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Old May 25th, 2007, 04:36 PM   #1
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#PROJECT-Ras Al Khaimah: THE ROYAL BREEZE

#PROJECT-Ras Al Khaimah: THE ROYAL BREEZE


Along the entire 700-kilometre length of the United Arab Emirate's natural coastline, there is only one oceanfront golf resort community: the Royal Breeze in Ras Al Khaimah. This unique property is further distinguished by its incomparable combination of lifestyle features, all within a single exclusive community. At the Royal Breeze you will enjoy unspoiled private beaches, a links-style championship golf course, a private marina, a destination shopping mall and a luxury seven-star resort hotel. That's why our slogan is: NOW THIS IS LIVING.

Any one of these features would be enough to recommend the Royal Breeze as an ideal investment. All five added together ensure that the Royal Breeze is a one-of-a-kind opportunity that will deliver an incomparable quality of life and unmatched return on investment.











What differentiates this project from the myriad other real estate developments?

The Royal Breeze is the only oceanfront golf resort in the entire United Arab Emirates. It also offers a unique and incomparable combination of lifestyle features, all within a single exclusive community. That's why our slogan is: NOW THIS IS LIVING.
At the Royal Breeze, you will enjoy a private beach on the Arabian Gulf, a links-style championship golf course, private marina, onsite destination shopping mall and an onsite 7-star resort hotel. A project that included any one of these would be an uncommon and worthwhile investment; to find them all in one location is exceptional and ensures owners an unmatched quality of life and return on investment.


What other attractions are nearby?

Just a short drive away is untouched nature: the dramatic Hajjar Mountains, ideal for all manner of mountain sports; unspoiled red-hued sand dunes, and 40 kilometres of pristine beaches. The city of Ras Al Khaimah is a few minutes away, while less than an hour's drive brings you to the vibrant city of Dubai. A 40-minute car ride along a scenic coastal road takes you to the historic and beautiful Musandam peninsula in Oman, famous for its mountains, stunning fjords and island, and ideal for diving, snorkelling and dolphin watching. This combination is available nowhere else.

What is the difference between the first two phases of the Al Hamra Village Resort and the Royal Breeze?

The first two phases are built in an Arabian Heritage style, while the Royal Breeze is designed in a Mediterranean / colonial style. The Royal Breeze is the final release and the most exclusive part of the resort. All phases of the resort enjoy the same facilities.

Is there a next phase in the resort that may disturb residents?

The Royal Breeze is the third and final phase of the resort. By the time it is completed, all resort infrastructure and other facilities will already be operational.

Are there any other resorts of a similar nature?

No. Al Hamra is the only resort that combines seaside living with a golf course, marina, lagoon, first-class hotel and shopping, all in one community.

Could this project be replicated easily?

No. The coastline of the UAE is largely developed and land prices for the remaining plots are so high as to make it infeasible to build a seaside golf course, especially one with its own lagoon and marina. We at Global Estate Group have focused on this project precisely because of its unique character and our confidence that it won't be replicated.

What are the details of the marina?

The 200-berth marina is nestled in a picturesque and protected lagoon. Features include:
• Restaurant and promenade
• Petrol station, water/electricity supply
• Plentiful parking directly in front of the moorings
• Excellent wrecks, reefs and marine life for scuba diving
• Abundant waters for deep-sea fishing
• Close by, the Musandam peninsula in Oman, with its mountains, islands and fjords.


When will the marina be ready?

The marina is already operational, and the first yachts are already being berthed. The marina facilities and clubhouse will open at the end of 2007.

What are some details of the golf course?

The 18-hole, links-style championship golf course is the only seaside golf course in the UAE. Designed by Swiss master-designer Peter Harradine, the Al Hamra Golf Club offers a truly elite golfing experience. World-class features include a private clubhouse with conference facilities, top restaurants and a large entertainment terrace overlooking the lagoon. The state-of-the-art Academy Club run by PGA pros is equipped with the latest swing analysis technology, customised club fitting and a floodlit driving range with air-conditioned tees. There also is a nine-hole night golf course and a fully stocked pro shop with staff providing expert advice. The golf course is not only a course for residents but also a true championship course set to host international tournaments.

When will the golf course be ready?

The registered joint purchasers will be provided with a family visa. Smaller units up to two bedrooms can have two joint purchasers and two family visas per unit, while larger units and all villas can have up to four visas.

Are there any more golf courses in the area?

There is a second golf course in Ras Al Khaimah, located close to the mountains and opposite the Ruler's Palace. It is open to guest players.

What is the shopping mall like?

Al Hamra Mall is a 36,000m2, two-storey shopping complex that will provide a perfect blend of shopping, entertainment, dining and recreation. With over 100 stores to choose from, shoppers can purchase designer clothes, electronic appliances, furniture and even groceries. The wide variety of restaurants offers shoppers a range of unique culinary experiences - from European to Asian to South American - and will ensure that shoppers plan their shopping around their meals. Whether a quick snack on the run, a healthy salad to re-charge or a candle-lit dinner for two, the restaurant outlets at Al Hamra Mall will offer it all. Eat indoors or dine in an open-air terrace under the stars.

When will the shopping mall be ready?

The Al Hamra Mall is scheduled to open in summer 2007.

Where are all the resort's different facilities located?

All facilities, including the golf course, marina, private beach, shopping mall, restaurants and recreational facilities, are located within the gated community and are only a few minutes walk from the Royal Breeze.

What are the hotel facilities in the community?

The community includes the 7-star Al Hamra Palace Hotel and the 5-star Al Hamra Fort Hotel. Both hotels are beach facing and have a variety of restaurants, bars and cafes, and spa and conference facilities.

What is the Al Hamra Fort Hotel?

The Al Hamra Fort Hotel is a 266-room beachfront property that has successfully operated for six years and has become a favourite with European holidaymakers seeking quiet relaxation. Enjoying nearly 100% occupancy year round, the hotel is designed in a victorious Arabian Fort style, evoking the '1001 Arabian Nights Theme'. It offers a variety of speciality restaurants, a coffee shop, lounge bar, beach bars and discotheque.

What is the Al Hamra Palace?

The Al Hamra Palace represents the absolute pinnacle of luxury and exclusivity. Following the Burj Al Arab in Dubai and the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, the Al Hamra Palace will be one of only three hotels in the world that can claim 7-star status. Designed in the regal architecture of a genuine Arabian palace, it will provide unequalled lifestyle and luxury facilities, attracting glamorous international guests from across the world. Accommodations include 400 large suites, 37 luxury suites, an exclusive spa and health club, conference centre and a variety of fine-dining, bar, and café outlets.

When will the Al Hamra Palace open?

The hotel is scheduled to open in summer 2008.

There is so much going on at the resort. Will I enjoy my privacy when living or vacationing in the Royal Breeze?

The built-up area and density of buildings is very low. Also, to ensure a maximum of privacy, each unit faces an open space, whether it is the beach, the lagoon, the golf course or the landscaped park areas. Throughout the landscaped areas of the resort, there are plenty of quiet corners where undisturbed you will be able to enjoy nature and the relaxed lifestyle.

Who is living in Al Hamra Village and what opportunities are there for socialising and meeting people who enjoy the same lifestyle as I do?

:Most people living or staying here are Western holidaymakers, and expatriates from Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The expatriates enjoy the slower pace and quieter life available at Al Hamra Village in particular and Ras Al Khaimah in general. Being closer to nature also is a major draw for expatriates and holidaymakers alike. In terms of meeting people, many of the facilities offer natural meeting places for people to socialise in the context of the activities and hobbies they enjoy. These include the golf clubhouse, the marina restaurant and promenade, the beach and pools.

How close is the project to completion?

Certain parts of Al Hamra Village Phase 1 and Phase 2 have completed handover and currently are occupied. The remaining units in these two phases are expected to be delivered by the end of 2007. The Royal Breeze is the third and final phase of the resort, with construction set to commence in summer 2007. The handover of apartments and villas is scheduled for the end of 2009. It takes approximately 2 1/2 years to develop a quality estate; moving any faster would mean compromising on quality.

Can I go to the site and see the exact location of my property and its position in relation to the surrounding development?

Yes you can! The Royal Breeze is the only project in the UAE that is being built in an already developed community. Buyers at the Royal Breeze can inspect the site to see the exact location of their property and understand its position in relation to the already-developed surroundings. What's more, a site visit can be combined with a round of golf in the recently opened golf club or a stay at the five-star beach hotel, both of which will give a sense of the already existing exclusive club feel.

Can I use the existing facilities of the resort and the golf club as a purchaser of property at the Royal Breeze?

Yes you can! Both the golf club and the beach resort are offering club memberships to property owners at reasonable rates.

How can I monitor construction progress at the development?

You can visit the site and see the progress; we also will send construction updates with images to you.

more info here: http://www.royalbreeze.com/

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Old May 25th, 2007, 04:42 PM   #2
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18 hole golf course



When you stand on the 18th tee of the Middle East’s only seaside golf course, you stare straight at the sparkling Arabian Gulf – while all the way up the right is a picturesque lagoon where your yacht rocks gently in the private marina. Address your shot, feel the breeze in your face and wave to your family, watching from the balcony of your palatial home

Endless beaches



It’s not just any beach – it’s your beach. As a resident of The Royal Breeze you’ll be privileged to enjoy access to one of the last remaining private beaches in all of the Emirates. Whether it’s a morning dip, an afternoon sunbathe or a romantic sunset stroll, you just walk out your gate and there you are. You’re surrounded by miles of ivory-white sand, brushed by balmy breezes from the Arabian Gulf and tempted by its clear, warm waters.


Shopping Mall





You wouldn’t expect to find world-class shopping in one of the world’s most scenically beautiful locations. But here, the tranquil pleasures of resort life are combined with the convenience of urban living. Picture a place where you can drive your golf cart to the supermarket to pick up your favourite newspaper before you head off to the first hole. Or shop for designer jewellery at the gold souk after a dreamy day at the beach. Al Hamra Mall, just 5 minutes walk from your home, is an exclusive mega mall.


200 Berth Marina



The only time you’ll ever want to leave The Royal Breeze is from the private marina where your yacht awaits on your personal mooring. This unique marina is nestled in a protected lagoon and located just a short trip from the most spectacular maritime attractions in the Arabian Gulf.

7 star hotel



Be part of an elite community. The absolute pinnacle of luxury and exclusivity is right next door. Following the Burj Al Arab in Dubai and the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, the Al Hamra Palace is one of only three hotels in the world that can claim 7 Star status. With the regal architecture of a genuine Arabian palace, people come from all over the globe to say they’ve stayed there, or even just to go inside.
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Old May 28th, 2007, 07:05 AM   #3
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Have you seen it?

Did you see Al Hamra? The townhouses lined up, the Oceana buildings, etc..?

Besides the nice marketing material, please ask them what will happen with the beach in front of the Royal Breeze apartments!

Seriously, I have seen it several times, and each time, I feel, something is not right. Somehow the townhouses and other places do not stroke with a golf-course, they are lined-up like in a USA neighbourhood, nothing feels like, woouhh, this is a special place, this is a 5 star golf-resort with nice places to live..

May be it is me, what do you think?
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Its not that bad........but i was expecting something on a much bigger scale
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the royal breeze? like after a hearty meal?
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Old May 29th, 2007, 06:37 PM   #6
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Old May 29th, 2007, 08:54 PM   #7
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Nice, but...

DUBAIGREEN

I know what you mean. I was down there today to have a look. No doubt its quite nice, although a bit like lego loand with all the houses identical in rows. I went inside one and the finish and use of space is good but i was expecting a bit more from the landscaping and the overall feel. Its not the luxurious resort lifestyle that they are advertising. And its nowhere close to the lush green environment in their computer generated web pictures.

Having said that- we are probably going to buy a townhouse- still the best value u can get in the UAE currently. Provided the financing comes through (fingers crossed).

I looked at a few of the houses still under construction and its made up entirely of breeze block (perforated blocks of cement mix) which are very very very cheap. The developers are making a killing on this project. The houses arent made of real stone like you would expect of such a highend development. The actualy construction from framework to fixtures cant be more than 200,000 dirhams- on the higher estimate. And they are selling a townhouse for 1.4 million! I just supervised the construction of our office extension in dubai which is two floors totalling over 2000sq feet with lush interiors and bathrooms and that cost about 250,000dhs. So i know what i'm talking about.
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i doubt that it will be a 7-Star but more of a super luxury 5 star deluxe ..

a 7 star hotel like Burj al Arab is not meant to make profit in a short period of time .. and that the last thing you want

its more of a symbol.

other than that this project rocks
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So, why did you buy?

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I know what you mean. I was down there today to have a look. No doubt its quite nice, although a bit like lego loand with all the houses identical in rows. I went inside one and the finish and use of space is good but i was expecting a bit more from the landscaping and the overall feel. Its not the luxurious resort lifestyle that they are advertising. And its nowhere close to the lush green environment in their computer generated web pictures.

Having said that- we are probably going to buy a townhouse- still the best value u can get in the UAE currently. Provided the financing comes through (fingers crossed).

I looked at a few of the houses still under construction and its made up entirely of breeze block (perforated blocks of cement mix) which are very very very cheap. The developers are making a killing on this project. The houses arent made of real stone like you would expect of such a highend development. The actualy construction from framework to fixtures cant be more than 200,000 dirhams- on the higher estimate. And they are selling a townhouse for 1.4 million! I just supervised the construction of our office extension in dubai which is two floors totalling over 2000sq feet with lush interiors and bathrooms and that cost about 250,000dhs. So i know what i'm talking about.
Thanks for this view. I also went into some houses under construction, and yes, I had the same feeling of cheap material used. So, why would you buy it, only because of the price level in UAE? Even though that might be true, you should not forget your own feeling about this project. May be the markt goes up right now, but when everything gets re-valued (during some correction), the best project and locations will survive. If tourist come to UAE, they most likely come to Dubai and not RAK, at least I do not see the compelling reason right now, but who knows.....things do change fast in UAE.

Good luck with the buying
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sorry to be a bit slow on this topic, but are you saying the royal breeze apartments are cheap build quality? I am thinking of buying a studio in royal breeze development but not sure now. any ideas?
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sorry to be a bit slow on this topic, but are you saying the royal breeze apartments are cheap build quality? I am thinking of buying a studio in royal breeze development but not sure now. any ideas?
The reference was to the townhouse constructions, not the apartments. If you buy an apartment, ask the agent what will happen with the beach in front Royal Breeze
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they spend lot of money for advertising , every day 2 big pages in the Gulfnews, 7days... new launch(villas) in the Burj Al Arab again , 28-30 June.
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In Khaleej Times too! But its the same ad everyday!
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Royal breeze apts (buildings 1,2,3) nearly all sold out, availability now very low and soon will only be available resale, only the developer now selling pre-launch building 6.
Buildings 4,5 and 7 not launced yet
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wait another "7" star hotel ?
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Interesting comments about build quality. The 8-storey Marina blocks are being built with the same type of cynder blocks. I believe, however, (but not sure) that the floors and columns are built with re-inforced poured concrete. My own impression was that the construction work resembles what goes on in India--a lot of blocks being put together with a lot of slow manual labor. How durable all this will be in the long run--I don't know. But the layout, with the golf course and lagoon are very strong drawing points, as well as the Arabesque architecture, even if villas and townhouses are arranged in American suburban-style blocks. The row of houses, in my opinion, are more attractive than those in the much more expensive Springs, Emirates Hills, etc. And you can't beat the fact that in the backyard of many of these houses is a beautiful lagoon that you can actually swim in.

The seafront area is a big question. It is such a deep plot--roughly 200 meters--that it is hard to imagine being simply turned into a beach park. At present, the Marina and Royal Breeze apartments (as planned) have wide-open sea views, but there is absolutely no sign or word that the developers will turn this into a usable beach. It is almost unimaginable that this won't at some point house a new row of towers. That being said, the developer is promising a designated plot of land along the sea for use by Royal Breeze residents. So, it would seem that that is all there will be--a corner plot somewhere, with most of the present beach front being built up eventually.

Does all this mean Royal Breeze/Al Hamra is not a good development? I say no. There are nice beaches lining the large lagoon, which in fact will be more conducive to swimming and other water activity than the open sea. If the adjacent Fort Hotel and its grounds are anything to go by, once landscaping is done it will be an incredibly beautiful community--and the presence of the golf course guarantees that there will be a lot of attractive greenery. If you compare it to any of the water-side communities in Dubai--Jumeirah Islands, the Springs, Dubai Marina, JLT, etc. the big difference here is that the large lagoon at Al Hamra is not only attractive but usable. Ever seen anyone swimming or even kayaking in the Dubai Marina?

As for whether it will be popular enough, being in Dubai's shadow, I say no doubt. Dubai is becoming such a large metropolis that even without an international market--which Al Hamra already has, by the way--it will be the ideal escape for Dubai residents. If Sharjah, Ajaman can be thought of as Dubai's bedroom communities, RAK will be its principal getaway destination.
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By the way, if you visit the blogsite Al Hamra Marina, you'll get a good idea of what's happening at this development.
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7star hotel.. bha...
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I am interested in investing in this development. I wonder if there will be a problem with short term rentals like there is at JBR in Dubai!

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