2018 Middle East Conference

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United by our shared commitment of transforming cardiovascular care, we invite you to join us for an innovative educational experience that will strengthen your everyday practice. The 2018 ACC Middle East Conference provides an engaging forum to critically examine evidence-based strategies as well as contemporary best practices and clinical decision-making in order to reach our common objective of improving heart health of patients with cardiovascular disease.

Strive to be your best — join us in our vision of a world where innovation and knowledge optimize cardiovascular care and outcomes.

Attend this conference and you will:

Challenge the norm: Discuss, share and critique the latest in cardiovascular prevention and care with GLOBAL EXPERTS in an intimate and interactive setting.

Lead the way: LOCAL LEARNING designed to empower you to transform your community through educational topics such as the recently released hypertension guidelines and top clinical trials to change your practice as well as the latest in acute coronary syndrome, heart failure, valvular disease, arrhythmia and prevention.

Power your mind: Find PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS for everyday problems by using real-world approaches to guideline-driven care. Participant driven sessions will challenge your knowledge in areas such as ECG and imaging interpretation.

Ignite conversation: The conference provides a platform for CREATING CONNECTIONS and networking with faculty and colleagues offering shared discussion and bi-directional learning.

PLUS: Become an ACC International Associate member or if you're already an ACC member, get access to one of ACC's premier educational products.


Advances in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease (CVD) have yielded remarkably positive results, with a steady decline in CVD mortality across the globe. However, despite this remarkable progress, CVD remains the leading cause of death throughout the world and its prevalence remains high, making it a global public health priority and an intensive focus of research. Such research has led to new evidence that continues to accrue about the underlying pathophysiology as well as strategies to enhance CVD prevention, evaluation and treatment. As care of the patient with CVD becomes more complex, it is imperative that cardiovascular professionals have an opportunity for a comprehensive review of evidence-based practices and exposure to state-of-the-art updates, innovative techniques and translational research on the diagnosis and management of cardiovascular disease.


By increasing their expert knowledge, participants should be able to identify guideline-driven, contemporary approaches to cardiovascular patient care.

Target Audience

This conference is intended for practicing physicians in cardiology, internal medicine and family practice as well as cardiology fellows-in-training.

Learning Objectives

  • Synthesize foundational and advanced cardiovascular disease knowledge, contemporary best practices, and effective care delivery for cardiovascular prevention, evaluation and management
  • Demonstrate appropriate interpretation of cardiovascular guidelines and diagnostic strategies needed in daily practice
  • Demonstrate improved auscultation, ECG interpretation and clinical decision-making
  • Utilize appropriate therapeutic strategies in the treatment of patients with hyperlipidemia and hypertension
  • Apply the latest evidence to the evaluation, medical management and surgical treatment of patients with valvular heart disease
  • Describe the best practices in the treatment of patients with heart failure including new drugs, surgical strategies and after-discharge care strategies
  • Identify best practices for the management of patients with atrial and ventricular arrhythmias

Conference Co-Chairs

Mohammed Balghith, MBChB, FACC
Vice President, Saudi Heart Association
ACC Saudi Arabia Chapter Governor
Associate Professor KSU
Consultant Adult Interventional Cardiology
King Abdulaziz Medical City (NGHA)
Riyadh, KSA

William Zoghbi, MD, MACC
Elkins Family Distinguished Chair in Cardiac Health, DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center
Chair, Department of Cardiology
Professor of Cardiology, Institute for Academic Medicine
Full Member, Research Institute
Houston Methodist
Weill Cornell Medical College
Houston, TX, USA

Planning Committee

Mirvat A. Alasnag, MD, MBChB
King Fahd Armed Forces Hospital
Jeddah, KSA

Waleed Abdullah Al Habeeb, MD
President, Saudi Heart Failure Working Group
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Al Faisal University
King Saud University
Consultant Cardiologist, Heart Failure and Heart Transplantation
King Faisal Heart Center-King Faisal Specialist Hospital
Consultant Cardiologist, King Fahad Cardiac Center
King Khalid University Hospital
Consultant Heart Failure Cardiologist
Prince Sultan Cardiac Center-Qassim
Riyadh, KSA

Yahya Al Hebaishi, MD
Director Adult Cardiology Department
Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist
Prince Sultan Cardiac Centre
Riyadh, KSA

Ahmed Hamad Aljizeeri, MD, FACC
Assistant Professor of Cardiology
King Saud bin Abdulaziz University
Consultant, Adult Cardiology and Advanced Imaging
King Abdulaziz Cardiac Center
Riyadh, KSA

Wael Al Mahmeed, MD, FACC
Consultant Cardiologist
Cleveland Clinic, Abu Dhabi
Clinical Associate Professor
UAE University
Adjunct Staff Position
Cleveland Clinic, Ohio
Abu Dhabi, UAE

Feras M. Bader, MD, MS, FACC
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine
Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University
Director, Section of Heart Failure and Transplant
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi
Chairman, Heart Failure Working Group of Emirates Cardiac Society
Consultant Cardiologist, Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi, UAE

Alison Bailey, MD, FACC
Erlanger Health System/University of Tennessee
Chief of Medicine, Chattanooga
Chattanooga, TN, USA

Amr Bannan

Dipti Itchhaporia, MD, FACC
Robert and Georgia Roth Chair for Excellence in Cardiac Care
Director of Disease Management
Hoag Heart and Vascular Institute
Assistant Clinical Professor
University of California, Irvine
Newport Beach, CA, USA

Abdulhalim Kinsara, FACC, MBChB
Assistant Professor
Head of Adult Cardiology
King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University
King Faisal Cardiac Center
King Abdulazz Medical City-WR
Jeddah, KSA

Ghassan S. Kiwan, MD, FACC
ACC Lebanon Chapter Governor
Director, Division of Cardiology
Bellevue Medical Center University
Affiliated Hospital Mansourieh El Metn
Beirut, Lebanon

Nasser A. Mahdi, MD, FACC
Chairman, Cardiovascular Department
Consultant Adult Interventional Cardiologist
King Faisal Hospital and Research Centre
Jeddah, KSA

Mohamed Sohby Aly, MBChB, FACC
Professor of Cardiology, Alexandria University
Alexandria, Egypt


Magdy Abdelhamid Abdel Aziz, MD
President, Egyptian Society of Cardiology
Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine
Faculty of Medicine
Cairo University
Giza, Egypt

Naeem Abdulmoneem Al-Shoaibi, MBBS
Consultant, Cardiology and Electrophysiology
Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital
Jeddah, KSA

Bernard Abi-Saleh, MD, FACC
Associate Professor of Medicine
American University of Beirut Faculty of Medicine and Medical Center
Beirut, Lebanon

Dr. Seraj Abualnaja, MD
Consultant Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology
Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital.
Jeddah, KSA

Consultant, Interventional Cardiology
King Fahad Armed Forces Hospital
Jeddah, KSA

Hussein S. Alamri, MD
Prince Sultan Cardiac Centre
Riyadh, KSA

Husam Al-Faleh, MD
President, Saudi Heart Association
Riyadh, KSA

Khalid A. Al Faraidy, MBBS, MD
President, Saudi Arabian Cardiac Interventional Society
Director, KFMMC Cardiac Center
Al Khafjī, KSA

Osama Al-Hadramy, MD, MBBCh, FRCPC
Consultant, Interventional Cardiology
Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz National Guard Hospital
Almadinah Almonawrah, KSA

Zohair Y. Al-Halees, MD, MBBS, FACC
Advisor for Cardiovascular Services to the CEO
Distinguished Senior Cardiac Surgeon/Consultant
King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre
Riyadh, KSA

Maryam Mohamed Al Qaseer, MBBCh, BAO
Deputy Director of Residency Training Program in Internal Medicine
Quality Program Director in Cardiology Department
Consultant Cardiologist
King Fahad Specialist Hospital, Dammam
Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain

Khaled F. Al-Shaibi, CHB, MB, FACC
King Fahd Armed Forces Hospital
Jeddah, KSA

Muhammad Naeem Aslam, FACC
Professor and Chief of Cardiology at Faisalabad Institute of Cardiology
Lahore, Pakistan Hospital & Health Care
Faisalabad, Pakistan

Atif Alzahrani, MBBS, MD
Consultant, Adult Cardiologist and Advanced Cardiac Imaging
King Abdulaziz Medical City – Western Region
Jeddah, KSA

Fahad Baslaib, MBBS, FACC
Director, Cardiology Department
Rashid Hospital
Immediate Past President, Emirates Cardiac Society
Dubai, UAE

Biykem Bozkurt, MD, PhD, FACC
Professor of Medicine-Cardiology
Mary and Gordon Cain Chair of Internal Medicine in the Winters Center for Heart Failure Research
W. A. "Tex" and Deborah Moncrief, Jr. Chair
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX, USA

Hassan Chamsi-Pasha, MD, FACC
Consultant Cardiologist
King Fahd Armed Forces Hospital
Jeddah, KSA

Ammar Chaudhary, MBChB, FRCPC
Consultant Cardiologist, Department of Cardiology
King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center
Jeddah, KSA

Mohamed Ali El Sabah, MBBS
Consultant Adult Cardiologist Non-invasive (Echocardiography)
King Fahad Armed Forces Hospital
Jeddah, KSA

James C. Fang, MD, FACC
Professor of Medicine
John and June B. Hartman Presidential Endowed Chair
Chief, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Executive Director, Cardiovascular Service Line, University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Mohammed A. Habbab, MD
Senior Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist
Director of Academic and Training Affairs Administration
Prince Sultan Cardiac Center
Riyadh, KSA

Nabeel Ismail, MD, ABIM, FRCPC
Consultant Interventional Cardiologist
King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center
Jeddah, KSA

Anwar D. Jelani, MD
Head, Section of Cardiology
Consultant Cardiology
King Abdulaziz Medical City
Acting Program Director, EMS Program, KSAU, MNGHA
General Secretary, Saudi Cardiac Prevention and Rehabilitation Group, Saudi Heart Association
Al Ahsa, KSA

Saibal Kar, MD, FACC
Director, Interventional Cardiac Research
Associate Professor, Medicine
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Los Angeles, CA, USA

Feras H. Khaliel, MD, PhD, DESC
Consultant Cardiovascular Surgeon, CVS Residency Program Director
Associate Professor of Surgery, Alfaisal University
King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre
Riyadh, KSA

Neal Kleiman, MD, FACC
Associate Professor of Medicine
Methodist DeBakey Heart Center
Houston, TX, USA

Ahmed M. Krimly, MD
Consultant Interventional and Adult Congenital Heart Disease Cardiologist
King Faisal Cardiac Centre
King Abdul Aziz Medical City
National Guard
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Cardiology
King Saud bin Abdul Aziz University for Health Sciences
Jeddah, KSA

Stephen Henry Little, BSc, MD, FACC
Director, Cardiovascular Fellowship Program
John S. Dunn Chair in Clinical Cardiovascular Research and Education
Associate Professor, Department of Cardiology, Weill Cornell Medicine
Houston Methodist Hospital
Adjunct Associate Professor of Bioengineering of Engineering
Rice University, George R. Brown School
Active Staff Houston Methodist Hospital
Methodist DeBakey Cardiology Associates
Houston, TX, USA

Roxana Mehran, MD, FACC
Professor of Medicine
Director of Interventional Cardiovascular Research and Clinical Trials at the Zena
and Michael A. Wiener Cardiovascular Institute
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
New York, NY, USA

Mohammed Qutub, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Consultant Interventional Cardiologist
Chairman of Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Unit
Deputy Chairman of Department of Medicine
Director of Coronary Care Unit
Program Director of Cardiology Fellowship
King Abdulaziz University Hospital
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Biljana Parapid, MD, PhD, FESC
Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine - Cardiology
School of Medicine University of Belgrade
Belgrade, Serbia

Hany I. Ragy, MBBCh, MSc, MD
Attending Consultant Cardiologist
Head of Department
National Heart Institute – Imbaba
Cairo, Egypt

Syed Ishtiaq Rasool, MD, PhD, FACC
Professor of Clinical and Interventional Cardiology
National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases
Karachi, Pakistan

Georges A. Saade, MD, FACC
Cardiovascular Disease Specialist
Bellevue Medical Center
Chair, Cardiovascular Prevention Working Group at the Lebanese Society of Cardiology
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine
Beirut, Lebanon

Walid I. Saliba, MD, FACC Director, Electrophysiology Lab
Associate Section Head, Pacing and Electrophysiology Section
Co-Director, Ventricular Arrhythmia Center
Medical Director, Center for Atrial Fibrillation
Staff Cardiologist, Section of Cardiac Electrophysiology and Pacing
Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH, USA

Fadi Sawaya, MD, FACC
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Cardiology
Interventional and Structural Cardiology
Director Structural Heart Program
American University of Beirut Medical Center
Beirut, Lebanon

Yosra Turkistani, MD
Adult Cardiologist
Assistant Professor
Umm Al-Qura University
Consultant Cardiology/ Echocardiography
King Abdullah Medical City
Makkah, KSA

Uthman AlUthman, MD
Robotic, Minimal Invasive & Transcathater Valve Cardiac Surgeon
Cardiothoracic Surgery Section
Cardiovascular Department
King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center
Jeddah, KSA

Salim S. Virani, MD, FACC
Associate Professor, Cardiology and Cardiovascular Research
Baylor College of Medicine
Investigator, Health Policy Quality and Informatics Program
Staff Cardiologist
Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center
Houston, TX, USA

The abstract submission portal for the 2018 Middle East Conference is now closed. No additional abstracts will be accepted. We will notify authors of the accepted abstracts by September 20, 2018.

Please note: All ACC Middle East Conference 2018 abstracts are embargoed until Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, at 8:15 a.m. AST/1:15 a.m. ET. ACC media staff will notify lead investigators if their submission is selected for further promotion. The ACC welcomes the participation of institutions in promoting research presented at ACC Middle East Conference 2017. All promotions must abide by the embargo date and time. For questions, please contact ACC Sr. Media Relations Associate Katie Glenn, kglenn@acc.org.

The Personalized Skills Center offers a selection of modules to choose from to augment the learning that takes place in the traditional classroom.

Sharpen your core cardiology skills while learning at your leisure on iPads by engaging in Heart Songs or ECG Drill and Practice modules. This is a uniquely dynamic learning opportunity you won't want to miss!

Heart Songs

Research reveals that cardiologists failed to identify more than half of basic murmurs and about 35 percent of advanced murmurs when challenged at a major medical meeting, but skills improved after a 90-minute training session.

Heart Songs provides you with a unique audiovisual experience specifically designed to refresh your cardiac auscultation skills. This clinical skills workshop features three "tracks":

  1. Common heart murmurs
  2. More advanced sounds such as bicuspid aortic valve and mitral valve prolapse
  3. Expert murmurs such as combined aortic stenosis and regurgitation, or combined mitral stenosis and regurgitation

First, pick a track and assess your baseline skills by taking a confidential pretest. Then simply view videos featuring classic heart murmurs accompanied by phonocardiograms and color Doppler echoes. Each video includes hundreds of repetitions of its murmur, and studies show that simple repetition is all you need to master a new sound. Watch the videos as many times as necessary to see a significant improvement on your posttest scores (most people need to watch 2 to 4 times). Each Heart Songs track takes approximately 30 minutes to complete and sessions are self-paced.

Heart Songs makes sure you know what your stethoscope is telling you!

ECG Drill & Practice

Brush up on your ECG interpretation skills with ECG Drill & Practice. Using our online Learn-Practice-Perform model, you will be able to:

  • Learn about some the most common abnormal ECG findings as well as how to differentiate them from each other
  • Practice your interpretation skills in comparison to our experts with online flash cards
  • Practice/Performa simulated ECG test featuring the format and answer options similar to those of the ABIM's certifying examination in cardiovascular disease and compare your answers to the experts

Brush up on a core cardiology skill with ECG Drill & Practice's 100+ ECGs and expert insight!

Body Interact Simulation Lab

Take an experiential, game-based deep-dive into acute and chronic cases covering a broad range of clinical scenarios with the help of the Body Interact Simulation. This physician guided, learn-by-doing approach is highly customizable and suitable for early career and advanced clinicians alike. Cases presented will utilize guidelines and clinical evidence, and will provide you with immediate feedback via a visual dashboard and expert debriefing. You won't want to miss this opportunity to test your skills and develop your clinical decision-making through real-time patient interaction and peer-to-peer discussion!

Click here to register for the meeting, or visit saudi-heart.com/acc and click the "Register Now" tab.

Conference Registration Rates
The registration rates include educational sessions, conference materials, continental breakfast, refreshment breaks and lunch.

Register me as:


Before Aug. 7

Aug. 8 to Oct. 21

Oct. 22 thru Oct. 27



800 SR

900 SR

1100 SR



900 SR

1000 SR

1200 SR

Nurse, CV Care Team


600 SR

700 SR

850 SR

FIT, Student


400 SR

500 SR

600 SR

*Proof of licensure required for PA, Tech, RN, CNS and NP (non-CCA members); letter from training director needed for Fellow in Training. International registrants are urged to FAX application to the ACC.

Cancellation, substitution or transfer to another course is allowed if written notification is received four weeks before a scheduled course. A full refund minus a $50 processing fee will be given for written notifications received fewer than four weeks before the first day of the course. No refund will be given for no-shows.

ACC reserves the right to cancel the course in the unlikely event of insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. If a course is canceled or postponed, ACC will refund registration tuition but cannot be held responsible for other costs or expenses, including cancellation/change penalties assessed by airlines, travel agencies or hotels.

Leadership Development Program
Register today for Leadership Development Program

The American College of Cardiology's Leadership Development Program offers a half-day intensive live course that addresses various skills and knowledge in cardiovascular leadership. The program design provides you with a broad understanding of leadership styles and skills. This program addresses diverse perspectives on critical leadership challenges while also providing an awareness of concepts and techniques relevant to leading effectively within one's own healthcare institution. The ACC often draws upon those who complete this program for future leadership roles within the College.

While strengthening leadership skills is a primary objective of the training course, the program also leverages having international leaders in the same room as an opportunity to exchange ideas and best practices. Lead by past president of the ACC, Dr. William Zoghbi, this interactive discussion allows attendees to provide special insight into their country's healthcare and leadership challenges. The program serves as a platform for emerging leaders in the cardiovascular community to gain a deeper understanding of the varied challenges facing the College's ever-growing international community. By connecting these emerging leaders, the program facilitates the building of professional relationships and creates new opportunities for collaboration that defy geographical distance.

This program will be held as a pre-conference opportunity on October 25, 2018 in the Tiahama Room located on the 2nd floor from 13:00-17:00.

Please contact Michael Phillips at mphillips@acc.org to register for this dynamic program.

In-Training Fellow Examination
Register today for the in-training fellow examination

Don't miss the American College of Cardiology's In-Training Exam at the conference. The exam features over 140 case-based questions and is a great opportunity for Fellows and practicing physicians to help understand the areas they need to focus on and where they are now, and provides a review of their progress over time.

The exam allows participants to:

  • Identify areas of deficiency that require further learning
  • Compare your performance with that of your peers in other training programs (in aggregate)

This exam will be held as a pre-conference opportunity on October 25, 2018 in the Abha Room located on the 2nd floor from 13:00-17:00.

Fee of $100 USD will be applicable.

The American College of Cardiology

ACC's Global Mission

The mission of the American College of Cardiology (ACC) is to transform cardiovascular care and to improve heart health for patients throughout the world. The ACC strives to achieve its enduring purpose through its initiatives in education, research, quality care improvement and health policy. The ACC is an experienced education provider with a proven track record of designing and implementing activities and programs that facilitate knowledge transfer, sustain a wide reach, and produce a measurable impact on the behavior of health care professionals and patients. In addition, the ACC's global network makes it an unparalleled purveyor of global thought leadership in cardiovascular health and guidelines of care.

Healthcare is a topic that has no borders, and the ACC is committed to improving cardiovascular health around the world through collaboration, knowledge exchange and resource sharing. ACC's commitment to improving global cardiovascular health is driven through targeted, localized initiatives, in partnership with leading cardiovascular societies around the world. This has been achieved through the development of International Chapters. Starting in 2009, ACC has been affiliating with leading cardiovascular societies around the world through these Chapters. The Chapters receive benefits from ACC such as joint sessions at major congresses, FIT membership, discounts on ACC activities, and opportunities to participate in ACC's Annual Scientific Session and other regional meetings. In exchange, these societies help to promote ACC to their local membership. Today, the ACC has 40 international Chapters and over 17,000 members outside the United States.

The ACC has a proud history of engagement with cardiologists both inside and outside of the USA that dates back to its founding. In recent years, the ACC has continued to see 40% of attendance at the Annual Scientific Session coming from outside of the United States. While recognizing the success of the Annual Scientific Session, many trends, including changing regulatory frameworks and increased global education, mean that ACC's future strategy will need to rely on reaching clinicians where they live and practice through a variety of innovative and cost-sensitive platforms. The ACC is developing a proactive and forward-thinking strategy to meet the needs of this shifting global landscape using the conveniences of modern technology and customized educational interventions for our global audiences.

For more information about the ACC, please visit acc.org/about-acc

Dear Partners,

The American College of Cardiology and the Saudi Heart Association are pleased to invite you to support a groundbreaking and innovative educational initiative — the ACC Middle East Conference, scheduled for October 25 – 27, 2018 at Le Méridien Jeddah. This conference is the third regional ACC conference in partnership with the ACC's International Chapters and presents a unique opportunity to reach a targeted group of 1000 cardiovascular professionals from amongst the Middle East in a truly intimate setting.

The two and one-half day conference will feature exceptional educational content designed by internationally renowned faculty, and will cover the most cutting-edge research and technological advancements in cardiology. The conference will emphasize interactive education modules and hands-on clinical decision-making skills to best meet the real-world needs of cardiologists across the region. This innovative approach breaks new ground in the way that clinicians interactively participate in a conference and makes the ACC Middle East Conference the most exclusive and sought after professional development opportunity in the Middle East.

Multiple opportunities exist to support the ACC Middle East Conference 2018 through customized sponsorships and an exhibitor presence. For sponsors, visibility and access to conference attendees will gain recognition of your company as a forward-thinking organization on the forefront of innovation and interested in perfecting the cardiovascular practice. For exhibitors, attendee flow into the exhibit hall will be maximized due to dedicated exhibit times, coffee breaks in the exhibit hall and co-location with a late-breaking poster session.

ACC considers supporters like you to be a vital part of this conference, providing our attendees the opportunity to gather useful information about your products and services. Your participation as a leading innovator in the cardiology field will complement the unique format of the conference and allow you to make impactful connections with the current and future leaders of cardiology in the region.

On behalf of the entire conference committee, we are excited to partner with you through the ACC Middle East Conference and look forward to seeing you in Jeddah!


Mohammad Balghith, MD, FACC
Conference Co-Chair
Riyadh, KSA

William Zoghbi, MD, MACC
Conference Co-Chair
Houston, TX, USA


Mr. Sanober Khan, Marketing Manager
Mobile : +966 548341009

Location: The ACC Middle East Conference 2018 is being held at the Le Méridien Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The Le Méridien Jeddah, pairs palatial surroundings with luxury hotel amenities. Dining captures both Saudi Arabian and international flavors. Saudi Arabia's second-largest city, Jeddah sits along the Red Sea, acting as a gateway to Makkah and a hub for commercial business. Sculptures and artwork are scattered throughout the city, a reflection of its intention to be an open-air museum, and the appreciation of art can also be found in galleries and museums in the city center and beyond. Set along the corniche, the hotel is ideally located for both business and leisure visitors with Tahlia and Palestine Streets, Al Balad and Jeddah Fountain and luxury shopping all nearby. King Abdulaziz International Airport is a quick 30-minute drive.

Le Méridien Jeddah
Al Hamra District
Jeddah, 21493
TEL: 012 663 3333

le meridien jeddah