The latest luxury development to hit the Palm, XXII (22) Carat Club Villas comprises of 22 villas located on the West Crescent of the man-made island of Palm Jumeirah. Embracing a classical design, it is designed in a style akin to the Renaissance period. The facades are classically Italian, with influence drawn from the Tuscan region. Stucco work in addition to classical columns, pergolas, arched doors and walkways are standard with these villas. The development hosts a terracotta finish and also features a lot of pastel colours, handmade ceramics and wall paintings.
The style of these villas will be perfect for those who prefer their homes to be reckoned as "unparalleled opulence". The interiors boast a Mediterranean style interior, with primarily European furniture and fittings. All these villas are serviced, with each having a 25 m swimming pool and direct access to the clubhouse and concierge facilities.
XXII Carat Club Villas feature three different types of villas - Emerald, Ruby and Sapphire.
The 8 Emerald villas offer their residents with phenomenal views of the ground, along with meticulous gardens. It also offers views of the Dubai Marina and Dubai Eye. Placed atop a terrace structure, the 8 Ruby villas allow unobstructed views thanks to the elevation. It also hosts private elevators with direct access to the basement garage. Additionally, it has a wide-open terrace that further will enhance the views of the sea. The remaining six Sapphire villas have direct private access to the beach and offer picturesque views of the Palm Jumeirah. It hosts the largest plots of all three types of XXII (22) Carat Club Villas.
The self-declared eighth wonder of the world, Palm Jumeirah, is a man-made, palm-shaped island. The palm strategically increased the length of Dubai's shoreline by 100% by covering an area of 7 million square metres, while extending 6.5-kilometres into the Arabian Gulf.