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NEOM launches latest mega retreat ‘Elanan’

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Saudi Arabia’s NEOM has unveiled its ninth new addition to the Kingdom’s $500 billion mega business and tourism project this year; the exclusive wellness retreat ‘Elanan’.

Situated on the Gulf of Aqaba coastline, Elanan will be located in the midst of a “unique nature resort’ and will feature 80 bespoke rooms and suites

Saudi Arabia’s NEOM has unveiled its ninth new addition to the Kingdom’s $500 billion mega business and tourism project this year; the exclusive wellness retreat ‘Elanan’.

Situated on the Gulf of Aqaba coastline, Elanan will be located in the midst of a “unique nature resort’ and will feature 80 bespoke rooms and suites.

“Elanan takes a modern approach to wellness, perfectly blending new technologies in a discreet luxurious setting that promotes relaxation and reflection,” NEOM said in a statement. “The signature facilities provide numerous options for guests to embrace themselves in tranquility, rest and recharge.”

“Utilizing ultra-modern design techniques, it creates intricate sculptures that delicately blend with the surrounding natural beauty. It boasts a contemporary aesthetic but retains a synergy with nature, creating a unique architectural experience for all to enjoy.”

Guests can explore the large plazas, enjoy specialty private dining, find relaxation in the sun garden, or soak up the views from the top of the observation tower.

The latest asset to be announced by NEOM, Elanan’joins a host of sustainable tourism destinations within the Gulf of Aqaba.

They include Zardun, a new mega luxury resort amid a restored sanctuary filled with animals and wildlife, Xaynor, a paradisiacal retreat, mountain resort Aquellum, exclusive ‘tourism escape’ Siranna, the new sustainable tourism destination Leyja, Epicon, - which will feature residential beach villas, hotels, luxurious resort - Utamo, a new destination for art and entertainment which aims to host performances from the globe’s biggest artists, and Norlana, an ultra-modern active lifestyle community.

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