In collaboration with the Royal Commission for Al-ʿUla, Aman has just unveiled the destination for three brand new projects.
The hotel company is set to launch three resorts in North West Saudi Arabia, preserving Al-ʿUla’s natural landscapes and archaeological sites such as the towering sasndstone mountains with history tracing centuries back and the Kingdom’s very first UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hegra. Sprawling 22,561sq km, the ancient city of Al-ʿUla is home to 100 tombs that date back to 2nd Century BCE.
RCU Governor HH Prince Badr (right) with Aman Chairman Vladislav Doronin (left). Courtesy of Aman
Set to launch in 2023, Aman’s debut in the Kingdom was signed by Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Culture, the Governor of the Royal Commission for Al-ʿUla His Highness Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Mohammad bin Farhan Al Saud and Aman Chairman and CEO Vladislav Doronin.
“We are proud to be signing this agreement with a luxury operator who shares our vision of responsible development, demonstrating our commitment to delivering an extraordinary visitor experience in Al-ʿUla,” said His Highness Prince Badr.
“The decision by Aman to open its first resorts in the Middle East in Al-ʿUla shows the promise and progress of the vision for Al-ʿUla 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 Al-ʿUla.” Aman.com
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