Four Seasons to develop new resort in NEOM’s Sindalah
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Four Seasons to develop new island resort in NEOM’s Sindalah

Four Seasons to develop new island resort in NEOM’s Sindalah

The resort will feature 225 guest rooms and suites with terraces overlooking the beaches of the Red Sea

Kudakwashe Muzoriwa
Four Seasons NEOM resort

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, and Hotel Development have announced plans for a new luxury resort as part of the NEOM master project, located on Sindalah Island.

The world’s leading luxury hospitality company said the new luxury resort will feature 225 guest rooms and suites with terraces overlooking the beaches of the Red Sea.

The upcoming island resort will consist of 52 villas with one to four-bedroom configurations with plunge pools and beach views as well as presidential and royal villas offering private swimming pools, gyms and access to private yacht docks.

“Four Seasons’ upcoming resort in NEOM will be a one-of-a-kind project, blending the natural wonders of the Red Sea with the future-forward technologies on which this new, exciting destination is being built,” said Bart Carnahan, president, global business development and portfolio management at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

Four Seasons and Hotel Development, the NEOM division that is responsible for building a future-centric hospitality ecosystem in the developing region, said the resort architecture is being led by LUCA DINI Design & Architecture.

Similarly, interiors for guest rooms and public areas of the resort are being developed by RBTA and LW Design, respectively.

While visiting the Resort, guests can choose from four unique culinary experiences, as well as several lounges, in addition to the other dining options on Sindalah.

Four Seasons will also offer an expansive spa experience with varying treatment rooms, relaxation lounges, a hammam and a vitality pool.

The luxury hospitality company said visitors looking for an active getaway, guests will have access to a fitness centre, multiple indoor and outdoor pools, and a variety of water activities such as water skiing, kite surfing and windsurfing.

An onsite diving centre will allow guests to explore one of the world’s most sought-after diving destinations and discover the abundant marine life and ecosystems that exist within the Red Sea.

“We are proud to be part of the ambitious vision that our partners at NEOM have for transforming the future of hospitality in the region and look forward to welcoming guests to discover a new part of the kingdom,” Carnahan added.

Four Seasons joins Sindalah

Meanwhile, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud unveiled Sindalah, the first luxury island destination in NEOM and one of the most important projects supporting the kingdom’s national tourism strategy in December.

Covering an area of approximately 840,000 square metres, Sindalah is one of a group of islands in the Red Sea that will be developed in NEOM, each according to its unique vision and design.

“Sindalah follows NEOM’s vision and purpose of mitigating the impact of unchecked urban development while protecting and regenerating the rich natural capital of the region,” said Chris Newman, executive director, Hotel Development at NEOM.

NEOM project_The LINEThe island destination is set to be home to a luxury marina and yacht club, a 9-hole golf course with 18-pin experiences and several dining destinations in addition to the upcoming Four Seasons resort.

It will also host sophisticated cultural events, grand sporting spectacles and glamorous social celebrations throughout the year.

“In terms of hospitality, our goal is to shape a new frontier for the industry, and Four Seasons is the perfect partner to work alongside towards this,” said Newman.

Sindalah is the latest addition to several projects being developed in NEOM, which includes THE LINE, its designs revealed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman last July; TROJENA, the city’s global mountain tourism destination that will be the Gulf region’s first outdoor skiing retreat and OXAGON, its reimagined manufacturing and innovation city.

NEOM, the $500bn economic zone that is meant to house nine million people, will be partly financed through a flotation expected in 2024.

Read: Saudi’s NEOM unveils first luxury island development

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