The Dubai Hills Estate is the first phase of Mohammed Bin Rashid City, a mixed-use development built around an 18-hole championship golf course. Landscaped parks and gardens are connected by leafy paths and nature trails in this city-within-a-city concept. There is a distinct character to each community. Apartments are available at Park Point, while villas are available at Sidra. A gated community, Dubai Hills offers luxurious villas in a variety of architectural styles. The benefits of living in Dubai Hills Estate include space, a wealth of greenery, and a low cost of living (not literally, this stuff is best left to professionals). Built to meet sustainable living standards, the project features recreational facilities, play areas for kids, shops, cafes, and restaurants. Hotel and hospital facilities will be included in the development.
Shopping, eating, and drinking
The development’s promenades and boulevards are lined with fashion boutiques and retail outlets, as well as high-end malls and shopping centers containing everything from opticians to supermarkets. In addition to offering indoor and al fresco dining options, a variety of world cuisines are served in cafés, coffee shops, and restaurants. In addition to fine dining, Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club offers less formal eateries, such as Splash Pool Bar.
Located near Dubai – Al Ain Road (E66) and Al Khail Street (E44) in Mohammed Bin Rashid City, Dubai Hills Estate is part of the vast Mohammed Bin Rashid City development. Residents have easy access to Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Sharjah, and the Northern Emirates due to its proximity to these major arteries. There are many areas of the city within a short drive of the hotel, including the Al Quoz Industrial Area, Al Barsha, and Downtown Arabian Ranches. Cars can quickly take travelers to Dubai International Airport or Al Maktoum International Airport.
A day on the town
Dubai Hills Estate has a lot to offer. Featuring 45 km of nature trails, cycling tracks, and walkways, it’s a haven for joggers, walkers, and cyclists. For those who wish to relax, there are health clubs, spas, and salons, and for those who wish to be active, there are tennis courts, a soccer pitch, and swimming pools. There is a driving range and a championship golf course at the center of the development. Golf academy might be an option for those who think irons are for smoothing clothes rather than hitting balls.
From primary to secondary
For foundation, primary, and secondary students, GEMS Wellington Academy follows the British National Curriculum near Al Khail Street. Students from age 4 to 17 can study the IB curriculum at nearby GEMS International School, and students from KG1 to Grade 9 can learn the CBSE curriculum at GEMS New Millennium School. The new Kings School is nearby, as well as Dubai American Academy and JSS International School.