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It’s not too early to start planning your next trip to The Red Sea Project, Saudi Arabia’s much-anticipated luxury getaway. Of course, you’ll have to stop at Riyadh hotels after your long flight to get a glimpse of what Saudi Arabia has to offer before exploring the Red Sea Project.
Saudi Red Sea Development Firm, the developers of the gigantic project on Saudi Arabia’s western coast, has announced the launch of nine new luxury hotels during the project’s first phase. It is located 550 kilometers north of Jeddah and covers an area of 10,800 sq. miles (28,000 sq. km) on Saudi Arabia’s west coast.
Envision is encircled by unspoiled coastlines and islands, inactive volcanoes, diverse natural and marine environments, and old archaeological sites.
The first phase of the Red Sea Program is scheduled to be finished by the end of 2023, with a maximum of 16 hotels offering 3,000 hotel rooms spread among different islands and two interior locations.
Top 9 New Hotels in Saudi Arabia’s the Red Sea Project
Saudi Arabia has challenged the world by transforming vast arid desert lands into an oasis, megacity projects, and now a mission to make the country the region’s tourist hub. Some of the details we’ll share about the Red Sea Project will blow your mind, so let’s look at the top nine properties presently under construction in the Red Sea Project’s phase one.
The famous Red Sea EDITION will not be an exception to the EDITION Hotel’s reputation as a one-of-a-kind hotel when it launches in 2023.
The hotel will have 240 bedrooms, including one-, two-, and three-bedroom suites, and will be located on the Shaura, the main island of the Red Sea Project. The designs of the hotel will highlight the finest of the cultural and social context of the site.
The hotel will include two trademark eateries, a target bar, a cocktail lounge, a gymnasium, a pool, and a spa.
SLS Red Sea
The hotel brand is renowned for its imaginative elegance, and this Saudi resort will be no exception.
With the famous Italian architect, Piero Lissoni, collaborating with the SLB hotel group’s quirky brand, the SLS Red Sea will include 150 hotel rooms, featuring twelve suites and fifteen villas with private pools, as well as a premium spa, state-of-the-art fitness center, and an altitude pool.
Exclusive SLS culinary and mixed drinks experiences, including Seabird, Fi’lia, and Floating World, will also be available to guests.
The Grand Hyatt
The Grand Hyatt, the Red Sea, will serve as the Kingdom’s second Grand Hyatt resort and the largest to debut in the first phase of The Red Sea Initiative. The 430-key family-friendly hotel will have a combination of big rooms and suites.
There will be first-rate recreational and eating facilities, as well as a marina, an 18-hole golf world-class golf course, as well as private access to a beach.
The Grand Hyatt, the Red Water, will also have a remarkable architectural style that, like the Red Sea Project, will resemble a blooming of corals in the sea from above.
Raffles Hotels and Resorts
Nothing could be more pleasant than a vacation at a Raffles resort surrounded by beautifully planted grounds. Like every other Raffles in the world, Raffles Red Sea will establish new benchmarks for luxury and personalized hospitality.
On top of 200 spacious rooms and suites, the resort will have six restaurant and beverage outlets, a beach club, a full-service spa, and a large 565-square-meter conference area.
The hotel will include activities for nature enthusiasts, recreational adventurers, intellectual explorers, and wellness seekers, all as part of the hotel’s hyper-personalized experience for well-traveled guests.
Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts
Jumeirah, a hotel and leisure firm in the United Arab Emirates, has chosen The Red Sea Initiative as its first venture into Saudi Arabia. Relax in one of the 170 suites and rooms wherein luxury living, renowned dining, and seamless well-being await you.
Six Senses Southern Dunes
Six Senses Southern Dune, The Red Sea is the destination to go for more real experiences of nature, animals, and culture.
The 76-room resort will be nestled among desert mountains and small valleys, with the Oasis serving as the reception desk, lobby, communal lounges, and meeting spaces. The Earth Lab, an ecological area that highlights the hotel’s sustainability initiatives to minimize waste, produce sustainably, and support ecosystems and communities, is also located here.
It will house four pods in the Artisan Village to represent the region’s cultural and historical heritage via arts and crafts, ballet, and music. A chef’s table, culinary school, a cocktail lounge, a water bar, and a brew bar supplement the all-day eating restaurant.
The open-plan villas at 6 Senses Southern Dune, The Red Sea, are influenced by the dunes and give a tranquil location to enjoy the peacefulness of the natural desert scenery.
Intercontinental Resort and the Red Sea
InterContinental Properties & Resorts currently operates 37 hotels in Saudi Arabia and will add another with the inauguration of InterContinental Resorts Red Sea. Foster + Partners is designing the premium hotel, which will be situated on Shaura Island.
All 210 sea-facing rooms will have access to the beach, allowing guests to stroll out into the Red Sea dunes from their rooms. It will also include seven distinct culinary experiences, enormous swimming pools, and premium leisure amenities such as a spa and a fitness club.
Fairmont Red Sea
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts by Accor is heading to the country’s Red Sea Project. The Fairmont Red Sea will be a premium, family-friendly hotel with attention to wellness and nature. The hotel will feature 200 rooms and suites situated on Shaura island, directly near the central golf course.
It will have seven beverage and food establishments, including overwater restaurants with views of the Red Sea and neighboring mangroves. The hotel will have nearly 2,000 square meters of conference and banqueting space, greenhouses, and a spa center.
Regis Hotels and Resorts
St. Regis Red Sea Destination solidifies the brand’s position as a worldwide leader in luxury and the continuous expansion of its range in the Gulf Region.
The resort, located on a secluded island, will have 90 villas, two trademark eateries, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, a spa, and a children’s club.