Iconic Faena luxury resort is headed to the Red Sea
There will be a golf course, yacht club, marina, and more…
Who needs the Maldives when you have these turquoise waters and unique island resorts on your doorstep? Another one to be immediately added to your travel bucket list…Faena The Red Sea is set to open in Saudi Arabia in 2024.
Focusing on experiential hospitality, healing and wellness, and innovative culinary concepts, the 150-key resort will be made up of suites and villas each with their own private pools and endless ocean views.
The luxury resort will be located on Shura island as part of the Coral Bloom concept launched by His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince, Chairman of The Red Sea Development Company, in collaboration with world-renowned architecture firm, Foster and Partners.
The sustainable designs take inspiration from the Kingdom’s natural beauty, ensuring that the natural environment is not only preserved, but enhanced for generations to come.
Included within the imaginative destination: six restaurants by acclaimed chefs, a holistic healing house, South American inspired spa, a lavish nightlife experience called The Living Room, live entertainment, and art exhibitions. Plus guests will have access to an 18-hole championship golf course, 118-berth marina and yacht club, adventure centre, and luxury retail.
Faena’s five-star luxury resorts are known for their decadent design, luxe amenities, outstanding service, and an extravagant 1950s art-deco appeal. There’s currently resorts in Miami Beach and Buenos Aires, with New York slated to open in 2024 along with Faena The Red Sea.
Can’t wait til 2024? We get it. Elsewhere on The Red Sea archipelago, you’ll be able to check into the St. Regis and The Ritz Carlton Reserve early next year on Ummahat Island. As well as more luxury openings from Edition, Grand Hyatt, Fairmont, Jumeirah, Miraval, and SLS on Shura Island.
Images: Faena/Red Sea Global