Its stars: the picturesque Ritz-Carlton Reserve in the Red Sea

The first Ritz-Carlton sanctuary in the Middle East will soon be in Saudi Arabia. Its stars will open this year…

If you dream of spending a luxurious vacation, the first three hotels will open in the Red Sea destination: Six Senses, St. Regis, and Nojoom, The Ritz-Carlton Reserve.

Its stars represent the brand’s first project in the Middle East and join the five Ritz-Carlton reserves around the world. Its stars are distinguished by a wonderful location on Amhat Island with the St. Regis Red Sea Resort, and it enjoys stunning natural views and views.

His stars join an exclusive group of just five Ritz-Carlton hotels around the world. Promising to deliver transformative and immersive experiences for guests, this ultra-luxurious private retreat will be home to 63 one- to four-bedroom overwater and beach villas.

Promising to provide distinct and immersive experiences for guests, this ultra-luxury private retreat blends “seclusion and sophistication to create a luxurious retreat,” promises a statement from Marriott’s Chief Development Officer, Jerome Brett.

Five-star amenities will range from lavish spa and swimming pools to a range of restaurants. Recreational events will be high on the agenda and, as such, there will be insight into the protection of the local landscape.

Room rates and booking details have not been announced yet. But stay tuned, reservations are expected to open in the coming weeks.

All The Ritz-Carlton hotels are located in hand-picked remote locations around the world, combining human connection with the unique elements of local culture, heritage and environment. It is found in Thailand, Japan, Indonesia, Puerto Rico and Mexico.

Hotels coming to the Red Sea destination

The St. Regis Red Sea

The first phase of development of The Red Sea Project is on track for completion by the end of 2023, with a total of 16 hotels set to provide 3,000 hotel rooms across five islands and two inland locations, which will be ready by the end of 2024.

On Shura Island, we expect to open luxury hotels from the EDITION, Grand Hyatt, Fairmont, Jumeirah, Miraval and SLS, each carrying its own distinct style and design. On a separate island called Mothers of the Sheikh Island, the St. Regis Red Sea Resort will be located, while the Six Senses Resort will be located in one of two inland locations that form part of the Red Sea development.

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