Saudia Arabia: NEOM, the avant-garde regional development in Northwest Saudi Arabia, has just unveiled “Siranna,” an innovative tourism destination. Melding sophistication with sustainability, the design seamlessly integrates with the coastal landscape, offering a luxurious retreat featuring a 65-key hotel and 35 residences.
With a commitment to minimal intervention in nature, Siranna employs specific techniques to preserve the local environment, paying homage to the region’s heritage while harmonizing with the mountains and wadi.
The project aligns with NEOM’s overarching commitment to crafting sustainable spaces in nature. Accessible via water transportation, Siranna beckons guests to indulge in relaxation through its array of facilities, including spas, wellness spaces, a signature beach club, and picturesque trails for exploration on foot or horseback. Positioned as a haven for creativity and well-being, Siranna embodies NEOM’s vision to provide visitors and residents with a sanctuary to unwind and gain fresh perspectives.
As part of NEOM’s expansive city development initiative in Saudi Arabia, the project epitomizes futuristic and sustainable interventions aimed at driving innovation. Just last month, NEOM introduced Epicon, an upscale coastal destination redefining hospitality and architectural standards along the Gulf of Aqaba.
Additionally, Zaha Hadid Architects revealed plans for a remarkable 330-meter-tall skyscraper within the Trojena ski resort, situated in the NEOM development, showcasing a crystal-like structure overlooking a central artificial lake. Moreover, at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, NEOM presented an exhibition unveiling the concept and standards guiding the design of “The Line,” their proposed 170-km-long linear city.
Siranna, a part of NEOM’s sustainable development initiative, adheres to the principle of minimal intervention in nature. The architecture is carefully crafted to pay homage to local heritage and seamlessly blend into the surrounding mountain and wadi landscapes.
Positioned along the coast, Siranna, like Leyja and Epicon, reflects NEOM’s commitment to conservation and sustainable tourism in the Gulf of Aqaba. These projects aim to provide the ultimate luxury hospitality experience while preserving the natural environment and nurturing creativity for future living.
For more news and updates, visit the Graana Blog.