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Kuwait is the capital and the largest city of Kuwait, which lies in the center of the country, in the Persian Gulf with a population of 4.5 people and covers an area of 200 km². Kuwait "the bustling metropolis" which is standing between Saudi Arabia and Iraq in one of the most ancient corners of the world, has a perfect diverse heritage and culture that supplements its vibrant modern life.
Kuwait’s economy is largely petroleum-based as it has 10% of the world’s oil reserves and sells about 60% of the oil to Asian countries which makes it one of the most oil-rich regions. It is also home to many accommodations, amazing architecture, graphic arts, several museums, beautiful corniche, colorful souqs and a lot of adventurous activities.
Almosafer's main aim is to make your trip full of happy memories, therefore we will provide you with all the information you need to discover the city with ease and help you to choose the best time to book hotels in Kuwait.
The best time to visit Kuwait is in winter (Nov- Mar) when the weather becomes unpredictable, cool and the temperature goes to 25°C. However, the summer months (May-Sep) are well-known for the hot weather and the temperature reaches 43°C and higher, which makes it a good time for those looking for Kuwait cheapest hotel prices.
Once you plan to stay in Kuwait, you will never get bored as there are a lot of places to see. We’ve picked some sights to see in Kuwait, such as
Kuwait Towers, that are a group of three towers rising above the rest of the city, offering the best views in all of Kuwait and holds restaurants and cafés.
Grand Mosque is the largest, the most beautiful building in the country of Kuwait and the 8th largest mosque in the world that covers an area of 45,000 square meters.
Scientific Center is a center for environmental education of the Persian Gulf which is located in Salmiya, and covers an area of 80,000 square meters. The center contains a large aquarium holding over 100 different species of animals, IMAX cinema, interactive learning center, and a gift shop.
Kuwait Zoo is a zoo located in Farwaniya. It is one of the most interesting places which makes visitors spell-bounded every time they see the animals. The zoo is around 180,000 m2 in area and it is divided into four major sections including animal section, cultural center, services and maintenance section, life sciences division and veterinary clinic.
Kuwait International Airport is the main airport in Kuwait. It’s 37.7 square kilometers in size and it consists of 5 terminals that can accommodate more than nine million passengers annually. The airport offers several transportation options to get to/from the airport; you can pick a bus from outside the arrivals terminal or take a taxi as the fare to downtown is around 6 KWD or you can simply rent a car.
Kuwait has an array of hotels to stay in for all kinds of travelers, from ranging budget lodges to luxurious hotels.
Spice up your holiday season with a luxury experience at JW Marriott Hotel Kuwait, that offers a range of modern amenities alongside luxury rooms, a beautiful indoor pool and spa services. As well as, Symphony Style Kuwait, A Radisson Collection Hotel, which offers a stunning view of the Arabian Gulf, Wellness facilities and Business facilities.
If you want to enjoy your trip to Kuwait without attacking your wallet, you can go for cheap friendly hotels such as Carlton Tower Hotel Kuwait, that is 0.7 km from Kuwait National Museum and 0.5 km from Arabian Gulf. Additionally, or you can stay in Le Jazz Hotel and be close to The Mirror House and Green Island.
Capture the vibrant spirit of the beach that suits both the young and the young at heart at Hilton Kuwait Resort, that is a 5-minute drive away from Al Kout Mall. As well as Spice Boutique Hotel Salmiya, that is 0.4 km from Kuwait Scientific Center and the Aquarium and 2 km from Al-Bustan Mall. Also, you can stay in Ibis Sharq, that is less than 2 km from Kuwait Towers, Souq Sharq and Mubarkia traditional Souq.
1- Which hotels are closest to Kuwait International Airport?
2- What are the hotels in Kuwait that provide a tasty breakfast?
3- What are the top most hotels in Kuwait for couples or honeymooners?
4- What are the best ideal hotels in Kuwait City?
5- What are the best hotels in Kuwait with a swimming pool?
6- What are the best neighborhoods to stay in when visiting Kuwait?
The popular areas in Kuwait are Hawally, Salmiya, and Kuwait City District.
7- How much does it cost to stay at a 5-star hotel in Kuwait for this weekend?
The average price for a 5-star hotel in Kuwait per night starts from 446SAR.
8- What are the best hotels in Kuwait near Kuwait Towers?
Food in Kuwait will be costing around 24.70 SAR.
Kuwait is dealing in KWD, so make sure to budget your home currency accordingly to KWD rate.