Saudi Arabia’s NEOM has unveiled yet another new exclusive tourism escape for the destination, this time an impressive 65-key hotel positioned on the Gulf of Aqaba coastline. Siranna is billed as a new “ultra-luxurious destination” in northwest Saudi, overlooking the Red Sea.
The hotel will include 35 exclusive residences, a signature beach club, spas, state-of-the-art wellness facilities and more.
“Emerging from the rugged coastal terrain, the hexagonal pillars are distinctive, yet complementary to the surrounding mountains and flora. Arriving via waterborne transportation to the secluded bay, guests will journey through the natural rock formations before reaching the enchanting entrance of the property,” NEOM says of Siranna.
“Those seeking a connection with the landscape during their stay will enjoy the winding discovery trails via foot or horseback to explore where the sea, mountain, and wadi meet. Sophisticated dining and entertainment options will also satisfy a wide range of tastes and interests among guests.”
The guiding principle underpinning the development is to ensure minimal intervention in nature, where thoughtful and deliberate techniques will be used to preserve the surrounding landscape. The architecture will pay homage to the heritage of the local area and seamlessly
blend into the adjoining mountain and wadi.
Aligned with NEOM’s commitment to conservation, Siranna will complement its coastal location and be delivered sustainably.
News of the development follows the recent announcements of Leyja and Epicon, which are also sustainable tourism destinations located in the Gulf of Aqaba. Find out more about the Leyja triple hotel project here.