Saudi Arabia’s royal family has a sprawling luxury hotel on the outskirts of the capital, Riyadh.
The building is one of the most exclusive in the country.
The sprawling hotel, the first of its kind in the world, has a reception room, an entertainment room and two bars.
It was built in 2011 and houses one of five luxurious villas for the Saudi royal family, along with a villa and apartments.
The king is known to be the biggest spender in the kingdom and has made significant donations to his charitable foundation.
But the hotel has attracted criticism.
In March 2016, an anonymous group, dubbed “Al-Fattah”, called for the closure of the hotel.
Al-Fatah claimed it was being used to fund “extremist activities”, and accused the government of allowing it to be used as a meeting point for “agents of the devil”.
The government, in response, called the claim baseless.
The group later apologised and said it had deleted some of the names and other identifying information of the people who had posted the false information.
Al Jazeera’s Hala Abdel Latif reports from the Gulf capital.