Forget canceling or even downsizing; Saudi Crown Prince MBS has instead kicked off construction work before schedule on a never-before-seen hexagonal skyscraper. The futuristic mountain retreat will house an ultra-luxury hotel and premium residences.

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Saudi Arabia is fast becoming the epitome of modern development, boasting ambitious megaprojects like Neom City and its various segments. While the 170 km futuristic city The Line has captured most of the spotlight, other impressive projects will also draw significant tourist interest upon completion. One such gem is the hexagonally-pillared luxury hotel, Siranna.

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According to Meed, Neom has initiated early works on the Siranna tourism project for its Gulf of Aqaba development. The responsibility has been entrusted to local contractor Mofarreh Al Harbi and Lebanese Batco Group. As this luxury destination will be built on a man-made mountain offering breathtaking views of the Red Sea, initial tasks like rock stabilization, site clearing, and scaling will be handled by these teams.

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Siranna will feature a 65-key hotel with 35 exclusive residences, brought to life by Australian architectural consultancy Woods Bagot. Singapore-based Meinhardt Group will oversee the infrastructure design services along with the US-based engineering firm Aecom. This exclusive tourism escape, with its tiered design, promises to be a beacon of innovation, exceptional execution, and stunning results.

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What Can One Expect from Siranna?

The experience of Siranna is unmatched from the moment one sets foot on the waterborne transportation to the secluded bay surrounded by majestic mountains and lush flora. The property is as scenic as it is luxurious, offering stellar amenities for an unforgettable stay, including a beach club, spas, and state-of-the-art wellness facilities. It is a destination designed to help guests leave the grind of routine behind and explore the beauty of the Gulf of Aqaba on foot or horseback. Complementing this seamless holiday experience are sophisticated dining and entertainment options.

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