Tulip Inn Riyadh is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Riyadh, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity to Princess Latifa Bint Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Mosque (2.3 mi), guests of Tulip Inn Riyadh can easily experience one of Riyadh's most popular landmarks.
Tulip Inn Riyadh is a budget friendly hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a concierge and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Riyadh.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Bistro by Tao, Fly Cafe, and Caffé Bene, which are some cafes that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Enjoy your stay in Riyadh!
Unfortunately I had the worse experience. I arrived to Riyadh from another town 3 hours away. On a national holiday every where was fully booked. The reception who goes by the name of Mohammed Ahmed refused us to the room and said no guest after midnight. I explained I had checked in earlier and we where coming back from the hairdresser took 5 hours to braid my hair. But he would not allow us even though the booking was paid in advance with a Uk debit card, 2 adults in a twin room with 2 hotel keys. And to make things worse we had order food from the restaurant before we entered the room and it went untouched because we could not get back into the room. I explained that I was a teacher and he can check iqama we where not in Riyadh looking for a place to be naughty and he should respect the fact that his discrimination was unjust. He said he would check the iqama and let us know. Ridiculous. And British citizens or even foreign nationals can stay in a hotel with another person it’s not illegal. Also we where only going to eat refresh ourselves and return to our own city. My friend and driver. Tulip in Mr Mohammed Ahmed left us stranded. I was so upset we had no rest, that I rang Agoda Uk. But Mohammed Ahmed wouldn’t answer why we where not allowed into the room when Agoda rang them. I even threatened to call the police but he just offered that the manager wasn’t there. I am pursuing a refund and room service refund. My advice if your expat never book tulip in bad experience in Dammam their toilets always blocked and in Riyadh disgusting hospitality for a capital well know hotel. Plus they are in a very bad location in Riyadh and there is no parking apart from on street main busy road. And the hotel has a tiny entrance along a row of shops and its not anything like the picture. The security at the entrance are very rude as well before the reception they shout at you where are you going are you staying in the hotel, before you enter that’s not a problem but they don’t even have any hand sanitiser and I felt like it was just an excuse to receive a bribe. Might I add I was wearing and abiyah hijab and a mask black colour and there was no reason to disrespect and humiliate me in the way they did. But unfortunately for them I was not willing to pay a bribe. Don’t stay here You will really be disappointed if you book it in the first place. And the trade mark tulip inn should not be mistaken for Golden tulip. Totally a different class.…
Considering some of the reviews on here saying this hotel is dirty, I'll personally tell you that some of the higher-end "luxury" hotels in Riyadh are also no different. You get what you pay for. 100 GPB for two nights in a massive junior suite really isn't that bad. You get a comfortable bed, clean sheets, clean water in the bathroom. So the hotel is old, dated and the area is dirty. You're in Riyadh. There is trash everywhere in Riyadh. Yes, the hotel is in a dirty area, but they are in the process of redeveloping this area of Riyadh. Things will change for the better I think. Either way, it's not a bad hotel at all. It's not perfect, but if you complain about the little things, then go spend three times as much in a much "nicer" hotel, and I guarantee you'll find things to complain about there as well. By the way, parking IS available, behind the hotel in a separate lot for 60 riyals per day.…
Didn’t make my room ready by 20:00, charged me for 100€ and now they’re not replying to my emails! It's the worst hotel I’ve ever seen. Anyway, the corridors in the hotel were disgustingly dirty, so probably better that we didn't stay over the night. If you’re coming in a car, it’s the worst thing you can do, no parking, very bad traffic around the hotel.
Very unwelcoming reception staff. Very little English spoken. Food rubbish. Rooms average. Don't even bring a car as the parking is a nightmare. Local area is as someone else reviewed like Delhi India. Way overpriced for what it is. There areway better places just a little further out for the same price. Left me and my colleagues sitting in reception when they had rooms available for our booking but wouldn't let us check in until 7am. Wanted us to pay money for 5hrs. A total rip off. Not recommended at all.
If you want to come on a Business trip please do visit this Hotel, Its nice and comfortable, Surrounding area is not that good as per KSA but it will give you a feel of Purani Delhi if you are from India, you will also get nice restaurants to eat in much affordable rates ..
We have got the junior suite room. It is one of the biggest suite in this area, there is a living room, a dining room, a bath tub & shower. The hotel itself is old, but clean. The staffs were great and accommodating. They serve free breakfast. Quick access going to olaya street where shopping centers caters for all.Good swimming pool, gym, steam room and sauna available with locker facility. Different types of massage and morrocan bath is also on the list for extra charges. Also, this hotel is located in the Batha area. If you look into google, you will be told that Batha is the center of Riyadh.
Stayed for 1 night standard double room Pros -bigger room than expected -clean sheets and comfortable bed -bathtub and toiletries -minibar with snacks & drinks (you will be charged for what you get upon check out) -area near to restaudants and groceries in batha Cons -room smelled of cigarrette -bathroom not cleaned well -area (batha) not really ideal for families -wifi was slow and most of thw time no connection Overall you get what you pay for, it was not a bad stay. If you are on a budget and dont mind the batha area then this can be an average stay for 1 to 2 nights -
This is not a family hotel. The room 612 AC was not working. They move me to another room 610. This cause considerable inconvenience. Moreover, this facility was not up to *** hotel standard as well as brand name of Tulip Inn. Their room services were just OK. The overall services were not that great. Their breakfast was definitely not up to the standard of ***hotel.
My family & I stayed at this hotel for a night. The rooms are not very clean but spacious. The restaurant is expensive. The room service is average. The location of this hotel is at a crowded area. The room tariff is not high.
This property is little complex. The reception is at the first floor, dinning area is at another corner of 1st floor and the rooms are from 2nd floor onward. The gym And pool is in basement but is full with outside guests. no separate timings for the hotel guests. The rooms are big but clean, ac is not sufficient. service don't expect. Good one quick stay.