Hotels in Mecca, Saudi Arabia

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Mecca hotels are plentiful in this holy city, and are able to help you find the best to suit your needs. The interactive map is useful if you want accommodation close to a particular site, such as a Mount Abu Kubais. The map pinpoints each hotel, so you can easily see whether it's in the right location for you. Our site features a drop down menu, which enables you to view available hotels, sorted according to price, star rating, or guest rating. When selecting your hotel, read through the description to find out what facilities are available, such as on site restaurants, laundry services, and free WiFi. For those on a specific budget, make use of the price per night filter to easily view recommended hotels within your price range.

What's Mecca Like?

Mecca is the capital city of the Makkah Province, Saudi Arabia. According to Islam beliefs, it is regarded as the holiest of all cities. Every year, Muslims around the world flock to the city for the Hajj pilgrimage. A top attraction worth visiting from Mecca hotels booked with is the Abraj Al Bait, which is one of the tallest building in the world. Other sites to visit include the holiest place in Mecca - the Sacred Mosque, and the Jabal Al Thur cave. Mecca has a dessert climate with temperatures often soaring above 40 °C during the summer, and up to 30 °C in the winter. The closest airport to Mecca is King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Mecca

For visitors staying at Mecca hotels, offer you some useful tips to help you get along with the locals and not cause offense. Gender segregation exists in Mecca, which means that men and women very rarely interact with the opposite gender outside of their home. When invited to a local's home, it is usual to exchange a handshake with the host and everyone else present. For closer acquaintances, plant several kisses on the cheek instead. It is traditional for guests to be offered coffee and tea, and each guest is expected to extend a reciprocal invitation to the host for lunch or dinner. Avoid eye contact with strangers in the street as this is considered to be quite rude. Pilgrims staying in Mecca during the Hajj are expected to perform a number of rituals, including cutting their hair to a particular length, and throwing pebbles at the three stone pillars. Book your trip to Mecca with now!