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

This beautiful shell-inspired structure reserve has 18 Ritz-Carlton Reserve-branded homes, with 1 to 3 bedroom options and 63 luxury villas with breathtaking sea views.

The reserve also has luxurious facilities, including a world-class restaurant selection, a fitness facility, and a diving center of its own. 

The reserve can be reached by the recently opened Red Sea International Airport, a seaplane, or a chartered boat. 

Prices start from 9250 SAR per night.

A Look into the Nujuma Reserve

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Nujuma emerges as an epitome of luxury on the stunning Ummahat Island in the Red Sea. This exclusive resort, part of the Red Sea Project, is set to redefine luxury and hospitality in the region.

The reserve is accessible via a chartered boat or a seaplane from the newly opened Red Sea International Airport. As guests arrive, they are welcomed into a world of tranquillity and natural splendor.

Nujuma’s Luxurious Villas

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The resort is home to 63 exquisite villas and 18 Ritz-Carlton Reserve-branded residences. These accommodations offer unrivaled privacy and direct access to the surrounding natural wonders. Each villa is meticulously designed to provide discerning guests with the ultimate retreat. 

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The shell-inspired architecture and interiors adorned with local art and materials borrowed from nature, mirror their surroundings and evoke a sense of awe and serenity.

Facilities at Nujuma Ritz-Carlton

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At Nujuma, every moment is infused with luxury and adventure. The resort features a range of world-class amenities designed to cater to every whim and desire, including sea views pool and a telescope to discover Saudi’s starry sky.

The Neyrah Spa provides a rejuvenating escape, employing precious ingredients and simple ceremonies to foster a profound connection with nature. 

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The Conservation House offers guests a unique opportunity to form a genuine connection with the Saudi Arabian culture, community, and environment through activities on land and in the sea. 

The Galaxea Diving Centre offers a plethora of water adventures, including kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, snorkelling, and diving excursions that explore the Red Sea's thriving, colourful coral reefs.

Dining at Nujuma

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Nujuma offers four dining venues, each with its distinct charm and culinary offerings. Whether savouring the fisherman’s prized catch of the day or indulging in Middle Eastern cuisine at Sita, guests can enjoy a gastronomic journey that blends the warmth of familiarity with the delight of surprise.

Book Your Dream Escape at Nujuma

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Nujuma invites guests to embark on a journey of unparalleled luxury and rejuvenation. With rates starting from SAR 9,250 per night, you can secure your slice of paradise now by booking your stay on Marriott’s official website.

The Stunning 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.

Shaping Luxury Hospitality

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Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is set to redefine the luxury hospitality scene in the Red Sea. Its mesmerizing landscapes, world-class amenities, and immersive experiences make it an unmissable destination for those seeking an escape from the ordinary.

Other Resorts Already Open on The Red Sea 

Six Sense Southern Dunes

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The first hotel in the Red Sea Project to officially open its doors with a special opening deal was Six Sense Southern Dunes, The Red Sea. With the majestic Arabian Desert and Hijaz Mountains as its background, this gorgeous resort has 36 hotel rooms and 40 pool villas. 

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The resort blends tradition, sustainability, and imaginative tourism. This resort, nestled in a Red Sea destination, is a monument to creativity, exploration, and a rich cultural history.

St. Regis Red Sea Resort

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The St. Regis Red Sea Resort, Marriott Bonvoy's flagship property, has officially opened, ushering in a new era of luxury travel. This first-of-its-kind private island resort in the Saudi Red Sea promises a unique high-end experience.

Reachable by seaplane or chartered boat, this resort is situated on Ummahat Island in the Al Wajh Lagoon. It has ninety large over-the-water villas along the coastline, all with their own pools and amenities, including a five-star dining villa and a distinctive spa.

Future Developments on the Red Sea

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Following the opening of The Najuma, a Ritz Carlton Reserve, and St. Regis Red Sea Resort, other luxury resorts are set to open in the Red Sea, like Four Seasons Resort Red Sea on the Shura Islands, Sheybarah Island Resort, and many others. 

You can see a full list of the new Red Sea Hotels due to open here.

Four Seasons Resort Red Sea

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Red Sea Global, collaborating with Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), has embarked on an extraordinary joint venture, investing $533 million to develop the Four Seasons Resort Red Sea on the stunning Shura Island. This project is set to become a highly coveted luxury resort.

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The resort boasts 149 rooms, suites, and 31 residential properties. It features six distinct dining and lounge areas, spaces for meetings and events, a center dedicated to marine discovery, and an interactive Kids For All Seasons area.

Sheybarah Resort

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Red Sea Global has revealed progress on the Sheybarah Resort, an opulent 73-room resort envisioned by Killa Design Architects from Dubai, boasting breathtaking overwater villas on Sheybarah Island. 

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Situated just a 45-minute boat journey from the mainland, the resort's architectural concept centers around creating captivating tourist experiences within a rich ecosystem, including mangroves, desert plants, and coral reefs.

Desert Rock Resort

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Nestled in a secluded valley, Desert Rock Resort allows guests to connect with nature while enjoying various luxurious services. The Red Sea Global’s Desert Rock Resort is over 50% complete. 

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The resort, which includes 60 ultra-luxurious keys, is delicately sculpted within the rugged stones of The Red Sea. Desert Rock is set to provide a variety of plush lodgings, comprising 48 villas and 12 hotel rooms, each offering unspoiled vistas of the neighboring desert.

This initiative aims to establish an exceptional luxury destination while safeguarding the area's cultural heritage. The project actively engages community members as land caretakers and offers educational tours to benefit visitors.

The developments will redefine luxury hospitality standards and contribute to Saudi Arabia's vision of becoming a leading global tourism destination.

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