Interact with a community of likeminded imagineeers To never miss a vital call Access to a community of over 40,000 imagineeers to collaborate with, buy from, sell and socialize with Printing capability from every desk & IT Help instantly Receptionist when needed High-speed Wi-Fi Secretaries available 1-month security deposit & Global Network
Enjoy the benefits of the 40,000+ connected Servcorp Community of Imagineeers
SAR 150 /month
Immediate access to:
Coworking Lounges, Boardrooms, meeting rooms and day offices at member rates
Access to bilingual secretaries for regular or last minute administrative tasks
Secure and highspeed Wi-Fi in coworking lounges
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After acceptance, connect with 40,000 Servcorp clients globally, one of the world’s largest business communities. List your business to sell to and buy from, and enjoy many other features including articles, member forums, social events and VIP treatment.
2 Vouchers per month(total value 150 SAR) to use = 1 day per month Hot Desk space
You can market to all members - get ready to actively expand your business!
Designed by British architect Norman Foster and built in 2000 by the Binladin construction company, Al-Faisaliah Tower was the first skyscraper in Saudi Arabia. On the 18th floor, as you walk out the elevator, the large granite reception area with views offers an unforgettable experience to any visitor. Besides great views, the impressive boardrooms, meeting rooms, coworking space and exclusive pantry from Servcorp Riyadh make this location with no doubt the best serviced office in Riyadh.
Al Faisaliah tower is a part of the Faisaliah complex, comprising of a hotel, the tower, and two other buildings. The tower enables tenants and visitors to feel at comfort and convenience in one of the most famous landmarks in Riyadh. The building is clad in anodised aluminium panels with large cantilevered sun shading devices that minimise glare and allow the use of non-reflective, energy efficient glass.
How to get to Al Faisaliah Center
How to get to Al Faisaliah Center
30 Minute drive to King Khaled International airport
Taxis are available 24/7. A taxi pick up can be booked by calling London taxi 920 010 068 and making a reservation or you can catch a ride anywhere on the street.
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Servcorp offices are located on level 18, Al Faisaliah Center
Location in the heart of the Olaya district, Riyadh's growing financial hub.
The 3rd tallest building in Saudi Arabia, Servcorp Riyadh in Al Faisaliah Tower is a premium-grade building and one of the most recognizable landmarks in the Olaya district.
Easy access to the city's diplomatic quarter, ministries, government offices, business centres and luxury boutique shopping.
On the 34th floor of Al-Faisaliah Tower can be found a fabulous viewing platform
The towers first three levels boast one of Riyadh's most popular shopping arcades with 180 stores and a selection of 25 fast food outlets.
The five-star luxury Hotel is located on the top floors of the tower and convenient access to several restaurants like 11a, the Globe and the cigar lounge at the top floor.
Magnificent views from the reception of the King Fahad highway, Kingdom tower and the bustling cityscape.
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Ask to be connected to the internet – How long does it take? Ask if the provider is Tier-1. Ask to be allowed to check download speeds. Ask to speak to IT support: Are they in-house or a third party? Are they even in the country? Ask to be given a phone number so you can try the service before you buy. Ask for a phone rate card. Ask to meet your dedicated receptionist. The receptionist is the front line of your business. Ask about disaster transfer. Ask if your phone extension can roam at no cost to other locations. Ask if the wireless internet is secure. Ask what kind of firewall can be set up for your network. Ask to see the transparency code of the provider. Ask if incoming callers can dial ‘1’ for voicemail to mobile.