Confirmed & Verified: Atlantis The Royal Opens On 10th February, Bookings Open

In August of last year, we announced that Atlantis Was Opening The World’s Most Ultra-Luxury Resort In Dubai. In October of 2022, we revealed the Mind Blowing First-look Of Jenga-style Dubai’s Atlantis. Now, we’re here to tell you that Atlantis The Royal will officially open to the public on 10th February, 2023 & select rooms will be open to the public for booking.

Dubai’s Atlantis The Royal Opens On 10th February

The highly-anticipated Atlantis The Royal resort is now accepting bookings for stays starting February 10th. The hotel had previously opened online reservations for stays beginning March 4th, but this date has been moved forward. Currently, the only booking option available for the weekends of February 10th and 17th is a three-bedroom sky terrace suite, priced at AED 17,417 per night when booked in advance.

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The grand reveal of the ultra-luxury resort will be on the weekend of January 20th and will be an invite-only event, with a performance by Beyonce for special guests and select media. Spanning 63 hectares and boasting 795 rooms and suites, an array of hospitality venues, and 90 swimming pools, the resort has been highly-anticipated for years.

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With its striking water features, vertical gardens, and expansive sky bridge, the design of the resort is truly unique and iconic for Dubai. Located on the outer crescent of the Palm, its silhouette has already become a defining feature of Dubai’s skyline.

atlantis the royal jenga shaped hotel dubaiThe resort will feature 17 restaurants, including the Middle East’s first Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Cantonese restaurant Hakkasan, and Ariana’s Persian Kitchen by the Iranian-American celebrity chef Ariana Bundy. This resort is an audacious undertaking and an awe-inspiring addition to Dubai’s hospitality industry.

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