For the discriminating visitor to Madina this hotel offers unparalleled levels of comfort, luxury and service. Ideally located in close proximity to the Prophet’s Mosque and Madina’s other sacred places, the hotel is elegantly appointed and reflects the rich heritage of the region. 264 Deluxe rooms; 27 Junior Suites (12 Mosque View and 15 City View); 15 executive suites; 10 Royal Suites; 2 Grand Royal Suites; 66 sets of interconnecting rooms and 12 connecting rooms to suites. Marble bathrooms with separate shower cubicle, satellite television, direct dial telephones and data ports are available in all rooms. 27 Junior Suites offer more space, a twin bedded room, sitting room and two marble bathrooms. All Suites have a dedicated fax machine. 15 Executive Suites have two bedrooms (one twin and one double) three marble bathrooms, a sitting room and dining area. 10 Royal Suites offer two twin bedded rooms, three marbled bathrooms with gold-plated fittings and a separate sitting room and dining area. 2 Grand Royal Suites enjoy a massive 2,690 square feet of living space.
The Oberoi, Madina boasts a wide range of Arabic and international dining options, including the city’s first ever Japanese restaurant: Kyoto, Indian fine dining at Al Andalous, 24-hour dining at Al Ansar and an English-style tea house. For guests who wish to socialise with friends, the lobby is a wonderful space to enjoy coffee, dates and conversation. Kyoto, Al Ansar and the Tea House feature private dining areas for groups and individuals.