Saudi Arabia is highly accessible because it has become a transport hub at the crossroads between the east and west. Its ultra-modern airports serve dozens of airlines with connections to all kinds of cities around the world, so, wherever you are travelling from, you are guaranteed a pleasant journey. Once you have touched down, there are various ways you can reach your ALL holiday resort, including car rentals and taxis.
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Our luxury resorts in Saudi Arabia
Explore our resorts in Saudi Arabia
You have not tasted luxury until you have visited Saudi Arabia’s wellness resorts: experience opulence of the kind you will find nowhere else.
About Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is famed for its opulent lifestyle, and ALL’s luxury resorts in the country certainly don’t disappoint in this regard. As well as delicious restaurants and exciting things to do, travellers will be able to see immaculate beaches and dazzling cityscapes from their ALL holiday resort in a destination which truly offers something for everyone.
Frequently asked questions
There are so many things to do in Saudi Arabia, but if you are staying at the Mövenpick Jeddah Al Nawras luxury resort, we recommend you pay a visit to King Fahd’s Fountain. Spurting water to an amazing height of 800 feet, this is the world’s tallest fountain and a true sight to behold. Alternatively, if you plan to stay at the Mövenpick Al Khobar Beach Resort, you will want to check out the Prince Faisal bin Fahad Sea Park for its stunning views of the Arabian Gulf. As well as some lovely natural landscapes that host various flocks of migratory birds every year, the park is home to some great international restaurants.
Saudi Arabia is famed for its hospitality and certainly has the restaurants to match. Whatever your style, you are sure to find just the right spot for your every craving. The Mövenpick Al Khobar Beach Resort, for example, is home to Azure where guests can peruse a menu filled with seafood, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern delicacies while they gaze out over a beautiful waterfront from their wellness resort. Alternatively, La Casa specialises in always-popular Italian cuisine and has a pleasantly relaxed vibe, making it ideal if you are visiting as a group or want some downtime after a long day exploring.
Saudi Arabia has some wonderful spa resorts that you will undoubtedly want to visit during your time in the kingdom. From sensory treatments to saunas and delicious massages of all descriptions, you will find everything you could hope for in the country’s wellness resorts – the only tricky part will be deciding which ones to visit! ALL’s holiday resorts are also designed for guests’ relaxation. The Mövenpick Al Khobar Beach Resort, for example, has 36 secluded villas and a private lagoon beach, so it is ideal for couples and families looking to get away from it all in their own little hideaway.
Saudi Arabia’s holiday resorts are a fantastic winter destination because from October to March, temperatures dip from their extreme summer peaks without ever becoming cold. It is ideal for anyone looking for some sun when the weather back home is wet and grey. If you plan to visit some of the country’s archaeological sites, this is definitely the best time to be there because there is little shade out in the desert. In summertime, temperatures climb very high, but note that lots of wellness resorts in the country offer air conditioning.