Saudi Red Sea project is set to boast 16 luxury hotels by 2023
The stunning project is huge…
Picture this: clear aquamarine waters as far as the eye can see, luxurious swathes of golden sandy beach and top class service at a luxury hotel. Are you in the Maldives? Think again. The stunning Saudi Red Sea project is on track to become one of the world’s must-visit destinations.
The Red Sea project comprises of more than 90 idyllic islands, desert stretches and breathtaking mountains. It has been revealed that the project is set to boast 16 luxe hotels by the year 2023, and it’s predicted that the destination is set to welcome up to a million visitors per year.
There is a huge focus on sustainability. On the Red Sea project website, it states that it ‘will mitigate carbon dioxide emissions, waste production, and light and noise pollution, maintaining the destination at a level equivalent to a Marine Protected Area.’
Visitors to the site will get to enjoy access to some of Saudi Arabia’s precious cultural treasures, as well as a luxury holiday setting. You’ll find it on the West Coast of Saudi Arabia, between the cities of Umluj and Al Wajh. The vast and beautiful spot brings together many national wonders.
According to Business Traveller, ‘John Pagano, Chief Executive of the Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC), told Reuters he anticipated strong demand for the high-end coastal destination post-COVID-19, revealing that in its first phase, it aimed to attract 300,000 visitors annually.’
Pagano added: ‘When the project is fully completed in 2030 it will attract “800,000 to one million visitors per year max’.
We can’t wait to check it out…