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A night at the Ritz: Riyadh '5-star prison' back in business

Leaping bronze stallions adorn the lobby, Western consultants hobnob over tea and scones and a sumptuous buffet is laid out ?- Riyadh's Ritz-Carlton appears exactly as it was before it became a gilded prison. Guests trickled in after the palatial 500-room hotel reopened on Sunday to find few signs of the three-month incarceration of princes, ministers and business moguls in an unprecedented anti-corruption purge.
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