Rosewood Amaala is set to make a 2024 debut in the Red Sea Region of Saudi Arabia. The resort will sit in Red Sea Global’s Amaala destination – an integrated wellness haven. In line with Red Sea Global’s commitment to protect the environment and enhance the natural ecosystems, the resort will focus on the well-being of its guests, the community, and the native flora and fauna, recognising the integral connections between the three. Sustainability will be at the cornerstone of the property’s entire design, which is being led by ACPV ARCHITECTS Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and fosters an environment of wellness and tranquillity.
The entire destination will be powered by 100 per cent renewable energy, aims to have a zero-carbon footprint, and will make every effort during construction to protect the endangered Hawksbill and Green Turtles that have nesting sites around the Rosewood Amaala beaches. There’s an array of culinary experiences, from fine dining to beach-inspired club lounges. To protect the precious coral reefs that wrap around the resort, it will also feature two rock pools. The focal point of the resort’s wellness offering is Asaya Spa, hidden away amongst the rolling landscape, providing a sanctuary for meditation and peace. Families can enjoy the resort’s Rosewood Explorer’s Club which aims to curate meaningful child-friendly experiences with the hopes of inspiring the next generation of conscious travellers.