Multiple intracranial meningiomas refer to the presence of multiple meningiomas in multiple intracranial locations in the same patient without signs of neurofibromatosis. The incidence varies from 1% to 10%. Despite the diversity, the prognosis of multiple intracranial meningiomas has no difference from that of benign solitary meningioma. However, malignant tumors of different grades are observed to occur simultaneously in one-third of multiple meningiomas. Surgery is still the best choice for the treatment of symptomatic lesions. Our case review aims to introduce and discuss a 50-year-old female patient diagnosed with multiple intracranial meningiomas, and to describe its clinical, radiological, and histological characteristics. It also emphasizes that the patient had four tumors, underwent surgery, and had a good long-term overcome.