Dubai: A look inside Atlantis, The Palm

The best suites at Atlantis can cost US$40,000 per night and pan an entire arch of the resort’s iconic pink structure where you can make the most of 180-degree views of the Arabian Sea. A private lift leads to the suite’s grand lobby that features chandeliers and intricate art on the ceilings.

There are three spacious bedrooms to choose from, accommodating up to six adults and three children. Two of the bedrooms each feature his and her bathrooms, and there’s even the added luxury of 18 karat gold soap. Other decadent features of the suite include a dining room seating 16, a powder room, a private library, and chefs and butlers at your beck and call.

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A touch of celebrity is also evident with 23 dining establishments to choose from at Atlantis, The Palm. Guests don’t even have to venture outside of the suite, with chefs delivering the gourmet meals to their table.

Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen is a favourite with resort’s guests, along with famed Italian chef Giorgio Locatelli’s, Ronda Locatelli, and Nobuyuki Matsuhisa’s, Nobu.

Then there is the luxurious underwater seafood restaurant, Ossiano.

The lobby has an18-metre sculpture, consisting of 3,000 hand-blown glass fragments. A grand staircase at the front of the resort makes for a talking point, while the Aquaventure Waterpark, covering 17 beachfront hectares, is a guaranteed winner with children and teens.

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