Heart of Europe project off Dubai coast unveils Swedish beach palaces which come with their own private coral reef
Kleindienst Group, developer of The Heart of Europe, a cluster of six islands on Dubai's The World, on Monday unveiled the first Sweden Beach Palace at Sweden Island.
A tour was led by Josef Kleindienst, chairman of Kleindienst Group, who showcased the ultra-luxury property as part of the project to pioneer the freehold second home market in the UAE.
The Sweden Beach Palaces will consist of nine luxurious palaces, plus one super-sized version, set on Sweden Island. Each property will have its own private section of beach and a fully-owned piece of the marine area plot, including a private coral reef.
The properties have been designed as second homes - Dubai’s first purpose-built luxury area for UAE residents to own a holiday property in their own country, instead of jetting to the Maldives, Mauritius or the Seychelles, the developer said in a statement.
Kleindienst said: “Catering to residents and visitors who are looking for a dynamic, cultural experience, our developments at The Heart of Europe will boost tourism in the UAE. It will also offer investors the opportunity to choose from a range of high quality holiday properties that will be part of a vibrant touristic destination that includes hotels, restaurants and world-class attractions.
"Our journey to date has taken us to the unveiling of the Sweden Beach Palaces, one of the most luxurious freehold second homes in the UAE. Our vision is now turning into reality as we make real progress towards completing our project.”
The first Sweden Beach Palace features seven bedrooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom. Five of the palaces will be fitted out with Bentley Home interiors, while the remaining properties will be bespoke to the individual owners.
Each property will incorporate a full gym and fitness centre plus a temperature-controlled sauna, massage and spa room.
There will also be an entire floor dedicated for guests while stretching out from the terrace will be an infinity pool, with separate plunge pool and outdoor jacuzzi.
Kleindienst said the pièce de résistance is a 570 sq m roof floor, with 360-degree views of The Heart of Europe and coast of Dubai. The roof itself has been designed to mimic the upturned hull of a Viking boat, harking back to the roots of Sweden and its heritage.For all the latest construction news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.