Saudi Arabia’s AlUla will welcome Mexican hospitality brand AZULIK to the Kingdom. A 76-villa luxury eco-resort, complete with VIP spa, museum and nature-inspired design will open in 2027.

The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) will develop a new resort within the Journey Through Time (JTT) masterplan, designed in harmony with the natural environment and aligned with the Sustainability Charter for AlUla, Saudi Green Initiative, and Vision 2030.

The AZULIK AlUla Resort is planned as an eco-luxury property in the Nabatean Horizon District of the JTT masterplan, tucked into canyons near the Al Mutadil Equestrian Village development and Wadi Al Fann, an ancient valley that will soon be home to large-scale artworks in the landscape.

Slated to launch in 2027, the resort will feature 76 luxury villas of six different varieties, spa, VIP club, welcome lounges, all-day dining, and a SFER IK museum. With designs inspired by the natural ecosystem and surrounding sandstone cliffs, the resort’s exteriors will utilise natural materials and fibres woven into several layers.