Located adjacent to the Masjid al Haram, Makkah Clock Royal Tower, A Fairmont Hotel offers the finest hospitality in the holy city of Makkah. Situated beside the Masjid al-Haram, this five-star hotel is one of the tallest buildings in the world.
Every one of the hotel’s 858 guest rooms and suites are thoughtfully and elegantly appointed - with extravagant amenities and five-star services that allow for peaceful reflection and repose.
Makkah Clock Royal Tower offers a variety of unique, full-service dining settings - from classic to contemporary, relaxed to refined. Among these, the Indian inspired Baharat, the Lebanese-inspired Al Dar and the locally inspired rooftop Al Dira restaurant offers seating for 227, 313 and 499 guests, respectively.
Makkah Clock Royal Tower will offer two distinct spa and fitness experiences: a men’s gym and a women’s spa, which includes a sauna, Jacuzzi and steam room.
A comprehensive range of business services is available, including a 24-hour business
centre with wireless high-speed Internet access.
Year renovated: 2010.
Number of floors: 29.
Number of rooms: 1542.
Accommodations offer city or courtyard views.
Beds come with Select Comfort mattresses, signature bedding and Egyptian cotton linens. In addition to separate dining areas, these individually furnished and decorated rooms include desks and sofa beds.
Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations with handheld showerheads and rainfall showerheads.
Guestrooms are all non-smoking.
All children under two years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged SAR 800 per night and person in an extra bed.
One child from two to 12 years is charged SAR 400 per night and person in an extra bed.
Maximum capacity of extra beds/baby cots in a room is one.
Aja - casual Asian noodle restaurant serving the freshest noodles, dim sum, soups and fried-rice dishes; wok stations; and a great selection of Indonesian cuisine, such as nasi goreng, bami goreng and mee goreng.
Al Dar - boutique-style Lebanese buffet with a shawarma station, plus table service of cold mezzeh on fine china, promises traditional tastes with a modern flair. The restaurant accommodates 313 guests.
Al Dira - in a palatial Saudi setting, prepare to be dazzled by a lavish buffet - an almost-endless selection of dishes ranging from authentic Bedouin to Levant - and live ouzi stations. The restaurant accommodates 499 guests.
Atyaf - casual, contemporary, all-day dining, featuring a kitchen theatre, a juice station, and a pizza and pasta station. The menu offers a meeting point of the cuisines of the Middle East, Asia, North Africa, the Levant and the Mediterranean.
Baharat - Indian buffet like no other, this restaurant features a striking tandoor station, authentic spice blends and a stylish, contemporary ambiance. It accommodates 227 guests.
Mazaq - extensive portfolio of coffees and teas - interpreted by our coffee and tea sommelier - awaits at this patisserie and lounge.
Mirkaz - street-side café shows its modern flair in both cuisine and decor.
Enjoy signature coffee roasts from around the world-accompanied by chocolate and sweets - in a relaxed environment.
The Grill - first à la carte fine-dining establishment in any hotel in Makkah, this steakhouse boasts a warm elegance and stylish presentation of the finest cuts of meat.
Zan - tastefully prepared Iranian specialties stand out in this refined, modern approach to traditional cuisine. The restaurant features an Iranian bread oven, delivering fresh-baked flavours.
24-hour room service is available.
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