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Red Sea Global To Introduce Oracle Hospitality Solutions To Red Sea Resorts
Red Sea Global To Introduce Oracle Hospitality Solutions To Red Sea Resorts

Red Sea Global has partnered with Oracle to introduce its hospitality technology solutions for the first time in Saudi Arabia to Red Sea Global’s premier luxury resorts, including Thuwal Private Retreat, Shebara, and Desert Rock.

Previously inaccessible due to data residency rules, Oracle will now introduce the OPERA Cloud Central Hospitality platform to the Red Sea resorts with the aim of providing exceptional guest experiences for their discerning guests.

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Staying Ahead of the Curve

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As the hospitality industry in Saudi Arabia continues to evolve and gain global recognition, Red Sea Global and Oracle’s partnership is crucial in ensuring that the Kingdom remains at the forefront of technological advancements and innovation. 

By embracing cutting-edge solutions such as the OPERA Cloud Central Hospitality platform, RSG is enhancing the guest experience and setting a new standard for excellence in the region.

Elevating Luxury Resorts with Transformative Technology

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RSG’s premier luxury resorts, including Thuwal Private Retreat, Shebara, and Desert Rock, are at the forefront of this transformative initiative. 

These esteemed destinations are poised to become the inaugural resorts within the Kingdom to harness the power of Oracle’s state-of-the-art cloud hospitality technology solutions. 

Alex Alt, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Oracle Hospitality, said, 

“Saudi Arabia is one of the world’s most exciting hospitality market stories today, and by pioneering a regenerative approach to tourism, Red Sea Global is at the heart of that transformation. Now, Oracle will also be a part of shaping the sector’s future in the region, which is why we are investing heavily in bringing our solutions to the Kingdom.”

Overcoming Barriers Through Jeddah’s Oracle Cloud 

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Historically, the Oracle Hospitality OPERA Cloud Central platform remained inaccessible to customers within Saudi Arabia due to stringent data residency regulations. 

However, Oracle’s investment in establishing its Oracle Cloud in Jeddah has effectively removed this barrier, opening up a world of possibilities for the entire Saudi hospitality industry to benefit from these cutting-edge technological services.

John Pagano, Group CEO of Red Sea Global, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership, stating, 

“The Oracle Hospitality OPERA Cloud Central platform is truly best-in-class, but until now, it has not been accessible to the Saudi Arabian industry.  Oracle was eager to participate in the Kingdom’s exciting transformation, especially within the hospitality industry.”

Revolutionary OPERA Cloud Central Platform

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The Oracle Hospitality OPERA Cloud Central platform is a revolutionary solution that consolidates data and functionality under a unified user interface and experience. 

This platform gives customers a comprehensive view of their hotel business, encompassing distribution, sales, service interactions, loyalty programs, and more. This holistic approach empowers hoteliers to make informed decisions swiftly, benefiting staff and guests.

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Moreover, the all-in-one platform enables hotels to eliminate silos and friction across various functional areas, both on and above the property. 

By integrating single image rates and inventory, reservations, groups, and profiles, combined with a unified end-user experience, the platform ensures that information is readily accessible to all key stakeholders at every customer touchpoint.

Alex Alt said, “Through OPERA Cloud, RSG now has a scalable hospitality platform that empowers its guest services staff to provide faster, hassle-free, personalized experiences.”

Leading Sustainable Growth

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Red Sea Global (RSG) is a closed joint-stock company wholly owned by the Public Investment Fund (PIF) of Saudi Arabia. 

As a vertically integrated real estate developer with a diverse portfolio spanning tourism, residential, experiences, infrastructure, transport, healthcare, and services, RSG is a cornerstone of Saudi Arabia’s ambition to diversify its economy.

Across its growing portfolio of destinations, subsidiaries, and businesses, RSG seeks to lead the world towards a more sustainable future, demonstrating how responsible development can uplift communities, drive economies, and enhance the environment. 

Embracing the Future of Saudi Tourism

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As The Red Sea destination welcomed its first guests last year, and with the Red Sea International Airport receiving a regular schedule of domestic flights since September 2023 and international flights commencing just the previous month, the timing of this partnership could not be more perfect. 

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Three of the destination’s hotels are already open, including Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Six Senses Southern Dunes, and St. Regis Red Sea Resort, with two additional resorts on track to open later this year. 

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Additionally, Thuwal Private Retreat is set to open its doors soon. At the same time, AMAALA remains on schedule to welcome its first guests to Triple Bay in 2025, further solidifying RSG’s position as a driving force in the Kingdom’s burgeoning tourism industry.

Redefining the Hospitality Landscape

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The partnership between Red Sea Global’s ambitious vision and Oracle’s technological prowess holds the potential to redefine the hospitality landscape in Saudi Arabia and beyond. 

As this partnership unfolds, industry stakeholders and travelers can anticipate a future where exceptional guest experiences are seamlessly intertwined with sustainable practices, paving the way for a genuinely regenerative approach to tourism.

Newly Opened Resorts at the Red Sea 

Nujuma, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve 

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The Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is now open for reservations on the stunning Ummahat Island in the Saudi Red Sea. 

This impressive reserve, inspired by the shape of a shell, boasts 63 lavish villas with breathtaking ocean views. Guests can choose from 1 to 3 bedroom options and 18 exclusive Ritz-Carlton Reserve branded residences. 

The resort also offers top-notch amenities like a diving center, fitness center, and various high-end restaurants. To reach the reserve, guests can take a chartered boat or seaplane from the recently launched Red Sea International Airport. Prices start at 9250 SAR per night.

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 Four Seasons AMAALA Triple Bay, Sheybarah Island Resort, and many more. You can explore the new Red Sea Hotels list due to its being open here.

Other Red Sea Global’s Tech Ventures 

Red Sea Global and Hyundai Partnership 

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Red Sea Global (RSG) and Hyundai Motor Group have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to bring eco-friendly vehicles to Red Sea Global’s luxury resorts. 

This collaboration intends to introduce Hyundai’s cutting-edge technology and alternative fuel options, such as electric batteries and hydrogen fuel cells, to the resorts. 

The long-term vision of the partnership also includes the implementation of autonomous vehicles and advanced Air Mobility solutions in the picturesque destinations of the Saudi Red Sea. This partnership aligns with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 strategy to achieve a society with zero net emissions by 2060.

Red Sea Global’s Beach Cleaning Robot

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Red Sea Global, the innovative company responsible for the stunning Amaala and Red Sea Destinations, has introduced its advanced Fully Electric Beach Cleaning Robots

These robots, which are fully electric and operated remotely, can clean an impressive 3,000 square meters in just one hour. 

Additionally, they can detect plastic waste as small as 1 square meter, aligning with Red Sea Global’s commitment to sustainability. The Red Sea boasts a breathtaking expanse of 28,000 square kilometers, including 90 unpopulated islands and the world’s 4th most extensive coral reef.

First Net Zero 5G Network on Ummahat Island

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Red Sea Global partners with Zain KSA to introduce the World’s First 5G Network that operates on a net zero energy model on the picturesque Ummahat Island. 

The construction of the 5G towers was executed with state-of-the-art materials from the renowned French company Serge Ferrari Group, which relies solely on solar energy. 

This project was completed with the opening of the luxurious St Regis Red Sea resort and the upcoming Nujuma Ritz-Carlton Reserve.

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