Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas has announced its newest property in the Middle East, the Anantara World Islands Dubai Resort, expected to open in Q4 of 2021. The new island resort will be Anantara’s seventh property in the UAE and will take the brands portfolio to nine hotels and resorts in the region, including six in the UAE.
The resort is in the final stages of development in the World Islands archipelago, located in the Arabian Gulf, approximately 4kms off the coast of Dubai. The new resort is the first hotel in the South American continent of the World Islands development.The island will be completely dedicated to the resort, with guests able to access by boat in just 15 minutes from the jetty at Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort.
Dillip Rajakarier, CEO Minor Hotels, parent company of Anantara, said: “Anantara World Islands Dubai Resort will be the first hotel to open on this archipelago, offering guests a memorable escape just off the coast of Dubai. Guests will be able to experience the wonder of Dubai and the ambiance of an island sanctuary, in this new resort.”
The new property will feature 70 keys comprised of suites, beach and pool villas. Villas will have a private pool, an outdoor dining area and direct access to the beach. In-room spa treatments, a gym and a kid’s club will also be part of the resort’s amenities.
Dining options will include a Mediterranean al fresco restaurant and Arabic-Indian specialty dining. In addition, freshly caught seafood will be prepared by the in-house team of chefs.
Anantara World Islands Dubai Resort is owned by real estate and hospitality developer Seven Tides Limited and holding company with a portfolio of properties, including Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort.
Anantara currently operates more than 40 hotels across Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe and the Indian Ocean, with a pipeline of new developments including in the Middle East region, Europe and Asia.