Location Features of Palm Jumeirah:
- Luxury villas and apartments
- Aquaventure Waterpark
- Private beach access
- Gourmet restaurants
- Atlantis The Palm
- Panoramic views
- Al Ittihad Park
- Ideal location
- Water sports
- Outdoor gym
- Beach clubs
- Play areas
Palm Jumeirah is a palm-shaped reclaimed island located off the coast of the Arabian Gulf. Often referred to as the unofficial eighth wonder of the world, Palm Jumeirah is a testament to the innovation and development made possible by the human race. The most iconic scene of the Palm Jumeirah is the Atlantis The Palm, a 5-star luxury hotel located at the apex of the man-made island. Palm Jumeirah is part of a three-stage development in Dubai that includes two other reclaimed land projects, namely Palm Jebel Ali and Deira Islands.
The shape of the island is inspired by the most commonly found tree in the country, whilst the impressive design is even visible from space. The magnificent island is made of up the Trunk, the Crescent and its 16 Fronds. The residents of the Palm Jumeirah island are mostly affluent professionals, beach house residents and high-income families. The community is a magnet for celebrities and prosperous socialites due to its exclusive world-class facilities and island panoramic views. The island is dotted with fine-dining restaurants, adventurous activities, trendy cafes and state-of-the-art amenities. Shoreline Apartments, Oceana Residences, Tiara Residences, Golden Mile and Garden Homes are some of the prominent residential communities in the area. Palm Jumeirah has developed into one of the most popular places to invest in a villa in Dubai.
The monumental Palm Jumeirah island has extended the shoreline of Dubai by 6.5 kilometres into the Arabian Gulf. Possibly the world's most extraordinary feat of engineering, the Palm Jumeirah island is located in the centre of Dubai, between Dubai Marina and the grand Burj Al Arab. It is also bordered by beloved residential communities of Dubai - Al Barsha, Jumeirah Lake Towers, the Greens and Al Sufouh 1. The residents of the island are privy to fantastic views of the blue waters of the open sea, Atlantis The Palm and the Burj Al Arab.
Residents of the Palm Jumeirah can experience all the luxurious facilities and amazing entertainment services located in the nearby neighbourhoods of Downtown Dubai and Dubai Marina via a short 20-minute drive. The Dubai International Airport is also located fairly close to the island at a 23-minute drive. Even though it’s based in the heart of Dubai, entering the island feels as though you’re leaving behind the manic city life.
One of the most popular enclosures of the Palm Jumeirah is the Golden Mile Galleria, a mall that facilitates shopping, dining and leisure activities. Destinations like Club Vista Mare and Oceana Beach Club enable residents of the Palm to spend their evenings enjoying a gourmet meal set with the background of the sun setting over the gorgeous Arabian Gulf. Additionally, almost all of these beach clubs are pet-friendly. The entire community exudes a luxury holiday feel all year round. Beach-access is available to residents of the island. The flagship luxury hotel, Atlantis The Palm, is located on the island. Based on the lost underwater city of Atlantis, the hotel provides world-class facilities such as gourmet restaurants, the fun-filled Aquaventure Waterpark, water sports, sea life experiences, a grand aquarium and opulent hotel suites. Residents of Palm Jumeirah can experience the epitome of comfort and luxury. Residents can opt not to leave their homes, instead, they can make use of the excellent laundry, grocery and food delivery services spread across the island. The exclusive residential island hosts superior homes, built with high-quality finishes and high-end facilities including fully-equipped gymnasiums, expansive swimming pools, private beach access, spas and fine-dining.
The Trunk of the island hosts most of the apartment towers, serviced apartment and low-rise buildings found on the island whilst the fronds contain most of the upscale villas with access to the beach. The price of the dwellings increases along the frond, as it is closer to the sea and thus offers more privacy and space. In terms of outdoor spaces, Palm Jumeirah is the home of the famous Al Ittihad Park. The park is a palm-lined promenade style destination with manicured grass and fun activities for children and adults alike. Al Ittihad Park is a safe place for children, with play areas located throughout. A 3.2-kilometre cycling track and a free outdoor workout space are available in the park for residents who are more athletically-inclined. The landscaped park is also the home of 60 species of plants and trees and offers a much-need sanctuary of greenery in the area. The Pointe at Palm Jumeirah is the latest waterfront addition to the island. It’s located at the tip of the island conglomerate and is across from Atlantis The Palm. The waterfront destination is the home of several dining, entertainment and retail facilities and also features a stage floating along the coast where concerts are held. The residents can get around the Palm using the Monorail, a rail specifically designed for the island. The route is almost 5 kilometres long and runs along the Trunk and Crescent of the island, beginning at the Gateway Station at Al Sufouh and making its way to the grand Atlantis The Palm hotel.