Luxury hospitality developer Seven Tides has revealed plans to open the first resort on Dubai’s World Islands in the UAE this month.
Anantara World Islands Dubai Resort is located on Clarence Island.
The five-star resort is accessible exclusively by boat and is just a 10-minute ride from Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort.
Anantara World Islands Dubai Resort has its own 2,000m2 private beach and 142,000m2 host island located within the South American continent of the development.
Seven Tides operations director Ghanim Bin Sulayem said: “Work on the island is advancing incredibly quickly, supported by the ingenuity the engineering team who have made the project a possibility.”
The upscale hospitality project features 70 rooms, suites, and villas, some of which offer ocean views and beach access.
The property boasts an Anantara signature spa providing treatment rooms, in-room treatments and spa cabanas, gymnasium, a guest pool and series of private infinity pools exclusively guest staying in villas.
Dining venues at the resort includes Indo-Arabian venue Qamar, café bar, Grand House, Helios, an all-day serving Mediterranean-style al fresco restaurant and a cocktail bar Luna.
Seven Tides CEO Abdulla Bin Sulayem said: “The Anantara hotel on Clarence Island will set the bar for exclusivity and a luxury lifestyle, while remaining in harmony with nature. Without a doubt, this will become one of the most sought-after leisure and lifestyle destinations in the Middle East, if not the world.
“Anantara World Islands Dubai Resort is unique. It will offer genuine island tranquillity despite its close proximity to major retail destinations, gourmet restaurants, golf courses and the emirate’s lively nightlife.”