You will have the best view of the colorful sunset shades shimmering off the divine Red Sea shores.
Breathe in the spirit of the city’s historic past through the unique character of Jeddah’s old town, Al-Balad. Here, tightly packed, intricately designed houses – made from coral limestone brought directly from the Red Sea – date back over 500 years. Al-Balad is located 30 minutes from the hotel. Jeddah’s corniche offers stunning views of the sea and the city’s modern skyline.
At Jeddah Season, one of 11 Saudi seasonal events, there’s something for everyone, with a rich and diverse entertainment programme that includes music, art and culture. Saudi Arabia also welcomes Formula 1 to Jeddah. This record-breaking street circuit will be the longest and fastest circuit in the world, stretching 6,175 km with a total of 27 turns.
Jeddah is known for mild winters and scorching summers. Travellers who are sensitive to the heat should take the summer weather into account before booking. Keep your passport with you at all times.
Many of the attractions in Jeddah can be enjoyed with a bike ride or stroll down the Corniche. Experience an adrenaline-packed day at Al Shallal Theme Park in Jeddah or discover the wonders of the marine world at Fakieh Aquarium, only 10 minutes from the hotel.
Visiting Naseef House. One of Jeddah’s best restored coral houses which features over 100 rooms filled with everything from wood carvings to ornate calligraphy scrolls. Diving in Jeddah. The beach at Jeddah Corniche offers some of the best diving conditions in the world. Shopping in the Mall of Arabia, Jeddah. One of Jeddah’s most popular shopping centres is just 10 minutes away from the hotel.
Historic old town (Al-Balad) is memorable for its distinctive and tight-knit alleyways, streets, piazzas, and quads, which provide relief from the direct heat of the sun and add to the distinct charm of the city center. Al-Balad is made up of four old quarters: Al-Sham, Al-Mazloom, Al-Bahar, and Al-Yaman. It is home to several famous mosques, such as Al-Basha, Ukash, and Al-Hanafi, each with inspiring architecture and histories spanning centuries.
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The main stadium (King Abdullah International Stadium) is used for football, reaching a full capacity of 62,241 spectators. It is the biggest stadium in Jeddah, and the second biggest in Saudi Arabia
Jeddah Corniche has always been one of the city’s main draws. Following a major revamp in 2017, which added three new swimming bays, a winding pier and lush parklands, the area is now a must-see destination, blending seamlessly with Jeddah’s cosmopolitan appeal. Families will love the wide open spaces, where children can burn off steam in the designated playparks or splash about in the fountains. Adults can sign up for a selection of watersports on the beach, and hire bikes and cycle
Enjoy a night of rides and games at Al Shallal Theme Park, one of the most popular amusement parks in Saudi Arabia. This family-friendly park features thrill rides, gentle rides for kids, boat rides, arcade games, and a skating rink.
his aquatic zoo in Jeddah houses over 200 marine species including sharks, stingrays, sea lions, and seahorses.
he mosque was built at the edge of the Jeddah Corniche, a 30-kilometer stretch of coastal land filled with tourist attractions. While it does feature traditional architecture and Islamic art, this floating mosque also has a modern sound and lighting system for worship.
The Jeddah Super Dome (JSD) is a multi-purpose event space located on Madinah Road, west of King Abdullah Sports City, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It will be hosting all local and international exhibitions, conferences and events in the city. With 210m diameter, 46m height, and 34,636 square meters of covered area, the JSD becomes instantly notable for breaking two related building structure records. First, it is now the largest continuous (non-segmented, non-openable) dome