Andaz branded designer residences debuts in the UAE

Amenities include the Ora spa, a fitness centre, a kids club and a private beachfront

The property features 25 studios, 66 one-bedroom and 26 two-bedroom apartments that range from 46 to 145 sqm
The property features 25 studios, 66 one-bedroom and 26 two-bedroom apartments that range from 46 to 145 sqm

Dubai’s first Andaz branded designer residences, Andaz Dubai The Palm has launched in the UAE.

Andaz Dubai The Palm features 25 studios, 65 one-bedroom and 26 two-bedroom apartments that range from 46 to 145 sqm.

Centered on contemporary Arabic arts and crafts, highlights include hidden doors behind moving glass panels, marble breakfast bars flanked by metal sculptures and swirling geometric rugs inspired by Sadu – a Bedouin embroidery technique.

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One and two-bedroom residence bathrooms come with walk-in wardrobes, guest toilets, marble bath tubs and jet black double sinks, with rain shower rooms, plush robes and eco-friendly bath toiletries.

Fully equipped kitchen units including coffeemaker, induction cooker, dishwasher and washing machine are designed with walnut cabinets offset by teal blue punched leather benches, copper taps and dark pewter tiles.

All two-bedroom residences boast terraces with views of the Arabian Gulf and the city’s landmarks.

The property houses five dining venues – Hanami, a Japanese eatery, Izakaya, featuring a terrace serving baked pastries, The Locale, a coffee bar, Knox bar and finally, The Andaz Lounge featuring a library of books and stocked bar.

Other amenities include Ora spa, a cabana pool area, a fitness centre and yoga terrace, a private beachfront, an infinity pool and a Kids Club.

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