Riyadh: The crossroads of Saudi Arabia's past, present and future Saudi Arabia's capital city, glittering with modern skyscrapers, surges from the surrounding desert. Riyadh is home to over 5 million people and continues to grow rapidly. Two dramatic architectural landmarks, Al Faisaliyah Centre and Kingdom Centre, define the skyline and provide breathtaking views of the sprawling city and dunes below. For a comprehensive overview of Arab history, art, and culture, visit the National Museum at the King Abdul Aziz Historical Centre, and the 19thC Masmak fortress, stormed by Ibn Saud in 1902 to return Riyadh to Saudi control. More of the old city of Riyadh can be discovered in the Qasr Al Hokum district, where traditional markets like the Antique Souk al-Thumairi peddle jewellery, carpets, brassware, spices and clothing. Be sure to bargain for the best prices! Hundreds of contemporary retail options also await visitors to Riyadh, thanks to its many malls and shopping streets. Exclusive brands dominate the Olaya district, especially at the Mamlaka Mall (in the Kingdom Tower complex) and the Faisaliah Mall. The Sahara Mall boasts over 180 shops, as well as the city's largest food court.

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4.67 k.m from the city centre

The 24-hour hotel is located 30 km from King Khalid International Airport and offers free parking. Kick off a day of meetings in Riyadh, in our spacio...

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