Ummahat is home to two of our most exclusive resorts, the St. Regis Red Sea Resort and Nujuma, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve. Surrounded by crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches and an abundance of thriving coral reefs, guests of the island will experience new levels of luxury, marrying the very best of The Red Sea with the incredible natural beauty of the Red Sea coast.
Home to a thriving water sports center, guests will enjoy a wide range of water-based activities at the St. Regis Red Sea Resort. From thrilling water sports like sailing, windsurfing and kayaking through mangrove forests, to dining in world-class overwater restaurants and relaxing in our premium wellness areas, there is so much to see and do.
Diving is the biggest draw for guests at Nujuma, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve, with a state-of-the-art diving center facilitating a range of undersea activities. Guests can explore what lies beneath one of the most untouched and protected archipelagoes on the planet, by taking diving lessons, going on deep-sea heritage diving excursions and snorkeling around the outer reef.
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- Designed By: Kengo Kuma
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- Designed By: Foster + Partners
Kengo Kuma & Associates reveals design for new luxury tourism development in Saudi Arabia
The Red Sea Development Company has revealed the progress of St. Regis Red Sea Resort, designed by Kengo Kuma. Some of villas will be built on land and some of them will be overwater villas, the scale of the buildings will vary among the typologies.
The Red Sea Development Company has revealed the progress of Nujuma, Ritz-Carlton Reserve
The Red Sea Development Company has revealed the progress of Nujuma, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve on Ummahat. Designed by British architectural firm Foster + Partners, with a state-of-the-art diving center facilitating a range of undersea activities.
Red Sea Global appoints Blumer Lehmann for the timber construction planning, fabrication and supply works for resort based on Ummahat Island
The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC), has awarded contracts to Saudi company Al Bawani and Swiss firm Blumer Lehmann to support the development plans and structural work of its luxury hotels and resorts.
Using state-of-the-art technology and spearheading a sustainable approach to design, the Red Sea International Airport promises guests an easy and seamless transfer as they begin and end their journeys with us.
The unprecedented scales of planning and construction of THE RED SEA mean that the development is constantly moving forwards. New partnerships are being formed, contracts signed, milestones reached. For the latest information and to monitor our progress, check this website and revisit these pages regularly.
Construction progress at Ummhat islands
Blumer Lehman partnership
Kengo Kuma & Associates reveals the design of the St. Regis Red Sea Resort, with materials inspired by the elements of the pristine island being used throughout. for new luxury tourism development in Saudi Arabia.
The Red Sea Development Company has revealed the progress of Nujuma, Ritz-Carlton Reserve designed by Foster + Partners
The spectacular natural setting and rich cultural history of the region has shaped the design of the St. Regis Red Sea Resort, with materials inspired by the elements of the pristine island being used throughout. Designed by world-renowned architects Kengo Kuma, the hotel’s roofs are curved to create a harmonious relationship with the ground, while the island villas emulate surrounding sand dunes. Similarly, the overwater ‘coral villas’ have a spiraled form that provides 360-degree views of the stunning turquoise sea.
Designed by Foster + Partners, Nujuma, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve, includes breath-taking timber-roofed holiday homes, high-end restaurants and a series of overwater luxury suites designed to give the impression of gently floating over the Red Sea. Overwater villas will be accessible from an impressive circular walkway that reaches far into the sea, providing guests unparalleled panoramic views of the crystal-clear waters below and stunning sunsets and sunrises on the horizon.
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