An oasis in Riyadh, this hotel is surrounded by 100 acres of mature gardens and features a 9-hole golf course, floodlit tennis courts and an outdoor swimming pool. Conveniently located, the hotel is just five minutes from Riyadhs business districts and 30 minutes from King Khaled International Airport. If exploring is your aim, discover ancient Saudi Arabia in Old Ridyah, or visit the scenic Al Thumama Park offering traditional camel rides, browse local souks or relax in Arabic coffee shops.
Coffee maker in room
Safe deposit box
Car rental desk
Desk with lamp
Hairdryer in room
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King Khaled International Airport, (RUH), 43.00, KM, N;
Nearby points of interest
Museum of History and Archaeology: 2.4 mi
Al Musmak Castle: 2.8 mi
Kingdom Center: 3.2 mi
Al Katem Restaurant
Tip: The waiters are very friendly and will help you choose the best specialty of the day.
Traditional Saudi restaurant where they serve typical pressure-cooked Arabic food.
Arabic Food Court
Tip: No waiter service. Order from the food displayed on each stall. Prices are very affordable.
This is a food court where various stalls offer different kinds of traditional Arabic cuisine including Turkish, Lebanese and Syrian specialities. It looks
Tip: Eat comfortably by removing your shoes, squat like a local and use your hands to eat (washrooms are provided).
This Bedouin-style restaurant is popular among visitors. Waiters are dressed like Bedouins and offer all the traditional Saudi specialit
Tip: The restaurant opens for dinner at 7pm, but the best time to go is 8pm.
Set in a traditional Arabic setting, this restaurant serves local cuisine.
Tip: You can choose how you want your meat to be cooked.
A very unique restaurant with a special menu featuring ostrich, rabbit, quail, pigeon and duck.
Tip: The specialty is ostrich meat.
This restaurant offers healthy dining options.
Burj Al Hamam
Tip: Opens for lunch and dinner. Try the excellent Lebanese appetisers.
This famous Lebanese restaurant is definitely worth a visit.
Tip: Ask for a table overlooking the street.
This is French cuisine at its finest. The restaurant has a true Parisian flavour.
Tip: The seafood is definitely recommended.
Excellent Chinese cuisine in an atmospheric Chinatown setting.
Indian Summer Restaurant
Tip: Open for lunch and dinner. Try their main courses on Thursdays and Fridays.
A wide variety of Indian dishes are served in a traditional Indian setting.
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