Unlike the Hajj, the Umrah is a pilgrimage that can be undertaken at any time of the year. One of holiest journeys for Muslims in the world, going on Umrah to Madina is perhaps an opportunity that comes once in a lifetime for many. Make the most of your trip by staying in one of the best hotels in Madina. Here are some 4-star hotels you can choose from to make sure your holy pilgrimage is relaxed and restful.
Shaza Al Madina
In earthy colors of cream and rich brown, this 4-star hotel in Madina is going to captivate and soothe your senses immediately. Located just outside the haram, a stay at the Shaza Al Madina will enrich your experience right from the break of dawn when you will be awakened by the sound and sight of the muezzin calling for prayers.
Enjoy a scrumptious meal the hotel's luxurious restaurant Arabesque that offers unparalleled views of the Masjid Al Nabawi, and relish the unique recipes that are a mix of traditional and modern.
Rawda Al Aqiq
Only a few hundred meters away from the Masjid Al Nabawi, this newly opened hotel boasts of stunning contemporary architecture. If you're traveling with your family, the Quad Room or the Double Room is perfect as they can accommodate four people. The hotel's restaurant offers cuisines from all over the world.
Al Ansar Golden Tulip
A two-minute walk from the Masjid Al Nabawi, Al Ansar Golden Tulip is perhaps one of the best-located hotels in Madina. It is also only 800 meters away from the Old Bazaar, allowing you easy access to the market as and when you please.
Lavish meals featuring an interesting blend of Middle Eastern and continental cuisines can be the perfect addition to your day.
Enjoy a cozy stay during the Umrah at the Province Al Sham that boasts of elegant interiors — a mix of Arabic aesthetics and contemporary tastes. Beige and brown colors add a touch of panache to the hotel's furnishings.
Province Al Sham's restaurant offers Oriental, Chinese, Italian, South East Asian, and Intercontinental cuisines.
Dar Al Eiman Al Manar
Warm colors and padded armchairs will make you feel right at home at Dar Al Eiman Al Manar as you enjoy panoramic views of the Masjid Al Nabawi. The hotel's restaurant offers regional and international cuisines and they have buffets that keep changing on a regular basis for novelty.
One of the two holiest cities in Islam, Madinah, which in Arabic means ‘the city', attracts thousands of Muslims from across the world. Madinah is home to three acclaimed mosques: Masjid Al Nabawi, Quba Mosque, and Masjid Al Qiblatayn. Recommended: Places to visit in Madina
The last mosque is known to be the place where Muhammad was commanded to change the direction of prayer from Jerusalem to Makkah. No trip to Saudi Arabia can be complete without a holy visit to Madinah. Make sure that your stay in this gorgeous, pious city is leisurely, luxurious, and lavish.