Seeking a tranquil escape? Look no further than the forthcoming Rosewood AMAALA resort.
This latest addition to the Red Sea landscape has been officially confirmed in Saudi Arabia. It marks the third establishment within the AMAALA portfolio and becomes the third Rosewood property in the Kingdom. The Rosewood AMAALA sets the stage for opulent experiences, environmental consciousness, and a chance to unwind from the bustling urban life in equal measure.
The eco-friendly resort will be enveloped by the world’s fourth-largest coral reef, providing breathtaking vistas of the Hijazi mountains.
You and your loved ones can select from 110 lavish rooms and suites, while an additional 25 residences will be available at the Rosewood AMAALA. Families can also indulge in the Rosewood Explorer’s Club for an enjoyable time.
With relaxation as its primary focus, the core attraction of this Red Sea retreat will be the Asaya Spa. Similar to the entire property, the spa will be discreetly nestled amidst the picturesque Red Sea terrain. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to savor personalized treatment pavilions arranged around a protected verdant sanctuary. How serene is that?
Furthermore, the Rosewood AMAALA will feature a charming meditation deck.
This hotel adds to the growing list of highly anticipated properties in Saudi Arabia, including the Rosewood Riyadh set to open in 2025, and the Rosewood Red Sea (with no confirmed opening date).
AMAALA is a significant component of Saudi Arabia’s mega-projects and a key element of Vision 2030. It epitomizes luxury, sustainability, and the introduction of world-renowned resorts to the Red Sea. Other notable additions to AMAALA include the Jayasom Wellness Resort and Clinique La Prairie.
Several other exciting new hotels are also on the horizon in Saudi Arabia, including the Mondrian Riyadh and three Sindalah Island hotels, all of which have been officially confirmed.