Why we're already falling in love with The St. Regis Red Sea Resort
Feast your eyes…
It’s no secret that the Red Sea is set to be one of the most glamorous destinations in Saudi Arabia. The area was also recently named one of TIME’S World’s Greatest Places 2023. And now you can take a peek at one of the hotels opening soon: The St. Regis Red Sea Resort.
Set on a private, pristine island, Ummahat Island, The St. Regis Red Sea Resort showcases luxury at its finest.
Offering killer beach-side views, the resort is set to have a collection of 90 overwater and beachfront villas, each with a spacious footprint plus a private pool.
Dreaming about how to get there? The island can be accessed by a chartered boat or seaplane.
The secluded area provides the environment for you to chill out and soak in tailored services and innovative designs.
The comfortable bedrooms feature sleek blue accents that seem to be inspired by the gorgeous Red Sea. You can also dine in at one of the three fine-dining restaurants at the resort each with a different concept.
The St. Regis Butler service is also set to amplify your stay. It comes alongside a curated selection of signature rituals for you to enjoy.
The perfect getaway awaits…
There’s not much of a wait anymore, as the venue will be one of the three first resorts opening to the public in May 2023. The other two include Six Senses Southern Dunes and Nujuma, which is a Ritz-Carlton Reserve.
The three hotels will be a part of the first phase of the Red Sea development. Once complete the network is set to include everything from Edition by Marriott to Hyatt’s Miraval brand. Additionally, there is also set to be Faena hotel and SLS from Accor.
The Red Sea Project will be showcasing some of the world’s very few remaining untouched tourist spots. Visitor numbers will be kept to a maximum of 1 million to preserve the natural beauty of the area.
Sounds like staycay goals to us.
For more information please visit marriott.com.
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