The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC) has announced three new hotels for its landmark ultra-luxury destination, the Red Sea Project.
A Raffles, Fairmont and a Grand Hyatt are all planned for Saudi Arabia’s regenerative-tourism focused Giga Project, the first phase of which is set to launch at the end of 2022.
Fairmont Red Sea (pictured), operated by Accor, will be a luxurious family, wellness and nature focused resort featuring 200 rooms, seven dining outlets, including overwater restaurants, meetings and event space, a greenhouse and a spa centre. It will be situated next to an 18-hole championship golf course.
Sister property, Raffles Red Sea, also operated by Accor, will offer its signature personalised hospitality across its room and suite options, plus six dining destinations, a spa and several meeting venues.
Meanwhile, a Hyatt affiliate has entered a management agreement with TRSDC to open a 430-room Grand Hyatt hotel on Shaura Island, the Red Sea Project’s hub on Saudi Arabia’s west coast.
The luxury resort will be the largest of 11 hotels set to open on the island and will occupy a prime position within this innovative tourist development. It will be located near the soon-to-be-developed Red Sea International Airport.