Address Jabal Omar Makkah hotel opens in Saudi Arabia

Address Jabal Omar Makkah hotel opens in Saudi Arabia

New hotel overlooks the Holy City

Address Hotels and Resorts has announced the opening of its latest property, Address Jabal Omar Makkah, in the Holy City of Makkah, Saudi Arabia.

Nestled in the Jabal Omar development, the largest hotel within the Address Hotels and Resorts portfolio, Address Jabal Omar Makkah comprises 1,484 rooms and suites. 

The property is located in close proximity to the sacred Holy Kaaba and Al Masjid Al Haram, along with the Makkah Museum, Masjid Al Jinn, Jannat al-Mu'alla Cemetery and the iconic Abraj Al Bait Towers. 

Designed by the world-renowned architects Foster & Partners, the towers of Address Jabal Omar Makkah span more than 5,000 square metres and the development includes a commercial area featuring a diverse range of shops, showcasing local, regional and international brands.

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Room categories range from Deluxe Rooms to the three-bedroom Presidential Suite and four-bedroom Penthouse.

Guests can choose from four restaurants, two lobby lounges and two club lounges. The hotel's signature dining venue offers traditional Hejazi cuisine and other Saudi Arabian specialties, where live cooking stations showcase international flavours alongside time-honoured delicacies.

The hotel will house the first-ever Foot Spa by Address Hotels and Resorts as well as a fitness centre, equipped with the latest Technogym equipment.


Head of Emaar Hospitality Mark Kirby said: "Its prime location makes it the preferred choice for those seeking to deepen their spiritual connection. With state-of-the-art prayer facilities, the hotel offers all the amenities necessary for a meaningful and unforgettable pilgrimage experience. 

"Whether guests are here for Hajj, Umrah, or to enhance their spiritual connection, Address Jabal Omar Makkah Hotel is the optimal starting point for their journey."

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