The Red Sea Development Company reveals the details of its luxury mountain resort

The Red Sea Development Company reveals the details of its luxury mountain resort


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The Red Sea Development Company, the developer of the Red Sea Project – one of the most ambitious renewable tourism projects in the world – revealed the designs of its new mountain resort called “Desert Rock” in a valley located within the project area on the western coast of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Global architectural design firm Oppenheim Architecture has designed the Desert Rock mountain resort in a way that preserves and enhances the environment, while allowing guests to engage directly with the nature and culture of the local area.
John Pagano, CEO of The Red Sea Development Company, said: “We wanted to create a tourist destination that would allow visitors from all over the world to enjoy the undiscovered beauty of nature in Saudi Arabia. Desert Rock Resort will give our visitors the opportunity to enjoy stunning landscapes as far as the eye can see, which was designed The resort is preserved in a way that future generations can enjoy.
Pagano added, “The environment surrounding the site of the Desert Rock resort was our inspiration for these designs, to offer our visitors endless luxury and unforgettable tourist experiences.”

Architecture in harmony with nature
The pass for visitors to the resort will be through a natural valley hidden among the mountains. The resort, which is built inside the mountain, offers 48 villas and 12 hotel suites with a total of 60 keys, with architectural designs fully integrated with the mountain rock to preserve its aesthetic view, and this is the philosophy followed by the international architectural design company “Oppenheim Architecture” that designs are in harmony with nature and not be extraneous designs .
Visitors to the mountain resort “Desert Rock” will hear a variety of luxury housing units from ground rooms, to hotel suites built in the middle of the mountain, to a select number of hotel rooms carved into the mountain rock.
To ensure that nothing gets in between visitors and the unique landscape, the resort’s road network has been cut at the edge of the main valley to be hidden behind the existing landscape. This in turn will reduce noise and light pollution, and allow visitors to the destination the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the desert scenery around them.

A unique tourist experience
Desert Rock Mountain Resort will feature state-of-the-art hotel amenities, including a world-class spa and fitness centre. As well as secluded places to eat as well as the distinctive lake oasis. Visitors will be able to take long walks, enjoy dune buggy tours and stargazing as part of the many tourist activities available to our visitors at the destination site.
This project also aims to share the archaeological history of the region by employing members of the local community to be representatives of the culture and nature of the region and to share with international and local visitors the story of the region’s authenticity and the details of its ancient heritage.

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sustainable building
As part of the Red Sea Development Company’s commitment to renewable tourism, the mountain resort “Desert Rock” will be designed to achieve the highest level of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).
This design will also help reduce energy consumption and enhance the area’s wildlife. Water conservation and distribution systems will be established throughout the site, and the rainwater collected will be used to increase the vegetation cover in the valley.
Besides, materials generated from excavation will be used on the resort site; in creating its infrastructure. The cut stones will be used to decorate the interior and exterior walls and floors. While earth stone and sand will be used in the manufacture of concrete aggregate, which is the basic building material in all architectural designs.
Chad Oppenheim, founder of global architecture firm Oppenheim Architecture, said: “The desert landscape surrounding the desert rock resort site is magical and unique. That’s why we wanted the selected architecture styles to celebrate the region’s impressive nature and detail. Using local natural resources. By integrating the resort with the mountain, visitors will be able to immerse themselves directly in the surrounding scenery and experience the amazing natural beauty of Saudi Arabia.”

new Horizons
The construction work of the mountain resort “Desert Rock” began in July 2021. It is noteworthy that the Red Sea project has reached important stages in its development work, and work is in full swing to receive its first guests in 2022, which will be preceded by the opening of our first hotel at the end of next year. The first phase of the project, which includes 16 hotels, will be completed in 2023.
The Red Sea project, when completed in 2030, will consist of 50 hotels providing up to 8,000 hotel rooms and more than 1,000 residential properties spread over 22 islands and six inland locations. The destination will also include an international airport, a luxury marina, and many recreational and leisure facilities.

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Combines architectural designs with the nature of the picturesque area

The Red Sea Development Company, the developer of the Red Sea Project – one of the most ambitious renewable tourism projects in the world – revealed the designs of its new mountain resort called “Desert Rock” in a valley located within the project area on the western coast of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Global architectural design firm Oppenheim Architecture has designed the Desert Rock mountain resort in a way that preserves and enhances the environment, while allowing guests to engage directly with the nature and culture of the local area.
John Pagano, CEO of The Red Sea Development Company, said: “We wanted to create a tourist destination that would allow visitors from all over the world to enjoy the undiscovered beauty of nature in Saudi Arabia. Desert Rock Resort will give our visitors the opportunity to enjoy stunning landscapes as far as the eye can see, which was designed The resort is preserved in a way that future generations can enjoy.
Pagano added, “The environment surrounding the site of the Desert Rock resort was our inspiration for these designs, to offer our visitors endless luxury and unforgettable tourist experiences.”

Architecture in harmony with nature
The pass for visitors to the resort will be through a natural valley hidden among the mountains. The resort, which is built inside the mountain, offers 48 villas and 12 hotel suites with a total of 60 keys, with architectural designs fully integrated with the mountain rock to preserve its aesthetic view, and this is the philosophy followed by the international architectural design company “Oppenheim Architecture” that the designs are in harmony with nature, not be extraneous designs. .
Visitors to the mountain resort “Desert Rock” will hear a variety of luxury housing units from ground rooms, to hotel suites built in the middle of the mountain, to a select number of hotel rooms carved into the mountain rock.
To ensure that nothing gets in between visitors and the unique landscape, the resort’s road network has been cut at the edge of the main valley to be hidden behind the existing landscape. This in turn will reduce noise and light pollution, and allow visitors to the destination the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the desert scenery around them.

A unique tourist experience
Desert Rock Mountain Resort will feature state-of-the-art hotel amenities, including a world-class spa and fitness centre. As well as secluded places to eat as well as the distinctive lake oasis. Visitors will be able to take long walks, enjoy dune buggy tours and stargazing as part of the many tourist activities available to our visitors at the destination site.
This project also aims to share the archaeological history of the region by employing members of the local community to be representatives of the culture and nature of the region and to share with international and local visitors the story of the region’s authenticity and the details of its ancient heritage.

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sustainable building
As part of the Red Sea Development Company’s commitment to renewable tourism, the mountain resort “Desert Rock” will be designed to achieve the highest level of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).
This design will also help reduce energy consumption and enhance the area’s wildlife. Water conservation and distribution systems will be established throughout the site, and the rainwater collected will be used to increase the vegetation cover in the valley.
Besides, materials generated from excavation will be used on the resort site; in creating its infrastructure. The cut stones will be used to decorate the interior and exterior walls and floors. While earth stone and sand will be used in the manufacture of concrete aggregate, which is the basic building material in all architectural designs.
Chad Oppenheim, founder of global architecture firm Oppenheim Architecture, said: “The desert landscape surrounding the desert rock resort site is magical and unique. That’s why we wanted the selected architecture styles to celebrate the region’s impressive nature and detail. Using local natural resources. By integrating the resort with the mountain, visitors will be able to immerse themselves directly in the surrounding scenery and experience the amazing natural beauty of Saudi Arabia.”

new Horizons
The construction work of the mountain resort “Desert Rock” began in July 2021. It is noteworthy that the Red Sea project has reached important stages in its development work, and work is in full swing to receive its first guests in 2022, which will be preceded by the opening of our first hotel at the end of next year. The first phase of the project, which includes 16 hotels, will be completed in 2023.
The Red Sea project, when completed in 2030, will consist of 50 hotels providing up to 8,000 hotel rooms and more than 1,000 residential properties spread over 22 islands and six inland locations. The destination will also include an international airport, a luxury marina, and many recreational and leisure facilities.