Two new towers planned for Saudi Arabia’s NEOM
20 November 2023
Two new towers aimed at attracting tourists to the Gulf of Aqaba in Saudi Arabia are set to be built in the special economic zone of NEOM.
The towers – 225 metres and 275 metres in height respectively – will form part of the luxury coastal tourism destination Epicon.
They will house a 41-key hotel and luxury residences comprising 14 suites and apartments close to the Epicon resort, which will offer 120 rooms and 45 residential beach villas.
Hong Kong-based architecture firm 10 Design has designed the towers.
News of Epicon follows the recent announcement of Leyja, another tourism destination within a valley in NEOM in northwest Saudi Arabia.
Leyja is being developed within a natural Wadi, with 120 rooms split between three properties sitting between 400m-high mountains.