The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the birthplace and burial ground of the Prophet Muhammed, peace be upon him. It attracts pilgrims from all over the world making the Hajj or Umrah pilgrimage to Al Masjid An Nabawi Al Sharief, the Prophet's Mosque, in Madina.
The Oberoi, Madina is the destination of choice for royalty, global entrepreneurs and celebrities. It enjoys an unrivalled position just steps away from the Prophet's Mosque, and offers unforgettable views of the mosque’s green dome and the canopied courtyards of pilgrims at prayer.
Luxurious accommodation with multiple, magnificent bathrooms. All day restaurants offering a range of handcrafted cuisines. Large, efficient lifts so that you and your family can reach the tomb of the Prophet Muhammed, peace be upon him, effortlessly. The largest banqueting halls in the city. Coupled with our warm, attentive hospitality for the trip of a lifetime.
The Oberoi, Abizar Road, Madina, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Prince Mohammaed Bin Abdul Aziz Airport
Madina, literally translated as “the radiant city” or “the enlightened city” is home to Al Masjid An Nabawi Al Sharief: the tomb of the Prophet Muhammed, peace be upon him. It is considered to be the second holiest city in Saudi Arabia after Mecca, the Prophet’s birthplace.
The Oberoi, Madina is situated just steps from Al Masjid An Nabawi Al Sharief. The ladies’ gate is the closest entrance from the hotel to the mosque, making our hotel the safest and most convenient place to stay in the holy city.
Our spacious rooms and suites are luxuriously furnished and have complimentary Internet.
We offer interconnecting rooms for families or groups travelling together.
Take your pick from the finest international and Arabic cuisines at our elegant restaurants.
Our 24 hour dining space is decorated with Arabic designs, lit by traditional glass lights and adorned with faux date trees, Madina’s delicious dried fruit. We offer lavish hot and cold buffets of Arabic, Western and Indian cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. These are complemented by fresh bread from the in house bakery, homemade pickles and rich desserts. The restaurant also has semi-private...
Kyoto is Madina’s first ever Japanese restaurant. It serves authentic cuisine at tables that overlook the Prophet’s Mosque. Our hand rolled sushi can also be enjoyed at the sushi counter, shabu shabu at a dedicated table and teppanyaki can be shared with family and friends in a private dining room attended by your personal chef. Kyoto is open for lunch and dinner.
The Lobby is a wonderful space to relax over Arabic coffee and dates with family and friends, at any time of the day or night. Lit by sparkling chandeliers and tiled in flawless marble, it offers intimate tables and carved wooden seating for up to sixty people.
This quaint space is furnished with crisp, white linen tables, just like an old English tea shop. It features glass cases filled with fresh cakes and pastries, and is a wonderful setting to take a leisurely high tea with family and friends. We serve Arabic and European style coffees, and a range of herbal and black teas. For your comfort, we also have a semi private seating area, with views of the...
We welcome gentlemen guests at our health club. For a work out, massage and steam.
Gentlemens' Spa The spa welcomes male guests, and has a fully trained, experienced, all male staff.
Fitness Centre Air conditioned and equipped with cardiovascular machines. Open for our male guests, the fitness suite is attended by a qualified, male personal trainers.
The tomb of the Prophet Muhammed, peace be upon him, a royal printing press for the Holy Qur’an
and mega malls await in the Holy City of Madina.
Just steps from The Oberoi, Madina, Al Masjid An Nawabi Al Sharief is the reason pilgrims make the Hajj to Madina. Its green dome marks the final resting place of the Prophet Muhammed, peace be upon him.
This mosque is historically important for being the place where the Prophet Muhammed, peace be upon him, received the command to change the direction of prayer from Jerusalem to Mecca.
Quba Mosque was the first mosque built by the Prophet Muhammed, peace be upon him, when he left Mecca for Madina. It is one of the oldest mosques in the world.
Also known as the Seven Mosques, these are actually six small mosques in the same area, plus one more: the Mosque of the Two Qiblas, which is approximately one kilometre away.
For which we thank our guests and our people.