After a Grand Reveal Party that was impossible to miss at the end of January, Atlantis The Royal is now available to the general public. All 231 luxury apartments, 693 hotel rooms, and 102 suites of the 43-story resort offer views of the Arabian Sea and Palm Island.
Prices range from AED3,320 per night for a standard room to AED19,260 per night for a Sky Pool Villa.
All hotel rooms include a pillow menu, upscale Hermès and Graff amenities, and complimentary admission to Aquaventure waterpark.
All guests staying in suites or signature penthouses have access to an elite butler service that includes unpacking luggage, pillow picking, clothing pressing, a private orientation of the resort, and the organisation of unique excursions. The pillow menu comprises of seven options, including cool down, memory foam for the head, memory foam for the feet, buckwheat, pregnancy, and body pillows.
All rooms are connected, allowing guests to control their room’s temperature, lighting, television, and other amenities via their mobile devices.
The resort also features 90 swimming pools, including a rooftop infinity pool suspended 90 metres above the earth on the 22nd floor.
Timothy Kelly, executive vice president and managing director of Atlantis Dubai, stated, “Our moment is finally here to reveal Atlantis The Royal as the world’s most ultra-luxury entertainment resort. Openings of resorts like this one only come around once or twice in a decade, and we can’t wait to share it with the world. This is a resort like no other and the building itself will become an instantly recognisable icon of the Dubai skyline.”
In a recent video interview, Hanan Eissa, vice president of marketing and public relations at Atlantis Dubai, said, “How do you tell the whole world that this place has: Nightlife, entertainment, food, fun, magic, spas, pools, experiences, views? How do you put that in one place, with one tagline?,” she asks, adding, “I think the Atlantis brand is something that is sort of legendary. In itself, it’s a juggernaut. It has energy, it has vibrancy, it appeals to everybody and anything. It’s not even about competing, it’s about living up to what Atlantis is.”
Hanan Eissa added, “I started the journey five years ago building the brand. I worked with some great partners. The brief was: How do you have Atlantis, but a luxury version? And so, they went away and did a lot of thinking, we did a lot of workshops and a lot of ideation. Really, the DNA is the same.”