Damac opens first Naia-branded property in Dubai

342-key Naia Breeze opens doors in Downtown Dubai neighbourhood

Naia Breeze.
Naia Breeze.

Damac Properties has opened its first Naia-branded hotel apartments project in Dubai.

Naia Breeze comprises 342-keys and is located within the Burj Downtown area.

Damac has also announced two more Naia properties, including the Naia Tenora, a 270-key property, which will serve the upcoming hub around Al Maktoum Internation Airport and the site of the Expo 2020.

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Damac senior vice president Niall McLoughlin said: “The Dubai World Central district is set to be one of the most impressive construction projects in the world over the next five years and the news that the Metro line will now run right outside the project significantly improves the connectivity to the area.

NAIA Tenora offers a luxury lifestyle experience on the doorstep of the world’s biggest airport hub and moments from the new World Expo 2020 exhibition site. Combining luxury and location, we believe NAIA Tenora is the ideal investment property with strong potential for impressive rental returns to provide ideal accommodation for those working on the project.”

The second project – Naia Celestia – will open in 2017 in Dubai World Central and offer studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments.

The property will feature a health and fitness club, a swimming pool, and spa. It will also have its own retail area with designer boutiques, a retail avenue, and restaurants.

McLoughlin said: “NAIA Celestia is the jewel in the crown development in the area. Luxury five-star standard services and furnishings will create a luxurious atmosphere within a key location of new Dubai.”

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