Al Hamra Palace was built in the center of Jeddah upon King Faisal’s request to transform it into a hospitality palace to host the Kingdom’s guests. 

Surveying the city’s Corniche, the palace pays eloquent tribute to traditional Arabic-Islamic architecture with richly adorned arched gateways, slanted roofs with aqua-green tiles, and a striking façade crafted from Riyadh stone.

A Palace Befitting Jeddah

Areen Contracting built the Al Hamra Palace in 1965 as a residence for King Faisal, may he rest in peace, in Jeddah (seated here on the palace’s front steps).

77 accommodation units with a private service team

32 Luxury suites

44  private Villas

6 international restaurants

6 public and private spaces

6 spas

5 halls for social and cultural events.

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