The largest Island in the Heart of Europe will be a delight for the senses. Three luxury hotels, beautiful marinas, and white beaches will burst with secluded corners and vie for attention with a heady mix of cafés, restaurants, boutiques, and entertainment experiences that live long in the memory.
Main Europe Island’s picturesque plazas and cobbled streets will invite wide-eyed exploration. Climate control technology will make guests stop in awe, not only keeping the temperature at a balmy 27 degrees and the wind a gentle 5km/h – but regularly making it rain or transforming streets into snow-kissed winter wonderlands.
Visitors can relax in the chic rooms at the stunning Côte d'Azure Hotel. Take up residence on mountainous Switzerland Island. Bask in the breath taking Floating Venice resort. Or lounge on one of the iconic Floating Seahorse Villas.
Featuring a main pool modelled on the exclusive Puerto Banús enclave, there is also the Marbella Hotel. Featuring the finest Arabian baths, the secluded La Cala beach, five restaurants and a wine cellar; it will be home to an authentic El Tablao stage and exhilarating calendar of events.
With its breathtaking palaces, luxury villas and glamorous chalets and hotel suites, the Heart of Europe will be considered the most desirable of Dubai’s second-home freeholds. A prestigious brand set in a tax-free market set to soon break the AED 50 billion barrier, with a currency linked to the US dollar, and unaffected by market fluctuations.
By investing in The Heart of Europe, you take ownership of a fully-furnished and serviced residence. We can manage it for you, optimizing its occupancy as you require. Equally, you can use the property at any time, invite others to use it at your pleasure, sell the asset or simply pass ownership to a member of your family.
In particular, Main Europe Island will provide a wide variety of options, including the effortlessly-stylish Côte d’Azure Hotel. The opportunity comes at an exceptional moment for Dubai. GDP grew 2.8% in 2018. The accelerating tourism industry saw average hotel occupancy rates reach 86% in 2015, and looks set to reach its target of 20 million visitors in 2020.Talk to us today