In the historic AlUla, Dar Tantora The House Hotel, offers an eco-community experience, blending seamlessly with the region’s rich culture.
We connect guests with AlUla’s vibrant history and culture through authentic, bespoke experiences and a welcoming atmosphere.
Here, ancient civilizations’ stories entwine with a vision for a sustainable future, offering a unique journey back in time, where time is not measured in hours, but in moments and memories.
AlUla, a hidden gem in northwest Saudi Arabia, is a breathtaking destination that offers a unique blend of natural beauty and historical significance.
Known as a living museum, it showcases preserved tombs, historic dwellings, and monuments spanning over 200,000 years of human history.
Journey through ‘The Door’, our original mudbrick village with 30 unique ‘Dar’s.
Here, each house tells a story, blending traditional architecture with modern touches, offering a genuine feel of AlUla’s heritage.
Specialty Teas, Coffees, Local Sweets & Snacks
Luxury Cigar Experience
Spa with Traditional Arabic Beauty Experiences
Gym & Fitness Activities
Developed by Kerten Hospitality and Michelin Star Chef Jaume Puigdengolas, Joontos presents a delightful selection of Saudi-inspired dishes, each crafted with seasonal ingredients sourced from the oasis.
Experience the convenience of dining in the comfort of your own room
Enjoy the oasis views from our rooftop café
Dar Tantora The House Hotel offers captivating guest experiences.
Explore ancient landscapes, enjoy serene desert dawn views from the sky, and immerse in local culture and traditions.
Discover regional cuisine secrets and engage in sustainable practices.
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A desert dining experience combined with star gazing
Culinary lessons featuring local cuisine at the picturesque farm
A leisurely stroll through the oasis, followed by an outstanding picnic
Dar Tantora The House Hotel offers rituals and experiences designed to create an ambiance, atmosphere, and character that align with the authenticity and essence of AlUla.
Each morning from 7 am to 11 am, the breadmaking ritual will take place in the corridor adjacent to Joontos Restaurant.
All guests are offered a Saudi coffee on arrival as part of the welcome ceremony, and the coffee ritual is performed at regular intervals throughout the day, starting from 8 am.
Each evening before sunset, between Asr & Maghrib Prayer time, the team starts the Lighting the Lanterns ritual from Tantora Square, accompanied by the Bokhoor & Oud ritual.
Engage in traditional games steeped in history
Gather for captivating storytelling sessions
Discover and practice age-old beauty rituals
Lions Tombs at Dadan, 1968, Peter J. Parr. © Royal Commission for AlUla
Experience the traditional Al Samri performances, a highlight of regional culture.
Celebrating the arrival of each new season in AlUla, embracing the unique beauty and traditions of every season change.