Located in the R neighborhood of Emirates Hills is this Pierre-Yves Rochon designed jewel. Known for his hotel projects, such as the Savoy in London, Four Seasons George V in Paris, and The Peninsula Shanghai, Rochon applied the same balance between luxury and functionality in this eight-bedroom villa. Boasting a plot area of 31,266 Sq. Ft. and a built-up area of 32,398 Sq. Ft., this villa's opulent façades and manicured gardens are testaments to great design and utmost attention to detail. It features elegant contemporary furnishing and finishing, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a separate chauffeur's quarter, and golf course views.
Walking through the front doors, and past the foyer, residents instantly rendered speechless as they find themselves standing in the atrium - it is as if being transported to another part of the world. Continuing through the atrium is the enormous living room. The ground floor further presents an oversized dining room, a breakfast room, the main kitchen, a family lounge, an office/study that is equipped with a 70 Sq. Ft. safe room, and a guest suite with its own terrace. A state-of-the-art kitchen is located directly below the main kitchen, with a separate staircase and dumbwaiter.
Take the private elevator to the second floor and there the eight en-suite bedrooms await. Each room is designed to express its own unique character through its distinctive wallpaper, carpets and patterns. The master bedroom comes with a private wing that rivals any penthouse at the Four Seasons. There are also four private terraces located on this level.
On the lower ground, residents luxuriate in pure serenity and relaxation with this villa's private spa. The spa includes an indoor swimming pool, a steam room, a sauna bath, and a massage and yoga room. Adjacent are the theatre, entertainment room, and the fully equipped service apartment.
Emirates Hills is a prestigious gated community and one of the most exclusive developments in Dubai. The community is home to the many high-profile individuals and diplomats, and looks out over the green fairways of the world-class 18-hole Montgomerie Championship Golf Course.