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    Luxury Apartments in Riyadh

    Fraser Suites Riyadh

    Intersection Olaya Street and Khurais Road
    Saudi Arabia

    Masmak Fort

    Symbolical of the early modern Riyadh, the clay and mud-brick fort that consists of four watchtowers and thick walls founded on stone blocks, is much visited by both visitors and students.

    Al Murabba Palace

    One of the historic buildings in Riyadh, the palace is set in the site of a square.

    Al Faisaliah Tower

    Designed by Norman Foster, the Riyadh’s first skyscraper is famous for its enormous 24m-diameter glass globe made of 655 glass panels.

    National Museum

    One of the finest museums in the Middle East, here you will find evocative rock carvings, engaging models and a full-scale reconstruction of a Nabataean tomb from Madain Saleh.

    Riyadh's Landmark Tower

     At 302m high, the most distinctive feature of this tower is the steel-and-glass 300-ton bridge that offers a magnificent view of the city and beyond.

    Salam Park

    With lots of greenery, fresh air and a beautiful man-made lake, the park is an ideal place to spend the weekend with loved ones.

    Riyadh Zoo

    Immerse in the wild nature of the desert here in this zoo, which will keep the children captivated.

    Nahda Park

    A joggers’ park that features an off-beaten path.

    Dirab Golf & Country Club

    Tee off in the first grassed 18-hole golf course in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

    Najd Village

    For authentic Saudi food, the kasba (meat with rice) and the region’s specialty, hashi (baby camel) are not to be missed. 

    Spazio 77

    Lovers of international cuisines will enjoy the brasserie, coffeehouse, sushi bar, cigar bar and an oxygen bar here all within a centralised location.

    Burger Boutique

    The Middle East's first gourmet burger joint offers the best burgers in a designer’s setting.

    Mirage Restaurant & Burger Boutique

    Mirage Restaurant

    A popular Chinese restaurant that offers cuisine fit for the royals.  

    Burger Boutique

    The Middle East's first gourmet burger joint offers the best burgers in a designer’s setting.

    Kingdom Tower & Sky Bridge

    The ladies would enjoy the exclusive Ladies’ Kingdom on the first floor, in the most popular city icon of Riyadh. 

    Panorama Mall

    A mall that promises loads of fun for kids and adults alike, alongside shopping with a nice ambience.

    Centre Point Mall

    A shopper’s haven that offers some of the latest and the trendiest fashion for men and women.

    Centria Mall

    The mall offers prestigious brands with an international appeal.

    Olaya Mall

    Here at this mall, you will find something for everyone at home, from the young to the old.

    Sahara Mall

    A mall that offers all that you need, including a children’s playground.

    Tahlia Street

    An interesting street that dazzles in the night, with lots to see, dine and shop as well.

    Kingdom Tower & Sky Bridge

    An iconic of Riyadh, here you will enjoy magnificent views that encapsulate the city’s night life.

    Strategically located in the heart of a business and entertainment district, among the hotels in Riyadh Olaya Street, enjoy the sophisticated comfort at Fraser Suites Riyadh, in addition to convenient downtown accessibility to great shopping fun, dining options, commercial offices, facilities and amenities readily within reach.

    Fraser Suites Riyadh

    Intersection Olaya Street and Khurais Road,
    Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

    Tel: +966 11 26 39 333

    • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

      • Groceries (5-minute walk)
      • 24/7 supermarket, Tamimi Market (10-minute drive)
      • Lulu Hypermarket (10-minute drive)
      • Al Faisaliah shopping centre (15-minute walk)
      • King Fahd Medical City (10-minute drive)
      • Panorama Mall (15-minute drive)
      • Riyadh Gallery Mall (20-minute drive)
      • Tahlia Street ( 12-minute drive)
    • Getting to Fraser Suites Riyadh

      From King Khaled International Airport

      By Taxi:

      • Taxi fare, between from 85 to 100 SAR (one-way), 38km
      • Regular taxis, fixed rate of 85 SAR from airport to property/city centre
    • About Riyadh

      Riyadh, also known as The Gardens, is the capital and the largest city of Saudi Arabia. Widely touted as one of the wealthiest cities in the world, the city fascinates with a rich culture that is celebrated by significant architectural remnants of the old town, and archeological sites that are of historical significance.

      With a population close to 6 million, the city is highly cosmopolitan with 20 nationalities living together. Soaring skyscrapers and prominent landmarks rise above modern highways and museums in a background defined by dusty deserts. But the tradition is not at all lost in this modernized city, that remains much appreciated for it architectural elegance, strong heritage and colourful history.

    • Essential Facts of Riyadh


      Arabic (English is widely spoken).

      Time Zone

      GMT +3hrs.


      Only business visa holders are allowed into Saudi Arabia.  Travellers are required to apply prior to visit.


      Saudi riyal (SR) is the currency of Saudi Arabia.


      The standard VAT rate is 5%.


      Tipping is not required but welcome in recognition of good service, generally at 10-15%.

      Business Hours:

      Sundays to Thursdays, 07:00 to 14:00 hours

      Sundays to Thursdays, 07:30 to 15:00 hours

      Post offices
      Sundays to Thursdays, 07:00 to 14:00 hours (16:00 to 18:00 hours at alternating offices)

      Daily, 11:00 to 15:00 hours and 18:00 to 01:00 hours

      Private businesses
      Sundays to Thursdays, 08:00 to 12:00 hours and 15:00 to 19:00 hours

      Independent shops
      Saturdays to Thursdays, 09:00 to 13:00 hours and 16:30 to 20:00 hours

      Shopping malls, individual malls and shops within the malls may vary:
      Saturdays to Thursdays, 08:00 to 00:00 hours and Fridays, 13:00 to 00:00 hours
      Some may close between 13:00 and 16:30 hours

      Saturdays to Thursdays, 09:00 to 13:00 hours and 16:30 and 20:00 hours, and Fridays, 17:00-22:00 hours

      All shops close during prayer times that last 20-30 minutes each:
      In the day at approximately noon, mid-afternoon, sunset and early evening. 


      Medical services of good quality are available.


      The country code for Saudi is 966.


      Voltage: 220V/50Hz UK plug.

      Public Holidays

      The national holidays are Day of Mourning for King Abdullah, Eid-al-Fitr (end of Ramadan) Saudi National Day, Eid-al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice) and Muharram (Muslim New Year).

      Below is a full list of the holidays in the year 2018:

      Date Day of the Week Holiday name in 2018 Holiday type
      Mar 20 Tuesday March Equinox Season
      May 17 Thursday Ramadan begins Observance
      Jun 14 Thursday Eid al-Fitr Holiday National holiday
      Jun 15 Friday Eid al-Fitr National holiday
      Jun 16 Saturday Eid al-Fitr Holiday National holiday
      Jun 17 Sunday Eid al-Fitr Holiday National holiday
      Jun 21 Thursday June Solstice Season
      Aug 20 Monday Eid al-Adha Holiday National holiday
      Aug 21 Tuesday Eid al-Adha National holiday
      Aug 22 Wednesday Eid al-Adha Holiday National holiday
      Aug 23 Thursday Eid al-Adha Holiday National holiday
      Sep 12 Wednesday Muharram (Muslim New Year) Observance
      Sep 23 Sunday September Equinox Season
      Sep 23 Sunday Saudi National Day National holiday
      Nov 21 Wednesday Prophet's Birthday Observance
      Dec 21 Friday December Solstice Season