Nakheel Renames Deira Islands To Dubai Islands

by Ishita Agarwal
Nakheel Renames Deira Islands To Dubai Islands

For the Dubai Islands, previously known as the Deira Islands, Nakheel Developers has announced a proposal. The project will contribute to Nakheel’s portfolio of residential, retail, hotel, and recreational complexes. Moreover, providing another destination inside a destination is a crucial component of the Future Vision Of The Emirate. Read on to know more.

UAE Is A Global Destination 

The Dubai Islands are essential to the emirate’s future vision, emphasising improving health and happiness. Moreover, the welfare of inhabitants and tourists while offering the best possible urban infrastructure and services.

The islands will include two square kilometres of parks and 20 kilometres of beaches. These characteristics are part of the emirate’s 2040 Urban Master Plan to promote vibrant and healthy communities.

More than 20 km of beaches, including a Blue Flag beach, and 2 km of parks and open areas. Moreover, upscale golf courses with views of the Arabian Gulf and Dubai Islands will extend the number of kilometres of beaches and the size of the areas designated for public parks.

Over 80 resorts and hotels are planned for Nakheel’s 17 square kilometre project. These include family-friendly, eco-friendly, boutique hotels and luxury and wellness resorts, supporting Dubai’s goal to grow the number of hotel keys and bolster the tourist and hospitality industries. 


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Positioning Of The Dubai Islands Formerly Known As The Deira Islands 

Nakheel, the company responsible for the Palm Jumeirah, developed the pipeline of hotels on Deira Island. However, it mainly included more budget-friendly names. However, since they were among the first to open, hotels like the Riu Dubai and Centara Mirage Beach Resort primarily cater to families.

A Holiday Inn, a Park Regis by Prince, and a Premier Inn are three further hotels in the works, all four-star hotels. In addition, new plans call for moving into the luxury, health, and boutique sectors to broaden the island’s offerings. 

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