Your session will expire in 5 minutes, 0 seconds, due to inactivity. Stay Logged In
Create PIN
All fields are required
If you joined IHG® Rewards Club at a hotel, then you will need to create a 4-digit PIN in order to access your IHG® Rewards Club account.
Unexpected Server Error
Your session has expired. Please sign in to your profile
We are sorry, our system is temporarily unavailable. Please try again later or contact the IHG® Rewards Club Customer Care Centre for assistance.
The 4-digit numbers entered must match.
Forgot PIN?
All fields are required
Unexpected Server Error
Your session has expired. Please sign in to your profile
We are sorry, our system is temporarily unavailable. Please try again later or contact the IHG® Rewards Club Customer Care Centre for assistance.
Don't have an email address in your profile?

Contact your local IHG® Rewards Club Customer Care to source your PIN and to update your profile with your email address. When you receive your PIN you can also update your email address via www.ihg.com/updateemail.

InterContinental Riyadh

Book Now
MoreFewer Options

* Required Field

** Best Available Rate Search does not include affiliation rates.

Manage A Reservation
Need to make changes to your reservation? You've come to the right place!
Already an IHG® Rewards Club Member? to view reservations.
View This Reservation

* Required Field

Manage A Reservation
Need to make changes to your reservation? You've come to the right place!
Already an IHG® Rewards Club Member? to view reservations.
View This Reservation

* Required Field

Concierge head shot
Majed Al Mohia
Chief Concierge

We welcome you to our luxurious Riyadh hotel. Whether you are visiting for business, pleasure or special occasion, we will do everything we can to make your stay as comfortable and memorable as possible.

Things to do
The Perfect Day

Morning

Start your morning at Al Bustan Restaurant with a sumptuous breakfast while gazing out onto our tropical garden. Then you can test your putting skills by playing a round on our own nine-hole golf course. For greenery of a different kind, take the 10-minute drive to Al Salam Park, where you can stroll among lawns and palm trees surrounding a beautiful man-made lake. From there, head to nearby Al Musmak Fortress, a mud brick citadel dating from 1865 that is now a fascinating historical museum.

Afternoon

Head to the Olaya District, Riyadh's commercial heart and try some authentic local dishes at Najd Village. If you're feeling adventurous, try the traditional Saudi way of dining, which involves squatting on the carpeted floor. After eating, you can shop for designer goods in the district's luxury boutiques or go for a camel ride in nearby Al Thumama Park. Then visit King Abdul Aziz Historical Centre, where you'll find the National Museum of Antiquities and Al Murabba Palace, built in 1934.

Evening

If you want to sample local life, head to a traditional café such as Al Shallal and order an Arabic coffee with a shisha, the iconic water pipe also known locally as a "hubbly bubbly." Then browse for Arabian arts and crafts, such as finely worked silverware and hand-woven carpets at the Souk Al-Zal, the oldest market in Riyadh. Back at the hotel you can refresh yourself with a dip in our indoor or outdoor pool, before finishing the day with mouthwatering fusion cuisine at Mondo restaurant.

Day
1
1440_hd_concierge_03_default-1
Did You Know?
  • Al Musmak Fortress

    The Al Musmak Fortress is the citadel that Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al-Saud captured in 1902 to regain control of the city. The fort, which dates from 1865, is built of mud bricks, with thick walls and imposing watchtowers. It is now a museum with an interesting collection of artifacts and photographs from a century ago

  • Almarai Farm

    Dairy production is concentrated around Al-Kharj in the south of Riyadh, where there are an estimated 120,000 head of cattle. Almarai has more than 24,000 cows on what is believed to be the largest dairy farm in the world.

  • Ancient Diraiyyah

    Just outside the capital is the ancient oasis town of Diraiyyah, dating from the 15th century and the spiritual home of the Al-Saud Family. The mud-brick buildings and palaces of ancient Diraiyyah have suffered the ravages of time but an extensive restoration programme is underway. Caves and palm trees abound in this town.

  • King Abdul Aziz Historical Centre

    The new King Abdul Aziz Historical Centre comprises a library, auditorium and the National Museum of Antiquities. Al Murabba Palace is also part of the centre and was built for King Abdul Aziz in 1934. It contains a series of rooms with displays of traditional handicrafts, weapons and furniture.

  • Saudi Shisha (Ghirac)

    Shisha is popularly known as 'hubbly bubbly'. It is a fruit-flavoured tobacco that is smoked using a pipe, served at selected places only.

What to Pack