Dubai Creek Harbour has revealed about Creek Marina, a city-harbour getaway in the heart of Creek Island Dubai, the residential and leisure district of the six sq km mega-development. A statement mentioned that the waterfront destination will be sweeping landscaped parkland, home to residences, gourmet cafes, restaurants and entertainment venues. It even mentioned that Creek Marina is scheduled to open in December, as preparations are in progress to welcome the first residents in Dubai Creek Harbour in early 2019.
Creek Marina will also be home to the Vida Harbour Point, a 286-room upscale lifestyle hotel similar to harbour hotels in cities like Shanghai and Singapore, and is planned to open in 2019. With its oyster design, a throwback to the city’s rich pearling history,
The capacity of Creek Marina will be around 81 single- and double-berths and will constitute a dedicated world-class yacht club with an array of shopping and dining outlets.
Facilities like upgraded power outlets, fuelling services and pedestal units will confirm smooth sailing for all throughout the year, the statement stated. Creek Marina will also provide a selection of high-end dining, retail and leisure venues with a promenade promoting trendy restaurants, cafes, street-food vendors and fashion outlets.
An interactive fountain and world-class art installations and also around 1,500 parking spaces will also be incorporated.
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