Bookmark These 10 Upcoming Hotels & Resorts In Middle East That Are Opening Doors In 2023

by Deeplata Garde
Bookmark These 10 Upcoming Hotels & Resorts In Middle East That Are Opening Doors In 2023

Covid19 ruined many of our travel plans in the last few years. But this new year might be different in terms of travel and stay. Relaxed restrictions have allowed many hotel groups to come up with an exciting array of properties. We have compiled a list of luxurious hotels & resorts that would open their doors in 2023 in the Middle East. Let’s have a look.

10 Upcoming Hotels In The Middle East In 2023

1. Atlantis The Royal, Dubai

Atlantis In Dubai, The Palm is the pinnacle of luxury. And with Atlantis’ introduction of The Royal as a new enterprise under its roof, our concept of luxury is undoubtedly being improved. A stay at the brand-new Dubai landmark Atlantis The Royal will completely change the way you perceive extravagance. For those who want to enjoy the elegance of the Atlantis group, the hotel has begun accepting reservations.

2. Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Muscat, Oman

As the ottoman empire receives its first Nikki Beach property, the hotel landscape in Oman is slated to undergo a change in the following year.

The Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Muscat will debut on Yiti Bay in the capital in the fall of 2023. It will be Nikki Beach’s sixth international resort. Nikki Beach is renowned throughout the world for its beach club concept.

3. The St Regis Red Sea Resort, Saudi Arabia

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St Regis will launch its property in the coming September in Riyadh.  The hotel will contain 83 rooms, including 23 suites, as well as two speciality restaurants, an outdoor pool, a fitness centre, and a spa. Many of the brand’s distinguishing features, such as its famed personalised butler service, will be offered. The St. Regis Riyadh will be a part of Via Riyadh, an upscale mixed-use building featuring shopping and entertainment options and a focal point of the royal city’s Riyadh Season.

4. Anantara Mina Al Arab Ras Al Khaimah Resort

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Later this year, Ras Al Khaimah will welcome the opening of this Maldivian-inspired resort. This will be the first eco-resort in the UAE to have floating villas with individual plunge pools.  Anantara Mina Al Arab Ras Al Khaimah Resort will include 174 rooms, suites, and villas. Additionally, it will have a pool bar, a seafood beach barbecue, and an overwater Thai restaurant.

5. Bab Al Shams, Rare Finds, Dubai

Bab Al Shams, a venerable desert refuge in Dubai, is poised to get a makeover. We are interested in this programme since Kerzner International Holdings Limited, the proprietor of Atlantis Resorts and Residences, is the driving force behind it. By showcasing each property’s own personality, setting, aptitude, and experience, it will respect each one’s originality. The food and beverage offerings will be the new resort’s primary focus.

6. Liwa Hotel, Autograph Collection, Abu Dhabi


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Abu Dhabi is bringing the epitome of luxury and seclusion amid the plush oasis of Liwa. Called the Liwa Hotel, Autograph Collection is elegant with architectural allusions matching both traditional and modern elements of the region. This desert jewel will include 66 rooms and suites that will divide into rooms, suites and three bedroom villa. Apart from the dining area, the recreation zone includes a spa, a fitness centre, a swimming pool, and a kids club.

Also Read:23 New Things In UAE To Look Forward To In 2023

7. The Peninsula, Turkey


Turkey’s party capital Istanbul will be home to a heritage splendour called The Peninsula. The Peninsula Istanbul, located within Galataport, a new waterfront revitalization project, offers a showcase of an ideal blend of vibrant Turkish culture and first-rate hospitality.  Along the glittering Bosphorus waterfront in the ancient area of Karaköy, this hotel will welcome guests in February 2023. The property is made up of four gorgeous buildings, three of which are historic and have been wonderfully renovated.

8. Raffles Doha


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Doha is the next luxury destination. An ultra-elegant hotel with all-suite accommodations, personal butlers, and family-friendly amenities, is coming to Qatar’s landmark Katara Towers. We are talking about Raffles, a worldwide famous group of hotels venture in Doha. Qatar is turning into a cultural heritage and Raffles Doha would be a perfect place to stay to explore the country and its culture. The brand will feature in the FIFA city of Lusail and will feature exclusive lounges, VIP movie theatres, banqueting and meeting facilities, and iconic restaurants.

9. Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Saudi

The elite group of Ritz-Carlton Reserve is making its way to the Saudi Kingdom. Nujuma is the first resort to be built as part of Saudi Arabia’s massive Red Sea project. The resort will combine native design with highly individualised services and feature a luxury spa, swimming pools, a number of dining options, a shop space, and a variety of other recreational amenities, including a conservation centre.

10. One & Only One Za’abeel, Dubai

Coming as a portion of the iconic artistic marvel that is One Za’abeel, the newest One&Only resort will be a wonderful addition to the emirate’s adorned skyline. The hotel will take full advantage of its exceptional location for city vistas when it opens in the fourth quarter. There will also be a spa with 2,500 square metres, 11 bars, and restaurants serving delicacies from Argentina, Indonesia, and the Middle East.

Which one are you visiting this year?