Reservations are now open for the new Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve

Reservations are now open for the new Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve

Officially opening on May 26, guests can expect a lavish island escape surrounded by clear waters and coral reefs
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Nestled along the pristine shores of the Red Sea is the new Nujuma, a Ritz Carlton Reserve, and now the luxurious island escape is available to book.

Redefining indulgent hospitality, the new Ritz Carlton getaway will showcase the mesmerising beauty of the Red Sea in a sanctuary-like setting, allowing guests to fully immerse themselves in a world of sophistication and serenity, with exotic surroundings.

What are the rooms like at Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve?

Welcoming visitors from this weekend, the reefside resort features an array of accommodations, from overwater bungalows to expansive beachside villas.

The 63 villas reflect the beauty of their environment through shell-inspired architecture and interiors adorned with unique artefacts, artwork, in addition to colours, textures, and materials inspired by nature. All villas offer panoramic windows, open living space, sea-view pools, and telescopes for stargazing under the captivating night sky.

Large, well designed and lavishly decorated, there are a number of different types of villas available to book. Pivoting on indulgent luxury, it will come as no surprise (or a lovely one) that each villa type features its very own private pool.

Each villa has a terrace area to enjoy the views, or the sunset, and inside there is a pantry and kitchenette for preparing snacks and drinks.

1 Bedroom Villas

Sunset Beach Villa, Water Villa and Sunset Water Villa each feature one bedroom with a large kingsize bed, and have a maximum occupancy of 3 people. Although the villas may vary in size, each have a private pool for guests to enjoy, and depending on the type of room chosen will have a view off either the sea or the sunset.

2 Bedroom Villas

The Reserve Beach Villas and Reserve Water Villas each have two rooms, one with a king bed and another with capacity for two queen size beds. Again the villas vary in size, and alternate between sea views and sunset views, and each have a luxurious private pool to laze in.

Royal Nujuma Villa

Starting at approximately SAR 62000 per night, and a maximum capacity for seven people, the most lavish of all the villas is the Royal Nujuma Villa. The sprawling villa expands over a 3863 square foot area, with three bedrooms; two with king size beds, and one with space for two queen size beds, a separate kitchen, a terrace, a movie room, and both a plunge pool and a private pool to luxuriate in.

3 Exciting Amenities at Nujuma

The Conservation House

Through onshore and offshore activities, guests of all ages can connect with nature, community, and the culture of Saudi Arabia.

The Galaxea Diving Centre

Embark on Red Sea adventures both above and below the water's surface, engaging in activities like kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, as well as snorkelling and diving expeditions to discover the vibrant, thriving coral reefs.

The Neyrah Spa

At Neyrah Spa, guests are taken on a transformative path, where they can find natural ingredients and serene practices. This indoor-outdoor sanctuary draws inspiration from the sea and land to rejuvenate the mind, body, and spirit.

Ummahat Island Resorts

Boasting two resorts, The St. Regis Red Sea Resort and Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, travellers can expect the best in luxury on Ummahat Island. Surrounded by clear waters and coral reefs, visitors will revel in an experience that combines the best of the project and the natural beauty of the coast.

Already welcoming visitors The St. Regis Red Sea Resort, offers guests a water sports centre with activities such as sailing, windsurfing, and kayaking through mangrove forests, complemented by world-class dining and wellness facilities.

The Nujuma, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve will focus on diving, providing a state-of-the-art centre for undersea exploration, as well as lessons, diving excursions, and snorkelling adventures.

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Open from May 26, 2024, with average prices from SAR 7000 per night
Ummahat Islands 2-3, Red Sea, Saudi Arabia

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