Saudi Arabia launches ‘Coral Bloom’, part of Red Sea Project

      Published on Friday, 12 February , 2021      3760 Views     
Saudi Arabia launches ‘Coral Bloom’, part of Red Sea Project


Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Wednesday launched the “Coral Bloom,” part of the luxury Red Sea Project designed to blend with the island’s natural environment.

The structure, situated at the dolphin-shaped Shurayrah island, is being developed by the Red Sea Development Company and created by British architectural design and engineering firm Foster and Partners.




Visitors will enjoy nine different experiences — Dunes, The Trail, The Coves, Coral Pavilion, Reef Villas, Nature Reserve, The Club, Golf Course, and Luxury Village.

John Pagano, CEO of Red Sea Development Company, said:

“We expect guests to be awed by what they see when they first arrive at The Red Sea Project.

He added:

”The Coral Bloom designs, taking inspiration from the incredible flora and fauna found uniquely in Saudi Arabia, promise to make that vision a reality,”

Shurayrah Island is the gateway to the Red Sea Project, so it is important that it sets a new benchmark in groundbreaking architecture and sustainable design, not just for our destination, but globally too. This is achieved by going beyond simply protecting the environment, to applying a regenerative approach.”

There will be 11 hotels on Shurayrah Island, operated by major brands.

The hotel designs have been adapted given the emergence of COVID-19 in the last year, including the removal of internal corridors.



The resorts will be constructed from ebergy-efficient materials.

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Category Business, Government, King, Lifestyle | 2021/02/12 latest update at 11:00 AM
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