Hotels Jeddah Saudi Arabia
There are a lot of new Jeddah hotels, ranging from one star to five stars, and new ones are being built. Famous hotels are Mercure Grand Golden Jeddah, Mövenpick Hotel Jeddah, Golden Tulip Hotel Jeddah and InterContinental Jeddah. The city also has numerous resorts, such as Durrat Al-Arus, Al-Nawras Movenpick resort at the Red Sea Corniche, Crystal Resort, The Signature Al Murjan Beach Resort, Al Nakheel Village, Sands, and Sheraton Abhur. Most of them preserve the Red Sea marine life and offshore coral reefs. The increasing occupancy rates of hotels in Jeddah and other accommodations every year depends on the number of tourists and hajj pilgrims.
Jeddah is the principal gateway to Mecca, Islam's holiest city and Medina, the second holiest place in Islam. In the last few years, Jeddah (Jiddah) received more than 2.5 millions pilgrims per year. Jeddah tourism is a promising and booming industry. Jeddah also called Paris of Arabia is the wealthiest Saudi Arabian city.
SHOPPING IN JEDDAH
Jeddah is a very good place for shopping: Prince Mohammad bin Abdul Aziz Road (former Tahlia Street) is thé shopping street in Jeddah, many upscale department shops and boutiques are found there, they include: Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Burberry, Chanel, Giorgio Armani, Versace, Massimo Dutti, Tod's and more. One of the most important streets in Jeddah is King Abdullah Street, from east to west Jeddah, with its many corporate offices and commercial developments and future business disitrict. The Al Hamra Palace - King Abdullah Branch Hotel is one of the King Abdullah Street hotels. Jeddah has many four and five star hotels with all the facilities and service you want, they include swimming pools, spa and wellness centres and beauty and body treatments.