Atlantis the Royal | Dubai | If Only

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A new landmark of luxury on Dubai’s iconic Palm Island, Atlantis The Royal was brought to life by some of the world’s leading designers, architects and artists. Its striking exterior demands attention, spanning 43 floors high and crowned by a 90-metre-long sky pool with exceptional sea views. A destination resort like no other, it’s home to 17 world-class restaurants, a sprawling spa, poolside club, private stretch of sandy beach, children’s club, and the world’s largest jellyfish tank in its opulent lobby. Each of the 795 rooms, suites and penthouses offers an elevated luxury experience and only the finest amenities, while a stay also includes complimentary access to the world’s largest waterpark, Aquaventure.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 795 rooms and suites



Set across three towers, the 795 rooms, suites and two-or-three-bedroom penthouses take luxury living to the next level. All feature beautiful bedrooms, walk-in wardrobes, dressing rooms and bathrooms with walk-in showers and standalone tubs, while select suites also offer dining rooms, kitchens and private swimming pools. Every stay includes daily breakfast, as well as access to the Atlantis Explorers Kids’ Club, Aquaventure Waterpark, The Lost Chambers Aquarium, Skyblaze Fountain show and AWAKEN Fitness Centre. Certain suites and penthouses also benefit from complimentary Afternoon Tea and evening drinks, butler service, in-room check-in, round-trip transfers and more.



True paradise for foodies, Atlantis The Royal presents no less than 13 dining venues serving creative cuisine from around the globe – whether British classics, authentic tapas, sleek Japanese cuisine or homestyle Iranian cuisine. Many are helmed by world-renowned chefs, including Heston Blumenthal, Gastón Acurio, José Andrés, Costas Spiliadis, Ariana Bundy and Nobu Matsuhisa. Guests can also access the additional restaurants at adjacent sister hotel, Atlantis The Palm, including the Michelin-starred, sub-aquatic Ossiano and Gordan Ramsay’s Dubai outlet.


Atlantis The Royal opens the door to a world of unforgettable experiences. Guests can feel the thrill of record-breaking waterslides at Aquaventure waterpark – the largest in the world – or channel the glamour of Dubai beside the 90-metre sky pool, enjoying dining, drinking and dancing at the Ling Ling by Hakkasan restaurant and lounge. As evening falls, prepare to be mesmerised by the Skyblaze Fountain – the world’s first fire-meets-water show.


Experience a new definition of wellness at the AWAKEN Spa, comprising 17 treatment rooms set across 5,000-square-metres. Guests can indulge in truly transformative treatments using signature products, before unwinding further in the six-room Hamman Sensorium. There’s also a fully equipped fitness centre with a programme of group classes, plus a beauty salon to help them get ready for unforgettable evenings in Dubai.



Promising a truly unforgettable luxury family holiday, a stay at Atlantis The Royal includes complimentary access to Aquaventure – the world’s largest waterpark with 105 slides and attractions. Guests can cruise leisurely along lazy rapids, catch some waves on the surf machine, or feel the thrill of near-vertical slides. Within the park is Splashers Lagoon & Cove – an area just for junior adventurers with over 16 attractions across two adventure-packed towers. Little ones aged four to 12 years old can also enjoy complimentary daily access to the Atlantis Explorers Club. Here, expertly trained staff offer a programme of activities that are educational as they are fun – from science experiments to arts and crafts.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Dubai International Airport


Approximately a 30 minute drive from the airport.


Daytime temperatures from May to September rarely fall below 40°C, while between October and April the temperature averages around 30°C with little humidity. Although rainfall is minimal, this normally happens during the cooler months between January and March.