Area Attractions

Exploring Kuwait City should be on everyone’s bucket list. With an extraordinary shoreline, outstanding contemporary architecture, shopping and entertainment malls and archaeological sites dating back to ancient times, you will find plenty to do in Kuwait City. 

Hyatt Regency Al Kout Mall

Al Dabbous street, PO Box 47008
Fahaheel, Kuwait, 64021



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Al Kout Mall

At your doorstep and accessible from the hotel lobby is one of Kuwait’s newest malls, Al Kout Mall. As part of Kuwait’s largest mixed-use development, this mall features international brands and plenty of dining and entertainment options.

360 Mall

A mix of high street and luxury brands are available at this mall. With four dining zones each with a distinct character, this mall offers a great day out.

The Avenues Mall

The Avenues Mall is the largest mall in Kuwait and the second largest in the Middle East. With over 1100 stores, you can spend weeks hunting for bargains. With plenty of dining options and entertainment, this mall has something for everyone.

Popular Attractions

Grand Mosque

Spanning over 45,000 sq. meters, the Grand Mosque is the 8th largest mosque in the world. Visitors can expect a free guided tour (outside prayer hours and Ramadan) and to be offered true Arabian hospitality in the form of Arabic coffee. It is advisable to call ahead before going.

Kuwait Towers

View the city from 123 meters above sea level from these unique towers built in 1979. Enjoy a meal or a coffee, whilst admiring the contemporary architecture and beauty of the Arabian Sea below.

Tareq Rajab Museum

As the first Kuwaiti to be sent abroad to study art and archaeology, Tareq Rajab and his wife Jehan, nurtured their passion for art, especially Islamic calligraphy by opening a museum in 1980 featuring their 30,000-item private collection.

Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Cultural Center

Informally known as Kuwait’s Opera house, this is the largest cultural center in the Middle East. It is worth checking out the program as you just may be lucky and find the likes of the Royal Harmonic Orchestra playing.