Luxury Glamping Company 'Collective Retreats' to Open Sustainable Retreat in Saudi Arabia's Trojena

Luxury Glamping Company ‘Collective Retreats’ to Open Sustainable Retreat in Saudi Arabia’s Trojena

Collective Retreats to Open a Sustainable Luxury Property in Saudi Arabia’s Trojena Ski Village.

Collective Retreats, a luxury glamping company, is set to open a sustainability-focused retreat in Trojena, Saudi Arabia, as part of Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud’s year-round ski village, Neom Trojena.

The new property, known as Collective Trojena, will feature 60 open-air guest rooms, communal campfires, water features, meeting spaces, and exceptional culinary experiences, all designed to complement the surrounding environment. The retreat aims to showcase that luxury travel can be sustainable and preserve the environment.

Sustainability-focused Retreat in Trojena

Collective Trojena, dubbed the next-generation, ultra-sustainable retreat, is set to open at the beginning of 2026. The retreat will offer an unmatched experience to guests with outdoor activities such as skiing, snowboarding, high-altitude training, paragliding, mountain biking, hiking, and water sports. The retreat’s main aim is to showcase how luxury travel and sustainability can work together to preserve the environment and still offer extraordinary guest experiences.

“In addition to giving a global audience a new perspective on this spectacular mountain setting, we are committed to demonstrating that luxury travel should not be extractive, and it’s possible to both preserve the environment and deliver extraordinary guest experiences.”

Peter Mack, Collective Retreats’ CEO and founder
Collective Trojena is designed to compliment the surrounding mountains.

Commitment to Sustainability

Collective Retreats has been committed to sustainability since its inception, and its focus on innovative thinking and passionate commitment to sustainability made it an ideal partner for the Trojena Neom project, according to Philip Gullett, executive director and region head at Trojena. Gullett added that Collective Retreats would be outstanding stewards of this new outdoor retreat experience in Trojena and would perfectly complement the environmental and sustainability principles and practices that are at the core of the Neom project.

Chris Newman, executive director of Hotel Development at Neom, said, “With Trojena and Neom overall being home to some of the most breathtaking landscapes, we’re thrilled to have selected a partner that shares our ambition to forge a new path for our industry, one that’s characterised by travellers living with nature.”

Collective Torjerna will offer guests thrilling experiences such as skiing, snowboarding and high-altitude training

Final Thoughts

Collective Trojena and The Chedi Trojena will both open their doors at the beginning of 2026. They will bring a new level of luxury to the region and demonstrate that luxury travel can work in harmony with nature while preserving the environment. Collective Retreats’ sustainability-focused retreat in Trojena will offer an unmatched experience to guests with its outdoor activities, water features, communal campfires, and exceptional culinary experiences. The retreat will complement the surrounding environment and showcase how luxury travel can work in harmony with nature to preserve the environment.

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