TripAdvisor Reviews Dellmon Shrouq Riyadh
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Food on board is over abundant, but delicious. The first week you tend to go a little overboard as the food is laid on everywhere you turn. Breakfast, lunch, dinner all available in two or more locations as well as in your room if you so choose. In addition you can have afternoon tea every afternoon and if you go to the movies they serve popcorn and cookies. Desserts are to die for and the waiters are very persuasive. They also-have Happy hour ...
... serving food of a quality that varies between slightly better than Western junk food to much worse.
If you know some locals, they might take you to some of the best local food places!
For example, we were taken to a place called Najd Village - an eating place which serves delicious local-style food. There were 5 of us shown to a room where we were served an enormous banquet of curries, rice, breads, dips, laban (or leben, a "milk product" similar ...
Arrived airport 3am but 50 knot headwind at flight level and far reaching dust storms mean no departure. Had such a good run with weather, I know I am lucky to only be delayed now for the first time... But of all the cities to be delayed in!
Will update when weather and routing options becomes clearer, but perhaps will become an overnight flight.
Waited all day ...
... was quite comfortable and the food, classic arabic dishes, was delicious. The fresh lemon, lime and mint drink the treat of the day.
The TVs not so traditional.... But looking around most booths had either singles or only two people, so maybe it makes sense. It was evenly split between folks watching the news, or the soccer.
Then on ...
... a photo or two. We were given a tour of the hotel but missed out on the Royal suite as it was fully booked that day.
Interesting fact- President Obama stayed here overnight recently. It took three months to prepare for his one-night stay. They were given the three top floors of the hotel.
There is a bowling alley in the hotel so the ladies from MHI are going to try to sneak a bowling night in.