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Local Name:
مشروع البحر الأحمر
Budget:
$27B
Announced:
31 Jul 2017
Construction Start:
07 Aug 2019
Opening:
2030
Area:
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    ENVI Lodges, the ecolodge brand, and Al Rasim Hotels & Resorts, have announced plans to develop a waterfront ecolodge project on the Red Sea coast of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
    The lodge will be made of approximately 40 modular pods, prefabricated and transported to the site, where they will be installed on individual decks, hence lowering the impact on the environment, and minimizing any disturbance on the site. The project will adhere to ENVI’s thorough sustainability standards which have been vetted by Beyond Green, the sustainability alliance that ENVI is part of. The facilities of the lodge will include a restaurant, a beach club, private pools, an experience hub, a wellness sanctuary, and a kids club. The lodge is expected to open by mid 2023.
    Source: https://www.breakingtravelnews.com/news/article/envi-lodges-al-rasim-to-open-ecolodge-on-saudi-arabias-red-sea-coast/

  3. Heavy-lift specialist Mammoet has been hired to transport and install 73 stainless steel pods that will be villas at Saudi Arabia’s “hyper luxury” Sheybarah Island Resort, part of the country’s Red Sea tourism mega project.




    The villas are being manufactured by Grankraft Industries in Sharjah, UAE and Mammoet will have to ship them to the Red Sea and fix them to their foundations, where they will hang over the water. To minimise the resort’s visual impact on ecologically-diverse Sheybarah Island, Dubai-based architects Killa Design specified a mirror-like stainless steel cladding for the pods that reflects the natural surroundings.
    Source: https://www.globalconstructionreview.com/mammoet-to-install-steel-villa-pods-at-hyper-luxury-saudi-resort/

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    Rosewood has signed a management agreement with The Red Sea Development Company for a new luxury resort in Saudi Arabia. Located along Saudi Arabia’s west coast on Shura Island, the new Rosewood hotel will open as part of phase one of the multi-complex Red Sea development. The Red Sea destination, located 550 km north of Jeddah, will comprise of a marina, yacht club, numerous hotels, commercial retail and dining options, as well as an 18-hole championship golf course.


    The Rosewood Red Sea will feature 149 guest rooms and suites, three restaurants, two lounges, event pavilions, a spa with seven treatment rooms, a gym, two movement studios and a yoga pavilion.

    Encompassing 22 islands and five inland sites by the time it completes in 2030, The Red Sea destination will be home to a luxury and upper-upscale segment composed of mono-island resorts, beach resorts, centralized island-hubs, and inland resorts in the desert and mountains.
    Source: https://www.travelnewsasia.com/news22/275-RosewoodRedSea.shtml & https://www.hoteliermiddleeast.com/
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    Saudi Arabia’s The Red Sea Project has unveiled its first branded residences. Residences make up one-eighth of the project’s development, with 8,000 hotel rooms and 1,000 residential keys by 2030. Nujuma, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve has been confirmed for The Red Sea Development Company’s (TRSDC) destination. A landmark announcement for Marriott, Nujuma marks the brand’s debut in the region and the fifth property in the brand globally.


    Nujuma will be situated on a pristine set of private islands, which are part of the Red Sea’s Blue Hole cluster of islands. Surrounded by natural beauty and designed to blend with the environment, the resort is expected to feature 63 one to four bedroom water and beach villas. Plans also include a range of amenities and exceptional services including a spa, swimming pools, multiple culinary venues, a retail area and a variety of other leisure and entertainment offerings including a Conservation Center.
    Notably, the property has confirmed to include 18 Ritz-Carlton Reserve branded residences. This is the first confirmation of residential units at the destination.
    Source: https://www.hoteliermiddleeast.com/saudi-arabia/red-sea-project-residences

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  10. Saudi Arabia's Red Sea project plans to build 50 luxury hotels by 2030.

    Six Senses and St Regis hotels will be the first to open, and guests will be welcomed already from the beginning of 2023. These will be followed by EDITION, Fairmont, Raffles, SLS, Grand Hyatt, Intercontinental Hotels and Resorts and Jumeirah.

    The gateway to the Red Sea Project will be Shurayrah Island, where Foster + Partners is designing a hub called Coral Bloom to accommodate the debut hotels. Part of an archipelago of 90 islands, just 22 of them will be developed, meaning 75 per cent of them will be protected. The destination also features desert dunes, mountain canyons, dormant volcanoes, and ancient cultural and heritage sites.
    By 2030, the Red Sea Project expects to host one million visitors annually (capped in line with its sustainability ambitions), creating upwards of 70,000 new jobs and contributing US$5.3 billion to the nation’s GDP once fully operational.
    The first phase of the Red Sea Project is due to be completed by the end of 2023, with a total of 16 hotels offering 3,000 hotel rooms on five islands and two inland sites. It will also include a luxury marina, an 18-hole golf course, leisure and entertainment facilities, and an international airport that will be accessible to 80 percent of the world's population in less than eight hours and is expected to serve up to one million passengers per year by 2030.

    Upon completion of the project in 2030, the site will host 50 hotels offering up to 8,000 hotel rooms and around 1,000 residential properties across 22 islands and six inland areas.

    Link: https://globetrender.com/2022/04/21/saudi-arabia-red-sea-project-regenerative-tourism/

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