The partnership has been signed ahead of AlUla’s official opening to the world as a year-round destination in October 2020.
The resort’s 103 guest rooms and villas feature traditional Arabesque flourishes, mashrabiya detailing, and Bedouin accessories.
Epique Island was developed in 2014 with an investment of €200 million Euros and has since generated 6,000 jobs in the country.
The new-build beachfront resort will be situated at a Blue Flag beach east of Limassol, one of the island’s most cosmopolitan cities.
The resort will include apartment options for short and long-stay guests, membership packages and benefits, a grand pool and children’s pool.
The project offers 50 desert-view rooms and 43 villas. It also has Saharan adventures and explorations, Arabian Nights culture and cuisine with eight different F&B destinations, as well as Hammam spa rituals.
“With our growth acceleration in the luxury segment, we will have the opportunity to care for more travelers around the globe through a range of differentiated high-end experiences,” said Mark Vondrasek, chief commercial officer, Hyatt.
It is the first of its kind in the UAE with a unique design inspired by traditional Emirati heritage.