An artificial island development in Dubai has been put on the market for a cool Dhs 80 million (around £15 million).
Lebanon, part of the World Islands development, includes a private beach club, restaurant, events space, swimming pool and licensed bar.
The island has served as a beach club and day-cation spot for Dubai dwellers and tourists since opening for business in 2014, as well as being used as a popular events space.
The property, which has undergone several renovations since 2014, is currently on the market with real estate firm Allsopp & Allsopp. The restaurant now boasts panoramic views of the Dubai skyline, beach club and across to the other untouched World Islands.
In addition, the island is home to a cluster of private chalets - all fitted with individual bathrooms and air conditioning units – which would be perfect for entertaining visitors.
Lebanon, the first of the World Islands to be completed, remains the only island that guests can currently visit. Another six islands, grouped together as The Heart of Europe, are currently under construction. Once completed and fully open in 2020, they will feature 14 hotels between them.