It is a well-known fact that camels have been considered a dignified, majestic animal in Saudi Arabia for centuries. To preserve the almost sacred status of the animals, a new camel hotel was opened in the country. The announcement was timed for a camel festival named after King Abdul Aziz, with camel owners from all over the world, including the United States, Russia and France.

Located in the middle of the desert, the hotel has 120 rooms. Of course, these are not real rooms, but paddocks without a roof, so the conditions are quite harsh, but on a camel level it is smoothly five-star. The facility is maintained by 50 people who offer all kinds of services to the camels: caring for their hair, caring for them and preparing the best food for the animals.

The camel hotel costs 33 thousand forints per night.