Makkah Clock Royal Tower
Makkah Clock Royal Tower, part of the Fairmount hotel corporation, is a luxury hotel that is located on the doorstep of the Masjed al Haram, or Grand Mosque.
In the heart of the historical holy city, it is a beacon for pilgrims throughout Mecca. The focal point is the 130 foot high Royal Clock that is visible from over 10 miles away and remains a key part of the city's famous skyline. The clock tower is responsible for announcing daily prayers to the Muslim world.
The 76-storey hotel complex is part of the King Abdul Aziz Endowment Project and delivers elegant surroundings and outstanding hospitality to guests. A total of 858 rooms with a range of suites, and doubles or triples are fitted with modern furnishings and comfortable sleeping and bathing facilities.
Guests can choose whether to overlook the Kabaa (House of God), the Haram or Holy City. Whichever choice you decide, you will be blown away by the spectacular sight, especially at sunrise. Additionally, a large fleet of elevators allows easy access for the Muslim community wishing to embark on Masjed al Haram for their prayers.
Whether you want to hold an intimate celebration, family dinner or social gathering there is adequate function and meeting rooms if you would like to conduct business and excellent catering options, including the Lebanese themed rooftop venue, Al Dira.
King Abdul Aziz Endowment, Abraj Al Bait Complex, P.O. Box 762, MeccaView Larger Map
- All Ages