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The first Red Sea luxury resorts to open in Saudi Arabia in 2023 are ….

Saudi Arabia Red Sea Global announced 3 new hotel (brands) which are to open this year. The announcements included St Regis Red Sea Resort, Six Senses Southern Dunes, and Numuja Ritz Carlton Reserve. These 3 resorts will be the first to welcome guests in 2023 out of many planned.

Red Sea Global has confirmed these are just 3 among 16 resorts planned for the area in 2023. By the year 2030 the destination will be home to over 48.

Those will include, Fairmont Red Sea, InterContinental Resort Red Sea, Grand Hyatt The Red Sea, Raffles Red Sea, SLS Red Sea, Jumeirah Red Sea, Miraval Red Sea, Nujuma, Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Six Senses Southern Dunes, St. Regis Red Sea Resort, Rosewood Red Sea, Faena, The Red Sea, The Red Sea EDITION.

Nujuma Ritz-Carlto Reserve located on the  Ummahat islands, will have rooms with  overwater and beach villas. The resort is open this year for bookings .

The Six Senses Southern Dunes has 76 rooms with open plan layout and a terrace. Also available are villas ranging up to 4 bedrooms. The Six Senses is also well known for its Spa facilities and will feature shaded water areas, cold pools, a sensory suite, outdoor cabanas (for treatment) a pool bar and a relaxation area,

The St Regis Red Sea Resort is situated on a private island, the resort is expected to feature 90 villas, two signature restaurants, an outdoor pool, fitness centre, and spa, in addition to a Children’s Club.

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