IFA Hotels & Resorts, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kuwait’s International Financial Advisors (IFA), has launched its latest branded freehold resort, Alabadiyah Hills, in Dhour Abadiyah, Lebanon, situated between Bhamdoun and Aley, overlooking Beirut and the Mediterranean. Alabadiyah Hills, to be managed by Kempinski, will consist of 12 private villas, 33 townhouses and 220 luxury apartments, as well as a spa and other facilities.
Alabadiyah Hills will have two distinctive design styles creating the Village Residence and the Tower Residence. Most of the villas and townhouses will have their own private gardens and swimming pools with spacious layouts serving the needs of the highest individual requirements. The Tower Residence is designed around an inner courtyard on the pinnacle of the resort and the Village Residence is nestled around the gardens and water features.
The resort will offer state-of-the-art facilities including a members-only health club, gymnasium, swimming pool, tennis court and other facilities. One of the features of the resort will be its world-renowned spa and beauty clinic where visitors can experience the latest treatments in one of the most picturesque settings in the world.
The exclusive townhouses will start from $750,000 and residences from $280,000 for the one bedroom unit to over $500,000 for the deluxe five bedroom unit and villas are priced on their specific layout and location. “In addition to all the services and facilities, the branded residence comes with a unique rental administration system managed by Kempinski, where investors can rent out their properties on short and long term,” explained Werner Burger, vice-president, sales and marketing IFA Hotels & Resorts.
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