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Swissotel Al Maqam Makkah
4.3/583 Reviews
Good service by house keeper Abdul Hakim also he so friend house keeping department is also excellent and the over roll service of the hotel is good also near the Haram our room no,3835 the service was excellent and supervisor Majid roll excellent job and very friendly
Al Ghufran Safwah Hotel Makkah
4.4/548 Reviews
A very strategic location adjacent to Masjidil Al Haram with various facilities and shopping places.
Hilton Makkah Convention Hotel
4.3/5139 Reviews
************* completed my umrah and the experience of the hotel was excellent . It was a total 7 minutes trip from my room to the haram. One thing I’ll say is that the breakfast does lack some variety but I guess it’s like that everywhere else. The service was great however when I called rooms service to provide some tea mugs they listen but didn’t fulfill the request. Maybe they forgot. Beds we’re comfortable and the layout was nice. We were upgraded to the partial haram view upon requesting it at check in. They upgraded without hesitation. For value this is a great hotel. 2 minutes from the hotel is Al baik and souk Al khalil which is a good option for food and shopping. Personally found Islamic attire cheaper here than the clock tower.
Hilton Suites Makkah
4.5/5116 Reviews
I would like to highly recommend Mr Muhammed from Trip .com, who handled my case very professionally and with great dedication during extremely special days of Hajj.
Makkah Clock Royal Tower, A Fairmont Hotel
4.3/553 Reviews
I arrived to the hotel at 10 and the lady in the reception told us to go and do the Omra and come back to get the rooms, I am a gold Fairmont member which was treated badly. We came back at 2:30 and noticed that the rooms are not ready and have been told that the check in time is 4PM, however before one day of arrival they called me to ask me what time do I want the room to be ready. Each customer receptionist was directing me to another where this wasn’t practical at all, image I was awake more than 12 hours and at the end of the day each on just throws me. Then after having a fight we got the rooms finally, I get to know that one of the rooms is full of insects and the other room is noisy from the neighbors. When I called to tell the reception after several fights they changed both rooms, we had to wait more than 15 minutes for the escalators. Overall my experience with this hotel is really baaaaaaad and wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. The only positive point was that it’s few steps to the Haram other than that nothing is worth it at all, even when you speak to someone from the receptionist they don’t reply as of they don’t listen and in my case I am a gold member plus trip advisor level 6, how if I was a normal guest what would happen. They made my day very hard and miserable
Al Safwah Royale Orchid Hotel
3.6/533 Reviews
I was there to perform my umrah, so my review would only be based as a guest using the hotel room to eat and sleep. My family stayed in room 1401 and 1402 which are connecting rooms. Rooms are quite spacious. Location of hotel is just opposite the kaabah and view out the window is also nice. However, room lacked basic normal hotel amenities. There is no complimentary toothbrush/paste, no bedroom slippers and no iron/stand. Only provide 2 clothes hangers for 1 room. Mini fridge is locked. Buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner are the same everyday and limited in variety. Plus points - hotel is near eateries and shopping area. Housekeeping staff are very friendly and helpful.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Introduction

Masjid Al Haram, also known as the Grand Mosque, is located in the city of Makkah, Saudi Arabia. It is the holiest site in Islam and holds great significance for Muslims around the world. The mosque surrounds the Kaaba, the black cubic structure believed to be the focal point of prayer for Muslims. Masjid Al Haram is not only a place of worship but also a symbol of unity and spirituality for millions of people.

Tips about Travelling to Masjid Al Haram

When planning your trip to Masjid Al Haram, it is important to keep in mind a few tips for a smooth and memorable experience. Firstly, it is necessary to obtain a valid visa to enter Saudi Arabia, as the country has specific entry requirements. Additionally, it is advisable to book your accommodations well in advance, especially if you wish to stay near Masjid Al Haram. This ensures that you have convenient access to the mosque and can maximize your time spent there.

Popular Things to Do and Experience

Visiting Masjid Al Haram offers a multitude of unforgettable experiences. One of the highlights is performing the Tawaf, the circumambulation of the Kaaba. This sacred act involves walking around the Kaaba seven times in a counterclockwise direction. Another significant ritual is the Sa'i, which involves walking seven times between the hills of Safa and Marwa, reenacting the footsteps of Hajar, the wife of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham).

The mosque's glorious architecture is also worth appreciating. The intricate design, adorned with exquisite calligraphy and patterns, reflects the rich artistic heritage of Islamic culture. Additionally, exploring the bustling streets and markets around Masjid Al Haram gives visitors a glimpse into the vibrant local culture and a chance to indulge in authentic Saudi Arabian cuisine.

Best Time to Visit and Clothing Recommendations

The best time to visit Masjid Al Haram is during the cooler months, from October to April. During this time, the weather is more pleasant, and the crowds are relatively smaller. It is important to note that the mosque experiences peak periods during the holy month of Ramadan and the Hajj pilgrimage. If you plan to visit during these times, expect larger crowds and make sure to plan your accommodation and transportation accordingly.

When visiting Masjid Al Haram, it is essential to adhere to the local dress code and show respect for the religious customs. Both men and women should dress modestly, with women covering their hair and wearing loose-fitting, non-transparent clothing. It is also recommended to wear comfortable shoes, as walking is a significant part of the experience within the mosque complex.

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