Saraya Beach Club opens

Located in the heart of Saraya Aqaba


Eagle Hills Jordan, the largest real estate developer in the kingdom, has announced the opening of the Saraya Beach Club serviced by Al Manara, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Saraya Aqaba, which is one of the project’s key components.

Located in the heart of Saraya Aqaba, the Beach Club introduces further aesthetics and amenities, allowing project residents, tourists and visitors to enjoy and unwind by the swimming pools or on the golden sandy beaches of the central lagoon, which adds 1.5 kilometers of beachfront to the coastal city’s shoreline.

Besides an upscale gym furnished with the latest fitness equipment, the Saraya Beach Club features a dedicated space for children, a theatre and a variety of water sports for visitors to experience alongside the world-class hospitality services of Al Manara Hotel.

Furthermore, Saraya Beach Club visitors and their families are granted the unique opportunity to enter the gated residential community, which includes elegantly-designed villas and apartments with great private pool views. Visitors will also enjoy the natural gardens and landscapes, and receive an exclusive look at the first-of-its-kind and largest waterpark in Aqaba as it undergoes finishing touches.

Eagle Hills Jordan Executive Director, Abdallah Al Fraihat, noted the importance of this opening, which coincides with the recovery of tourism across Jordan, “Al Manara Hotel - which is part of the Saraya Aqaba project - encompasses swimming pools and an array of restaurants, which suit various occasions and cater to young visitors and families alike.”

Al Fraihat emphasised that Saraya Aqaba, in all its facilities, provides premium services that comply with local and international health and safety requirements - especially in light of Covid-19 prevention measures - in order to ensure a safe and comfortable environment for everyone on-premises. He added: “In doing so, we are working together to enhance service levels to meet the expectations of our visitors, with now being the perfect time to revitalise the sector in Aqaba by returning domestic tourism to the state it previously was.” - TradeArabia News Service

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