Seven Tides to de­velop lux­ury re­sort on World Is­lands

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Tides has started to de­velop a lux­ury re­sort on one of its is­lands in The World ar­chi­pel­ago, ac­cord­ing to lo­cal me­dia.

The lux­ury prop­erty de­vel­oper and hold­ing com­pany has spent tens of mil­lions of dol­lars buy­ing 10 of the World Is­lands in the South Amer­ica clus­ter, in­clud­ing Buenos Aires, Bo­livia, Ar­gentina, Chile and Falk­land.

Hav­ing re­cently com­pleted its ho­tel and prop­erty de­vel­op­ment port­fo­lio, in­clud­ing the re­cently opened Dukes Ho­tel on The Palm Jumeirah, the com­pany has started to de­velop a lux­ury re­sort on one of the South Amer­i­can is­lands, clos­est to the Dubai shore­line, CEO Ab­dulla Bin Su­layem told Ara­bian Busi­ness.

Bin Su­layem re­vealed that he is plan­ning to build a low-rise, 60 villa lux­ury re­sort, in­clud­ing a sig­na­ture restau­rant, all-day din­ing venue, spa and water ac­tiv­i­ties.

“You will have the sky­line of all of Dubai. One of the clos­est ones [to the shore­line],” Bin Su­layem said.

“It’s five min­utes’ dis­tance from the Jumeirah Ma­rina Port and it’s less than 15 min­utes from Anan­tara [The Palm Dubai] by boat. If you’re stay­ing on the is­land and you want to go shop­ping, we can drop you to the clos­est point to Dubai Mall.” Work has started and is ex­pected to be com­pleted in “less than a year”. Click here for full story

Ab­dulla bin Su­layem, CEO, Seven Tides

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