International real estate consultancy, Cluttons, has been appointed to launch the Lagoona Beach Luxury Resort & Spa Residences – a new luxury living experience, nestled on the beachfront in Bahrain, offering residents five-star facilities and access to a beach island with serene views.
The collection of 100 luxury apartments, which are available for long-lease, are the first of their kind in Bahrain. Forming part of the Lagoona Beach Luxury Resort & Spa, set to open in Q4 2015, residents will have access to exclusive privileges and round-the-clock services at the adjacent five-star hotel.
In addition to the spacious living accommodation and panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf, residents will enjoy access to the hotel’s dining destinations and leisure facilities including – gym, four swimming pools (one indoor), mixed and ladies spas, water sports activities, squash and tennis courts, plus access to a unique beach island.
Residents will also benefit from round-the-clock 24 hour security and concierge service, twice-weekly house-keeping, internet and satellite TV.
The Lagoona Beach Luxury Resort & Spa Residences are located in Janabiyah, a five minute drive from the King Fahd Causeway, with excellent connectivity to the rest of Manama. They offer a contemporary style with fully-furnished studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments all available for long lease starting from BD500 per month.
Harry Goodson-Wickes, Head of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia for Cluttons, said: “The Lagoona Beach Luxury Resort & Spa Residences offer the complete lifestyle experience that simply isn’t available anywhere else in Bahrain. The appeal of the residences is that they offer a stylish solution for tenants seeking convenience combined with year-round refined living, not found in traditional residential environments.
Beach access is extremely rare, and with their high spec design, we expect the development to be in high demand, particularly as tenants continue to hone in on high quality schemes that offer community living, which is rising in popularity, particularly amongst the expat population.”