The first woman-only hotel in the country was opened in Saudi Arabia, Riyadh. The rules currently in force in the Kingdom stipulate that a woman (resident or tourist) who is not accompanied by a guardian, who may be her husband, father or any of her agents, is not entitled to stay at a hotel or book a room by yourself. These provisions do not apply to the new women's hotel.
Lutan, as this hotel is called, includes 25 rooms and several conference rooms and receptions. It is built on the initiative of some Saudi business women and is designed to make their lives easier and to travel around the country.
Prince Sultan bin Salman, who heads the Saudi Arabian High Committee on Tourism, participated in the opening ceremony of the hotel and said he hoped such hotels would soon be built in other cities of the country and that it would undoubtedly contribute to the development of the hotel. business activities of Saudi women.
Saudi Arabia is one of the toughest Muslim countries. Unlike other Islamic countries, women in this country are not allowed to drive a car. They are also prohibited from participating in elections. However, in the last few years, Saudi women have been more involved in the social life of the Kingdom.
Valentine's Day (http://www.tripspirit.com/204:Saudi-lovers-are-prohibited-to-present-roses) is also banned by Saudi Arabia's deputy squad as a non-Muslim holiday that cannot to be celebrated and to be a sin and to contribute to the extramarital relations between men and women.