As the Red Sea Development Company prepares to unveil its first hotel partners, chief executive John Pagano brings Breaking Travel News up to date with the project during AHIC 2021 in Dubai.
The Red Sea Development Company has partnered with the King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology to provide high resolution satellite data of key locations at the Red Sea Project.
El Seif Group will be responsible for delivering facilities management services to 18 residential buildings, 200 villas and townhouses, and the management office at the Coastal Village.
The new appointees, who have a combined experience of over 50 years in the hospitality and tourism sector, will play a pivotal role in directing project towards welcoming its first guests next year.
The Red Sea Development Company has appointed Archirodon to design and build a 1.2-kilometre bridge on the site. It will form part of the 3.3-kilometre crossing to its main hub island, Shurayrah.
Breaking Travel News chats with Abdullah Al Zahrani, head of brand and marketing at the Red Sea Development Company, to get an update on developments on the megaproject taking shape on the coast of Saudi Arabia.
The Red Sea Development Company has closed a SAR14.1 billion (US$3.8 billion) term loan and revolving credit facility with four Saudi banks.
The Red Sea Development Company has awarded the contract to design and build infrastructure at its Coastal Village to Saudi firm Contracting & Construction Enterprises.
Sara Al Marghalani, like most Saudis, never imagined that a career in hospitality would be for her. Yet being the first Saudi, either male or female, to work in the Maldives has shaped Sara into who she is today. Here we find out more
Source water is produced using solar technology that draws pure water vapor out of the air and converts it to drinking water. Water harvesting and bottling will generate zero carbon.
The company has awarded a contract to Gartner for the provision of technology procurement advisory services. The latter will provide insights and advice on licensinga and technology customisation.
Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, has launched the Coral Bloom concept at the heart of the Red Sea Project – designed by architectural firm Foster + Partners.