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DISCOVER SAUDI

With attractions ranging from archeological treasures to world-class fine dining, Saudi is currently undergoing a cultural transformation of epic proportions and is well on the way to establishing itself as a forward-thinking, modern travel destination. Authentically Arabian adventure, culture and heritage underpinned by remarkable hospitality — it’s all happening in Saudi. Read on to discover a handful of this historic land’s many unique experiences.

 

Regal Riyadh

As the capital of Saudi, Riyadh is one of the nation’s most important and popular cities — home to world-class shopping, historical museums, an innovative food scene and desert adventures. Wherever you end up in the city, the views are spectacular thanks to a sweeping urban landscape backdropped by the sprawling Saudi desert. It’s a vibrant city you’ll want to visit again and again.

Any cultural tour here would start in Riyadh’s old quarter, where you’ll find the 150-year-old Al Masmak Fortress and its famed citadel made from clay and mud. A few blocks away is the historic Souk Al Zal, the ideal place to stroll down numerous alleyways and cheerfully haggle over jewelry, spices, handicrafts, and souvenirs, just like locals have since 1901. Next, venture to the Saudi National Museum, the country’s largest, where eight massive exhibit halls give you plenty of space to explore and soak in the culture of Saudi.

Outdoor enthusiasts cannot visit Saudi without an adventure in the desert. We recommend heading out on an evening desert safari. After you try sandboarding for the first time, you can relax with a traditional dinner and stargaze in a complete, rapturous wander up into the clear desert skies. Another choice for nature lovers is the famous mountains of Jebel Fihrayn, found a short distance from the city. Better known as The Edge of the World, hikers here are rewarded with jaw-dropping, uninterrupted views of the surrounding plains from atop its 300-meter-high cliff.

 

Where to Stay

 

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FOUR SEASONS HOTEL RIYADH

Soaring over the city in the iconic Kingdom Tower, Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh offers a glamorous urban experience on the forefront of style and sophistication. Centrally located in the heart of the dynamic capital and just a short drive from businesses and main attractions, the hotel offers guests a glimpse into the destination with redesigned interiors that bring authentic Saudi heritage and craftsmanship to life, along with kind Saudi hospitality provided by its staff, through every interaction.

  • Ease stress with award-winning Spa and Wellness Center
  • Fitness Center includes a gym, personal training services, sauna, steam room, outdoor swimming pool, indoor and outdoor jacuzzis, and squash court
  • 7,213 square meters (77,640 sq ft.) of event facilities—ideal for both, large-scale galas, events and board meetings—offer unrivaled views of the city

 

 
 

Genuine Jeddah

Perched on the shores of the Red Sea, Jeddah originally made its name as the gateway to Mecca due to its proximity to the holy city. But now, the port city is rapidly growing as a top-tier tourist destination filled with exceptional hotels, restaurants, beaches, museums and souks. Just look at its historic Old Town area — a UNESCO World Heritage Site that charmingly showcases a history that dates to 552 B.C. — and you will fall in love with this city by the sea.

Water sports, especially diving, are very popular here as a coastal destination. You can’t visit Jeddah without a trip out on the water, and happily, there are loads of options at the Red Sea City, including yacht charters and sunset cruises. Underwater, though, is where the real magic happens, for this is one of the best places in the world to dive or snorkel thanks to stunning coral reefs to explore, shipwrecks to discover, and sea life to get up close and personal with.

If getting in the water is not your idea of fun, strolling along Jeddah Waterfront Park is a brilliant way to appreciate the city and its coastline. Walk along it far enough, and you’ll see a floating mosque — the stunning Al Rahma Mosque has been built overtop the Red Sea, giving the impression it is hovering serenely above. This impressive sight becomes even more spectacular at night as light streams through the structure’s intricate stained-glass windows.

 

Where to Stay

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ROSEWOOD JEDDAH

A flawless combination of cutting-edge technology, spectacular design and unprecedented sophistication, the Rosewood Jeddah was designed to cater to both the business and leisure traveler in complete harmony. The city’s only true ultra-luxury hotel occupies a prime location at the heart of Jeddah's corniche in the fashionable northern corner of the city and is within easy reach of the key business, diplomatic quarter and designer shopping districts.

  • 127 guest rooms and suites with stunning panoramas across the Red Sea
  • Renowned Rosewood personal butler service
  • Panoramic views of the Red Sea
  • Unparalleled rooftop to relax by the outdoor pool or work out in the gym

      

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