UAE-headquartered upscale residential, hospitality and commercial property developer Seven Tides will be showcasing two of its Palm Jumeirah luxury projects at the Cityscape Abu Dhabi property exhibition to be held from April 21 to 23.
As preparations for Expo 2020 Dubai gather pace, Ibn Battuta Gate offices, owned by luxury property developer Seven Tides, is capitalising on its location right in the heart of New Dubai, UAE, said a report.
The Ibn Battuta Gate O
Seven Tides, a leading Dubai-based developer, has launched a deferred payment plan for a limited number of units in its Anantara Residences Palm Jumeirah project in Dubai.
The nine-month deferred payment plan targets GCC investors
Dubai-based developer Seven Tides has moved into a new upgraded and fully refurbished office space in its flagship Ibn Battuta Gate office complex in Dubai.
The move serves to consolidate its growing management
Dubai-based real estate developer Seven Tides has announced the appointment of one of UAE’s largest property realtor, Better Homes, as the exclusive sales agent for Anantara Residences Dubai, Palm Jumeirah.
Anantara, which i
Dubai-based real estate developer Seven Tides, said it has received the green light to hand over its new luxury five-star Asian-inspired resort development to management company Anantara Hotel Resorts & Spa.
Occupying a prime
Seven Tides, the Dubai real estate developer and hospitality consultancy, has reported 99 per cent occupancy at its flagship Ibn Battuta Gate apartment building which boasts of stylish 156 one- and two-bedroom apartments.
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Hotel marketers are losing sight of business fundamentals and need to go back to the basics and rethink social media messaging, said an expert at leading travel industry event in London.
“It’s all very well to jump on the social media band
Dukes London, a luxury boutique hotel owned by Dubai-based Seven Tides, has launched a special summer offer for tourists.
The hotel is offering a bespoke tour of the Spencer House, the ancestral home of Princess Diana, in its new summer pa
Regional governments in the Gulf should consider setting up an offset fund to reinvest in a variety of local tourism initiatives and projects to enhance opportunities for the national workforce, according to a leading hospitality expert.