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Kingdom Centre

Park House
4.2/511 Reviews

Park House

Riyadh|0.68km from Kingdom Centre
DON’T EVEN THINK ABOUT COMING TO THIS AWFUL HOTEL even if it’s the last place on earth. I have never been disrespected, ignored in any business establishment like this so called hotel suits. Read what happened and judge for your self. My reservation was confirmed by this hotel on Monday31 of January for three nights starting on Wednesday 2nd of February. I had no contact from the hotel representative and to make sure everything is alright, I tried calling. Unfortunately, the hotel number was disconnected. I thought that since my family are in their way from out of Riyadh I should go there and make sure and that’s where the show began. I arrived at 2 PM. At the front desk, a man eating a sandwich and yelling screaming at one of the workers was setting. I approached him and ask about my reservation. He confirmed and said it will be ready around 4 pm. I told him that it is stated that check in is at 3 pm. He said it depends. I sat in the lobby waiting. Then I heard the worker saying that two rooms are ready. Meanwhile, the man on the front desk was talking to a family saying that all booking are cancelled and the property has been closed due to maintenance. I quickly went to the guy and ask him about the situation. He said yes all bookings are cancelled. I tried to explain to him that you told me to wait and I heard the worker saying two rooms are ready. He said we closed the hotel. I instructed him to connect me with manager. He said I’m the manager and the owner and with a smile he said “surprised you right”. More that three families were in the lobby at that time. All came to see if this guy is serious. He told everyone that he’s the owner of the place and he cancelled all the bookings with a careless smile on his face. Now, I have been to more than 4 continents, visited numerous countries, and stayed in hundreds of hotels, motels, and homes, I have never ever in my life had seen a poorly managed property. I felt like the owner and the manager is intentionally belittling and controlling his clients because they paid have nowhere else to go. Among the people waiting was an old sick woman came from Qassim and was pleading to get a room that she paid for and the guy refused and said we closed the hotel for maintenance. Why I was informed to wait and then 15 minutes before check in I’m told that the hotel is on maintenance? How is the hotel on maintenance and I see family entering their rooms? What about the worker who said two rooms are now ready? Finally, why the careless attitude and unapologetic behaviour towards people coming to this place? My: stay away from this place even if it’s the last place on earth.

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Al Faisaliyah Center

Ewaa Express Hotel - Al Olaya
4.1/58 Reviews

Ewaa Express Hotel - Al Olaya

Riyadh|0.33km from Al Faisaliyah Center
Mid-summer, during corona might not be the best time to visit Riyadh, but I don't know that there is any good time to visit the Petal Hotel. My friend had stayed at the Petal previously and had a good experience. Unfortunately, that is no longer the case. We booked our room via Booked.Net (possibly mistake #1, the jury is still out on that. (we paid SAR 963)). The front desk manager could not find our fully paid reservation but said not to worry, he would give us a ”discount” and an upgrade if we paid again. Another 1200 SAR later, we were shown two rooms and given our choice. The rooms were identical to the ”executive” room we had paid 963 for. Later that evening, a second front desk manager, who did not speak English well, but was friendly, showed us the confirmed/paid reservation from Booked.Net. We said we would speak with the first manager who spoke better English about it in the morning. Long story short, the first manager had absolutely no interest in helping us resolve the issue of paying twice. As far as he was concerned, it was no fault of the hotel's and we should work with Booked.Net on getting our money back. We will see. If Booked.Net steps up to the plate, they will receive a good review. So, here we are in the ”executive room.” I would say there are currently no good views out of any of the rooms. There is construction going on in the front of the hotel. The room furniture is old and shabby. The carpet is stained and old. The toilet ran constantly, only stopping after multiple jiggling of the handle. The light by the mirror is poor and the quality of the provided lotion, shampoo, and shower gel is mediocre. The room-service menu had obviously been soaked in water and allowed to dry. There was nothing available in terms of information about TV channels or things to do in Riyadh. Only two water bottles were provided (this in a place where one does not want to drink the tap water.) It may be telling that in order to reach Room Service, one dials 666. We had purchased breakfast, but were told repeatedly that we were eligible for only one breakfast the first day. The second and third days we received two breakfasts only after my friend went down and insisted. Overall the breakfasts were decent but don't expect to get the freshly squeezed orange juice on offer. Day 1 we received one glass of apple juice, days 2 & 3 we received some sort of fruit punch. Because of COVID-19, the pool, gym, and restaurant are all closed. I fully understand the limitations that COVID is putting on tourism and businesses. However, I have been to three other hotels this summer in Saudi and was treated very well at the other three. The Petal was by far the worst of the lot.

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Al Muhaidb Al Takhassosi Abaqrino
3.5/53 Reviews
Facilities: Old. The air conditioner is noisy like a tractor. Hygiene: clean Environment: The neighborhood is relatively prosperous, with McDonald's opposite Service: average The biggest problem: Ctrip got the hotel wrong. The actual hotel was not this one at all, and the address was wrong! ! ! There are many hotels called Armheid here, but the actual hotels I stay in are two-star and chain hotels. . . The address given by Ctrip is about a few hundred meters away from the actual hotel, diagonally across the road.
Swiss International Royal Hotel Riyadh
3.8/512 Reviews
I spent 2 nights here. When I first arrived, they gave me a free upgrade, which was nice. However, the location is very noisy. There is a lot of traffic noise. But is also a large construction site next door which had digging noises from sunrise to sunset every day. My room was ok, but the wifi signal was quite poor, and dropped often. On the 2nd day, I returned from dinner to find housekeeping cleaning my room after 7 pm, which is ridiculous. In their rush to finish, they forgot to replace the bath towels that they removed, and left their master keycard in my room. A half hour later, they were knocking on my door to retrieve the key card. This was a minor annoyance, more than anything. The issue that was not minor was how they treated me when I asked if they could print my departure COVID19 test result. At first they agreed, but the print out was extremely poor quality (it looked like a bad photo copy). When I requested that they try a different printer, they insisted that there wasn't one. When I asked where I could go to print myself, they called their manager. He agreed to print in his office (clearly the claim that there were no other printers in the hotel was a blatant lie). I waited in the lobby for the manager to return. After waiting 20 minutes I gave up, and returned to my room. Thirty minutes later they brought a good printing up to my room. This process should not have been so difficult. The bed was comfortable, the AC worked well. The underground parking garage was nice too. I doubt that I will return, when there are so many other options in Riyadh.
Fraser Suites Riyadh
4/564 Reviews
Really good iftar and the team is perfect, Good quality is good Service and staff working there was good Reception greated me very well And they all smile when trying to serve you Alao I tried to call them to make a reservation they were great
Ascott Rafal Olaya Riyadh
3.8/531 Reviews
I just checked in around 7:30 pm with a fully paid booking , the lady at the reception told me sorry we only have one room available and its (smoking) , i told her but i dont smoke , i dont mind as long as the room doesn’t smell like smoke if it does i will want to change it, she said ( even if you want to change it, it doesn’t matter because this is the only room available) . I went to the room cause I’m tired and it smells very bad , no windows or balcony. I called them and they sent someone with air freshener. So I’m literally forced to stay in this room with no other options and no curtesy or mindfulness of my preferences. Very bad experience from the first 5 minutes I stepped in the hotel.
Manazel Al Diafa Serviced Apartments
3.9/54 Reviews
Very nice and comfortable place. Excellent staff. Sure I will book it again and again
Al Muhaidb Hotel Apartments 24
3.1/51 Reviews
Quiet and comfortable hotel

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Highest Price£1,536
Lowest Price£38
Number of Reviews5,086
Number of Hotels5,339
Average Price (Weekdays)£188
Average Price (Weekends)£182

Riyadh Hotel Guide

Looking for hotels in Riyadh? is a great place to start. There are many discounted hotels on Located in Saudi Arabia, Riyadh is a well-known and vibrant city. Riyadh is a city with tons of tourist attractions. You'll never want to leave!

For those traveling for business and tourism, King Khalid International Airport is the preferred choice when visiting Riyadh. If you don't want to take a flight, coming to Riyadh by train is a good choice as well. offers discounts of up to 20% on 527 boutique hotels in Riyadh. There are many well-known chain hotels in Riyadh. Ramada is the most popular brand among tourists. If the comfort level of your trip is important, there are many choices in Riyadh, such as hotels under the Ramada brand. Four Points by Sheraton Riyadh Khaldia in Riyadh is a favorite among users. Many tourists also stay at Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh.

If you stay at a hotel in downtown Riyadh, nearby attractions like Escape Arabia, Kindom Tower can be your first stop. If you want to spend a fun vacation with your family, locals recommend visiting Wadi Namar, 60 Min Escape. You can also visit top-rated attractions like King Khalid Grand Mosque, Princess Latifa Bint Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Mosque, King Abdullah Park. Upon departure, you can head to popular commercial areas like Tahlia Street, Granada Center, Sahara Mall to buy souvenirs or travel accessories.

Average Temperature

• January to March: 20.27°C during the day, 14.36°C at night

• April to June: 34.57°C during the day, 27.7°C at night

• July to September: 38.63°C during the day, 31.34°C at night

• October to December: 24.99°C during the day, 18.71°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 16.1 cm

• Summer: 9.83 cm

• Autumn: 0.1 cm

• Winter: 6.97 cm

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