Miraval The Red Sea Coming to Saudi Arabia

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced that its wellness resort brand Miraval has signed a management agreement with The Red Sea Development Company to debut Miraval The Red Sea. Located on Saudi Arabia’s Shura Island, the central hub of The Red Sea Project, the new Miraval resort is slated to open as part of the first phase of the Red Sea development. It will be Miraval’s fourth resort and its first outside the U.S.

Miraval The Red Sea will offer guests 180 guestrooms and suites, including 20 villas. The luxury wellness resort will offer a range of culinary experiences, including a central dining room, the signature Life in Balance Culinary Kitchen, and a marketplace offering mindful and healthful cuisine. Cooking classes and workshops will be offered with a focus on nutrition. Miraval The Red Sea will also have approximately 4,300 square feet of meeting space for wellness-focused activities tailored to improving connections and communication for social and corporate groups.

Villas at Miraval The Red Sea
Villas at Miraval The Red Sea (Hyatt Hotels)

The Life in Balance Spa will offer 39 treatment rooms. Besides a selection of signature treatments and experiences, the spa will offer new treatments, destination-inspired experiences, and a series of wellness packages. The resort will have dedicated areas such as a walking trail system, mangrove boardwalk, outdoor adventures, and several intentionally purposed rooms set up for art, creative expression, music, wellness lectures, and hands-on workshops.

The luxury destination is committed to preserving and enhancing the natural environment, which spans 10,800 square miles. It includes 124 miles of coastline and an archipelago of over 90 untouched islands, dormant volcanoes, desert, mountains, and wildlife. Miraval The Red Sea will join Grand Hyatt The Red Sea, which is also under development, as the second Hyatt-branded hotel within the Red Sea development.

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