Two months after it became one of the world's most notorious prisons, Riyadh's Ritz Carlton hotel, the place where numerous Saudi officials were being held on corruption charges, will once again open to the public.
Even though the hotel's management has yet to issue an official statement on the matter, the reservation page on their website lists the first available booking at time of writing as the Feb. 18.
The hotel has been closed off from the public since the beginning of November, when hundreds of prominent Saudis were placed under arrest by the kingdom's anti-corruption committee.
No bookings are available at the luxury hotel during January
But that seems to have changed for February
According to Booking.com, all available rooms at the hotel have been booked and the next available reservation dates start from Feb. 23.
The latest news is making the rounds on social media
Naturally, people have a lot to say ...
"The Ritz will now become a tourist attraction."
Some want to turn the place into a museum
"They should turn it into a museum."
Others aren't too excited to book rooms there now
"You want us to book rooms in a jail."