This hotel standard is as close as you will probably get to Medina Mosque area if you are not a Muslim. My visit for four nights was during Ramadan which explains why all the restaurants were shut and breakfast was presented on a tray in your bedroom. The hotel is large but a bit dated. The entrance is impressive s is the lounge. The reception is at a low down table which is strange as you have to sit on a low seat which would cause difficulties for the less able traveler. The staff were business like but that could have been because of the language barrier.
There is free and effective wifi.
My room on the third floor was spacious with a large double bed and also a settee fold out bed. Every thing worked and was clean albeit starting to age. The view looked down to the roof off the canopy over the entrance. I did suffer from lots of insect bites which I blame on mosquitos which was strange as i never opened a window. I was savaged so be careful in this regard. I did feel the hotel felt like a haunted house as i rarely saw anyone, it was early quiet and whilst all the tables were set as if for dinner, i never saw them used- as I say, maybe because of fasting. It really did need a coffee lounge as I find myself effectively spending all day in my room with a TV having limited channels.
so overall- if you are a non muslim and you need somewhere to stay then this is probably it but be prepared for thirsty mosquitos and the kettle in your room.
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- Also Known As:
- Le Meridien Medina Hotel Medina
- Medina Le Meridien
- Le Meridien Medina Al Madinah