Abdulla bin Sulayem, CEO of Seven Tides, said: “As the first luxury hospitality development to open on The World Islands in Dubai, we always expected this resort to prove popular among visitors. Even so, occupancy rates at Anantara World Islands Dubai Resort have exceeded our expectations, and we anticipate strong demand levels to continue throughout 2022 and beyond.”

Guests visiting Anantara World Islands Dubai Resort, which is just a 10-minute boat journey from sister development Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort, can choose from a broad selection of rooms and suites with ocean views and access to the gymnasium and beach, as well as spacious luxury villas with private infinity pools.

The island resort is home to five restaurants and bars, offering everything from fine dining to chilled-out eats. Venues include Qamar, an Indo-Arabian restaurant boasting stunning sea views where guests can dine beneath chandeliers or the stars; Helios, an all-day Mediterranean-style al fresco restaurant; Luna, a cocktail bar designed for stargazers; and Grand House, a casual lobby café bar.

The development also features one of Anantara's Signature Spa's , which allows guests to choose between treatment rooms or in-room treatments, as well as providing spa cabanas on request. With yoga classes, water sports and the Tuk Tuk Kids’ Club, the resort offers activities and amenities to cater to every taste.

“Thanks to its unique location and world-class facilities, Anantara World Islands Dubai Resort is unlike any other hospitality development on earth,” bin Sulayem added. “We are delighted with how well this premises has performed since its launch in Q4 2021, and we cannot wait to welcome more guests as the year progresses so they can experience genuine boutique luxury first-hand.”