The Ritz-Carlton Jeddah

The Ritz-Carlton Jeddah

This residence in one of Saudi Arabia's most important cities shines magnificently and pompously: the building's exterior alone is likely to impress the observer - after all, it towers high above the harbor promenade with its elaborately designed facade. Finally, the interior of the hotel can be marveled at with bated breath, as it boasts a great deal of splendor and generosity. At the Ritz Carlton in Jeddah, you can expect the usual princely ambience with the legendary service of this hotel chain, coupled with the obliging hospitality of the country.


Whether ceilings decorated with stucco, elements made of the finest wood, lavish chandeliers or high-quality furniture - the private rooms promise an atmosphere no less royal. In these rooms, every detail is stylishly coordinated. Luxurious coziness, combined with traditional Middle Eastern designs, is paramount here. Spacious, elegant bathrooms round out the comfort. The view of the Red Sea, the adjacent harbor and the city underlines the feeling of being in the middle of the action.
A big bedroom with a king size bed and a big chandelier in the middle, and a seating area in front of a big window with ocean view in the back
A bedroom with a king size bed and a balcony with ocean view in the back
A bathroom with a bathtub on the left and a double sink with mirror on the right


Simple, but full of flavor: Arabic cuisine is characterized by aromatic and skillfully used spices. At Reyhana, you may be surprised by culinary traditions of Asian, Arabic and Mediterranean cuisine. The Saltz restaurant lives up to its name by focusing on dishes refined with a wide variety of gourmet salts. But it's not just the taste buds that are brought to life - the eyes are also treated to a breathtaking backdrop at these venues. The finest pastries, on the other hand, can be enjoyed in the cozy Karamel Lounge: Here, sweet treats enchant every dessert lover. This is topped by fine confectionery from the Cake Boutique.


The Ritz Carlton is located in Jeddah near the convention center. The sea and the harbor are practically on the hotel's doorstep. As Saudi Arabia's most important port city, Jeddah is also a magnet for religious pilgrims. About 80 kilometers to the east lies Mecca, the religious center of Islam. The port as well as the Jeddah Waterfront with its works of art are at the top of the list when it comes to sightseeing. And other sights such as ancient ruins and mosques (floating above the water) offer interesting cultural insights. Traditional markets paint a picture of everyday Arab life and give you the opportunity to take home a memory or two.
A outside view of the Ritz Carlton hotel at night
A big lobby with a chandelier hanging in the middle over a table with flowers
The lobby of a hotel with various seating areas, marble floor and pillars


You can also visit the business district in the streets of Tahlia and Palestine, as well as museums and other historical sites. For families with children, there are also numerous amusement parks, which entice with many exciting attractions. Those who prefer it quiet and close to nature will find relaxation far from the hustle and bustle in the North Corniche park, which is landscaped with plants. A special pampering program takes place in the beautiful spa of the Ritz Carlton in Jeddah: Here, the precious salt of the Red Sea as well as the Taif Rose are used in the massage treatments. In addition, a wide range of sports equipment is available in the adjacent fitness area.
A whirlpool under a dome with dimmed light
The Spa of a hotel with dimmed light and marble floor