Jeddah: Discover Saudi Arabia's portal on the Red Sea While Jeddah is known as the “Gateway to the Holy Cities” of Makkah and Medina for worshippers making the Hajj pilgrimage, its many attractions lure visitors throughout the year. Thanks to its prime location on the Red Sea, the Saudi Arabian city is a magnet for scuba divers eager to swim along pristine coral reefs in crystal clear waters that offer incredible visibility. Jeddah's Corniche, a welcoming 35 km seaside promenade punctuated with unique sculptures, is the perfect spot for admiring the colossal King Fahd fountain, the tallest in the world at 312 m high. Jeddah is also the kingdom's most important commercial hub and is famous for its superb shopping, whether in the Mall of Arabia, the Red Sea Mall or in the chic boutiques of Tahliya St. Traditional items can be found in the historic souks in the fascinating Al-Balad old town – multistorey houses made from coral still line the narrow alleys of this UNESCO World Heritage site. Al-Balad's Fish Market brings the bounty of the Red Sea to market every day, and local seafood features prominently in Jeddah's many restaurants, which offer delicious and diverse cuisines.

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1.26 k.m from the city centre

The hotel features 139 spacious modern rooms, which all offer AC, minibar, free WiFi, coffee/tea facilities, a safe box, and satellite TV. Relax besid...

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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