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Mecca Saudi Arabia Hotels & Motels

Find accommodations in Mecca with the hotel list provided below. Explore our guide for inexpensive and discount hotel/motel rates in or near Mecca, Saudi Arabia for your business or personal leisure travel. Discover the most popular Mecca motel and hotel rooms. Browse the Mecca area hotels to find the perfect lodging! Please use the provided map of the Mecca hotels.

Mecca Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Le Meridien Towers Makkah
Kudai Rd., Mecca, 21955 Saudi Arabia
  • Luxury 5-star Downtown property
  • 15 floors in property
  • Relatively high internet cost
  • WiFi system needs upgrading
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Infinity Hotel Makkah - Mecca Ajyad St., Mecca, 21955 Saudi Arabia
  • Luxurious Five Star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 15 suites
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Ramda Dar Alfaizean - Makkah Makkah Ajyad St., Makkah, 2309 Saudi Arabia ~1.57 miles northeast of Mecca
  • 4-star property
Al Shohada Hotel Makkah Ajyad Rd. Makkah Ksa, Makkah, 24231 Saudi Arabia ~1.63 miles northeast of Mecca
  • 2-star Downtown hotel
  • 444 rooms in property
Makkah Hilton Towers - Mecca Ibrahim El Khalil St., Mecca, 21955 Saudi Arabia
  • Luxury Five Star Downtown hotel
  • 31 floors in hotel
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Conrad Makkah : Ibrahim Al Khalil
Ibrahim Al Khalil, Mecca, 21955 Saudi Arabia
  • Luxury Five Star property
  • Hotel has 17 floors
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Durrah Tauheed Hotel Al Mesyaal St. Po Box 4616, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
  • Low-priced Airport property
  • Free comp. breakfast
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Hotel Pullman Zamzam Makkah
Abraj Al Bait., Mecca, 21955 Saudi Arabia
  • Luxurious 5-star Downtown hotel
  • 1312 rooms in property
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Mövenpick Hotel & Residences Hajar Tower Makkah in Mekka 17700 Makkah 21955, Mekka, Saudi Arabia ~1.80 miles north of Mecca
  • Luxurious 5 Star Downtown hotel
  • Check in time: 16:00 pm
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Elaf Ajyad Hotel in Mecca
Po Box 3917 Makkah Al Mukarramah, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • Furniture needs more attention
  • No internet services
Hilton Makkah Convention Hotel Jabal Omar Ibrahim Al Khalil St., Makkah, Saudi Arabia ~1.85 miles north of Mecca
  • Luxury 5 star hotel
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Makarem Ajyad Makkah Hotel - Makkah Ajyad Street. P O Box 6020., Makkah, 21955 Saudi Arabia ~1.85 miles north of Mecca
  • Luxury 5-star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 12 suites
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Intercontinental Dar Al Tawhid Makkah : Ibrahim Al Khalil St.
Ibrahim Al Khalil St., Mecca, Saudi Arabia
  • Luxury Five Star Downtown property
  • 143 suites in hotel
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Raffles Makkah Palace - Mecca
King Abdul Aziz Endowment, Mecca, 21955 Saudi Arabia
  • Luxury Five Star Downtown property
  • 209 floors in property
  • Excellent location
  • Room service is perfect
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Al Marwa Rayhaan by Rotana Abraj Al Bait Ajyad St., Mecca, Saudi Arabia
  • Luxury 5-star hotel
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Le Meridien Makkah - Mecca King Abdulaziz Rd., Mecca, 13700 Saudi Arabia
  • Luxury Five Star Highway hotel
  • Hotel has 19 floors
  • Weak signal
  • Service should be more professional
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Lulu Sherq Hotel - Mecca Mecca, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • 198 rooms in hotel
Ramada Dar Al Fayzeen Makkah Ajyad St., Mecca, Saudi Arabia
  • 3 star hotel
  • Check in: 2:00 PM
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Anjum Makkah in Makkah Makkah, Makkah, Saudi Arabia ~2.85 miles east of Mecca
  • 3 star hotel
  • Free breakfast
Hilton Suites Makkah
P.o. Box 40020, Makkah, 21955 Saudi Arabia ~2.85 miles east of Mecca
  • Expensive hotel
  • 480 rooms in hotel
  • Great Omelette Station
  • Coffee machine not working
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Cristalaat Al Aseel Hotel Mahbas Al Jin. Al Aziziah, Mecca, 21452 Saudi Arabia
  • 3-star hotel
Non Holiday Inn Hotel Makkah Al Aziziah
8334 Masjid Ash Shaikh Ibn Baz, Makkah, Saudi Arabia ~3.34 miles east of Mecca
  • 3 star hotel
  • Fitness + Health Center
Holiday Inn Jeddah Al Salam in Jeddah
King Khalid St. P.o. Box 6582 Makkah Rd., Jeddah, 21452 Saudi Arabia ~39.44 miles west of Mecca
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • 22 suites in property
Ramada Al Hada Hotel & Suites : Telefrique Station Ring Rd. Telefrique Station Ring Rd., Taif, Saudi Arabia ~40.07 miles east of Mecca
  • 3-star hotel
  • 6 floors in property
Jeddah Marriott Hotel in Jeddah
Palestine Rd. Corner Pr Fahad St., Jeddah, 21442 Saudi Arabia ~40.91 miles west of Mecca
  • Four star Downtown hotel
  • 210 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Great sized rooms, very comfortable with wonderful beds
  • Room needs to be redecorated
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'Find me here, in spirit if not sight, for that will redeem your life of sin in an instant.”

Mecca, as the line quoted above from the Holy Koran makes clear, is the holiest city in Islam, and hence, a matter of immense significance and pride for millions of Muslim devotees all over the world. So much is the importance of a visit to Mecca during the holy month of Hajj for Muslims that the city sees unprecedented scenes of crowd and frenzy during this period. 

Situated in an otherwise obscure valley, not too from the famous port of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, Mecca is also a thriving city that has been built solely upon religious tourism and peripheral businesses. The present population of Mecca easily crosses the 2 million mark, while during the holy months, anywhere between 6 and 15 million people are known to visit the city, putting the city through a sharp test of infrastructure and flexibility. 

But the city, barring few incidents of chaos in the street and stampede, has managed it all quite nicely so far, for over 1,000 years. Famed in scriptures as the birth place of the first prophet Muhammad, Mecca was also the place where the first ever sermon of piety was delivered to people by the prophet after a vision from the almighty. In the Holy Koran, the book of Muslim religion, it has been explicitly mentioned that every devout Muslim – as long as he or she can physically manage it – must visit Mecca at least once during their lifetime. 

So, to fulfil that ambition if you are Muslim, and at any rate, to witness the scenes of cultural and religious wealth even if you are not, you should make it a point to visit Mecca. As has always been the case, we will try our best to help you find the most suitable pick from various hotels in Mecca. 

Cheap Lodging in Mecca

Being a religious destination where most people go in order to make amends and seek peace from the almighty, it is not a surprise that Mecca is filled to the brim with various cheap hotels and other affordable lodging options. Many tourists coming here tend to bring large families along with them, and so, it makes all the sense that they prefer to stay at an affordable hotel instead of a luxury one. 

Although not too many of Mecca hotels are listed out there on the internet, our research has yielded some fantastic choices that you will hardly go wrong with. Mobark Plaza Hotel, for example, is an impressive property right in the heart of the city, nearby all the famous sites. What's more interesting is that it is quite cheap in comparison with other hotels in Mecca that are situated in this area of the city. Prices per night usually start at $25 all year round, barring the holy month when prices suddenly skyrocket to $70 per night. 

Dar Al Salam is a similar hotel that scores brownie points by providing free airport drop and pick-up to their guests. It's cosy and comfortable hospitality is good enough to make your stay in Mecca a pleasant one. 

Luxury Hotels in Mecca 

The very reason that has seen many cheap hotels spawn in Mecca is responsible for the lack of truly luxury lodging options here. Not a lot of people coming to Mecca care much about luxury anyway, as the principal motive of their tour is to visit the holy land. So, tourists may have a problem or two in finding posh resorts in this city. 

But that said, it's not entirely impossible to zero in on a hotel that is good enough to help you stay in a decent enough level of luxury, away from the hustle and bustle of busy streets of Mecca.

Without much competition, InterContinental Dar Al Tawhid becomes the top-most ranked luxury hotel in Mecca. InterContinental bears enormous market reputation, and they make sure to bring all of that to the fore with a fabulous property that leaves all of its patrons fully content. 

Mecca Makkah Palace, a popular tourist choice for many years, is also a good option if you are a fan of Raffles Chain of Resorts (based in Singapore). 

Independent and Boutique Hotels in Mecca

Various Mecca hotels do provide value for their money – but still, most fall short of achieving a truly warm hospitality. That's when boutique and independent resorts and lodges in Mecca become apparent and important, too. 

With such options, what you can get is a perfect balance between the security of a hotel and comfort of your house. You can rent studio apartments in posh neighborhoods of the city that have recently grown large in numbers. 

Holiday rentals are scarcely available, and to avail one, you will probably need some local ground connections or recommendations. 

Sightseeing Tips for Travelers Visiting Mecca

Visiting Mecca is the highlight of their lives for millions of tourists. So, it's only fair to expect your trip to Mecca go through without much hassle. 

For that to happen, however, you will have to be aware of some basic facts about the place. During Hajj, the city gets so crowded that it's common for people to get separated from their friends or family. Hence, being aware of that possibility can help you avoid much headache. 

Also, pickpocketing is quite rife in Mecca. Therefore, keep an eye on your valuables and make sure you don't carry a lot of cash on you. 

Best Time to Visit Mecca

The best time to visit Mecca is during the holy month (September/October/November). This is when Mecca is at its fullest glory as millions of devotees descend upon the city.

On the flip side, this could also mean that your trip will be too chaotic and hassle-filled. So, if you are okay with it, visiting Mecca around the year, barring the holy month, can also be a great idea. This will save you from the hassle of crowd as well as expensive hotel tariffs. 

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