Kuwait City

Kuwait: Discover the delights of the Kuwaiti capital Kuwait City lies on the natural deep-water harbour of Kuwait Bay, on the Persian Gulf. Kuwait's capital city is also its economic, political and cultural centre, home to the constitutional monarchy's National Assembly and the Kuwait Stock Exchange, the second-largest stock exchange in the Arab world. Kuwait City features both traditional Islamic architecture and modern, Western-style buildings; the painted steel Kuwait Towers are iconic fixtures of the skyline. The gracefully twisting Al Hamra Tower is the world's tallest sculpted building and a destination for luxury shopping, fine dining and cinema. At the huge Grand Mosque, worshippers pray under a 43m high dome, and visitors can tour the impressive site with a guide. In addition to sophisticated shopping centres like The Avenues, Souk Sharq and the Marina Mall, be sure to explore the traditional Souk Al Mubarakiya market for gold, jewellery, and typical Middle Eastern products. The Kuwait National Museum and adjacent Al-Sadu House are superb places to appreciate Arab history and culture. Al Sadu's gift shop offers unique and authentic Bedouin weavings to take home.

Our hotels in Kuwait City

5.50 k.m from the city centre

15 minutes from Kuwait International Airport, all 160 rooms feature Sweet Bed by ibis, free WiFi, and flat-screen TVs. Ibis Business card holders save...

7.19 k.m from the city centre

Ibis Kuwait Salmiya delivers both in a modern economy hotel just 20 minutes from Kuwait International Airport. Guests can enjoy breakfast from 4 a.m. ...

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