An innovative destination in itself, Atlantis The Palm is a must-visit Dubai attraction for visitors and an otherworldly escape for its guests. Explore the city’s most famous resort, make a splash at Aquaventure Waterpark, lounge on the pristine private beach, or enjoy breathtaking ocean vistas from your stylish room.
Why stay here? Where else can you gaze in wonder at 65,000 marine animals in the underwater passageways of The Lost Chambers Aquarium, take the Leap of Faith and be catapulted through shark-filled lagoons at Aquaventure Waterpark and experience award-winning and celebrity chef restaurants? This iconic family resort has it all.
Nearest attractions Aquaventure Waterpark and The Lost Chambers Aquarium are all within the resort. There is a complimentary shuttle to Mall of the Emirates, just 20 minutes away.
Beach and pools Guests enjoy free unlimited access to Aquaventure Waterpark and 1.4 kilometres of private beach, as well as the stunning Royal Pool which offers views across the Dubai Marina skyline, and the child-friendly Zero Entry Pool.
Other facilities Atlantis also boasts a ShuiQi Spa and fitness centre, multiple tennis courts, boat and helicopter tours and PADI diving courses.
For families Younger holidaymakers will be in seventh heaven with Aquaventure Waterpark,The Lost Chambers Aquarium and Zero-Entry Pool. There is also an Atlantis Kids Club at the resort for ages 3 to 12 and Club Rush for teens from ages 13 to 18. New for 2019 - The Wavehouse, featuring a Wave Rider machine and a four lane bowling alley.
Room upgrades 1,539 rooms and suites. Upgrade to an Imperial Club Room with exclusive benefits including afternoon tea, exclusive beach access and much more.
Bars and restaurants The resort is home to 23 restaurants and bars, as well as its own nightclub, N’Dulge. Restaurants include the award-winning underwater seafood restaurant Ossiano with views into the Ambassadors lagoon, Nobu for Japanese cuisine and Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen offering gastropub style food. Ronda Locatelli specialises in Italian cuisine, Hakkasan serves authentic and modern Chinese dishes and Shawafel offers Arabic style fast-food shawarmas and falafels. Asia Republic provides a mix of Asian flavours and styles, TBJ specialises in burgers and The Edge serves a barbeque poolside dinner. Kaleidoscope offers international buffets, Ayamna serves dishes using Lebanese ingredients and Seafire specialises in steaks prepared on the grill. The Shore offers set menus next to the pool, Asian-fusion buffets with live cooking stations are found at Saffron and Nasimi, located on the beach, serves a snack menu throughout the day, and a set menu in the evening. Barazura provides a bar menu alongside cocktails and fine wines, pastries, canapes, teas and coffees can be found in Plato’s and Barracudas, one of the 16 food outlets at Aquaventure water park, houses a variety of fast food kiosks. Wavehouse, the new dining and entertainment venue is set to open early 2019. The venue will include a Wave Rider machine, a four-lane bowling alley, live bands and a restaurant.
Board basis options Breakfast and half board.
Breakfast can be taken in Saffron or Kaleidoscope.
What is included in the tour
- 5 nights in Atlantis The Palm
- Ocean View Room
- Half Board
- Return flights from London Heathrow
From beaches that fringe the warm waters of the Arabian Gulf bathed in year-round sunshine, to the architectural marvels that punctuate the skyline and define the destination, Dubai is irresistibly dynamic, with some of the world’s most unique and modern attractions.
- Wander the laneways of the atmospheric gold and spice souks of old Dubai, piled high with aromatic and glittering treats.
- Check out super-cool Kite Beach if you’re into water sports.
- Have hours of laughs and squeals while cooling down at Dubai’s water parks.
- Visit Downtown Dubai, packed with incredible sites, including an actual dinosaur skeleton inside a shopping mall and the tallest building on the planet, Burj Khalifa.
When to visit
Expect year-round sunshine – it’s just a case of exactly how hot you like it. October to April provides the most pleasant option (small potential of rain and wind in January and February), with temperatures around 25-28C. From May, these temperatures really rocket between June and September (upwards of 40C) but Dubai offers plenty of incentives to visit then, such as shopping festivals in air-conditioned malls, indoor attractions and fantastic value offers.
What to pack
These high temperatures require light, breathable clothing, but always have a cover-up for when you hit the air conditioning. Whilst a liberal and popular holiday hotspot, it’s still good to bear in mind that Dubai is a Muslim destination, so dress respectfully outside of your resort (for example, women should wear clothing that covers the shoulders and the knees in shopping malls, and if entering a mosque, hair must be covered). Desert trips are best in comfortable safari-type clothing.