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Hyatt has announced that it has entered into an agreement for a new Miraval property in Saudia Arabia, which would be the first property outside of the U.S. for the brand.
Here’s all you need to know about this exciting property.
Miraval The Red Sea in Saudi Arabia
The 180-room property will include 20 villas spread across a whopping 3 million square feet of land, along with several dining options.
The Life in Balance Spa will encompass nearly 40,000 square feet and have more than 3 dozen treatment rooms.
“We are honored to elevate the Miraval brand to a global stage with plans for the brand’s first property outside of the U.S.,” said, Susan Santiago, the Head of Miraval Resorts, in a statement.
“We are especially grateful this property will continue the brand’s mission of providing authentic, inclusive, and immersive wellness experiences to new guests and audiences, allowing them to craft a mindful journey toward a life in balance,” the statement continued.
Hyatt says the first development phase is “well underway” and is on track to be completed by the end of 2023. When it opens, Miraval The Red Sea is expected to be the brand’s fourth resort and the first outside of the U.S.
There are several locations across the U.S., including Miraval Arizona, Miraval Austin, and the newest location, Miraval Berkshires in Massachusetts.
This new property joins the 7 World of Hyatt hotels already in Saudia Arabia, including the Park Hyatt Jeddah and Grand Hyatt Al Khobar Hotel and Residences. Outside of Saudi Arabia, Hyatt has a sizable footprint across the larger Middle East region, with properties in Jordan, Oman, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates.
Booking Miraval Properties
Right now, it’s unclear how many points guests will need to book a stay at Miraval The Red Sea, but other properties start at 40,000 World of Hyatt points per night (on off-peak dates) in a standard room.
Miraval is all-inclusive, and the pricing is per person, so it’ll cost an additional 17,500 to 22,000 points per night to add a second person to the reservation.
As a reminder, award nights at Miraval resorts include luxury accommodations, a $175 resort credit per person, snacks and beverages, and complimentary wellness activities, lectures, and fitness classes.
Hot Tip: Check out our complete guide on Miraval Resorts & Spas properties before your next trip!
This should be good news for fans of the Miraval brand, especially if you happen to find yourself in the Middle East in the next few years. Miraval is one of Hyatt’s most exclusive offerings and usually represents a solid use of World of Hyatt points. We’re certainly looking forward to seeing what this property is like once it opens!
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