Europe influenced by Arabia

Bulgarian Dreams offically launched its US $136 million (AED 500 million) luxury development, Azure del Mar, in Dubai last month.

Artists impression of Azure del Mar which is located on 65 metre cliff overlooking the Black sea.
Artists impression of Azure del Mar which is located on 65 metre cliff overlooking the Black sea.

Bulgarian Dreams offically launched its US $136 million (AED 500 million) luxury development, Azure del Mar, in Dubai last month.

As part of its advanced design and service, the resort will offer fully integrated air conditioning, stone and wooden floors and hotel style security microchip entry systems.

“As a large development, Azure del Mar occupies over 100,000m2. Spread over numerous buildings and villas, managing the project successfully upon completion presents a number of challenges.

“We are aiming to offer the service level and comfort of a hotel combined with the privacy and seclusion of owning your own apartment or villa,� explained Robert Jenkins, director of Bulgarian Dreams.

Jenkins went on to say that they would achieve this by implementing coordinated site wide systems similar to those used in larger hotels to deliver this level of service.

“A good example of such a system is the access control for the development. Access to all buildings entrances, apartments and villas are controlled centrally via a microchip entry system. Guests and owners are issued with this microchip key upon arrival at the lobby.

“This system allows us to grant access to communal facilities, the building and apartment/villa they are staying in whilst restricting them from areas they do not need access to.

“If a key is lost, a new microchip key can be issued and the lost key cancelled immediately,� he added.

He went to explain that: “In most apartment and private owner developments, such systems are not implemented which causes major problems later when coordinated rental management is required.�

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