Did you know that Atlantis The Palm in Dubai is the 4th most Instagrammed hotel in the world? For a hotel lover like myself, it is always a pleasure to visit the most renowned hotel addresses and to experience the unique facilities and refined hospitality.

The lobby of the Atlantis The Palm

This was not my first time visiting the Atlantis The Palm, but it was my first to be invited for a private tour of the most exclusive accommodation, the Royal Bridge Suite and the Underwater Suite. Let me share with you my Instagram worthy experience.

Everything is designed in a nautical theme

The Royal Bridge Suite at the Atlantis The Palm

Access to the Royal Bridge Suite can only be granted through a private elevator. Set at 924 square meters the suite spans the arch of the impressive hotel building with captivating views from its two private terraces — of The Palm and the Arabian Sea.

The hallway of the Royal Bridge Suite

The Suite which costs USD 40,000 per night, features three bedrooms which can sleep six adults and three children. The Master bedroom is designed with two separate bathrooms and walk-in closets, his and hers.

Master room – bathroom

The Royal Bridge Suite is decorated in an elegant Arabic style blending in all the contemporary luxury.

The second bedroom
Beautiful ensuite bathroom

The spacious lounge with high floor-to-ceiling windows opens up to two private terraces. The exquisite materials and carpeting used to decorate this luxury suite blend perfectly with the overall image of this grand accommodation.

The grand living room
View of The Palm from the private terrace

The Royal Bridge Suite is one of the most expensive accommodations in the world and even Kim Kardashian was impressed when she stayed here in 2014.

The view of the Arabian Sea from the second terrace

At your service you will find a dedicated team of people from Butlers to Chefs who are ready to assist you 24/7. There is also a private library, games and media centre and a massage room.

Jellyfish chandelier at the dining room

The private dining room which is adjacent to the grand living room can sit 16 people. Even the chandelier is decorated with jellyfish to match the overall concept of this unique hotel.

Guests staying at the Royal Bridge Suite also receive:

  • Two complimentary dolphin encounters
  • A complimentary Private Cabana, available at the pool, by the beach, or in Aquaventure Waterpark
  • Unlimited access to the underwater world of The Lost Chambers Aquarium, which you can get a glimpse of below


The Underwater Suite

There are only two suites available in this category, the Poseidon and Neptune Underwater Suites. I visited the Neptune Underwater Suite and believe me when I say I didn’t want to leave this underwater wonderland.

atlantis-the-palm-underwater-suite-5The suite is located on two levels. The bedroom with its floor to ceiling windows looks right into the Ambassador Lagoon. You can actually watch the sea creatures swim by you as you are relaxing in your bed or in your bathtub.

View from the bathroom


Luxurious ensuite bathroom


The serenity that you find yourself in, is difficult to describe. It is that kind of feeling when time stops, and you find yourself on a magical journey in this blue lagoon. A happy place indeed!

The Lost Chambers Aquarium


The Lost Chambers Aquarium is a wonderful place for children and adults alike where visitors can explore 10 various themed chambers of what was once the world’s most advanced civilisation.

atlantis-the-palm-hotel-lost-chambers-1There are over 21 exhibits with fish from all over the world which have found their home in this magical environment.


There are around 65,000 marine animals at the Atlantis which consume about 400 kilos of food on a daily basis. You may book to join one of the behind the scenes tours where you will be  introduced  to what it takes to care for these sea creatures.


I also got to meet the newest members to The Lost Chambers Aquarium family – the two very rare white skinned baby Albino Alligator brothers.

New addition: the white skinned baby Albino Alligators


Admission and Opening hours

Opening hours: Open daily 10.00 AM to 10.00 PM* (Opening hours subject to change depending on time of year)

Admission to the aquarium is free of charge for in-house guests.



Day visitors

The Lost Chambers Aquarium AED 100 (12+), children 3-11 AED 70, 0-2 free of charge.

To book your tickets click here.


Have you been to the Atlantis The Palm? Share your experience by commenting below.


Elena Sergeeva has an accomplished career in tourism marketing and has worked for top Greek and international tourism brands. Elena has worked with luxury hotel brands managing business development and foreign market opportunities in lucrative markets including Russia. Elena is the founder of several professional blogs including Passion for Greece, Passion for Hospitality and Passion for Dubai. Her website development and blogging work has been featured in travel industry and Greek major media outlets.

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