World's most expensive hotel room at Dubai's Atlantis costs Rs 83 lakh per night; see pics

The Royal Mansion at Atlantis, The Royal, holds the distinction of being the world's most expensive hotel suite
IT Worth Desk
IT Worth Desk
Updated on Jul 10, 2024, 15:59 IST- 3 min read
Indiatimes

Luxury is something we all admire, especially when it comes to traveling and experiencing top-notch hotels around the globe. Have you heard about the world's priciest hotel suite? Located in Dubai, its nightly rate is so extravagant that it surpasses what many people earn in their entire lifetimes.


The Royal Mansion at Dubai’s Atlantis, The Royal, holds the distinction of being the world’s most expensive hotel suite, commanding an astonishing price tag of $100,000 (Rs 83 lakh approx) per night.

Spanning 11,840 square feet, this four-bedroom, split-level suite at Atlantis, The Royal offers unmatched luxury and opulence. It boasts amenities like private butler service, panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf, and a private infinity pool.

Having hosted high-profile guests such as Beyoncé and Jay-Z, the suite further enhances its allure and exclusivity. This level of extravagance sets a new benchmark in the luxury hospitality industry, showcasing Dubai's commitment to catering to its affluent visitors.

Details of the suite

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Privacy is paramount at Atlantis The Royal, where guests of The Royal Mansion enjoy exclusive amenities including a private lobby and escalator. They also have the option to secure a total of 16 rooms by occupying the entire 18th and 19th floors of the hotel.

The two-level, four-bedroom duplex suite features three king-size and two queen-size beds, accommodating up to nine guests comfortably. Each bathroom is equipped with luxurious Hermès bath products, and guests can indulge in a private steam room for the ultimate pampering experience.

The primary bedroom, situated on the second floor, offers stunning views of Dubai's skyline, showcasing the city's dazzling lights as a breathtaking backdrop. In addition to 24-hour room service, the mansion provides a personal butler available at all times to assist with any request. Guests have the option to dine in the 12-seat dining room, ideal for intimate gatherings, or have meals prepared in the outdoor kitchen.

For relaxation, guests can unwind on the expansive 5,123-square-foot terrace, which overlooks the Arabian Sea. To beat the Dubai heat, a temperature-controlled infinity pool awaits. With meticulous attention to detail, the duplex suite ensures every aspect of your stay is defined by luxury, promising an unforgettable retreat.

Dubai’s Atlantis The Royal hotel

Located near Dubai's Palm Jumeirah, Atlantis The Royal is a lavish $1.4 billion (Rs 11,692 crore) luxury hotel that took 8 years to complete. Within this opulent setting lies The Royal Mansion, which Atlantis Resorts Managing Director and Vice President Timothy Kelly claims is "the largest mansion in the world," as reported by Arabian Business.?


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