Inside the mega-luxe hotel with fire fountains, a sky pool and 4,000 jellyfish

Dubai is well-known among holidaymakers for its extreme luxury, Instagrammable spots and expensive beach clubs.

The sunny city is covered in bling and filled to the brim with influencers who shell out thousands for luxe experiences.

A new hotel in Dubai has now opened that’s set to become an icon thanks its ultra-luxury services.

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Atlantis The Royal opened in Dubai on October 31 and offers everything from butler service to private infinity rooms to guests in its 795 resorts.

The new addition to the city’s skyline also boasts the largest jellyfish aquarium in the world with 4,000 moon jellies.

Plus, a water fountain show – Skyblaze – that breathes fire.

Reportedly crafted by the world’s leading designers, architects and artists the Atlantis is bound to leave guests with their jaws on the floor – especially if they stay in one of 44 suites and penthouses that have private infinity pools among the clouds.

Guests can gaze out at the Arabian Sea from your terrace and even shop at luxury shops like Hermes.

Every penthouse and suite is assigned an elite butler who can provide you with services like unpacking luggage, pillow selection, clothes pressing, a private resort orientation and setting up exclusive experiences.

Those lucky enough to stay will also be offered a special pillow menu by your butler letting you review the shape, touch and feel of the pillows on offer before choosing the type you’ll sleep on.

These include cool down pillows, memory foam, pregnancy and body pillows and even foot cushions.

Plus, in typical Dubai high-tech fashion the whole room can be adjusted in terms of lighting, temperature and TV from your phone.

Atlantis The Royal also offers show-stopping experiences across 17 restaurants and bars in the hotel – from big names like Nobu and Heston Blumenthal getting involved.

One bar, Ling Ling, a modern Pan-Asian, day to night venue even has 360-degree views of the Arabian Gulf and glittering Dubai Skyline.

During the day, you won’t be disappointed; the hotel boasts a 90-metre long Skypool on the 22nd floor joins the six towers of Atlantis The Royal alongsideVIP cabanas with private plunge pools, a swim up-bar and a glittering head-shaped DJ booth.

Tim Kelly, Managing Director of Atlantis Dubai says “This is it. Our moment is finally here to reveal Atlantis The Royal as the world’s most ultra-luxury entertainment resort.

"Openings of resorts like this one only come around once or twice in a decade, and we can’t wait to share it with the world.

"As these new images demonstrate, this is a resort like no other and the building itself will become an instantly recognisable icon of the Dubai skyline.

"We are excited to begin welcoming guests next year and treat them to an experience they’ll never forget.”

To be one of the first to stay at Atlantis The Royal, guests can make a reservation at


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