Renowned lifestyle destination Cove Beach has revealed the location of its second UAE venue as Makers District at Abu Dhabi’s Al Reem Island.
Scheduled to welcome guests soon, the venue sits directly on the beachfront along the coastline of Makers District on Reem Island and opposite the Saadiyat Island Cultural District.
It will comprise a 100-seat al fresco restaurant and lounge, as well as capacity for 1,000 guests by the beach and pools on sun loungers, day beds, and cabanas.
Cove Beach Abu Dhabi will include more than 300 metres of beach front, a sea pool set within the ocean, and the only swimmable beach on Al Reem Island. Guests will also be able to enjoy water sports such as kite surfing.
A partnership between Cove Beach and IMKAN Properties, Cove Beach Abu Dhabi is managed by LIVIT Hospitality Management, with the venture set to create 100 new jobs for the capital’s hospitality sector, signifying a prominent turning point for the industry.
Commenting on the launch, Adel Ghazzawi, co-founder of Cove Beach and operating company LIVIT Hospitality Management, said: “This is an important milestone, not only for the Cove Beach brand, but also for the hospitality sector in the region. The opening of the UAE’s second Cove Beach venue reflects the appetite for great food, entertainment, and premium lifestyle venues – a positive marker for the post-COVID-19 era.
“Not only does this further the success story of Cove Beach, it also highlights the resilience of the industry, and we’re proud to be able to welcome 100 additional hospitality industry workers into the Cove Beach family.”
Richard Larmer, the head of development at IMKAN Properties, added: “Makers District is designed to be the ideal home for a community that fosters creativity, entrepreneurship, innovation, and a strong sense of individualism. Our partnership with Cove Beach was the natural choice to offer our residents and visitors a premium lifestyle experience set against the backdrop of our extraordinary architecture and a truly soulful destination.”
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