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Located on the Red Sea coast, Jeddah is Saudi Arabia's second-biggest city and one of the Kingdom’s most important modern commercial centres. Dubbed the “Bride of the Red Sea,” Jeddah has numerous mosques, marketplaces, museums, and recreational opportunities to keep locals and tourists entertained. Jeddah is a fantastic metropolis that serves as a gateway to Mecca, Islam's holiest city.

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Jeddah climate

Jeddah has an arid climate with a tropical temperature range. In January, the temperature averages 23.5 °C. Summers, on the other hand are hot and humid, with temperatures averaging 38/39 °C between June and August. The heat is oppressive due to the humidity from the sea.

Top things to do in Jeddah

Jeddah is a major Islamic tourist destination in Saudi Arabia, as well as the main entrance to Mecca, Islam's holiest city. It also serves as a gateway to Madinah, Islam's second-holiest city. As Saudi Arabia's second-largest city, Jeddah is home to a plethora of wonderful museums and historical sites, but it is also known for its modern attractions – and an incredible amount of Guinness World Records. Accor hotels are close to Jeddah's attractions, making your visit to this wonderful city an absolute joy. Choose from mid- or up-scale hotel brands such as Mövenpick, Mercure and Pullman among others and discover the grandeur of this ancient city. All you have to do is book online with ALL - Accor Live Limitless at one of our top hotels in Jeddah, including the best pricing and last-minute availability. Must-see attractions and unique experiences during your visit to Jeddah include:

Historic Jeddah, the Gate to Mecca

Historic Jeddah is a superb example of the Red Sea's architectural culture. Since it was proclaimed the official port of Mecca by the third Caliph Uthman ibn Affan in the seventh century, historic Jeddah has served as a symbolic gateway to Mecca for Muslim pilgrims arriving by sea. The city preserves the authentic and traditional setting in which mosques and philanthropic institutions, century-old businesses, stores, souks, cafés, restaurants and street food vendors still thrive. Extensive modern modifications have had little impact on the old residences, and the function and purpose of historic mosques for the community, as well as the majority of their original characteristics, have been preserved. Buildings have only had modest maintenance, leaving the old masonries and their embedded wooden beams untouched, maintaining the site's overall authenticity.

Al Balad

Al-Balad is the historical district of Jeddah. Founded in the seventh century, and serving as Jeddah's historical centre, Al-Balad was proposed for UNESCO World Heritage status by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities in 2009, and it was accepted in 2014. The Misk Historic Jeddah Initiative, a yearly festival held in Jeddah's ancient district, aims to promote Al-Balad's cultural significance. Visitors wander through the historic streets and alleyways during the event.

Jeddah Corniche

The Jeddah Corniche is a 30-kilometre-long coastal tourist area. The corniche, which runs along the Red Sea, includes a beachfront road, leisure spaces, pavilions and large-scale civic sculptures, as well as King Fahd's Fountain. The waterfront opened to the public in November 2017 with the objective of becoming a tourist destination.

King Fahd's Fountain

The King Fahd Fountain, a popular Jeddah landmark and a 30-year-old monument in the centre of the Red Sea, can be seen from across the city. Built between 1980 and 1983, the fountain was named after King Fahd, who presented it to the city of Jeddah. Its waters, which rise as high as 312 metres, embellish Jeddah's sunset. Instead of freshwater, the fountain uses saltwater from the Red Sea. The space is illuminated by around 500 LED lights.

Al Shallal Park

Jeddah's Al Shallal theme park ranks among the Middle East's popular amusement parks. The two-story entertainment structure in the park's centre houses an ice-skating rink and a themed section that is a popular hangout for kids. The park is designed to seem like a jungle, complete with life-size animal sculptures, lighting, and sound effects. The Amazon log-flume attraction is 1,800 square metres in size and has a lagoon with a 15-metre-high waterfall. There are various party rooms, an arcade, and seven restaurants in the entertainment complex.

Al Tayebat Museum

Take a trip to the Tayebat Museum for a fascinating glimpse into Jeddah's lengthy and cosmopolitan past, which has a wonderfully curated picture of the city's 2,500-year history. The museum is built in a multi-room structure that recreates typical Hijazi architecture of the ancient city, with bay windows topped with delicate wooden lattice work and decorative coral masonry. It is located in the Al Faisaliyah area. The museum provides a living history lesson on the establishment of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and the Arabian Peninsula as a whole, with multiple levels of in-depth displays. There is also a floor dedicated to the city's rich Islamic history.

Fakieh Aquarium

Fakieh Aquarium is Saudi Arabia's first public aquarium, providing education and pleasure by showcasing the wonders of the Red Sea's underwater habitat as well as marvels from other seas and oceans throughout the world. With over 200 species, including sharks, groupies, stingrays, Napoleon Wrasse, sea horses and Murrays, the Fakieh Aquarium continues growing the sea world. Every day, families may see the incredible dolphin and sea lion performances. Fakieh Aquarium is the place to go if you want to spend a day watching the wonders of the sea swim past, learning about life in the deep seas, or simply spending time with friends or family.

Globe Roundabout

Julio Lafuente, a well-known Spanish architect, worked for the city of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia in the mid-1970s to "beautify" the city via the construction of landmarks and monuments, and fulfilled this goal by creating unique architectural works that honour the culture of the region. The Globe sculpture, which has a surface area of 600 square metres and was erected in Italy, is intended to portray Mecca as the light and centre of the Islamic world when illuminated. The Globe Roundabout, located north of King Abdulaziz Road, near the Palace of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz and the Al-Murjan area, is a massive glass and steel building. During nighttime hours, it is lighted and comes to life, flashing turquoise light against the Saudi night sky.

Shopping in Jeddah

Jeddah is home to a wide variety of exquisite shopping destinations. Visiting them is a fantastic way to learn about the culture of the people who live there, as well as their unique and creative stores that showcase Saudi authenticity and individuality in local fashion, jewellery, home accessories, and the production of French and oriental perfumes. Take advantage of Accor's offers and book online at one of our top hotels in Jeddah near your favourite shopping area. Best Price Guaranteed!

Red Sea Mall

The Red Sea Mall, one of the largest shopping malls on the west coast of the Kingdom with a floor area of 242,000 square metres and an outstanding location near the seaside, provides an unrivalled shopping experience. There are about 600 fashion boutiques and shops, including high-end international brands, offering a wide range of items produced by well-known designers. The venue also includes various cafés and restaurants, as well as an entertainment area with karting and virtual reality games. Whether you are visiting to shop, eat or just spend the day, you will gain a fun memorable experience at the Red Sea Mall.

Mall of Arabia

With around 408 shops and stores, the Mall of Arabia is located 10 minutes from the airport and provides guests with a wide selection of boutiques. It is a popular destination with entertainment and retail outlets across a huge area of roughly 261,000 square metres. The shopping possibilities at the Mall of Arabia are limitless. You will discover high-end international labels like Coach, DKNY, and Michael Kors, as well as everyone's favourite fashion retailers like Zara, Stradivarius and Mango.

Jeddah Boulevard

One of the city's architectural gems is Jeddah Boulevard. A compelling design that spans a large portion of the Al-Shati neighbourhood. It is a perfect location for a luxurious shopping experience thanks to its huge assortment of speciality high-end local and international brands. Jeddah Boulevard, which opened in 2015, has quickly established itself as one of the city's most dynamic all-in-one retail locations. It has developed the notion of combining luxury and shopping into a single enjoyable experience. It is home to a diverse range of iconic brands, the greatest international restaurants, and a number of well-known cafés. The Boulevard is separated into three vibrant avenues with green plants along the corridors and water fountains and ponds adorning the area.

Le Prestige Mall

Le Prestige Mall is one of Jeddah's most attractive and affluent locations. This massive, magnificently built mall is ideal for roaming around its wide indoor areas, enjoying speciality coffee and dining at some of the world's most delectable foreign lavish restaurants. On King Abdul Aziz branch road, Le Prestige Mall is located in Al Shati district. It was created with the intention of being a one-of-a-kind luxury resort. Its magnificent traditional architecture, glass engraved ceiling domes, attractive spacious internal marble flooring, and plants-filled walks will enchant you.

Souks of Jeddah

Traditional souks provide Jeddah with a distinct cultural value. Jeddah's cultural openness is reflected in its souks' historic antique lanes and modern structures, which attract visitors from all over the world. It is a must-see for traditional local items, including souvenirs and handcrafted gifts. When visiting Historic Jeddah, you will come across its unique marketplaces, located in the centre of the bustling city. Marketplaces include Souk Al Badu, Souk Qabil, Souk Alawi, Souk Nada, Souk Al-Khaskeya, Souk Bab Al Makkah, and Souk Bab Shareef.

What to eat in Jeddah

Residents of Jeddah are a diverse mix of ethnicities and countries. The traditional cuisine of Jeddah has been greatly influenced by this combination of cultures.

Palm Restaurant

In a modern and friendly ambience with glass windows all around and a view onto the famous Tahlia Street, the Palm Restaurant provides a broad selection of excellent dishes, breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets, as well as an à la carte menu. The restaurant is located at Accor's 4-star hotel, Novotel Jeddah Tahlia Street, which is a 10-minute drive from Jeddah Corniche.

Views Restaurant

The buffet restaurant serves all-day meals. It offers à la carte meals as well as international cuisine. This distinctive restaurant is located at Accor's Mövenpick Jeddah.

Roof Top Garden

The sights are as inspirational as the relaxation at The Roof Garden. Enjoy a delicious Mövenpick coffee and, of course, Mövenpick Ice Cream in a variety of flavours. This unique experience restaurant can be found at Accor's Mövenpick Hotel Tahlia Jeddah. It is also home to Le Bistro, a magnificent garden patio with a stylish décor that serves lunch and dinner menus featuring a wide range of appetisers and salads, as well as beautiful live cooking stations and fresh seafood from the Red Sea and the Mediterranean; as well as Rasoi Michelin Star Chef Vineet Bhatia's innovation that combines traditional Indian meals with regional flavours.

Al Zohoor Garden

This distinctive international cuisine experience with a lively ambience and comfortable seating, set beautifully around the Mövenpick Jeddah City Star's swimming pool, creates an engaging and convivial ambiance. Al Deira Restaurant and Al Moltaqa Café are also housed at this 5-star hotel. Al Deira, offers sophisticated all-day dining restaurant with foreign buffets, themed nights, and an à la carte menu, while Al Moltaqa Café harkens back to the 16th century, serving the famed Mövenpick coffee, afternoon tea, refreshing mocktails and local drinks.