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MAG project becomes biggest Rolls-Royce Ghost fleet owner

Follows a deal signed with local dealership for 12 of the super-luxury models

Gulf News

Dubai

The Dubai developer MAG is to become the biggest fleet owner of Rolls-Royce Ghost cars in the Middle East.

The fleet features 12 of the super-exclusive model and could see further additions. These will be used at the MAG Creek Wellbeing Resort in Dubai, billed as the first wellness-inspired project in the region.

“MAG Creek Wellbeing Resort is the epitome of wellness luxury, and our partnership with Rolls-Royce will complement the architecture and landscaping of this luxury waterfront resort, while also framing the Rolls-Royce motor cars in a beautiful setting,” said Talal Moafaq Al Gaddah, CEO of MAG Property Development.

“The iconic reputation of the Rolls-Royce brand perfectly complements this project, which brings the concept of wellness-inspired real estate to the UAE for the first time.”

MAG Creek Wellbeing Resort will be home to 17 waterfront mansions deigned by Italian architect Carlo Colombo and built adhering to the patented Delos WELL Building Standard. The project also features 75 luxury apartments, 172 serviced holiday homes, a wellness centre and a 95-room Wellness Hotel.

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