Dubai’s most expensive apartment is a posh $112 million three-story sky villa in the beautiful Bulgari Lighthouse building. The home includes seven bedrooms, private terraces, and rooftop gardens with uninterrupted views of the city’s skyline


Is there a bigger compliment than being the best or the most expensive in Dubai? I guess not! The fact that an apartment in Bulgari Lighthouse broke Dubai’s property record by a staggering $112 million is accolade enough. But why stop there when all the magnificence is known to us? Dubai real estate analysis firm Property Monitor shared that the apartment is part of the posh 27-story tower. The three-story sky villa in question boasts seven bedrooms, a private study, a family room, a gym, a spa, a 13,000 square feet terrace, and personal elevator access.


The piece de resistance of Bulgari Lighthouse bears luxurious materials and custom-built details, standing tall and expensive as the ultimate symbol of luxury and exclusivity. Opulent residences are separated by horizontal layers of architectural coral that filter light and air. Located in the bespoke Jumeirah Bay Island, Bulgari Lighthouse Dubai is one of the UAE’s most beautiful buildings.

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It gives residents access to exclusive facilities of the neighboring Bulgari Resort Dubai, featuring expansive pools, landscaped gardens, and a host of dining options on-site. Before the Bulgari Lighthouse apartment sale, the most expensive apartment in Dubai was a $44.5 million property at the incredible Atlantis, The Royal in Palm Jumeirah.

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