A couple of days ago we recommended a dream hotel, here, where you can escape, but today we are certainly not to be outdone.
It’s called “Coral Bloom” and it’s the beautiful new project by Foster + Partners, a luxury resort in one of the most pristine areas of Saudi Arabia.
We could almost open a column entitled “places to escape and never return”. But at the moment both projects are still in the making, which is why we’re putting it off until they’re officially ready.
But getting serious again, we are sure that “Coral Bloom” will definitely be one of your next destinations, where you can relax and think about nothing, what a great feeling it must be. Before going into detail, it is useful to watch the video below to better understand the full beauty of the project and the island.
Ok here we go, now you have well or badly understood why we would like to live there forever. “Coral Bloom” will be built on the island of Shurayrah, famous worldwide for its fauna and flora but especially for its coral reefs.
The winning proposal that was approved by the development company presents 11 hotels within the island, all different from each other and adapted to meet the expectations of any traveler.
Clearly, you may be wondering why build and erode the beauty of such an exclusive island. But the architects of Foster + Partners are ready to disprove you, as well as having provided lagoons with which to protect the barriers from any danger. For its construction, the resort will use only ecological materials, not affecting in any way the virginity of the place.
The entire island will also be powered by renewable sources, supported by the largest battery storage system in the world.
“Our vision for shurayrah is inspired by the island’s natural state, with the hotels designed to give the impression that they have washed up on the beaches and nestled among the dunes almost like driftwood.”
If we haven’t convinced you yet, for those of you who are more skeptical, we leave you with the images that will surely make you want not only to go to summer but to leave sooner rather than later.