Atlantis Dubai Launches Atlantis Atlas Project On United Nations World Oceans Day 2021
| 08:20 Europe/Amsterdam
Today on United Nations World Oceans Day 2021, Atlantis Dubai – the ocean-themed destination situated on the Arabian Gulf sea and home to 65,000 marine animals – is launching its brand new, pioneering sustainability initiative, Atlantis Atlas …
Shaped, Buffed, And Polished, Nailology Launches At Atlantis, The Palm Offering A Fully Immersive Nail Bar Experience From Sip To Tip
| 15:19 Europe/Amsterdam
With a promise to deliver premium, unique treatments and Instagrammable moments, the introduction of Nailology to Dubai’s most glamorous residents is a cause for celebration. As the only nail bar in Dubai with in-salon mixologists, a visit to the …
Atlantis Aquaventure Is Set To Make Waves As One Of The Largest Waterparks In The World With The Launch Of Trident Tower, Splashers Lagoon And Splashers Cove
| 09:35 Europe/Amsterdam
It’s the announcement that thrill-seekers the world over have been waiting for: brand new, world exclusive waterslides and two brand-new towers are being launched at Atlantis Aquaventure from 1 March 2021. Increasing the size of Atlantis Aquaventure …
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal to open in The Royal Atlantis, Dubai in 2019opens in new window
The Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences has revealed ‘Dinner by Heston Blumenthal’ as the first named restaurant to open within the property in 2019. With restaurants in London and Melbourne, the Dubai restaurant will be the third outpost of the culinary concept developed by the chef who has won Michelin stars.
Atlantis Sanya welcomes first guests in Hainan, Chinaopens in new window
Atlantis Sanya, the flagship resort on beautiful Hainan Island, has opened its doors and welcomed its first guests. The much-anticipated opening of China’s first integrated entertainment resort is set to enhance Hainan’s incredible tourism proposition.
The world's most expensive resort: Atlantis to build $2BILLION retreat in Hawaii with a shark habitat and guest rooms that look into an aquarium filled with marine life opens in new window
Atlantis Resorts is reportedly nearing a deal to construct a $2bn (£1.4bn) luxury retreat in Hawaii that will be the most expensive resort ever built. While details are still being finalised, the high-end sanctuary will be located on 15 acres of land at Ko Olina on the island of Oahu.