Makkah

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Makkah, Saudia Arabia

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Get the celebrity treatment with world-class service at Makkah Clock Royal Tower, A Fairmont Hotel

Situated only 100 m from Masjid al-Haram, this 76 storey luxury hotel is one of the tallest buildings in the world and is inside Makkah Clock Tower. It offers a fully equipped fitness centre, hot tub, sauna and a steam room. It includes a 24-hour concierge services.

Every unit at the Fairmont Makkah Clock Royal Tower features an LCD TV and a spacious en-suite bathroom with a bathtub. The rooms also benefit from views of the Holy Ka’aba, the Haram or the Holy City.

Makkah Royal Tower Fairmont boasts 9 state-of-the-art dining venues, including the Indian-inspired Bharat, the Lebanese lounge Al Dar, and the Al Dira rooftop restaurant. The hotel also offers an extensive 24-hour room service menu.

Guests can enjoy a secretarial service, meeting rooms with a pre-function area, and a extra spacious ballroom for meetings and events. A media room with live broadcast capabilities is also available.

The hotel is part of the Abraj Al Bait complex which has 4000 shops and stores, featuring a full range of international brands. Makkah Clock Tower Hotel is just 2 minutes’ walk from the Grand Mosque and 6 km from Hira Cave.

This is our guests’ favourite part of Makkah, according to independent reviews.

This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Makkah! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.

Couples particularly like the location

Makkah Clock Royal Tower, A Fairmont Hotel has been welcoming Booking for Travel Smooth Reservation dept.

Country Saudi Arabia
Area 1,200 km2
Languages spoken Arabic
Currency Saudi riyal

Sports and nature

In pre-modern Makkah the most common sports were impromptu wrestling and foot races. Football is the most popular sport in Makkah, the city hosting some of the oldest sport clubs in Saudi Arabia such as, Al-Wahda FC (established in 1945). King Abdulaziz Stadium is the largest stadium in Makkah with capacity of 38,000.

Culture and history

Makkah's culture has been affected by the large number of pilgrims that arrive annually, and thus boasts a rich cultural heritage. As a result of the vast numbers of pilgrims coming to the city each year, Makkah has become by far the most diverse city in the Muslim world. In contrast to the rest of Saudi Arabia, and particularly Nejd, Makkah has, according to The New York Times, become "a striking oasis" of free thought and discussion and, also, of "unlikely liberalism" as "Meccans see themselves as a bulwark against the creeping extremism that has overtaken much Islamic debate"

Unfortunately there are no self-catering offers at this location at the moment.

Unfortunately there are no tour offers at this location at the moment.