Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Dubailand breaks ground for the region's first spa lifestyle community 'Palmarosa'

Dubailand, the tourism destination and member of Tatweer, announced that it has broken ground for the first spa lifestyle community in the Middle East, the Dh.1.5bn 'Palmarosa Project.'

The Senior Vice-President of Dubailand, Mohammed Al Habbai, and Chief Executive Officer of Palmarosa, Gaurav Goel, together held the groundbreaking for the 2.5mn square feet project.
The project would include 217 villas and townhouses, club houses, offices, serviced apartments, five-star hotel and a spa mall. The well-designed villas and townhouses at Palmarosa inspire a feeling of tranquility, security and contentment. The residents at Palmarosa will get to enjoy the legendary hospitality at one of the most idealistic five-star retreats in the world, the 'Palmarosa Luxury Hotel'.

The development also features one of the largest spa treatment amenities in the region, along with a blend of traditional and advanced therapy treatments.

Located off Emirates Road, behind the Arabian Ranches, featuring the majestic palms, bubbling fountains and unique variety of plants and flowers, the Palmarosa will be the primary botanical wonder of Dubai, the company revealed.

"The groundbreaking for Palmarosa project indicates our commitment towards delivering projects on schedule, and our keenness in offering integrated complementary services that cater to the entire family," said Al Habbai.

"At Dubailand, we aim to offer a range of diverse offerings from leisure and entertainment to arts, sports and culture, complemented by a luxurious lifestyle. We are confident that Palmarosa will contribute considerably to the well-being of residents and seek holistic retreat, even when remaining in contact with the vibrancy of city life," he said.

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