Outdoor play area
There are playgrounds and fun areas for children to enjoy, all located right by the beach – designed to be in keeping with the surroundings. Everything is made of wood and other natural materials. There are little wooden boats on the sand, and even a few hammocks hanging in on stilts in the ocean.
We only know of one hotel within the development: the five-star boutique hotel will be the first Andaz property in the region. The Hyatt-run brand already has hotels in London, Delhi, Costa Rica, New York, Tokyo and more.
A beach club
Sea Spice beach club is set to open soon with daybeds and cabanas available. If it’s anything like its American counterpart, we expect it will draw in a fairly glamorous crowd.
The wharf and beyond
When La Mer was revealed at Cityscape last year, the grand plans suggested that there would be a theme park zone with rollercoasters and rides, a waterpark and even a pirate ship at The Wharf, La Mer’s second phase scheduled to open early next year. It will have a recreated rusty steelworks and industrial aesthetics alongside the waterpark, with a cinema, plus more shops and restaurants.