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Bookings Are Now Open For Nujuma, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve On The Saudi Red Sea
Bookings Are Now Open For Nujuma A Ritz-Carlton Reserve On The Saudi Red Sea

Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve located on the beautiful Ummahat Island in the Saudi Red Sea has officially opened for bookings.

This stunning shell-inspired structure reserve features 63 luxurious villas offering panoramic sea views, including 1 to 3 bedroom options as well as 18 Ritz-Carlton Reserve branded residences.

The reserve also offers luxurious facilities, including its own diving centre fitness center and a range of world class restaurants. 

It can be accessed by chartered boat or seaplane from the newly opened Red Sea International Airport

Prices start at 9250 SAR per night.

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Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is the latest jewel in the crown of Saudi Arabia’s burgeoning luxury tourism sector. This exclusive resort, part of the Red Sea Project, is set to redefine luxury and hospitality in the region.

Nujuma’s Exquisite Location

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Nujuma is nestled on Ummahat Island, a paradise of white sand and crystalline waters in the Red Sea. The resort promises an immersive and transformative guest experience, combining seclusion with sophistication. 

The Ritz-Carlton Villas at Nujuma

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Each of the 63 one-to-four-bedroom overwater and beach villas at Nujuma is designed to evoke a sense of awe and tranquility. With architecture inspired by the sea’s shells and interiors adorned with unique artifacts and artwork, the villas offer a serene sanctuary that mirrors their beautiful surroundings.

Luxurious Amenities at Nujuma

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Nujuma features a host of five-star amenities, including a pool with sea views and a telescope to discover Saudi’s starry sky. The Neyrah Spa offers a range of rejuvenating treatments, while the fitness center caters to guests who wish to maintain their workout routine. 

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The resort also features a kids’ club, swimming pools, and a diverse selection of restaurants, including Middle Eastern restaurant Sita, Mediterranean restaurant Jamaa, and the specialty seafood restaurant Tabrah.

A Commitment to Sustainability

In line with Saudi Arabia’s commitment to sustainable tourism, Nujuma’s Conservation Center provides insights into protecting the local landscape. This initiative adds an educational and enriching element to the guest experience, emphasizing the importance of preserving the region’s unique natural beauty.

The Nujuma Experience

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A stay at Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, promises to be an unforgettable experience. From the mesmerizing beauty of the Red Sea to the unparalleled luxury of the resort’s amenities and villas, Nujuma is truly a gem of Saudi Arabian tourism.

The Ritz-Carlton Reserve Collection

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Nujuma is the first Ritz-Carlton Reserve in the Middle East and the sixth worldwide. This exclusive collection of luxury properties offers the highest level of personalized service and luxury, offering guests an unparalleled travel experience.

Booking Your Stay at Nujuma

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Bookings for Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, are now open, with stays starting from May 2024. Rates start from SAR 9,250 per night. To book your stay, visit the official Ritz-Carlton website and also shortly on Welcome Saudi.

Exploring the Red Sea

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The Red Sea, surrounded by the world’s fourth-largest barrier reef system, spans over 28,000 square kilometers with an archipelago of more than 90 untouched islands. Abundant wildlife, marine ecosystems, and natural marvels fringe Ummahat Island.

Guests can snorkel amongst preserved coral reefs and embark on scuba diving expeditions to nearby wrecks and discovery sites. Water sports, including stand-up paddle boarding, sailing, windsurfing, and kayaking, can also be enjoyed on the island’s crystal-clear, vivid blue water.

Redefining Luxury Tourism

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Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is a testament to Saudi Arabia’s commitment to developing its luxury tourism sector. With bookings now open, this resort is set to offer guests an unmatched experience of luxury and tranquility in the heart of the Red Sea.

More NEW Resorts at Red Sea Giga Project

Six Sense Southern Dunes

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Six Sense Southern Dunes, The Red Sea was the first hotel to officially open in the Red Sea Project, with a special opening offer. This stunning resort offers 36 guest rooms and 40 pool villas situated against the backdrop of the Majestic Arabian Desert and Hijaz Mountains. 

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The resort combines visionary tourism with sustainability and heritage. Nestled in The Red Sea Destination, this resort is a testament to innovation, adventure, and a rich cultural legacy.

St. Regis Red Sea Resort

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The St. Regis Red Sea Resort has officially opened to the public as the first private island resort along the stunning Saudi Red Sea coast.

Situated on the unspoiled Ummahat Island, the resort’s access is facilitated through chartered boat services or seaplane transportation from the recently established Red Sea International Airport.

Featuring a collection of 90 spacious overwater villas, including overwater and beachfront options equipped with exclusive private pools, the resort boasts various luxury offerings, including its renowned signature spa and five distinct dining venues.

Future Developments

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Following the opening of The St. Regis Red Sea Resort and Najuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, other luxury resorts are set to open in the Red Sea, including Shebara Hotel Resort, Sheybarah Island Resort, Desert Rock Resort, and many more. You can explore the full list of the new Red Sea Hotels due to open here.

Four Seasons Resort

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Red Sea Global, renowned for its ambitious regenerative tourism initiatives, has joined hands with Kingdom Holding Company to create the Four Seasons Resort Red Sea, which will be set on Shura Island, the main hub island of the Red Sea destination. 

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This luxury resort will feature 149 rooms, suites, and 31 residential properties. It is expected to open its doors to guests by early 2025.

The Four Seasons Resort Red Sea, with its luxurious offerings, is a testament to the shared vision of creating extraordinary destinations that drive economic growth and job creation and preserve precious ecosystems.

Sheybarah Island Resort

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The Sheybarah Island Resort, a luxury 73-key resort with stunning over-water villas, is positioned to redefine the concept of luxury tourism with an unwavering commitment to sustainability.

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Red Sea Global has recently unveiled progress at Sheybarah Resort. Designed by the esteemed Dubai-based architectural firm Killa Design, the resort promises a unique combination of luxury and sustainability. 

Desert Rock Resort

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Located just 20 minutes from Red Sea’s airport, Desert Rock Resort, which is now 50 percent complete, will offer a unique luxury experience integrated with the rock side. It will feature 48 villas and 12 hotel rooms, a fitness center, a lagoon oasis, and several remote dining destinations.

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Unlike conventional resorts, Desert Rock is not built on the mountainside. Instead, it is sculpted directly into the ancient rock, preserving the environment’s striking silhouette. The materials excavated from the construction site, such as stone and sand, are repurposed for the resort’s infrastructure.

The project aims to create a world-class luxury destination while preserving the region’s rich history. It employs local community members as land stewards, providing educational tours for visitors.

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