Red Sea Global & Four Seasons announce new wellness resort at Amaala Triple Bay

220-key resort with 26 villas for leisure & events
2024-03-27
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Red Sea Global & Four Seasons announce new wellness resort at Amaala Triple Bay
Red Sea Global & Four Seasons announce new wellness resort at Amaala Triple Bay

Four Seasons Resort and Residences Amaala at Triple Bay will feature 220 keys comprising of rooms and suites, villas with their own private pools and 26 residential villas

Joining Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh, as well as upcoming projects at the Shura Island, Jeddah Corniche, Neom Sindalah and Diriyah, Four Season is set to open its latest property in the foothills of Hijazi Mountains and Hijaz Cove on the Red Sea coast.
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Red Sea Global (RSG), Saudi Arabia’s ambitious tourism project, and Canadian luxury hospitality brand Four Seasons have announced the development of a new luxury wellness resort and private residences at Triple Bay Amaala.

According to a press statement by RSG, Four Seasons Resort and Residences Amaala at Triple Bay will feature 220 keys comprising of rooms and suites, villas with their own private pools and 26 residential villas.

John pagano

John Pagano

“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 and Residences Amaala at Triple Bay is designed to allow guests and residents to get back to nature, recharging their mind, body, and soul,” says John Pagano, Group CEO of Red Sea Global.

Complemented by ‘Four Seasons For Good’ programme, the new property at Triple Bay will focus on building personalised itineraries for wellness seekers worldwide, says the statement.

Bart Carnahan

Bart Carnahan

“Our new Resort and Residences in Amaala at Triple Bay will perfectly complement Four Seasons growing collection of properties within the Kingdom’s dynamic destinations, and marks our second collaboration with Red Sea Global. We are honoured to be part of this exceptional development, creating a new luxury lifestyle experience for guests and residents, further expanding Four Seasons footprint within Saudi Arabia’s fast-growing tourism industry,” says Bart Carnahan, President, Global Business Development, Portfolio Management and Residential, Four Seasons.

Designed by architects U+A, Four Seasons Resort and Residences Amaala at Triple Bay will include a luxury spa with a sculptured waterfall, a collaboration with fitness trainer Harley Pasternak, six restaurant and bar outlets, meetings and event spaces, an expansive ‘Kids For All Seasons’ programme, and a Discovery Centre for guests and residents to learn about the local surroundings. They can also take part in an array of guided hikes, mountain biking, equestrian bridle trails, or play at 27-hole oceanfront golf course.

“Nature is a key part of this resort, as it is for the ethos of Four Seasons luxury properties around the world. We used landscaping unsparingly, yet very deliberately, to frame the spectacular views of the bay, to guide guests and residents between the different amenities and to create feelings of calm and serenity throughout the property,” says Martin Dufresne, Design Principle at U+A.

The statement adds that the resort will also feature a 550 sqm ballroom with an adjacent event lawn offering panoramic views to Hijaz Cove, ideal for weddings and other celebrations.

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