The new Four Seasons Resort, designed by Foster + Partners, will be located on Shura Island, which will also have a yacht harbor, leisure and lifestyle facilities, retail options, an 18-hole golf course, approximately 149 rooms and suites, and other amenities.
“As we continue to expand Four Seasons presence in the region, our new project in the Red Sea will be one of our first resorts in the Kingdom, blending the best of beachside travel with the natural and cultural wonders of Saudi Arabia,” says Bart Carnahan, President, Global Business Development and Portfolio Management. “We are incredibly proud to be part of this impressive and visionary development by RSG and look forward to inviting guests to explore our new Resort within such a beautiful and storied destination.”
The development of the Red Sea destination has sustainability and tourism at its core. To minimize over-tourism while still providing guests with an exceptional travel and lifestyle experience, the masterplan was informed by a remarkable marine spatial planning simulation that models the environmental impact of both development and operations.
“This new destination provides the next generation of travelers with an incredible opportunity to discover what Saudi Arabia has to offer, building on its historic and cultural significance, while highlighting the exceptional natural beauty of the region,” says John Pagano, Group CEO, of Red Sea Global.
Four Seasons Resort will be easily accessible to visitors from around the world through its own dedicated airport, currently under development. Also, the project is one of the cornerstones of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030.
Also, Joh Heah-designed The Clinique La Prairie resort, located in the Amaala wellness destination on Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea coast.