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Ramada by Wyndham Hotel Riyadh
4/541 Reviews
The hotel is very nice and it has a lot of facilities. The staff are very welcoming and are always ready to assist guests. My hotel room was very nice and the bed was very comfortable. The bathroom was very nice and clean and I am glad it came with a bath! The resting area where the swimming pool was, was a very relaxing area. The only negativity I would hold is that the wifi is not very reliable and it always cuts out. I had a business meeting in my hotel room. I was able to complete it but with difficulty. Luckily I had topped my phone up with data, so I was able to use that. The breakfasts are mediocre as the cuisine primarily caters Arabic cuisine and western choices are very scant. The food was nice enough though. Thank you very much once again for everything.
Voco Riyadh
4.3/555 Reviews
Staff are a top of respect and morality, welcome and help to solve any problem, even if it's not related to residence. Thanks especially to Professor Renad for her elegant and beautiful efforts to facilitate my stay at a top in the wonderful hotel, the hotel is elegant and very clean, the room cleaning periodically, and the hotel location is close to everything you need.
Four Points by Sheraton Riyadh Khaldia
3.9/545 Reviews
The hotel has been the least favorite part of my trip to Riyadh! Although the hotel is in a far down-town area, I booked it expecting a certain level of service and product from a hotel such as Four Points by Sheraton. Upon arrival, I was asked to pay the entire stay in full ahead of my stay, which I normally do and cover upon check-out. When asking why, I wasn’t given an answer. Later on that same day, I came back from a meeting only to find that all elevators are out of service, even the Servic elevator. Having my room on the 17th floor didn’t help, so like many other guests, I stayed waiting in the lobby till someone could fix it. After around 15 minutes, one elevator started working again, but when going up to my room, and trying to go back afterwards on my way to another meeting, the elevators were again not working. This time, I had to wait for 20 minutes until they started working. There was an electrical problem with the elevators during the 4 days I stayed there. As for food, it was poor, whether through room service or main restaurant. I sometimes got items that were different from what’s described in the menu, and other times dishes that were completely tasteless, in addition to the poor food presentation. The staff are friendly and helpful, but unfortunately the stay was a disappointment.
InterContinental Hotels Riyadh
4.1/562 Reviews
Great Service but classic room is so old. Especially shower head is too old to take a shower. However, every staff is very kind and considerable.
Gloria Inn Riyadh
3.8/517 Reviews
At the time of check-in, we will catch up with Ramadan, and the hotel will charge breakfast for breakfast. Because of the room rate problem, Ctrip did not communicate well with this hotel, and the coordination was many times in the middle. Booking this hotel in China, Ctrip has a discount. I feel that this hotel is suspected of maliciously avoiding the offer and insists on paying at the hotel again at their price. Everyone staying at this hotel has to figure out the payment problem.
Tulip Inn Riyadh
3.4/545 Reviews
Considering some of the reviews on here saying this hotel is dirty, I'll personally tell you that some of the higher-end ”luxury” hotels in Riyadh are also no different. You get what you pay for. 100 GPB for two nights in a massive junior suite really isn't that bad. You get a comfortable bed, clean sheets, clean water in the bathroom. So the hotel is old, dated and the area is dirty. You're in Riyadh. There is trash everywhere in Riyadh. Yes, the hotel is in a dirty area, but they are in the process of redeveloping this area of Riyadh. Things will change for the better I think. Either way, it's not a bad hotel at all. It's not perfect, but if you complain about the little things, then go spend three times as much in a much ”nicer” hotel, and I guarantee you'll find things to complain about there as well. By the way, parking IS available, behind the hotel in a separate lot for 60 riyals per day.

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On Trip.com, it's easy to search for hotels in Riyadh. Book hotels in Riyadh via the Trip.com website or app, it's easy and hassle-free. You can stay 3-5 days at hotels in Riyadh without running out of things to do. Located in Saudi Arabia, Riyadh is a well-known and vibrant city.

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.

Trip.com offers discounts of up to 20% on 527 boutique hotels in Riyadh. The local average price is 82 USD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 27 five-star hotels in Riyadh at an average price of 233 USD per night. There are 41 four-star hotels in Riyadh at an average price of 106 USD per night. There are 29 three-star hotels in Riyadh at an average price of 65 USD per night. There are 7 two-star hotels in Riyadh at an average price of 47 USD per night. As a popular tourist city, Riyadh has many renowned chain hotels. In Riyadh, chain hotels such as Ramada are one of the top choices among travelers. If the comfort level of your trip is important, there are many choices in Riyadh, such as hotels under the Ramada brand. A popular hotel in Riyadh, Petal Hotel is also one of the highest rated. Holiday Inn Riyadh Al Qasr is also one of the most frequently chosen hotels.

If you stay at a hotel in downtown Riyadh, nearby attractions like Escape Arabia, Kindom Tower can be your first stop. For short trips in Riyadh, Wadi Namar, 60 Min Escape are all good options. The most popular attractions for tourists in Riyadh are 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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