At Rosewood Jeddah, guests discover exclusive elegance at the Al Malaki Lounge. This Lounge was designed in a sophisticated, lounge style.
Explore a truly flawless combination of private lounge and personalized service. In-house guests can enjoy the benefits of the exclusive Al Malaki Lounge, including Light Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Evening Snacks. Soft drinks and coffee are served throughout the day. The Lounge provides a peaceful area to relax, unwind and enjoy the spectacular panoramic views of the Red Sea and the Jeddah skyline.
Al Malaki Lounge Terrace, accessed via the Lounge, adds a completely unique perspective to enjoying the winter evenings in Jeddah. Offered as an extension of the Al Malaki Lounge, this facility adds the outdoor element, whilst providing the guests with a variety of beverages, cocktails and selection of premium cigars.
With a lovely ambience, Al Malaki Lounge features comfortable lounge seating with natural fabrics. Panoramic windows to overlook comprehensive view of the city and the Red Sea.
Additional Privileges Available at a Charge:
- Room service menu available at Al Malaki Lounge
All female guests should arrange for an abaya (black shawl) to be available for them on arrival into the country. These can easily be purchased by their sponsor or family relation within the Kingdom. It is also advisable to carry a head scarf at all times during the visit, as females may be requested occasionally to cover only their hair. (At no time will western female visitors be requested to cover their face.)
Male guests may wear normal western business attire and conservative to casual wear during their leisure time. The wearing of shorts is generally accepted, however it is advisable to wear long trousers whenever possible in public. Polo shirts and short sleeve shirts are also acceptable, but visitors should avoid wearing vest tops in public.
Terms & Conditions:
- Al Malaki guests may invite maximum of two visitors, subject to availability and at a supplementary charge
- Children under 16 years old are not allowed to enter the Al Malaki Lounge