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Let’s Go Girls! Saudi’s best girls trip deals for Eid 2024

Let’s Go Girls! Saudi’s best girls trip deals for Eid 2024

Messaging the group chat and sharing memes is not enough – bestie vacations need to happen every so often. After all, female friendships are truly special – you can’t choose your family, but you can choose your friends. They help to get us through life, offering comfort, reassurance and so much fun along the way.

So, this Eid, get the girl gang back together for a staycation in Saudi – seriously, there are so many reasons to visit.

Saudi has ranked safest among G20 nations and in Saudi, care for others is a key part of the way of life.

Your hearts will be full experiencing the local hospitality – locals known for their warm welcomes and kind spirits, especially to tourists.

Perfect for the girlies, Saudi is emerging as a wellness capital, with its diverse regions championing bespoke wellness experiences year-round.


And the country is a hotbed for female entrepreneurs – 45% of SMEs in Saudi are owned by women and women make up 45% of the Saudi tourism workforce – girls supporting girls.
Not to mention, there are endless deals to choose from… so get your bags packed for some time off!

Enjoy unforgettable nights at the Six Senses Southern Dunes, The Red Sea
If you’re looking for serenity, the Six Senses Southern Dunes, nestled amidst the awe-inspiring dunes of Saudi’s Red Sea coast, has the promotional offer for you (running April 9 – 14). For a special rate of 9,999 SAR, enjoy two nights in a stunning Wadi King or Twin Room, including a terrace with views of the area’s majestic mountain ranges, half board and luxury airport pick-up and drop-off.
There’s promotional activities too – take in the views on the Alsukhour Biking experience (566 SAR per person) where you’ll explore the rocky trails on electric bikes – perfect for all fitness levels, or the spectacular Southern Dunes Hike (499 SAR per person) which can be tailored to your group.
Unwind with desert meditation and yoga sessions, and connect with the natural world in the spa. Join a workshop to learn how to make clean skincare products, melt away stress on a heated bed of quartz sand or try the traditional hammam, the ultimate body experience combining several treatments. It even offers a wellness screening, skin analysis and will design treatments for you.
Savor curated dining experiences inspired by Saudi’s rich culinary culture. Ingredients used in the restaurants - Al Sarab, Merkaz, Bariya, the bar pool and grill, the gelato pod and the Chef’s table - are grown in the Chef’s Garden or sourced locally, and you can learn to cook healthy recipes at the cooking school.
To get there, take a scenic 45-minute private car transfer from the Red Sea International Airport.
And Saudi’s Red Sea project is truly inclusive – all its destinations are fully committed to accessibility, offering tailored experiences for people with disabilities, including bespoke therapeutic retreats for parents and caregivers.

Unwind and feast under starlit skies in AlUla
For a truly unforgettable trip, visit AlUla, UNESCO World Heritage Site and living museum with 200,000 years of human history.
Experience Eid in the Ashar Valley with deals from Banyan Tree AlUla – save up to 15% when you book 15 days or longer in advance or enjoy the Best Available Rate with complimentary breakfast and horse-riding or biking. Chill out in the serenity of your private villa, dine under starlit skies, rejuvenate in the spa and take a dip in one of the world’s most Instagrammable pools. Truly jaw-dropping, the naturally treated rock pool nestled in the AlUla mountains provides the ultimate secluded setting for a swim.
Banyan Tree rates start at 3,079 SAR per night.
Luxury sustainable retreat Habitas AlUla has very appealing room rates for May – make sure you book early! Unwind in the otherworldly spa, a secluded heaven that combines the best modern-day techniques and ancestral practices. Pick local essential oils, herbal teas, and body scrubs from the alchemy bar for your personalized treatments. Relax with sunrise yoga or private fitness sessions, and swim in its vast infinity swimming pool set against a striking backdrop of the desert rocks.
Habitas rates start at 1,466 SAR per night.
AlUla has a world-class dining scene with restaurants including local favourite Somewhere and the legendary Entrecôte Café de Paris, and there is no better time to enjoy it than Eid. Expected to fall on Eid al Fitr (12 April), the Maraya – the world’s largest mirrored building – is hosting Feykom Tarab: The Miami Show, a full-on theatrical musical performance celebrating the region’s top band and their phenomenal journey over the years.
Explore Riyadh’s many events and celebrations
Saudi’s bustling capital, home to 8 million people, is a vast and vibrant city with special Eid celebrations planned – including spectacular fireworks and drone shows after morning prayer to mark the start of the festival.
When in Riyadh, be sure to visit Diriyah, home to 300-year-old UNESCO World Heritage Site At-Turaif. Known as the birthplace of Saudi, Diriyah holds a special place in the country’s history. A trip to Diriyah is not complete without visiting Bujairi Terrace, the ultimate dining spot. At this time of year, it is transformed with beautiful traditional décor and there’s endless cultural events to enjoy.
After adventure-filled days visit Via Riyadh, Saudi’s ultimate luxury destination, for themed private cinema experiences like no other and arguably the world’s best burger at legendary Parisien bistro, Ferdi Restaurant.

St. Regis Via Riyadh rates start at 2,898 SAR per night.

Another top option is the Four Seasons in Riyadh’s Kingdom Tower – it’s running an offer for a complimentary third night until December 31. Rising boldly against the Riyadh skyline, the Kingdom Centre tower is the third tallest building in the world with a hole in it at 300-meter-tall. It has a glass Sky bridge that offers visitors unparalleled views of the city below from the 99th floor. Indulge in a three-course gourmet dinner on the 99th floor over an unmatched panorama of Riyadh. You can also visit the highest mosque in the Saudi, King Abdullah Mosque, on the 77th floor and enjoy luxury shopping and a VIP cinema experience.
Four Seasons Riyadh rates start at 2,155 SAR per night.

Celebrate in style in Jeddah
Enjoy a stylish stay and take advantage of so many offers at Saudi’s first art hotel, Assila. A tribute to Saudi’s burgeoning art scene, the hotel houses more than 2,000 pieces of original art by Saudi artists (!) and there are deals perfect for the girls – free breakfast and late checkout (running until January 2) or a 15% discount when you book a 3-night stay (running until December 5). It’s super sleek, with Middle Eastern accents found throughout from Arabian-patterned carpet to vibrant tapestries, bespoke handwoven rugs and hanging lanterns. Located in the city’s Fashion District, the hotel is just a short walk away from Al Balad, Jeddah’s UNESCO Heritage-protected old town with buzzing markets (be sure to visit Souq Al Alawi!) and the gorgeous Jeddah waterfront where you’ll find the Jeddah Open Air Museum, one of the world’s largest collections of open-air art and sculptures. Back at the hotel, unwind with in-room massages or at the spa and a rooftop pool, offering unparalleled views of the city.
Rates start at 1,751 SAR per night.
And in an exciting new development, three very plush boutique hotels have just launched in Al Balad (Beit Jokhdar, Beit Al Rayess and Beit Kedwan). Set in lovingly converted family homes, each has been carefully designed with a team of historians, local artists, carpenters and architects, and they’re filled with locally sourced products. Enjoy authentic local food at the restaurant, unwind on the rooftop terrace with Saudi coffee at sunrise or stargaze at night, and marvel at bespoke touches - everything from the chocolates in the airport transfer to the scent of incense in the bedroom is personalised.
Rates start at 2,200 SAR per night.

Escape to Al Ahsa
Spend the Eid break away from the hustle and bustle with brilliant rates from InterContinental in Al Ahsa. Create magical memories over dinner in its gorgeous outdoor Lebanese, Al Bustan Restaurant, and pamper yourself in the Palmarosa Spa which offers exclusive L’OCCITANE en Provence treatments and therapies.
Al Ahsa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world’s largest desert oasis, home to 2.5 million palm trees and archaeological sites set against Rocky Mountains. Experience thermal wonder in Al Ahsa’s hot springs known for their healing qualities – water temperatures reach up to 32 degrees Celsius, and the most loved is Ain Najm with its therapeutic warm sulfuric water.
As part of UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network, the city has an ancient tradition of handicrafts passed on from one generation to the next including pottery and weaving. Visit Handcraft Castle to buy the finest heritage products made by skilled local craftsmen.
Easily accessible, Al Ahsa has its own airport, or you can drive there from Riyadh in around 3.5 hours.
Rates start at 674 SAR per night.

It has never been easier to visit Saudi – visa initiatives have been continuously developed, with the eVisa program now including 63 countries and special administrative regions, and the GCC residents visa and free 96-hour Stopover Visa. UK, US, or Schengen visa holders, as well as residents of the UK, US, or European Union countries, are eligible for the instant eVisa.

Flydubai has announced a new twice-weekly service from Dubai to Red Sea International Airport, starting April 18.
And, in case of need, Visit Saudi has a 24/7 tourist hotline (dial 930) for travelers who need help or have questions. To learn more and plan your trip, visit