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Video: Inside the most expensive suite at Dubai's Atlantis

Nilanjana Gupta (Senior Web Journalist / Videographer)/Dubai
nilanjana@khaleejtimes.com Filed on December 6, 2019 | Last updated on December 6, 2019 at 06.04 am
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Suite has hosted A-list celebrities including Kim Kardashian and Jackie Chan.

We have taken you inside Burj Al Arab's most expensive Royal suite (Dh70,000 per night) and Emirates Palace's lavish Palace suite (Dh55,000 per night), but the ultimate of luxury and opulence lies 22 storeys above the magnificent Atlantis The Palm. Costing upwards of $30,000 or Dh100,000 per night, the Royal Bridge suite is the most expensive suite at the iconic Dubai hotel. The three-bedroom suite spreads over an area of 956 square metres, stretching out to form the bridge between the two Atlantis towers, and hence the name Royal Bridge Suite.

The suite has hosted A-list celebrities including the queen of bling Kim Kardashian and king of martial arts Jackie Chan. It has also rolled out the red carpet for several world leaders and members of the GCC royal families. The longest stay in this extravagant retreat was 30 days.

The Royal Bridge Suite is accessed only by a private elevator, leading guests to a regal reception area. The hallway is decorated with intricate chandeliers, sculptures and hand-painted ceilings. Guests then arrive to a majestic living room with generously-sized balconies offering unparalleled 180 degree views of the Palm Island on one side and the Arabian Gulf on the other.



The octagonal master bedroom features a customised bed, his and her bathrooms with exclusive amenities that even feature 22 carat gold. The VIP guests also get a soap topped with 24 carat gold flakes. They can indulge themselves with a spa treatment in a special spa room.

While the second bedroom also features his and her bathrooms, the third bedroom has two double queens and a suite bathroom. Other highlights include an exquisite dining table seating 16 people. A dedicated butler is available 24 hours to accomplish the high-profile guests' every request. There is also a private office, games room and a media centre equipped with the latest technology. The VIP guests are also treated to complimentary dolphin encounters, free entry to Aquaventure Waterpark and the Lost Chambers aquarium, and a private cabana at the pool or the beach.

Palatial in every sense, it would be an understatement to describe the Royal Bridge Suite as opulent. Quite simply, it's full of luxuries befitting a king or a queen.

nilanjana@khaleejtimes.com

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Nilanjana Gupta

As a multimedia journalist, I consider it a privilege to tell the stories of people in the UAE and allow the world to meet the people with whom their paths may never cross. I am a graduate of the Broadcast and Digital Journalism master's programme at Syracuse University in New York. Prior to joining Khaleej Times, I interned with Al Jazeera English in Washington DC and worked as a senior news desk editor with CNN-IBN in Delhi.


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