Neom reveals latest luxury tourism project

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Neom, a sustainable regional development evolving in northwest Saudi Arabia, has launched Siranna, an exclusive tourism destination.

Siranna is designed to be a space where elegant and innovative living meet to facilitate ‘a lifestyle without compromise’.

Hexagonal design

Situated on the Gulf of Aqaba coastline, this ultra-luxurious destination will be home to a 65-key hotel, as well as 35 exclusive residences.

The destination offers uninterrupted views of the Red Sea, with its tiered design offering diverse views and perspectives. Emerging from the rugged coastal terrain, its hexagonal pillars are distinctive and are designed to be complementary to the surrounding mountains and flora.

Relaxation focus

Arriving via waterborne transportation to the secluded bay, guests will journey through the natural rock formations before reaching the property’s entrance.

With a focus on fostering original thinking and relaxation, Siranna will offer visitors and residents the opportunity to escape the noise and disruptions of everyday life and surround themselves with like-minded people in a chic setting.

Minimal natural intervention

A signature beach club, spas and state-of-the-art wellness facilities will be on offer for visitors. Sophisticated dining and entertainment options will also cater to a wide range of tastes and interests.

The guiding principle underpinning the development is to ensure minimal intervention in nature, where thoughtful and deliberate techniques will be used to preserve the surrounding landscape. The architecture will pay homage to the heritage of the local area and blend into the adjoining mountain and wadi.

Sustainable spaces

Siranna is another example of Neom’s efforts to create spaces in nature that support sustainable future living and nurture creativity, whilst offering a luxury hospitality experience.

News of the development follows the recent announcements of Leyja and Epicon, which are also sustainable tourism destinations located in the Gulf of Aqaba.