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    Drr Ramh Hotel Apartments 1, Riyadh
    5.7

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    Four Roses Residents, Riyadh
    7.6

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    Plaza Inn Business Hotel, Riyadh
    7.8

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    Drr Ramh Hotel Apartments 5, Riyadh
    7.1

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    Nozol Aram 3 Hotel Apartments, Riyadh
    7.7

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    Hotelier Al Izdehar, Riyadh
    6.8

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    Riyadh was highly rated for business by 50 guests from the United Kingdom! Riyadh travel guide

    The Capital of Old and New

    The Saudi Arabian capital, sprawling Riyadh is a mix of historic monuments and ultra-modern skyscrapers. On a plateau surrounded by desert, it is one of the Middle East’s richest cities, so there are several 5-star hotels in Riyadh.

    This wealth is also evident in modern architecture, particularly the Kingdom Centre, a perfectly sculpted building looking strangely like a bottle opener. Lit at night, it has an observation deck offering fantastic city views.

    On its bottom floor is a shopping mall, and there is another within Al Faisaliyah, the country’s 1st skyscraper. Riyadh is a shopping paradise and yet more malls are on wide, palm-lined King Fahd Road. This king also gave his name to King Fahd Stadium, home of the Saudi football team.

    Unusually for a capital, King Khalid International Airport is right in the city centre and there are lots of Riyadh hotels near the airport on Booking.com. South, in Al Murabba, is the King Abdulaziz Historical Centre, site of the Saudi Arabia National Museum. Further south in Dirah is 19th-century Al-Masmak fort with souks and mosques nearby.

    Wherever you stay, remember that Saudi Arabia is a deeply Islamic country and that local customs should be respected. Men and women may not be able to access attractions at the same time.