Hyatt introduces plans for Grand Hyatt The Red Sea

The property will be the second Grand Hyatt hotel in the Kingdom and the seventh in the Middle East

A Hyatt affiliate has collaborated with The Red Sea Development Company for a 430-room Grand Hyatt hotel on Shaura Island, the hub of the Red Sea Project on Saudi Arabia’s west coast. The luxury resort hotel will represent the largest of 11 hotels set to open on the island and will occupy a prime position within this innovative tourist development. Grand Hyatt The Red Sea will be the second Grand Hyatt hotel in the Kingdom and the seventh Grand Hyatt hotel in the Middle East, marking an important milestone in Hyatt’s growth strategy in the region.

The hotel will feature suites and large standard rooms, food and beverage venues and wider amenities of the hub island, which will include a marina and an 18-hole championship golf course.

“Grand Hyatt The Red Sea represents a key milestone within Hyatt’s strategy to expand its luxury resort offering in the Middle East. It is an honour to be able to showcase the Grand Hyatt brand in one of the Kingdom’s most innovative tourism developments and become part of this historic moment. Grand Hyatt The Red Sea will be at the forefront of the project, helping shape the island’s unique identity and contribute to a destination that redefines the concept of sustainable luxury. The resort will be an extension of Hyatt’s expanding luxury brand offerings, enhancing the way we cater to today’s increasingly diverse travellers who are seeking captivating moments from what will be an iconic destination,” said Ludwig Bouldoukian, Regional Vice President- Development, Middle East and Africa.

“The Red Sea Project is the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism project and to deliver against our commitments, we must work with leading international brands like Hyatt. Grand Hyatt The Red Sea represents the largest hotel in phase one and the centrepiece of our hub island, Shaura. I can’t think of a brand better placed to operate this unique property, given Hyatt’s global expertise and the enthusiasm demonstrated to engage with our sustainable and regenerative commitments. We look forward to welcoming guests to experience a new level of barefoot luxury tourism,” said John Pagano, CEO, TRSDC.

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