Visiting Masjid Nabawi
One of the largest and most important mosques in the world, Masjid Nabawi is the focal point of Medina's religious heritage. Built by the Prophet Muhammad himself, the mosque carries great spiritual significance to followers of Islam.
Located in the heart of Medina's city centre, the Al Muna Kareem Radisson Blu Hotel, Al Madinah is less than a minute's walk from Majid Al Nabawi. Guests of this five star hotel in Madinah, Saudi Arabia are treated to luxurious rooms and superb service, making it the ideal place to relax after a day of sightseeing in the Holy City.
Book a stay at the Al Muna Kareem Radisson Blu Hotel, Al Madinah.
Masjid Al Nabawi; the Mosque of the Prophet
Masjid al Nabawi was originally a humble, open air building where Muhammad and his early followers could read from the Qur'an and pray. It has since expanded into an impressive multi-storey structure that can accommodate over half a million people. With its 27 domes, two large courtyards and grand column-lined porticos, the magnificence of Masjid Nabawi is reflected around every corner.
The most significant feature of Masjid Al Nabawi is the Green Dome, Muhammad's final resting place. Located where Muhammad and wife Aisha's house once stood, the Prophet's tomb contributes greatly to the holiness of Masjid Nabawi and the important role it plays in the lives of Muslims.
Stay near Masjid Nabawi at the Al Muna Kareem Radisson Blu Hotel, Al Madinah
Situated just 70 metres from Masjid al Nabawi, the Al Muna Kareem Radisson Blu Hotel, Al Madinah is the ideal place to stay for anyone wanting to visit the Prophet's Mosque. This five star hotel offers a range of services, including high-speed Internet access, express laundry and a flavourful buffet breakfast.
Book a room at the Al Muna Kareem Radisson Blu Hotel, Al Madinah.