Design plans for the proposed multi-billion-dollar integrated resort dubbed Wynn Al Marjan Island in Ras Al Khaimah have been revealed.
The development sits on approximately 250,000 square meters of land overlooking the azure waters of the Arabian Gulf. According to Wynn Resorts Limited, its design is inspired by the tranquil seascape of Al Marjan Island which is made up of a group of four islands.
The same geometric configuration of the curved shape of the beach on the island is echoed through the Wynn Al Marjan Island. As a result, it creates majestic views of the beach, sea, and the horizon.
An insight into the Wynn Al Marjan Island integrated resort
Wynn Al Marjan Island integrated resort, whose foundation construction work began on site earlier this year, will rise at least 1,000 feet (305 meters) above the sea.
It will be home to 1,500 rooms, suites, and villas, along with a wide range of entertainment options. The latter includes a gaming area, 24 dining and lounge experiences, innovative spa and wellness experiences, and a high-end shopping esplanade.
In addition, the development will feature a state-of-the-art events center, and a theatre hosting a unique production show. Designed for both longer visits and day trips from neighboring Emirates, Wynn Al Marjan Island resort will offer abundant and layered experiences including nightly state-of-the-art laser and light shows.
Marjan LLC and RAK Hospitality Holding LLC are a part of the Wynn Al Marjan Island integrated resort project with an estimated project cost of approximately USD 3.9 billion.
Expectations for the development
The project is expected to transform and accelerate the Emirate’s rise as a major global tourist destination. As a result, it will create substantial value for the country’s economy through tourism and job creation. In addition, the Wynn Al Marjan Island integrated resort project will pave the way for the accelerated growth of allied business sectors.
Furthermore, the new resort highlights Ras Al Khaimah’s growing global reputation as a leading investment destination for high-quality hospitality projects.
Design Consultant Appointed for Wynn Resort Project in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE
The Wynn Resorts project in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, has been appointed a design consultant by Marjan, the leading master developer for freehold land in the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah, in partnership with RAK Hospitality Holding (RAKHH), an integrated hospitality asset owner and manager, and Wynn Resorts, an American developer and operator of high-end hotels and casinos.
HKS, an international design firm with more than 1,400 architects, interior designers, urban designers, scientists, artists, anthropologists, and more, is the appointee.
About the Wynn Resort Project in Ras Al Khaimah
The Wynn Resorts Project is developed under the Ras Al-Khaimah-based master developer of freehold properties in the United Arab Emirates. It is set to be located on Al Marjan Island, a group of 4 coral-shaped islands in a man-made archipelago located in Ras al-Khaimah. in the Persian Gulf.
Featuring an integrated resort that will be accompanied by gaming and entertainment amenities as well as a world-class hotel, the Wynn Resort Project in Ras Al Khaimah will be the first of its kind within the MENA region by Wynn Resorts. It will also be a global first for the US-listed developer and luxury resort operator.
It is expected to open in 2026 which will play a significant role in the tourism sector of Ras Al Khaimah.
Remarks on the project
While commenting on the appointment of a design consultant for the project, the Chief Executive Officer of Marjan, Eng Abdulla Abdooli explained that the project aims to offer guests exceptional dining and entertainment as well as accommodations, in a spectacular setting.
He also happily expressed excitement over realizing the company’s vision for the project on the island while working with HKS Architects and concluded by stating that the company aims to raise the benchmark in luxury hospitality in the Middle East as well as boost tourism in the country and attract visitors from all across the world.