The luxury hotel will include star gazing, sports and snow.
The Anantara brand can be found across the world, from Dubai to Thailand. Now it is coming to Saudi Arabia’s Neom, and making its debut in Trojena. The property aims to redefine luxury travel and become a global wellbeing sanctuary.
Anantara Trojena boasts 270 keys, spanning rooms and suites. Guests will be able to pick from rooms with private pools and lake or mountain views. The dining options include two speciality restaurants, an all-day dining restaurant with a show kitchen, a café, a high tea lounge and a rooftop majlis café.
Anantara Trojena will be home to the brand’s signature Anantara Spa. The facilities include separate male and female wet areas, hammams, a fitness centre and an infinity pool with lake and mountain views.
Anantara prides itself on creating a harmonious balance between luxury and nature while providing locally inspired experiences for an international audience. Head to the star gazing deck, outdoor cinema, kids and teens clubs, or sports and activity pavilion. The activities will cover camel and horse riding, guided walks and on-trend padel tennis. Plus, if you want to arrive in style, there is also an on-site helipad.
Situated in the heart of Neom, the hotel is 50 kilometres from the Gulf of Aqaba coast and 2,600 metres high. The resort will be located in Trojena’s Water Village. The development is currently under construction, and features a 2.8 kilometre long man-made water lake. Plus, it will include restaurants and shops.
Philip Gullett, Executive Director and Region Head at Trojena, added: “Trojena redefines the understanding of year-long ultra-luxury hospitality and mountain tourism. With the addition of the Anantara in our iconic Water Village, we will be elevating the travel experience for discerning guests. The Anantara will serve as a luxurious sanctuary along the edge of Trojena’s new lake, situated in a region that will offer the Gulf’s first outdoor ski resort and where world-class sporting events, art exhibitions, concerts, and cultural festivals will be staged.”
If you thought it never snowed in Saudi Arabia, think again. Trojena will be a year-round mountain destination, and it will be home to the Gulf’s first outdoor ski resort. The site will host international sporting events, art exhibitions, concerts, and festivals. Plus, it will be powered by renewable energy, and protect the region’s rich cultural and environmental heritage.
Trojena aims to welcome visitors from 2026, and is accessible through Neom International Airport.
GO: Visit www.anantara.com for more information.