The Heart of Europe – An innovative project in Dubai

The blessing of His Highness “The Heart of Europe” is a much-anticipated project in Dubai. It was announced by Sheikh Mohammed ibn Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President & Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai in 2003. The project, which hopes to bring the finest of Europe to the city, will include modern houses and a variety of services. Let’s find out more about this change in Dubai.

About Dubai, the Heart of Europe:

The Heart for Europe will consist of six islets in World Islands, Dubai, and is expected to be finished in 2023. The project will serve owners as well as travelers wishing to broaden their vacation horizons in the area with its 4,000 vacation homes and 15 unique hotels.

Homeowners and vacationers will have a choice of mansions, floating villas, and hotel suites with 1 to 7 bedrooms.

The project will be focused on sustainability. Solar cells, 100,000 coral reefs, and a variety of plants and trees will all be included in the property.

Let’s learn more about the Heartbeat of Europe project right away.

Amenities in the Heart of Europe, a List:

The Heart of Europe initiative will offer a wide range of amenities to make “everyday feel(s) like a holiday.” Here are a few examples.

Primary Features:

  • Prestigious coastal homes with Bentley home furnishings
  • A water taxi for transportation
  • Boutiques
  • Movable piers
  • Exotic landscapes
  • Atmosphere without cars

Hottest Features:

  • Artificially pouring streets that can “rain on demand” to keep the temperature at 27 degrees
  • The Snow Plaza outside

Leisure and Laidback Facilities:

  • Watering holes
  • Lagoons with 514 different species of marine life and 100,000 corals
  • 4 kilometers of white beaches
  • Beach bars

Projects in the Heart of Europe

Hotel CTE D’ AZUR:

The eagerly anticipated Cote D’Azur Resort project of Houses of Europe was inspired by the French Riviera. The new resort will offer studios and one-bedroom rooms with sizes ranging from 485 square feet to 1,700 square feet.

Owners will also have access to floating casitas, climate-controlled rainy roadways, and much more. The resort’s other essential features include:

  • French eateries
  • A beach bar
  • Facilities including a spa & fitness
  • A place where you can moor your boat

The Floating Lido:

A five-star “underwater vessel resort” with Venetian-inspired decor will be called The Floating Lido when it opens in Dubai. When fully constructed, the Italian hotel will include 180 suites with sizes ranging from 228 square feet to 1,436 square feet with breathtaking views of the Dubai skyline. The resort will extol:

  • There are 24 pools
  • A spa and a gym underwater
  • Restaurants
  • Yacht club on the water
  • Ten floatable beaches


The Italian-themed, five-star Portofino hotel would be the first of its kind in the UAE. Dolce Vita, Felicita, & Bellissima are the names of the resort’s three wings, which are meant to convey the splendor of the magnificent country.

There will be 463 rooms with balconies in the opulent hotel, with sizes ranging from 800 square feet to 2,773 square feet. The family suites will include a child’s bedroom, a playroom with toys, and a spacious storage area. Furthermore, Portofino will include:

  • 514 aquariums in the lobby
  • A youth organization: Kingdom of Portofino
  • La Donna is a spa and lounge for women.
  • 5 swimming pools, one of which is Olympic-sized

The Sea Horse That Floats:

The Floating Sea Horse will consist of 131 floating villas outfitted with cutting-edge technology, spread over three stories, including an underwater level. Through floating piers, the 4,004-square-foot development will be linked to the islands. The program will provide:

  • A 24-hour front desk and room service
  • A hot tub
  • A spacious lounge on the upper floor
  • A space for dining outside
  • Access to marine life and coral gardens
  • A title deed in DLD
  • 100+ years of guarantee

Sweden Beach Palace:

Ten opulent waterfront villas, complete with exotic gardens and private beaches, will make up the Sweden Beach Palace project. The 21,689 square-foot palaces, which span six levels, will be inspired by Swedish and Maldivian castle architecture.

These large homes will include seven bedrooms, and eight bathrooms, with furnishings from Bentley in every room. Additionally, the proprietors of the palace(s) will have access to

  • A fitness studio
  • The sauna
  • A massage studio
  • A snowy area
  • A gathering space for 300 people
  • A jacuzzi as well as an infinity pool

Germany Villas:

The “Germany Villas” project will include modern villas designed in the Bauhaus style, complete with solar panels, maid’s quarters, balconies, suspended staircases, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

The homes will range in size from 8,658 square feet to 9,182 square feet and feature 4 to 5 bedrooms. The project will also have the following crucial aspects:

  • Balconies and two floors
  • Swimming pool and infinity spa
  • Kiddie pool
  • A terrace
  • Exclusive beach access
  • Gardens in exotic jungles
  • Solar cells

Switzerland Island:

Switzerland Island is going to be a wonderful development for those who enjoy the outdoors because it is surrounded by a beautiful setting. The development will have beautiful gardens teeming with more than 60 different types of palm palms and exotic flora.

There will be 4 to 5-bedroom options available in villas. Switzerland Island’s main features will be:

  • Pools
  • Terrace gardens
  • A sizable outdoor deck
  • Solar cells

The Developer’s Bio: KLEINDIENST

The Kleindienst Group, one of the top European real estate firms in Dubai, began their trip over thirty years ago in Hungary and Austria. They have a wide range of clientele in the building, real estate development, real estate brokerage, and hospitality industries. The Venice Hotel & Empress Elizabeth Hotel are two of their current projects.

They hope to infuse the paradigm of the UAE real estate sector with a European flair with their next endeavor.


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