UAE Property Advice
Sloanes Real Estate is also pleased to be able to assist with the purchase of exclusive properties throughout Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The United Arab Emirates, was founded in 1971 and is made up of a federation of seven sheikhdoms. The UAE is today a global hub for tourism and businesses from around the world.
Abu Dhabi, the largest of the 7 Emirates, is the country’s thriving capital. Although largely undiscovered Abu Dhabi consists of around 200 natural islands and together represents 85% of the nation’s total land area. With a population of 1.6 million, Abu Dhabi is the centre of government and business life in the UAE.
The emirate benefits from a variety of beautiful landscapes, from stunning white sand beaches, vast desert areas with huge sand dunes and stunning crystal blue waters dotted with mangrove fringed islands. Its diverse cosmopolitan population offers a quite unique experience. Abu Dhabi offers residents and visitors alike a modern lifestyle and yet one that manages to hold on to traditional Arabian culture and hospitality.
Abu Dhabi International Airport continues to be developed in order to cater to the growing demand from the international airlines which use this world class facility. Upon completion Abu Dhabi’s International Airport is expected to welcome in the region of AED 20 million passengers a year. Key to this success is the award winning Etihad airline, the national airline of the UAE, headquartered out of Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi city offers a plethora of facilities whether you are looking for the perfect holiday destination or business venue, Abu Dhabi has it all, from a modern convention centre, luxurious hotels, incredible spas, stunning golf courses and theatres. In the future it will also be home to some of the world’s most famous museums. The vast shopping malls and traditional souqs in Abu Dhabi make the Emirate the perfect shopping destination. The corniche is more than just a tree lined avenue bordering the stunning waters of Abu Dhabi Island, it is a meeting place, a popular haunt with people jogging and cycling and a place to enjoy the slower pace of life compared to Abu Dhabi’s fast paced neighbour Dubai.
The climate in Abu Dhabi is warm most of the year, temperatures peak in June through to August.