Saudi Gazette report
Jeddah — Red Sea Development Company CEO John Pagano said the Red Sea Destination Project looks forward to welcoming guests over the next year.
In a video clip released to mark the 5th anniversary of the launch of the Red Sea Destinations Project, it states, “By creating unique, luxurious and environmentally sustainable international destinations, we will empower everyone with the new power of our tourism. can be seen.
Mr. Pagano is proud of the many achievements that have presented different concepts of tourism focused on people and the planet. He thanked the people and said he was eager to welcome guests in 2023.
The Red Sea Project is creating an exquisite ultra-luxury destination within a pristine 28,000 square kilometer area. Once complete, visitors will be offered a unique opportunity to explore a unique and diverse region of the world, including experiences for nature lovers, outdoor adventurers, cultural explorers and wellness seekers.
It is worth noting that the project consists of 50 hotels with up to 8,000 rooms and over 1,000 residential properties spread across 22 islands and 6 internal sites. It also includes international airports. A gorgeous marina, and many recreational facilities.
The company announced last May that its beach villas on the tourist island were nearing completion and that it had finished installing lighting cables on the project’s main airport runway.
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