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We are two families going to do umrah inshallah in dec this year. I am looking at hotels close to haram as possible as we have young kids.

Hilton hotel has some offers on booking direct with them. I am not sure if I should book direct or will I be able to get it cheaper via agent. The agent I use said come back in September to book flights I am worried the price might be higher.

Other question I have is I am considering hilton towers as it makes a difference of 300 quid compared to hilton hotel.

Has anyone stayed there and do you recommend it. Which tower is the best to stay in terms if facilities like lifts.

Also to go to the shopping complex can you up internally or do you have to exit the hotel. Any advice will be greatly appreciated as we will be travelling with young children. JZK

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I just came back and did Umrah, I am living in Saudi Arabia in Riyadh,, hilton has two branches one is close as you said but the other is a little bit far (two streets to cross),, so when you do the booking be careful.

The other thing i would really advise you to do is to book at Pullman Zamzam, the lifts are good, the servise too,, and it's very close to Haram,,

May Allah accept your Ummrah and ease it for you,,

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Wasalaam I just returned from Umrah.I Stayed at Royal Darul Eiman is Safwa Towers,A Good hotel very close to Haram,There are about 4 Hotels in SAFWA Towers would recommend any one in there.Royal Orchard also a very nice hotel.The Hilton TOWERS are apartments.

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I have stayed at both the Hilton and Hilton Towers --- the Hilton is nicer and more updated but they only allow 2 people in the room. If you have more than 2 people, you can either book multiple rooms or book the Towers which an accommodate 3-5 people. The Towers are older, not updated and are not as comfortable as the Hilton.

The InterContinental Hotel is right next to the Hilton and that is newly built so I would try that hotel as well.

In terms of access to the shopping complex -- its an older shopping complex so the first 2 floors have clothing, jewelry and other such stores, a shopping market, and a couple of food options; it is very crowded though. The good thing is that you can access the hotel either through the mall or from the outside, depending on which tower you are in. We were in tower 5 so that had direct access to the outside plus the inside (and didnt have to travel the mall to get to the access).

There is a bigger mall further down that is newly built that has a better and newer selection of food options -- but beware that the food options are limited.

Also -- if you are shopping in the supermarkets, the same supermarket has a branch in the Hilton complex as well as the clock tower complex but the prices are different.

Also --- if you are getting a local SIM, wait until you get to Makkah because they were cheaper than the ones that were available at Jeddah Airport. *there is a STC shop right across from the Hilton and they have cheap SIMs available)

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