Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh, vice president of Vietnam, and Ali Rashid Lootah, chairman of Nakheel, have held talks to explore a long-term collaboration for real estate development.
Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah has grown to become a true icon of tourism in the Middle East. Here Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, chats with Ali Rashid Lootah, chairman of master developer Nakheel about the project, how it came about, and how it helps Dubai fulfil its ambitions as a world-beating tourism destination
Raffles Hotels & Resorts has updated plans for a property on the Palm Jumeriah in Dubai as part of its gradual expansion around the world. First unveiled in 2017, the new hotel will be the tallest building on the iconic structure when its is completed in 2021.
Sophisticated, striking and ambitious, the Palm Tower is a 52-storey five-star hotel and residential development in the heart of Palm Jumeirah. Featuring award-winning architectural design, the tower will be one of Dubai’s most prestigious addresses, comprising 432 spacious, elegant apartments and a new five-star hotel, St. Regis Dubai – The Palm.
The Pointe at Palm Jumeirah, the new waterfront dining and leisure destination from master developer Nakheel, is on the menu at the Arabian Travel Market. The event will take place in Dubai until Wednesday, May 1st.
Twenty students from Cass in London and Dubai visited Nakheel’s headquarters to discover how the developer’s past, present and future projects play a continual key role in realising the emirate’s vision.
Nakheel - the master developer behind the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai - has announced a net profit of AED4.38 billion for 2018.
Dubai-based seafood fans have welcomed the opening of a new restaurant, Hook & Cook, which has just opened on the Pointe on Palm Jumeirah.
Nakheel – Dubai-based master developer behind attractions such as the Palm Jumeirah – recently announced a net profit of AED3.86 billion for the first nine months of 2018.
Master developer Nakheel has signed a contract worth AED66 million for a spectacular, choreographed fountain at the Pointe, its new, AED800 million waterfront dining and entertainment destination on Dubai’s world-famous Palm Jumeirah.