Area Attractions

Hyatt House Jeddah Sari Street is steps away from shopping centers, restaurants and cafes, and a short drive from the most famous attractions King Fahad Fountain, Jeddah Corniche, and Al Balad Old town. The hotel is also an ideal base for pilgrims travelling to Makkah or Medina for Hajj or Umrah. 

Hyatt House Jeddah Sari Street

3023 Sari Street West, Al Salamah District
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 23436-6378



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Local Food + Drink

Jeddah Restaurants

Nafoura Restaurant

This restaurant offers the finest Mediterranean food in “freestyle cuisine” - a concept that combines an excellent chef, a dynamic menu based on organic seasonal produce and a good dose of innovation. The design concept is a combination of high ceilings, stone flooring, contemporary interior and elegant relaxing seating. Nafoura serves from an open show kitchen and offers a large terrace featuring a traditional Middle Eastern grill station.

Local Attractions

Jeddah City

Jeddah Waterfront

With its long stretches of sandy beaches and cool walkways, Jeddah Corniche has always been one of the city’s main draws. Following a major revamp in 2017, which added three new swimming bays, a winding pier and lush parklands, the area is now a must-see destination, blending seamlessly with Jeddah’s cosmopolitan appeal. Families will love the wide open spaces, where children can burn off steam in the designated playparks or splash about in the fountains. Adults can sign up for a selection of watersports on the beach, hire bikes and cycle along the 4.2 km corniche, or stroll down the pier to take in the sunset and beautiful Red Sea views.

Al Balad (Downtown)

Start your walk at the eastern edge of the historic Al Balad (old town) near the majestic Makkah Gate. Today, this tasteful reconstruction is a reminder of what the medieval city’s ancient walls once looked like; during the month of Dhu'l Hijjah, a thousand talbiyyahs were chanted by white-clad pilgrims as they passed beneath its impressive triple arch, announcing their intention to perform the most important spiritual journey of all. Jeddah’s Al Balad is famous for its intricately designed houses, built using coral from the depths of the Red Sea and boasting colorful rawasheen balconies, known as mashrabiyyahs. Look up as you amble by to see some of the finest examples of coral architecture anywhere in the world.

King Fahd’s Fountain

Visible from all across the city, King Fahd’s Fountain is a much-loved Jeddah landmark, rising against the backdrop of the Red Sea. At 312-meters high, it is the tallest fountain in the world, sending plumes of water shooting skywards at speeds of more than 350kph. The fountain is at its best after dark, when hundreds of colored lights illuminate the arc of water as it soars spectacularly against the night sky. It’s at this time you’ll find groups of onlookers gathered along the waterfront, watching mesmerized as the fall of water cascades down to the sea below.


shopping in Jeddah

Red Sea Mall

Red Sea Mall is one of the biggest shopping centers at Jeddah City it is located at the northern suburbs on King Abdulaziz Road. The mall has 242,200 square meters built area and 144,000 square meters GLA , having five start hotel seven story office building , and both external and undercover parking areas with 5000 spots all of which are linked

Mall of Arabia

The Mall of Arabia is a shopping mall located in Jeddah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The mall is located on the eastern side of the Medina Road and south of Makkah Road, near the King Abdulaziz International Airport. The mall has an area of 261,000 square meters. It also contains Kidzania Jeddah


Jeddah Museums

Nassif House Museum

Built in 1881 for then-governor of Jeddah, Sheikh Omar Effendi Nassif, the Nassif House Museum is the site of various historical activities, even serving as the temporary royal residence of King Abdulaziz, the founder of the modern Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in 1925. Located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Al Balad, the mansion went from exemplifying Jeddah’s elite to becoming a cultural center for all. With lectures, exhibits, and a museum exploring its own history, the 106 rooms of Bayt Nassif (or Nassif House as it is also known) allow you to walk through the ornamented and complex past of the district. Despite significant restorative renovations, the historical architecture has remained intact, and its museum showcases a collection of vintage photographs.

Matbouli House Museum

Full of oddities, the Historic District of Jeddah is home to several old houses. As one of Al Balad’s more curious spaces, the 400-year-old Al Matbouli House allows you to experience local life at the turn of the century. From how the city’s residents dined to the various traditions of hospitality, the place offers a great insight into the values and customs of those who once dwelled in this historic neighborhood.

Al Tayebat City Museum

The museum spans several buildings, all constructed using elements of traditional Hejazi architecture. Today, Al Tayebat City Museum is by far one of the most popular museums in the city, housing a prized collection of pre-Islamic-era pieces. There’s also a charming little mosque within the premises, which is a work of art in and of itself. If you fall in love with antiquities after your visit, then you can buy some at one of the many antique shops that line the façade of the museum.