Le Meridien Towers Makkah

Address: Kudai Road, Mecca, 21955, Saudi Arabia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Kudai Road, Mecca.
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    Travel Blogs from Mecca

    ( MECCA, SAUDI ARABIA; FEB 14, 730 )

    A travel blog entry by ashmoney on Feb 14, 2015

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    ... to also fulfill their Muslim duties to visit Mecca, as they've neglected to do so previously. The Kabba is the focal point though. It's this huge box-y thing that people encircle. There is much talk about Mohammed, an important prophet to Islam. Many people today take pilgrimages as well, to search for their soul in some sort, but not to this extent. There is a huge crowd of people. He is not a god, ...

    The Birthplace of a Prophet

    A travel blog entry by waymoney on Feb 06, 2015

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    The height of one of final destination has been met. We are here, in the holy city. Holy Moly. Right when we walked in the city we knew this place was sacred and holy. Islam was evident nearly everywhere. Muslims took faith to a whole new meaning I was amazed by how dedicated the were to their prayers and Quran, Bible equivalence of holy book. For Muhammad, God's prophet, was born here and everyone ...

    June 6, 1360 - Mecca

    A travel blog entry by catthi on Jun 06, 2014

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    ... lies in the middle of a dry desert. In fact, Mecca is in a very isolated location. For several to travel to Mecca, they have to pass the Empty Quarter, which is essentially a sea of sand. Because of it’s climate, Mecca does not have much to rely on agriculturally so its livelihood is completely dependent on trade. Through if this many Muslims and merchants flock to Mecca every year, I believe that it is going to be a thriving city for centuries to come.
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    The great ride to the holy cities and back.

    A travel blog entry by hajjabdullah on Jun 10, 2008

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    ... feel unmanley. Because of this we asked for a different person for our return trip to the Airport in Jeddah. Of couse, we had the same driver, but after he had been explained that it was the speed that concerned us, he gladly slowed down to 130 km per hour, or so, and all was fine.

    Once in Medina we settled in to a much larger, newer looking city, that was at least 15-20 degrees cooler. The Prophet's Mosque [PBUH] was immaculate and perhaps constituted the ...

    My Top 5 Best and Worst Moments

    A travel blog entry by sarahgracekhan on Dec 13, 1970

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  • Getting my goods stolen by bandits in Hormuz
  • Kicking two of my crew members off the ship due to the bubonic plague