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News & Information

Developments around the Resort

Artist Impression - PTC - Suite

We are delighted to be moving ahead and are on schedule with the extension project that will further enhance our signature property, Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa. We are pleased to announce that we are developing 4 new villas which will comprise of 74 new rooms and suites, built outside the current resort perimeter. The work on these new luxury villas has already begun and we expect to have all structural work complete by May 2012. All external finishes are due for completion by August 2012 whilst the full landscaping works and project completion is expected by the end of September, in preparation for an October opening.

The construction team will operate 7 days a week with the majority of the development work taking place between 10am and 6pm. Although the usual construction machinery will be utilised, we don’t expect this to have a noise impact on our guests, as all work will take place away from Palm Tree Court’s current villas and facilities, in a fenced off work site. With the exception of Villa 6, which will be closed during the works, no other facilities will be affected and visual disturbance will be extremely limited when at the resort. The construction site is accessed through a separate entrance and therefore there will be no direct disturbance to guests in the grounds of the resort.

PTC - Extension

Please inform guests of the ongoing works prior to their arrival; however please reiterate that there will be very limited visual and noise disturbance. As always we will continue to maintain excellent standards of service for all guests throughout their stay.

We would also like to take this opportunity to share our fantastic artist impressions of the new Premium Junior Suites that are being developed. As you will see from the attached images, the design elements and materials used will further enhance the guest experience ensuring ultimate relaxation and luxury living in a modern yet peaceful environment.

Over the coming months, we will ensure that you are frequently updated as we move forward with this exciting project and hope that you join us in embracing the future of Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa.

Marine Enrichment Activities
August 2010, Dubai - Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa was delighted to host the first in a series of marine enrichment activities organized by Trakhees-EHS (Environment, Health and Safety) in partnership with Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) and the Marine Resources Research Center – Ministry of Environment & Water, as part of the resorts ongoing environmental and green initiative program.

Local EEG associates and student members aged between 5-16 years, joined resort staff and representatives from Trakhees-EHS headed by Dr. Hamad Al Falasi & the Marine Resources Research Center to release 1000 Acanthopagrus cuvieri, more commonly known as Silvery Black Porgy fish into the sea along the resort’s 800 metre beach.

(L-R) Fredrik Reinisch (General Manager of Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa),Dr. Hamad Al Falasi (Trakhees-EHS), EEG volunteer & Khaled (EEG representative)

The fish which come from the Sparidae family and mainly feed on crustaceans and mollusks were brought by the Ministry of Environment & Water from their centre in Umm Al Quwain and were released into a natural coral snorkeling area along the beach at the Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa. Al Boom diving Centre based at the resort have also placed artificial reef modules in the sea, known as ‘Reef Balls’ to which are the safest and most effective way of creating a sustainable marine reef habitat.

Fredrik Reinisch, General Manager of Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa said ‘The preservation and enhancement of the natural environment at the resort is of paramount importance to us and we are very pleased to have participated in this project. We hope the student volunteers enjoyed the event and continue to develop their understanding and support of the environment. We look forward helping with another fish release project towards the end of the year.’

All student volunteers and staff who participated in the fish release activity
All student volunteers and staff who participated in the fish release activity

EEG Chairperson, Mrs. Habiba Al Marashi said, “We must inculcate the habit of preserving our marine life and wildlife in students from the very beginning. It is but imperative that they realize that we cannot take our marine life for granted. EEG is happy to partner with Trakhees-EHS and the Marine Resources Research Center for this enriching experience. I would also like to thank the Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa for being such gracious hosts.”

 

 
 
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