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In the Lap of Luxury: Al Habtoor City and First Class Flights to Dubai Make the Coming New Year a Delight

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Al Habtoor City is set to open, and we detail some of the high-end development’s most spectacular features. From plentiful five-star hospitality and ultra-VIP residences to Las Vegas-style water shows and opulent shopping, Al Habtoor City is the most-anticipated integrated urban resort in the UAE.

Dubai’s warm days, breathtaking skyscrapers and gorgeous beaches already have the attention of the world’s jet set. If you’ve booked first class seats to the gleaming city for the next few months, prepare to be even more astounded with the unveiling of the city’s new glittering jewel: Al Habtoor City. 

On the former grounds of the Metropolitan Dubai Hotel and just a few blocks south of downtown, Al Habtoor City is a luxury destination designed to appeal to the world’s most sophisticated travelers. Three five-star hotels, three posh residential towers, a convenient marina, many high-end boutiques and bountiful entertainment are just some of the attractions expected to lure 7.3 million visitors to the landmark development each year. The “city” is located on the banks of the new Dubai Water Canal, which should open at about the same time as the resort. With its vast entertainment, residential and retail facilities, Al Habtoor is set to be Dubai’s largest integrated urban resort.

First to open is the stunning St. Regis Dubai, representing the luxury brand’s first foray into Dubai. Then in March 2016, the Westin Hotel and flagship W Hotel will both open their high-rise hotels. In all, the three Starwood Hotel properties will offer 1,600 luxury hotel rooms and suites to the city’s visitors. With the airport just 30 minutes away, the lusciously appointed hotels are the perfect complement to your first class flights to Dubai.

If you travel to Dubai frequently or spend extended periods of time there, you might also consider checking out Al Habtoor City’s magnificent residential towers: Amna, Noura and Meera. 

Dubai’s warm days, breathtaking skyscrapers and gorgeous beaches already have the attention of the world’s jet set. If you’ve booked first class seats to the gleaming city for the next few months, prepare to be even more astounded with the unveiling of the city’s new glittering jewel: Al Habtoor City. 

On the former grounds of the Metropolitan Dubai Hotel and just a few blocks south of downtown, Al Habtoor City is a luxury destination designed to appeal to the world’s most sophisticated travelers. Three five-star hotels, three posh residential towers, a convenient marina, many high-end boutiques and bountiful entertainment are just some of the attractions expected to lure 7.3 million visitors to the landmark development each year. The “city” is located on the banks of the new Dubai Water Canal, which should open at about the same time as the resort. With its vast entertainment, residential and retail facilities, Al Habtoor is set to be Dubai’s largest integrated urban resort.

First to open in early 2016 is the stunning St. Regis Dubai, representing the . Then in March, the Westin Hotel and flagship W Hotel will both open their high-rise hotels. In all, the three Starwood Hotel properties will offer 1,600 luxury hotel rooms and suites to the city’s visitors. With the airport just 30 minutes away, the lusciously appointed hotels are the perfect complement to your first class flights to Dubai.

 

If you travel to Dubai frequently or spend extended periods of time there, you might also consider checking out Al Habtoor City’s magnificent residential towers: Amna, Noura and Meera.

Two of the towers are 72 stories tall and the third is 52 levels, and their Art Deco-inspired architecture adds another elegant touch to the Dubai skyline. Residences will include 9 penthouses and three ultra-VIP penthouses, all directly overlooking the city’s stunning waterfronts. Expect lushly appointed one- to four-bedroom apartments throughout the residential towers, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, pampering amenities and access to a dramatic leisure deck.

Of course, no self-respecting luxury development would be complete without plentiful entertainment, and Al Habtoor City doesn’t disappoint. Aside from the resort’s sensational location on the canal, the development is just blocks from the Persian Gulf inlet of the Arabian Sea. As a result, you can be assured of breathtaking views in all directions. Landscaped gardens, multiple water features, an urban sky garden and open-air amphitheater keep residents entertained, while the Dragone water and light show, Bentley Cafe and Boutique and state-of-the-art tennis academy keep visitors entertained.

If your travel schedule to Dubai is flexible, be sure to book your discounted first class tickets to Dubai International after the first of the year so that you can enjoy all that the new landmark development offers. Stay tuned for our next blog highlighting some of the amenities you can expect at the development’s new St. Regis Dubai.

Two of the towers are 72 stories tall and the third is 52 levels, and their Art Deco-inspired architecture adds another elegant touch to the Dubai skyline. Residences will include 9 penthouses and three ultra-VIP penthouses, all directly overlooking the city’s stunning waterfronts. Expect lushly appointed one- to four-bedroom apartments throughout the residential towers, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, pampering amenities and access to a dramatic leisure deck.

Of course, no self-respecting luxury development would be complete without plentiful entertainment, and Al Habtoor City doesn’t disappoint. Aside from the resort’s sensational location on the canal, the development is just blocks from the Persian Gulf inlet of the Arabian Sea. As a result, you can be assured of breathtaking views in all directions. Landscaped gardens, multiple water features, an urban sky garden and open-air amphitheater keep residents entertained, while the Dragone water and light show, Bentley Cafe and Boutique and state-of-the-art tennis academy keep visitors entertained.

If your travel schedule to Dubai is flexible, be sure to book your discounted first class tickets to Dubai International after the first of the year so that you can enjoy all that the new landmark development offers. Stay tuned for our next blog highlighting some of the amenities you can expect at the development’s new St. Regis Dubai.

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