Red Sea Global and Four Seasons announce new luxury wellness resort

Red Sea Global and Four Seasons announce new luxury wellness resort

Saudi retreat will offer Harley Pasternak training programmes and a garden with a waterfall

Four Seasons and Red Sea Global (RSG), the developer behind Saudi Arabia's regenerative tourism destinations AMAALA and The Red Sea, will develop a new luxury wellness resort and private residences at Triple Bay AMAALA.

Four Seasons is the latest luxury hospitality brand to be announced at Triple Bay and the new property will feature 220 rooms and suites, and villas with private pools, as well as 26 branded residential villas.

The resort will also include a luxury spa within a "garden of tranquillity" featuring a sculptured waterfall, while the Organic Spa Garden will provide therapeutic remedies, including halotherapy, cryotherapy and advanced skin therapies.

Fitness trainer Harley Pasternak will develop training programmes designed to merge high-performance training with the expanse of Triple Bay’s 300 hectares of untouched hills, wadis and beaches. 

The surrounding terrain includes trails for canyoning, rugged cliffs and valleys for guided hikes and mountain biking, horse riding trails and a 27-hole oceanfront golf course.  

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There will be six restaurants and bars, meetings and event spaces, an expansive Kids For All Seasons programme, and a Discovery Centre where guests can learn about the local surroundings.

Four Seasons Resort & Residences AMAALA at Triple Bay joins Four Seasons' growing portfolio in Saudi, which includes Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre and upcoming projects on Shura Island at The Red Sea, at the Corniche in Jeddah, at Sindalah in NEOM and in Diriyah.

Phase One of AMAALA – focused on the Triple Bay masterplan – is well underway, with the first guests set to be welcomed in 2025. 

The area will consist of 12 resorts offering upwards of 2,000 hotel keys. Once complete, AMAALA will be home to more than 3,900 hotel rooms across 29 hotels, with approximately 1,200 luxury residential villas, apartments and estate homes, supporting high-end retail, fine dining, wellness and recreational facilities.

Red Sea Global group CEO John Pagano said: “AMAALA is creating a new category of coastal lifestyle with regeneration and wellness at its core. With uninterrupted views of the Hijaz Cove, Four Seasons Resort & Residences AMAALA at Triple Bay is designed to allow guests and residents to get back to nature, recharging their mind, body and soul.”

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