Al Faisaliah (Olaya District)
At the foot of the Al Faisaliah skyscraper, this is one of Riyadh's swankiest malls, anchored by a Harvey Nichols department store. The numerous stores at this curvaceous, modern mall have been designed to suit local customs. For example, within the same restaurant, separate dining areas are there for men and women. Here you'll find a range of international designer wear and accessories, perfume and cosmetics.
The food court on the third floor is among the best in the Kingdom; the one in the basement, on the other hand, is deserted. There is a fun park in the basement near the entrance on Olaya Road. Families only Wed-Fri.
Al Mamlaka (Olaya District)
Al Mamlaka Tower (or Kingdom Center) is situated on Al-Urubah Road between King Fahd Road and Olaya Road in the growing business district of Olaya in Riyadh. Al-Mamlaka Tower was the winner of the 2002 Emporis Skyscraper Award, selected as the "Best skyscraper of the world for design".
A five-level shopping centre, which also won a major design award, fills the eastern tube. The large opening reddens when filled by workers and changes in hue throughout the month. Another of the Kingdom's swanky mall, with the third floor, Ladies Kingdom, reserved exclusively for women, whereby allowing them to remove their abaya should they choose while shopping. Good food court on the lower level and even a Planet Hollywood restaurant.
Euromarche Shopping Centre (Olaya District)
Euromarche Shopping Centre is a shopping complex in the Olaya District of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Owned and operated by the Arabian Marketing Company, the complex is spread over 50,000 square metres, has 90 shops & boutiques, five entrances and parking for over 700 cars.
Granada Centre (Ghernata District)
Granada Centre is a shopping mall located in the eastern ring road highway (airport direction) between exit 8-9 Ghernata District. Occupying an area of 466,000 square metres.
Granada Centre is considered as one of the largest shopping centres in Riyadh, It has accommodating parking spaces for up to 4,500 vehicles, 16 entrances, 10 main gates and 320 shops including its anchor stores, Extra, Paris Gallery, Carrefour, Debenhams, Etam Megastore, Fun Oasis, Obeikan, Traditionals, Early Learning Centre, Dr. Café, Splash, Terranova, Calliope, BSB, Alexi Andriotti, Suliman Alothaim Jewellery and Starbucks Coffee.
Sahara Mall (Intersection of King Abdul Aziz Rd and Prince Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Road)
Enormous mall on the northern side of the city. The mall has 180 shops anchored by a Tamimi Supermarket and features what may be the largest food court in the city; and if you can't find what you want here, the adjacent Sahara Plaza annex has more.