World Luxury Expo to be hosted at Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

December 27, 2012: In a recent communication, the American Express World Luxury Expo announced that it will take place at the palatial Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh, from 10 to 12 February, 2013. The Expo is a new joint venture between World Luxury Group and Nayyara Exhibitions, with American Express exclusively selected as the title sponsor.

HH Princess Nouf Bint Faisal Bin Turki Al Saud, Chairperson of Nayyara Exhibitions, will host The American Express World Luxury Expo. The three day exhibition will showcase many of the world’s leading luxury brands and services, from a broad selection of luxury categories, including fine art, high-end jewellery, fashion, hand-crafted time pieces, designer furniture and exquisite table settings, fine dining, luxury executive cars and sports cars, private aviation and luxury travel, to a highly discerning and select group of VIP guests from across the Saudi Kingdom.

Some of the exhibitor’s include royal wedding planner Desert Rose Classic, Mohamed Yousuf Naghi Motors (official importer of Rolls-Royce in Saudi Arabia), Golden Caviar and Steinway Piano Gallery among others. A luxurious atlas, Earth Platinum, measuring 6x9 ft wide, will be featured at The American Express World Luxury Expo. The map images are stitched together using as many as 1,000 individual photos and the largest consists of 12,000 photos. Earth Platinum is also the largest-ever atlas and only 31 copies will ever be published.

The American Express World Luxury Expo, Riyadh follows the Dubai event held in January at the Burj Al Arab and continues to Doha and Abu Dhabi, creating an annual signature series of events in all four cities.

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