The new Rosewood Red Sea hotel will be located along the west coast on Shura Island in Saudi Arabia.
It will feature 149 suites and guestrooms, two lounges, a signature Manor Club and a central hub featuring authentic eateries.
The hotel will have three restaurants and additional recreational spaces including event pavilions.
Guests can also avail the Rosewood’s signature well-being concept, Asaya. It will have a gym, seven treatment rooms, a yoga pavilion and two movement studios.
Rosewood Hotel Group CEO Sonia Cheng said: “It is our great pleasure to announce our expansion in the Middle East, adding Rosewood Red Sea to Saudi Arabia’s burgeoning cultural movement.
“Rosewood’s presence in The Red Sea destination will mark a transformational time for the brand as the project looks to set new standards in sustainable development and support Saudi Arabia emerge as a top global tourism destination.”
Rosewood Red Sea will open as a part of the first phase of the multi-complex Red Sea development.
The Red Sea destination is a new cultural and lifestyle mixed-use development, which will include 22 islands and five inland sites when complete.
It also features an 18-hole championship golf course, a yacht club, various commercial retail and dining options.
The development is expected to complete by 2030 and will have centralised island-hubs, mono-island resorts, beach resorts and inland resorts.
Last year, Rosewood Hotel & Resorts also revealed its plans to open a new luxury hotel in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia by 2025.