Middle East To Get First Ritz Carlton Reserve In Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea

by Deeplata Garde
Middle East To Get First Ritz Carlton Reserve In Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea

Ritz-Carlton properties are always a delightfully surprising hideaway with rich character and charm. After making its foundation in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, Ritz Carlton is heading towards Saudi Arabia. With a hotel off the coast of Saudi Arabia, Marriott’s Ritz-Carlton Reserve brand will make its debut in the Middle East. When it opens in 2023 as part of the Red Sea project, Nujuma will have 63 premium villas.

Red Sea Project A Mega Development

Nujuma enters the exclusive network of five Ritz-Carlton Reserves across the world. Combining indigenous style and truly customized services. It will form its base on a group of picturesque private islands in the Blue Hole atoll of the Red Sea.

The Red Sea Project is a leisure endeavour with a total area of 28,000 square kilometres. It will be only 1% developed. It encompasses more than 90 unspoiled natural islands, as well as inactive volcanoes, and desert sands. The mountains and wadis, including more than 1,600 cultural heritage sites will be a part.

Ritz-Carlton Reserve Branded Residences

A spa, swimming pools, numerous dining venues, a retail area, and a variety of other recreational opportunities, including a conservation centre, will be available to guests in 63 one- to four-bedroom water and beach villas. There will be 18 Ritz-Carlton Reserve residences on the property.

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Thailand, Japan, Indonesia, Puerto Rico, and Mexico all have reserve properties. Ritz-Carlton Reserve locations are famous for providing one-of-a-kind luxury experiences and customized meaningful retreats. All while adhering to environmentally friendly methods. This world-class brand will surely amaze and enchant future guests with the inauguration of their first resorts early next year.

Ritz-Carlton Al Wadi Desert RAK Is An Instagrammable Spot

This Ritz Carlton hotel is a world away from Dubai’s buzz and bustle, yet is only 45 minutes away. Because it nestles in Ras Al Khaimah’s designated wildlife reserve. In this remote spot, there are 100 separate residences. Each has its own swimming pool and terrace. Camel or equestrian rides through the desert. The 500-hectare area also offers stargazing, falconry shows, owl encounters, and wildlife walks, in addition to private archery classes. There are also Arabian oryx, desert and Arabian gazelles, camels, and horses in this exhibit.

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