Dubai developer will build 80 luxury hotels on multi-billion dollar artificial islands


If you think Dubai can no more up its architectural game, you’re wrong, and how! The emirate land is up for some serious business as unveiled by world-renowned developer Nakheel who recently revealed its grand plan for Dubai Islands. As part of the firm’s vision, the cluster of five islands will spread across a total area of 17 square kilometers and will extend a diverse mix of residential, retail leisure, and hospitality offerings. Further, each island will boast unique offerings including cultural hubs, recreational sports beaches, and beach clubs.


And of course, that’s not all! The islands will further house over 80 hotels! These will include luxury and wellness resorts, as well as boutique, family, and eco-conscious hotels – all of which will aim to support Dubai’s ambition to boost the tourism and hospitality sector in the years to come. Located along the emirate’s northern coastline, Dubai Islands will further include over 20km of beaches (including a Blue Flag-certified beach), sprawling parks open spaces, and golf courses. Commenting on it, Naaman Atallah, chief executive officer at Nakheel said,

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“Dubai Islands are an integral part of the future vision for the emirate, focusing on enhancing the health, happiness, and wellbeing of residents and visitors, as well as providing the highest standards and variety of urban infrastructure and facilities. Dubai Islands will add to the Nakheel portfolio of residential, retail, hospitality, and leisure developments, offering another destination within a destination.”

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