The first look of Langham Place Downtown Residences
Local developer Omniyat has finally revealed the interior design and styling of the luxury residences at Langham Place Downtown Dubai.
Part of the Langham Downtown Dubai hotel, Langham Place Residences will offer a luxury lifestyle befitting of the famous hospitality name and will be the iconic brand’s first presence in the Middle East.
Omniyat has revealed the images as part of its announcement that all apartments will come fully furnished. Buyers will have the option of taking a serviced unit that comes with 24% guaranteed return on investment, or a non-serviced unit that comes with a six-year payment plan.
The first look images of the Langham Place Residences Downtown Dubai showroom apartment reveal a soft colour palette of cremes, browns and blues. A predominant use of wood fills the flooring, walls and doors, while discreet ceiling spotlights work in unison with low-hanging feature lighting.
In the master bedroom, an abstract work of art doubles as the lengthy headboard with modern bedside lamps hovering from the ceiling. Blackout curtains and sheers are electronically operated from a wall switch. One side of the large walk-in wardrobe doubles as a make-up area, before leading into the splendid marble-walled ensuite bathroom.
Mark Phoenix, managing director at Omniyat, said: “It’s been fantastic to work so closely with the Langham’s design team in perfecting the Langham Place Residences. These high-end homes will be completely unique in the region and offer buyers the chance to invest in a legendary brand, complete with the little touch points that make the narrative of The Langham so strong.
“In the UAE and also in GCC markets such as Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, The Langham brand is recognised for its history, prestige and quality, so it really means something special to people.”
The Langham Downtown Dubai and Langham Place Residences will be situated in the heart of the Marasi development on the banks of Dubai Canal, with stunning views of the new marina on one side and Burj Khalifa on the other. It will be a 167-room hotel with 239 fully serviced five-star residences, ranging from one, two and three bedroom suites to duplex penthouses. It is expected to finish late in the third quarter of 2020.