Four Seasons adds AMAALA Triple Bay to its pipeline

Marking a new chapter for comprehensive wellness tourism, Four Seasons is the latest luxury hospitality brand to be announced at Triple Bay, the landmark luxury wellness tourism development along Saudi Arabia’s north western coast…

water feature waterfall over pool in four Seasons AMAALA Triple Bay

Red Sea Global (RSG), the developer behind the regenerative tourism destinations AMAALA and The Red Sea, and leading luxury hospitality and branded residential company Four Seasons have announced the development of a new luxury wellness resort and Private Residences at Triple Bay AMAALA.

entrance and porte cochere to Four Seasons Resort and Residences AMAALA

Image credit: Four Seasons Resort and Residences

Four Seasons Resort and Residences AMAALA at Triple Bay will feature 220 keys comprising of rooms and suites, as well as villas with their own private pools, and 26 branded residential villas, all thoughtfully designed to offer breath taking bay and sea views.

“AMAALA is creating a new category of coastal lifestyle with regeneration and wellness at its core. With uninterrupted views of the Hijaz Cove, Four Seasons Resort and Residences AMAALA at Triple Bay is designed to allow guests and residents to get back to nature, recharging their mind, body, and soul,” said John Pagano, Group CEO of Red Sea Global.

curved facade as seen through the hotel gardens

Image credit: Four Seasons Resort and Residences

Aligned with AMAALA’s commitment to sustainability and wellbeing, wellness is a central pillar supporting the destination’s vision of people and planet first. Ideally complemented by the company’s Four Seasons For Good program, and its longstanding commitment to wellbeing across the entire guest and resident experience, Four Seasons Resort and Residences AMAALA at Triple Bay will focus on building highly personalised itineraries dedicated to wellness seekers worldwide.

“Our new Resort and Residences in AMAALA at Triple Bay will perfectly complement Four Seasons growing collection of properties within the Kingdom’s dynamic destinations, and marks our second collaboration with Red Sea Global,” added Bart Carnahan, President, Global Business Development, Portfolio Management and Residential, Four Seasons. “We’re honoured to be part of this exceptional development, creating a new luxury lifestyle experience for guests and residents, further expanding Four Seasons footprint within Saudi Arabia’s fast-growing tourism industry.”

linking interior and exterior space in Four Seasons Resort and Residences AMAALA

Image credit: Four Seasons Resort and Residences

The development will include a luxury spa nestled within its garden of tranquillity and inspiration featuring a sculptured waterfall. The Organic Spa Garden will be a focal point and treatment experience set to stimulate the senses, offering extensive therapeutic remedies including halotherapy, cryotherapy, and advanced skin therapies.

For fitness enthusiasts, the property will offer a bespoke collaboration with fitness trainer Harley Pasternak to seamlessly merge high-performance training with the limitless potential of Triple Bay’s 300 hectares of untouched hills, wadis and beaches. The pristine terrain includes trails perfect for canyoning and exploring the rugged cliffs and valleys. Guests and residents can also take part in an array of guided hikes, mountain biking, equestrian bridle trails, or work on their game at the spectacular 27-hole oceanfront golf course.

Four Seasons hotel suite with terrace and private pool

Image credit: Four Seasons Resort and Residences

The Resort and Residences are being designed by architects U+A, inspired by the destination’s unique setting nestled between the foothills of the rugged Hijazi Mountains and the tranquil blue waters of Hijaz Cove on the Red Sea coast. The Resort will take full advantage of its spectacular vistas using the terrain to offer guests rooms, villas, and penthouses with uninterrupted views of their natural surroundings.

Lush landscapes adorn all parts of the Resort balancing shade, light, colour and texture, interspersed with pools and water features that provide guests with points of interest, discovery, and contemplation. The aesthetic will be one of refined elegance, drawing on the influences of traditional architecture, interior design, and craftsmanship to deliver a contemporary design style.

winding paths through the Four Seasons AMAALA resort

Image credit: Four Seasons Resort and Residences

Guests will be greeted on arrival with a grand entry that opens onto the manicured grounds and an expansive panoramic view capturing Hijaz Island and the spectacular sunsets of the Red Sea. A variety of rooms and villas will provide guests with a range of space and configuration options, interspersed by beautifully designed outdoor spaces including the Water Garden, Cascade Garden, and the Wellness Garden.

“Nature is a key part of this resort, as it is for the ethos of Four Seasons luxury properties around the world,” discussed Martin Dufresne, Design Principle at U+A. “We used landscaping unsparingly, yet very deliberately, to frame the spectacular views of the bay, to guide guests and residents between the different amenities and to create feelings of calm and serenity throughout the property.”

palm trees and swimming pools in the gardens at Four Seasons resort

Image credit: Four Seasons Resort and Residences

After a day of new experiences, a Four Seasons Sleep Concierge will offer à la carte turndown menus with a choice of bath products, pillow scents, custom turndown music, mattress and pillow filling, pre-set vibrating and adjustable bed settings complete with circadian light automated settings.

The 26 Private Residences will comprise of exquisite villas ranging from 320 square metres to more than 650 square metres, each with their own pools and beautiful ocean views.

Phase One of AMAALA – focused on the Triple Bay masterplan – is well underway, with the first guests set to be welcomed in 2025. It will consist of 12 resorts offering upwards of 2,000 hotel keys. Once complete, AMAALA will be home to more than 3,900 hotel rooms across 29 hotels, and approximately 1,200 luxury residential villas, apartments, and estate homes, supporting high-end retail, fine dining, wellness and recreational facilities.

Main image credit: Four Seasons Resort and Residences