Located within Jabal Omar complex development, Jabal Omar Marriott Hotel, overlooks the Holy Haram Grand Mosque.
Best known as the ‘birthplace of Islam’, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is rich in attractions filled with spiritual mystique and cultural charm. The old coral city of Jeddah reveals a splendid history through the twists and turns of its narrow alleys, while the historic district of Diraiyah tell the story of the steadfastness of the first capital of the KSA. The rock-hewn World Heritage Site of Mada’in Saleh, built by the Nabateans, is the country’s counterpart to Jordan’s Petra, while the ancient mosques in Al Jouf and Guatha give a glimpse into the history of Islam. For the more active, the Red Sea coast has world-class diving, Riyadh fulfils the modern travellers every wish, and of course, Mecca is the ultimate destination for the spiritual traveller, accessible by one of seven historical pilgrimage routes.
Experience Nice's vibrant culture and beautiful coastal hideaways. No hotel stay is complete without strolling through historic Old Town and relaxing at an outdoor café.
Take a trip northwest from the capital Riyadh to find Saudi’s second UNESCO World Heritage Site (declared in 2010) sitting on the banks of the valley Hanifa. Once serving as the Saudi royal family’s home (Al Turaif Quarter) during the first Saudi dynasty between 1744 and 1818, and the first Saudi capital up to 1683 (Ghusaiba Quarter), this ancient city points to a rich historical past.
On January 14, 1902, Abdulaziz bin Abdul Rahman bin Faisal Al Saud and his forces took control of this fortress in the hours before dawn. Made out of clay and mud-brick, this became the base to conquer and unite the different kingdoms and provinces that make up the modern Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It now houses a collection of historical artefacts about the event, the province, and the country.
In 622, after Muhammad (PBUH) arrived in Medina fleeing from persecution, he bought the land on which he would construct what is now the second holiest site in Islam. Subsequent Islamic rulers have greatly expanded and decorated it, now making it the largest mosque in the world. It now incorporates his final resting place as well as those for the first two Rashidun Caliphs, Abu Bakr and Umar.
At the bottom of a basin surrounded by sand dunes and 100 km west of Hail, Jubbah is the Kingdom's largest and oldest rock art site and its fourth UNESCO World Heritage Listed site. Featuring numerous representations of human and animal figures spanning 10,000 years, the caves have preserved unmatched examples of prehistoric carvings showing life in the desert millenia ago.
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