Eagle Hills to develop $1.5bn golf resort in Baghdad
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Eagle Hills to develop $1.5bn golf resort in Baghdad

Eagle Hills has announced that it had acquired prime land in the Iraqi capital Baghdad and will develop a golf resort at a total investment of US $1.5bn. The ‘Baghdad Golf Course and Spa’ will feature a world-class golf course, high-end residential neighbourhoods, a five-star hotel, and an exclusive resort club, said the Abu Dhabi based developer.

It is set to become a prominent feature in the city’s landscape, effortlessly combining contemporary luxury with the area’s deep-rooted cultural legacy. The development aims to create a unique lifestyle experience for both residents and visitors, offering a perfect blend of leisure, relaxation, and high-quality living.

The announcement comes following a meeting between Iraq Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Al Sudani and Eagle Hills Chairman Mohamed Alabbar.

“Baghdad is a city with a rich history and vibrant culture. Our aim with the Baghdad Golf Course and Spa is to honour this heritage, while also providing a modern, luxurious experience for its residents and visitors. This project praises Baghdad’s enduring spirit and celebrates its bright future,” said Alabbar.

The golf course will be designed to international standards, catering to both amateur and professional players.

The residential neighbourhoods will have meticulously designed homes, creating a tranquil and luxurious living environment. The hotel and resort club will provide top-tier amenities such as fine dining, spa services, and recreational facilities, ensuring a comprehensive and unforgettable experience for all, the developer noted.

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