Dellmon Shrouq

Arouba Road, Riyadh, 11556, Saudi Arabia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Riyadh

Camel Trail I

A travel blog entry by poram


The Camel Trails are ancient trails that were used to get up the Tuwaiq escarpment before the Makkah highway was carved through it. This is on the south end of Riyadh. The escarpment is almost a thousand feet high, so the views are spectacular.

The Pools of Sha'ib Luha

A travel blog entry by poram


With my new handy dandy map book (made by expatriates in Riyadh), me and a group of people headed off to find a couple of year round pools. They are remarkably close to Riyadh, but you can miss them if you don't persist. What we thought was a dried up lower pool turned out not to be one of the pools. After a little adventurous exploring, we were rewarded with finding the second and upper ...

First leg (out of three)

A travel blog entry by wanz


Survived the first leg of the journey. Sg--> ridyah -->Paris --> London The journey on the plane was not as bad as expected. Due to all the scary stories read about the airline online, the expectations were low. It was really just a pleasant flight, with sufficient inflight entertainment. Only thing was that it was amusingly censored. The bonus was really the food. It was nice. There were 2 meals served.. I ate chicken with rice.. Which tasted ...

On transit in Riyadh

A travel blog entry by mayat88


... of course) and finding comfy places to settle myself down while charging my devices. There was wi-fi, but only for 2 hours. Tried to purchase more credit but the network was bad, so I gave up and asked for a refund.

Two meals were provided during the first flight, two at the airport and another two on the second one. They weren't so bad. One female crew member, an Indonesian, was friendly and we chatted a bit while I went to the back of the plane to stretch out my legs.

Train ride to Riyadh for Eid

A travel blog entry by kal-linda


... station and we arrived to meet his wife named Zebun. He and his family are super nice! They let us stay at their house for two nights and treated us like their own family. Since it was Eid, the city was really busy with people and cars. But we still managed to see the Kingdom Tower and the National Museum. Two really good ...


This 3 star hotel, located on Arouba Road, Riyadh, is near Kingdom Centre Tower, National Museum, Riyadh Zoo, and Old Dir'aiyah.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Dellmon Shrouq Riyadh

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