Located adjacent to the Masjid al Haram, Makkah Clock Royal Tower, A Fairmont Hotel offers the finest hospitality in the holy city of Makkah. One of the world’s tallest, this 76-story hotel is the focal point of the Abraj Al Bait Complex, part of the King Abdul Aziz Endowment Project. Among its outstanding features is a 40-meter (130-foot) Royal Clock, visible from 17 kilometers (10 miles) away, which will announce daily prayers to the Muslim world; meanwhile, the Lunar Observation Center and an Islamic Museum aim to preserve Muslim heritage for future generations. In addition to the opulent and elegant comfort of the rooms and suites offered at this five-star hotel, 76 state-of-the-art elevators allow easy access to the holy Masjid al Haram for prayers. And, at any time, nine exceptional dining venues will be available to accommodate intimate or expansive gatherings. Makkah Clock Fairmont Hotel Tower authentic hospitality is seen throughout 858 rooms distributed in 29 floors. Guests would have the privilege of choosing their rooms either overlooking the Kaaba - House of God – said to be built by Abraham and Ismail (Peace Be Upon Them), the Haram or the Holy City.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Makkah Clock Royal Tower
- King Abdul Aziz Endowment
- Abraj Al Bait Complex
- Saudi Arabia
Makkah Clock Fairmont Hotel Tower stands out modestly and respectfully as Makkah's second mark of distinction with an outstanding clock that can be seen from 17 kilometers away. It’s located in the heart of Makkah, adjacent to The Holy Mosque. Makkah is the holiest city in Islam and it has a very special place in every Muslim's heart. It’s where the Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) was born and right from the caves of its mountains received the divine orders from Allah (The Sacred and The Mighty) through the archangel Gabriel (Peace Be Upon Him) to start calling people for Islam. It lies approximately inland 73 kilometers east of Jeddah. Therefore, it's officially served by Saudi Arabia's main seaport on the Red Sea and Jeddah's International Airport as well. That Holy City, which witnessed a major turn in the history of religion, has a population of over 1.7 million of a very diversified Muslim culture since it's closed to Non-Muslims. During the last 1400 years, it has turned from a very important crossroad point for the caravans into a vibrant and lively city. Makkah is also known as Umm Al-Qura (The Origin of the Cities), Al-Balad Al-Ameen (The Secure City) and Al-Balad Al-Haram (The Sacred City).
Directions to Hotel
Located adjacent to the Holy Haram, Makkah Clock Royal Tower is just an hour’s drive from Jeddah’s international seaport and airport. To enter Makkah, all Muslims from outside Saudi Arabia are required by law to apply for a visa from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia embassy or consulate, except for citizens of countries belonging to the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC): Kuwait, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar.
For legal documents and visas, guests traveling to Makkah are highly advised to visit the Saudi Embassy or licensed Hajj and Umra operators in their country of residence.
Banquets & Meetings
More than 3,200 square meters (34,000 square feet) of ornate function space—replete with a full-service business center and professional staff—comprise 12 exceptional banquet rooms, one spectacular ballroom (with a VIP seating section), and eight state-of-the-art meeting rooms, along with pre-function areas.
Fine Dining on Site
Whether it’s an intimate, family dinner or a large, social gathering, Makkah Clock Royal Tower offers a variety of unique, full-service dining settings— from classic to contemporary, relaxed to refined.
High Speed Internet
Wireless high-speed Internet access throughout the hotel.
A women’s spa, which includes a sauna, Jacuzzi and steam room.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Disabled Access
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - Spa Facility
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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