Red Sea Global, the developer behind the under-construction destinations of Amaala and The Red Sea, has announced the first hotel that will open within the Amaala development through a partnership with wellness brand Clinique La Prairie.
The collaboration involves the development of Clinique La Prairie Health Resort, a 36,115m² resort within Amaala on Saudi Arabia’s north-western coastline.
The property will comprise 13 villas, as well as 52 rooms and suites, while its design is set to mirror Clinique La Prairie’s ethos: an approach to wellbeing that prioritises longevity. The central Longevity Plaza will lead to four distinctive areas of the resort, each corresponding to one of the property’s key pillars:
- medical care
Clinique La Prairie will offer synergistic treatments along two key pillars, with the property reflecting these. The medical pillar will involve an advanced diagnostics lab, as well as facilities relating to radiology, physiology, neuroscience, dermatology, aesthetics and dentistry.
The destination will also provide a cryochamber, hyperbaric suites and IV infusion. Across the resort will be a range of other facilities, including a beach club, workshop and training rooms, museum, private dining space, and a cooking school.
Around the property, guests will notice that particular attention has been paid to landscaping, where gardens are multiple, a notion which has been vital to architect John Heah’s vision. Furthermore, sustainability has been announced as a cornerstone of the Amaala site, with the entire destination set to be powered by entirely renewable energy.
At Amaala, we are creating the most important health and longevity-focused resort ever developed. We’re delighted to be building our very first full-scale destination in such an extraordinary setting and to help bring Red Sea Global’s vision of regenerative, ultra-luxury tourism to life.
Simone Gibertoni, CEO of Clinique La Prairie
Clinique La Prairie’s world-renowned facilities and health and wellness experiences, set against Saudi Arabia’s extraordinary natural landscapes, will take our visitors on transformative personal journeys inspired by arts, wellness, and the purity of the Red Sea. The resort’s subtle beauty – a product of Islamic architecture and modern craftmanship – will deliver a serene place in which to unwind, meditate and rejuvenate.
John Pagano, CEO of Red Sea Global
Amaala is set to welcome its first guests in 2024 – part of its Phase One, at which point the site will consist of eight resorts, offering over 1300 keys. Upon completion, the destination will be home to more than 3,000 hotel rooms across 25 hotels, and approximately 900 luxury residential villas, apartments, and estate homes. It will also be home to high-end retail stores, fine dining, wellness and recreational facilities.