The property will feature 70 keys comprised of suites, beach and pool villas. All villas will have a private pool, an outdoor dining area and direct access to the beach. In-room spa treatments, a gym and a kid's club, will also be part of the new resort's amenities. Guests will also be able to escape the city and immerse themselves in nature with the range of flora and fauna on the island.
Dining options will include a Mediterranean al fresco restaurant and Arabic-Indian speciality dining, perfect for romantic dinners and offering barbecues on the beach. In addition, freshly caught seafood will be prepared by an in-house team of chefs. A stylish bar lounge will provide panoramic views of the Dubai skyline, including famous landmarks Burj Khalifa and Burj al Arab
“What we are doing is bringing the paradise of the Maldives right here to Dubai. We offer peace, privacy and tranquillity, but with the added advantage of being close enough to major retail destinations, restaurants and Dubai's lively nightlife," added Bin Sulayem.