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Culture. Heritage. Tradition. They provide the perfect backdrop for a place to escape it all, providing a rich source of architectural influence to create a space that reflects the personality of its surroundings. Guests will have a unique experience they will carry with them long after they leave.
Traditional hillside towns of the Mediterranean and Middle East inspired this luxury resort on the southern-most point of the Sinai Peninsula. Guests enter beneath a canopy of date palms at the top of this steeply sloping site. The lobby, restaurants and meeting rooms are carefully situated to allow for the most dramatic views of the Red Sea. Below, the resort’s guestrooms follow the slope down to the water’s edge. Domes, traditional Moorish arches, and roof gardens are reminiscent of this romantic architectural style. Courtyards, cooled by fountains and shaded by canopies of tall palms, provide gateways to the various guestrooms, all of which have sea views, large terraces and light-filled bathrooms.
185,000 square feet
5 dining venues
15,600 sf of indoor/outdoor meeting space
Spa and wellness facilities
interior design by BraytonHughes Design Studio