Be amongst the first to experience the first island resort to open in the Red Sea.
Are you ready for a winter escape like no other? Get ready to set sail for The St. Regis Red Sea Resort, where paradise awaits on the pristine shores of Ummahat Island. Expected to open on 7 January 2024, this luxurious island resort promises to be a haven for travellers seeking both natural beauty and refined hospitality.
Accessible only by chartered boat or seaplane, this private island is where white sandy beaches and lush tropical gardens converge. Awaiting you along the enchanting Red Sea coast, The St. Regis Red Sea Resort is a conservation area bursting with life. Here, you can immerse yourself in the underwater world of Ummahat Island in the Al Wajh Lagoon, through thrilling water sports activities including stand-up paddle boarding, sailing, windsurfing and kayaking.
The St. Regis Red Sea Resort offers 90 spacious beachfront and overwater villas, ranging from one to four bedrooms. Each villa boasts a private pool and sundeck, allowing you to bask in the glory of the Red Sea’s azure waters. The interiors pay homage to the surrounding natural landscape, with elements inspired by wind, water, and coral. Whether you choose a Coral Villa Sea View, Coral Villa Sunset View, Dunne Villa Sea View, or Dunne Villa Sunset View, you’ll find comfort and elegance beyond compare.
The Red Sea is surrounded by the world’s fourth-largest barrier reef system, covering an expansive 28,000 square kilometres. Ummahat Island, nestled within this maritime wonder, is adorned with flourishing wildlife, diverse marine ecosystems, and awe-inspiring natural wonders. Visitors to The St. Regis Red Sea Resort will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the stunning underwater world through snorkelling trips amidst well-preserved coral reefs. Additionally, guests can pursue PADI certifications or partake in scuba diving expeditions to explore nearby wrecks and discovery sites, including the renowned Blue Hole — a natural marine cavern located in close proximity to the resort.
The resort is a culinary paradise with five diverse restaurants to choose from. Dive into Middle Eastern cuisine at Nesma or indulge in Japanese flavours at Gishiki 45. And don’t forget the Tilinia, The Beach Club and the signature St. Regis Bar to satisfy all your hunger pangs.
These five restaurants along with two outdoor pools, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, a signature spa, and a children’s club, promise you everything you need for a dream vacation.
“As the first island resort scheduled to open in The Red Sea, we are pioneering a new era of sustainable luxury in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” said Tony Coveney, Multi-Property General Manager. “From the resort’s avant-garde architecture and bespoke service to eco-conscious initiatives and specially curated adventures, we are introducing a new escape to the extraordinary and we look forward to welcoming guests to experience this part of the world for the first time.”
With The St. Regis Red Sea Resort ready to welcome you this winter, isn’t it about time you visited the ‘Maldives of the Middle East?’
The St. Regis Red Sea Resort is currently excepting bookings from Sunday 7 Janaury 2024 with room rates starting from SAR 4,900 per night.
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