The Alef Residences

Palm Jumeirah, Dubai

From Dh15 million

A new level of luxury is available on Palm Jumeirah, with The Alef Residences offering spacious penthouse-style homes, unrivalled views of the glittering Arabian Gulf, state-of-the-art appliances and exclusive on-site facilities. With only 104 homes spread across eight mansions, The Alef Residences is a select, sought-after community. Each unit offers a unique floorplan, ranging from 4,800 to 15,000 square feet, to cater to the individual needs of its discerning residents.

Designed with the luxurious feel of a Hollywood mansion, each home features two kitchens, a media room, a walk-in dressing room off the master suite, and scenic terraces with panoramic views of the ocean and/or Dubai skyline, plus dedicated concierge staff at every mansion.

The Garden Residences, available with three, four or five bedrooms, is surrounded by up to 8,500 square feet of landscaped terraces complete with an outdoor kitchen and a private pool. The Panorama Residences, with between two and five bedrooms, are exceptionally spacious with mesmerizing views. Available as shell and core units up to 15,000 square feet, the Signature Penthouses offer clients the ability to create a dream home, with double-height ceilings and windows, available in duplex or simplex layouts. While all units come unfurnished, the show homes designed by XBD Collective, seen here, present the beautiful sense of living on offer here.

Serviced by the W Dubai - The Palm, residents have unrestricted access to the hotel’s first-class leisure and dining facilities. In addition, CLUB 104 hosts a number of exclusive resident-only experiences, with a gym, tennis courts and a yoga studio, various dining venues, a spa, an infinity pool, and a beautiful stretch of private beach, providing a wonderful lifestyle on the doorstep.

Read more from InsideOut:

Homestead, The Yard: A cosy, upcycled ambience coupled with tasty Middle Eastern eats 

Discover the Hamptons-style chic of this Emirati-owned home in Abu Dhabi 

The seven key autumn trends to work into your interiors this season