Tenthouses rendering for the upcoming Mantis Al Baha eco-luxury resort to open in Saudi Arabia

Mantis to Open Three New Eco-Luxury Resorts in the Middle East

By supporting the development of luxury eco-resorts and lodges, as well as immersive cultural experiences, Mantis unveiled plans for significant expansion in the Middle East with three new properties in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

These new trio of signings in the region are: Hawar Resort by Mantis in Bahrain, Mantis Al Baha in Saudi Arabia and Mantis Saij Mountain Lodge in the United Arab Emirates.

These ventures mark a significant milestone in Mantis’ global journey as the brand expands beyond Africa, continuing to redefine luxury hospitality while championing conservation, cultural heritage, and eco-tourism.

In each hotel destination, Mantis will work closely with local conservation experts and communities to preserve the indigenous fauna and flora, ensuring that future generations can continue to enjoy the natural wonders.

Furthermore, Mantis is dedicated to showcasing the rich cultural tapestry of each destination offering guests immersive encounters with vibrant traditions, authentic cuisine and ancient landmarks.

Pipeline Property Highlights

Hawar Resort by Mantis (Hawar Island, Bahrain)

Nestled on the picturesque west coast of Hawar Island, Hawar Resort by Mantis sets a new standard for eco-conscious luxury. Surrounded by a thriving wildlife sanctuary, this resort is a pioneering endeavour in sustainable hospitality within the Middle East. Scheduled to open in Q3 2024, the resort will boast 102 opulent accommodations, complemented by five distinct dining venues and an array of premier leisure facilities.

Mantis Al Baha (Saudi Arabia)

Mantis Al Baha will offer 100 units, some of which will be operational as early as Q2 2025. The property boasts an extensive adventure park, spa facilities, and a variety of exceptional dining and beverage experiences.

Mantis Saij Mountain Lodge (United Arab Emirates)

Mantis Saij Mountain Lodge beckons travellers to immerse themselves in the natural surroundings and will offer a range of enriching activities, including creative experiences, mindful pursuits and guided treks. The 70 luxurious eco-lodges are crafted from sustainable materials. The anticipated opening date is to be announced soon.

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