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Look: Atlantis The Royal, an ultra-luxury resort in Dubai

Atlantis The Royal features a collection of 795 rooms, suites and penthouses.

by Staff Reporter
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Atlantis The Royal, the ultra-luxury resort, is a unique addition to Dubai’s spectacular skyline as well as the emirate’s hospitality attractions.

Surging 43 storeys high and spanning 406,000 square metres, the new iconic resort supports the recently-launched Dubai Economic Agenda D33’s goal to consolidate Dubai’s position as one of the world’s top three global cities for tourism and business.

The Royal Atlantis hotel is a 500-metre-long, 178-metre-tall mega structure shaped eye-catchingly like Tetris blocks.

The resort consists of six towers connected by a 90 x 33 metre sky bridge, which together with dramatically illuminated openings between each of its blocks creates a stunning pattern on the night skyline. The Atlantis hotel also features a unique sky garden concept.

Atlantis The Royal hotel location

Atlantis The Royal reinforces Dubai’s position as the pre-eminent destination of choice for international travellers, which was validated by the city’s recent selection as the best global destination in the Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2023.

The hotel is located on the outer crescent of Palm Jumeirah in Dubai.

Its prime location allows the building to have two types of waterfront views – the Arabian Gulf on one side and the sheltered lagoon of the Palm Jumeirah Island and the Dubai skyline on the other.

Restaurants at Atlantis hotel

Atlantis The Royal features a collection of 795 rooms, suites and penthouses. The resort delivers a curated array of awe-inspiring experiences, inviting guests to swim amongst the clouds in sky pools, be dazzled by fountains that breathe fire and dine at celebrity chef restaurants.

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, also visited Atlantis The Royal.

“We have ambitious growth targets for the tourism sector over the next 10 years. The UAE and Dubai seek to build on their deep partnerships with the private sector to strengthen the UAE’s status as the world’s most popular destination for international tourists.”

tanvir@dubainewsweek.com

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