DUBAI: Dubai’s The World Islands’ Lebanon Island, known as the ‘daycation’ spot, has been put on sale for $22 million, according to Arabian Business.
The island comes with a private beach club, a restaurant with dancefloor and a swimming pool big enough for 250 people.
Included on the island are several private chalets, two beaches, VIP cabanas and a small pier for seaplanes and yachts.
Dubai-based real estate agency Allsopp & Allsopp are handling the sale, saying that the island is “a unique resort and residential investment opportunity,” and that it could be turned into “a private retreat for an individual, or perhaps an exclusive resort offering from an upmarket hotel chain,” CEO Lewis Allsopp told Arabian Business
“We are experiencing a wide range of interest from people looking to take over the running of the existing beach club, to some high-profile individuals who are considering purchasing the island and building a large residential home or palace,” he added.
The World Islands project was unveiled in 2003 by Dubai Ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, with Lebanon Island being the only island developed for commercial use.