AlUla covers 22561 square kilometres and include

first_img AlUla covers 22,561 square kilometres, and includes a lush oasis valley, towering sandstone mountains and ancient cultural heritage sites dating back thousands of years to when the Lihyan and Nabataean Kingdoms reigned. The most well-known and recognised site in AlUla is Hegra, Saudi Arabia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.The partnership agreement was signed by Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Culture, the Governor of the Royal Commission for AlUla His Highness Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Mohammad bin Farhan Al Saud, and Chairman and CEO of Aman Mr Vladislav Doronin, marking the brand’s first entry to Saudi Arabia and the region. Chairman and CEO of AMAN, Vladislav Doronin, welcomed the new partnership, saying, “Many of our existing Aman destinations are located in areas of outstanding natural beauty and rich history. With the addition of spectacular AlUla, this take us to 10 properties situated near or in UNESCO Heritage Sites, making it a fitting location for our first destination in the Middle East.”Commenting on the agreement, His Highness Prince Badr said “The decision by Aman to open its first resorts in the Middle East in AlUla shows the promise and progress of the vision for AlUla to become a worldwide destination for those seeking unique experiences. I believe this partnership will be the next step in the development of the yet to be discovered masterpiece that is AlUla.” Want to be in the luxury travel know? Subscribe to our free eNewsletter here to keep up to date with everything in the luxury travel industry. All three projects represent an authentic move for the brand and will embrace eco-tourism standards in line with RCU’s commitment to sensitive development, and with Aman’s aim to ensure its destinations are pervaded by a tranquil simplicity offering unmatched opportunities for exploration and discovery. Go back to the e-newslettercenter_img AMAN Resorts, Hotels & Residences has cemented plans for three resort openings in northwest Saudi Arabia by 2023, in partnership with the Royal Commission of AlUla (RCU).The three resorts will offer an incomparable insight into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its unspoilt natural landscapes and archaeological sites. This development will encompass a fascinating journey to include a tented camp, at one with nature; a sublime resort close to AlUla’s spectacular heritage areas; and a third development as Aman’s take on a ranch-style desert resort nestled in an otherworldly setting. Go back to the e-newsletter RCU Governor HH Prince Badr (right) with Aman Chairman and CEO, Vladislav Doroninlast_img

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