DAMAC launches Celestia Project

March 11, 2014 9:14 am

DAMAC properties has unveiled its latest luxury hotel apartment project, strategically located next to the World Expo 2020 site and Al Maktoum International Airport.

The company’s reputation is based on being the largest residential, leisure and commercial developers in Dubai and the Middle East. Celestia, its latest luxury serviced hotel apartments project, consists of a ground plus seven-floor complex, comprising studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments.

“Celestia will be the shining light at the heart of the world’s first ‘aerotropolis’ – a thriving and vibrant new community in Dubai,” said Niall McLoughlin, Senior Vice President, DAMAC Properties. “Not only is Celestia set in the perfect location to serve Expo 2020 and Al Maktoum International Airport, it will also deliver residents high quality, five-star hotel standard services from DAMAC’s Hospitality Division.”

Built with a modern architectural design, Celestia guarantees a luxurious and comfortable environment for its residents. The serviced apartments project also comes with a state-of-the-art gymnasium and health and fitness club, as well as a swimming pool and lavish spa.

Residents can also enjoy shopping at designer boutiques located in Celestia’s own retail area, and satisfy their taste buds at fine restaurants.

DAMAC’s latest luxury project will also come with additional service offerings, including in-room hair & nail treatments, fully fitted kitchens throughout, 24-hour room service and a dedicated team to arrange all overseas travel arrangements on your behalf.

The project is strategically placed in the centre of DWC Residential City and close to the world’s largest airport, Al Maktoum International.

Prices start at AED621,000 and are available for immediate investment. The project will be completed by 2016, four years before the World Expo 2020 exhibition.

Since its establishment in 2002, DAMAC Properties has completed 9,318 units with 25,362 units at various stages of progress and planning across the Middle East region, as of December 31, 2013.