Accommodation options are limitless in the Bride of the Red Sea, Jeddah. Yet, the purpose of your visit will make the decision for you. If it is tranquility and leisure on Jeddah’s shores you desire, or perhaps the overcoming feeling of absolute luxury, then take a look at the following list:
Narcissus hotel has a sea cost view of Jeddah’s north coast. Luxury is another name for the hotel, opulence is a committed guest companion. The resort features 60 villas that vary in size and amenities, from Junior Villa, Premium Villa, Executive Villa up to Royal Villa. The gentle sea breeze will rustle you as you dine in one of the lined-up Saudi and international restaurants, like Italian and Argentinian cuisines. For moments of relaxation, you can book an appointment in one of the largest spas in Jeddah, Narcissus Spa.
The village has comprehensive hospitality offerings like hotel rooms, suites, apartments and even villas. Makarem boasts a modern contemporary vibe. Some accommodations have unmatched views of gardens. To complement Jeddah’s tourism experience, there is a private guest beach with a restaurant, which serves Arabic and international dishes, and Marina Plaza café with the Seaview.
Mövenpick Resort Al Nawras appears as an island that stands on gleaming waters due to the reflecting sunlight by day, and by the moonlight at night. Each residential villa has a private garden and private pool, with total privacy, as well as a prime view of the Red Sea.
Durrat Al Arus was the first private beach to be established in Jeddah and still welcomes guests today. Located approximately 40km north of Jeddah, Durrah boasts with more than 1,000 beach villas, its own diving school, marina, and even an amusement park. With villas available for daily rental, Durrat is a lively resort and incredibly popular with the locals. The wide range of activities makes it a great choice for families.