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The new Al Habtoor Island Resort and Spa Dubai is set for completion by 2011



The Al Habtoor Group is determined to deliver a property that really lives up to the superlatives that are used to describe the development, and to that end scoured the world to find the most innovative and creative designers, architects, interior and landscape artists - the resulting team selected to turn Khalaf Al Habtoor's ambitions into reality brings together world-leading expertise and a shared ethos of honesty, enthusiasm, passion and commitment to create something very special.

The entire development will also be one of the world's most environmentally friendly, as it has been designed to meet the highest LEED Gold requirements.

Surrounded by the stunning crystal waters of the Arabian Gulf, the property will also boast inspirational views of two of the world's major landmarks - The Burj Al Arab and The Palm Jumeirah, and will deliver an exceptional living experience that has been created with care, thought and an appreciation of the very finest things in life.

'70% of the entire development (one of the highest ratios in Dubai) has been allocated for beautiful gardens and water features, so there's a real feeling of space,' added Khalaf Al Habtoor.

The resort will provide a complete lifestyle experience, offering guests and residents options ranging from the serenity of its spa, health club, beach and gardens to the activity of the gym, swimming pools, tennis and squash courts.

The natural beauty of the ocean is a recurring theme throughout the project, and this has been translated into a tasteful, soothing environment that will both calm and stir the senses.

A very limited number of exclusive freehold apartments, penthouses and villas - all with privileged access to the luxury resort and spa - are also available within the resort, and The Al Habtoor Group has opened a show apartment which is now available for viewing.

Initial demand has been strong, with discerning buyers from all around the world showing considerable interest.

'As a Group, we are uniquely positioned to develop, build and manage the resort' concluded Khalaf Al Habtoor.

'Habtoor Engineering built the Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Madinat Jumeirah and Terminal Three at Dubai International Airport and is also building Trump Tower, along with several other multi-billion projects, while our Hotels division has a proven track record of delivering excellence in hospitality and property management.'

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