Al Bateen Residences
About the project and area
Luxury living awaits at Al Bateen Residences in JBR, Dubai. This world-class development presents contemporary 1, 2, 3 & 4-bedroom beachfront apartments in a twin-tower high-rise residential complex. The 50-storey building boasts of dedicated penthouse units located on levels 47 to 50 and a 24-storey hotel managed by DoubleTree – Hilton Dubai.
Residents benefit from the prime location of the development, with easy connection to essential hubs such as the leisure beach areas, waterfront community, cafes and restaurants, and more. Al Bateen Residences also feature separate entrances and lobbies for the residential tower and the hotel tower, as well as recreational facilities, amenities and car parking.
The beautiful waterfront apartments at Al Bateen Residences come with breathtaking views, spacious layouts and an exclusive lifestyle. Enjoy the state of the art swimming pool, children's play area and a fully-equipped fitness centre. Key highlights include round the clock security, high-rise residential and hotel development, and being located on the retail belt of JBR Walk.
Take in majestic views of the Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Eye, with direct access to the beach. Live a life of luxury at Al Bateen Residences.
User reviews about Al Bateen Residences
Ossama Bizzari (2 years ago)
This review is based on a 15-month tenancy period in a middle-floor 1-bedroom flat facing The Beach by Meraas. Where to begin? The cooling in most flats is insufficient, which is odd given the building's beach-facing location. There is always one AC less than the total number of rooms, so if you reside in a 1-bed as I did, there is an AC for the bedroom but not one for the living room. The air passes through a duct to the living room, but by the time it gets there, the flow is weak and the cooling is insufficient especially in the peak months of summer. The build quality is reasonable, although what this means varies from unit to unit. Some of the 2-bedroom units facing the ocean get flooded during the rainy season due to eventual cracks in the ceilings, so these are best avoided. The quality of the finishes is bordering on the awful. The standard tiles in the flats (and so not the ones replaced by individual landlords with parquet or marble) apart from looking cheap and unsightly, are permeable and so are great at attracting grime, filth and stains. Most stains cannot be removed and I have tried everything from steaming to the circular mechanical scrubbers to all types of chemicals. Faded remains of stains will always be there no matter what you do. Also, use of the space in the flat is not judicious - toilet fittings are mostly small - the wash basins are extremely shallow, the bathtub is way too narrow and shallow, and the bidet is ridiculously small, yet the toilets are disproportionately spacious. In many flats, there is a trench encircling the bathtub - this trench rests between the tub and the wall so you end up with quite a bit of water on the floor by the time you are finished showering (this shall go down a treat with visiting guests!). The flat entrance takes way too much space which is sadly mostly dead. The main entrance door is too light and thin; it is also not firmly in place, so when you have strong drafts during winter, it will produce an irritating constant shudder. The door to the balcony is not properly sealed and so the intense winds (assuming you are facing the beach) produce an incessant, shrill whistling sound during winter. I moved to this building to use the 30+ metre swimming-pool, but the temperature control is inadequate due to various technical reasons, and so the pool can be disgustingly hot during summer (sometimes reaching 38C) and can also be freezing cold during winter (sometimes reaching 21C). For reference, ideal swimming pool temperatures are between 28C and 30C. The gym is both poorly equipped and poorly maintained and so I only ever used it once. You get a great view of the beach and the Dubai Eye (if you are lucky to be facing that direction - otherwise it's concrete and glass) but that's about all this building has to offer. The building entrance does not have a pedestrian path, so you must risk life and limb dodging cars in order to get to the main entrance (which also happens to be the entrance for the Double Tree by Hilton). Oh, and let's not forget the so-called "beach" access - a mediocre strip of sand adjacent to an overly briny strip of water, and because the dictionary definition of such a geographical entity with such topography is "beach", there is no disputing the use of this ultimately, in my humble opinion, misleading noun. If you must have beach access, then rent here (while bearing in mind that the high rents are not commensurate with the quality on offer), but whatever you do, do not buy here. And if you must buy in this location, then either go for the upcoming Address Residences Jumeirah Resort + Spa next door, or the yet to come La Vie, or the very pricy and now available 1/JBR. So, to sum up in my case - a room with a view and not much else.
Timothious Pope (10 months ago)
Amazing residential building with wonderful sea view, an ideal building right in the well famous area of Dubai. JBR is renowned for the luxurious experience and this building is up to the mark. The management of the building, security, facilities, amenities, everything is super nice of this building.
turki aseri (a year ago)
Worst ever when talking about customer service. I rented here and didn't get access card for three days of my stay. Denied pool and beach access because i don't have access cards. Also, because of this every time i try to get to my apartment that i paid for, im treated as homeless or intruder by paranoid security. General advice: not for you as respected and paying customer. Stay away of qstay.
Rahil Qureshi (a year ago)
Janet Delaney (5 years ago)
residences apt are great value for money
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Can I visit the construction site to see the progress?
For safety reasons, public access to the construction site is restricted. However, we regularly share updates, photos, and videos of the construction progress on our website and social media platforms.
Can I customize the interior of my unit during the construction phase?
Depending on the stage of construction, there may be opportunities for customization or selecting finishes and materials. Please contact our sales team for more information on customization options.
Can I receive updates on the availability and pricing of units in the building?
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Will there be any outdoor spaces or landscaped areas around the building?
Yes, the Al Bateen Residences building will have outdoor spaces or landscaped areas incorporated into its design. These areas will provide green spaces, seating areas, and potentially features like gardens or walking paths for the enjoyment of occupants and visitors.
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