Since the 1990s, Dubai has become a paradise for the maddest, costliest and most extravagant projects. The oil and natural gas discovered in 1966 has enabled this former pearl fishing port to become a busy metropolis and an ultra-contemporary urban model. The city’s 1.5 million inhabitants welcome seven million visitors a year, adding another strong support to its thriving economy. Not however, just any tourist. One comes to Dubai in search of luxury that surpasses all limits, even the most excessive. Investors do not cower before anything, even the impossible, as illustrated by the Palm Jumeirah project, an artificial archipelago in the sea and in the form of a palm tree, with private residences, shops and of course, hotel complexes. It’s a unique site in the world which has become symbolic of the city’s ambition. Above all however, it’s here that one finds the true epitome of luxury in the form of a hotel that surpasses understanding.
Atlantis The Palm, as its name indicates, revives the myth of the legendary lost city with a 1,539-room hotel whose theme is underwater life. This gigantic project was modelled after the Atlantis Paradise Island in Nassau, in the Bahamas, also owned by Sol Kerzner, a South African businessman with a penchant for huge projects like the Sun City Resort in his native country, often called the Las Vegas of Africa. Atlantis the Palm need not be jealous of its illustrious predecessors. On the contrary, this five star luxury resort lacks absolutely nothing. The simple truth is that guests can spend their entire vacation here without ever leaving the hotel, since it’s highly unlikely that a guest could exhaust all the activities and attractions offered by Atlantis The Palm. Exclusivity is personified by two 165 square meter suites which are unique in the world: the Lost Chambers Suites, situated under the water with a view of the Ambassador Lagoon. Both suites are adjacent to a labyrinth consisting of 21 aquariums facing the lagoon, and in which guests can admire more than 20 species of fish. The resort is also equipped with its own seventeen-hectare aquatic attraction park. Aquaventure, which among other attractions, contains a thirty-meter high tower and seven toboggans. In Dolphin Bay, visitors can swim with the dolphins. The list is endless. Atlantis The Palm can be defined as the ultimate luxury experience, an inexhaustible resort. In short, it’s on of the world’s unique sites which continues to make people dream.
Atlantis The Palm has seventeen restaurants and bars, a 2,000 square meter night club and its own commercial avenues full of luxury boutiques, not to mention an immense spa treatment center.
Five stars / Member Kerzner International Resorts / Magnificent views over the Arabian Sea & Dubai Skyline / Monumental architecture / Twenty restaurants, bars & lounges / Brunch on Fridays / Indoor & outdoor pools / ShuiQi Spa / Fitness center / Amusement park / Aquarium / Dolphin education center / Shopping / Nightclub / Tennis courts / Teens & Kids clubs / Helicopter service
Open all year
1539 rooms and suites
Double occupancy from 449 euros
Dubai International Airport (DXB) - Dubai
ATLANTIS THE PALM
Palm Jumeirah, Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Approximately 7 hours
+2 hours in summer / +3 hours in winter
Hot and sunny (13 days of rain in Abu Dhabi!)
Temperatures of 50°C are not uncommon
Passport valid 6 months after return date
A free 30 day tourist visa is granted free of charge upon arrival
In addition to the common vaccinations (DTCP, Hepatitis B) the following vaccinations are advised: hepatitis A, rabies, typhoid fever
The United Arab Emirates’ dirham (AED)
Arabic, Urdu, Hindi, Malayalam, Farsi
English is widely used
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