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Ling Ling to open at Atlantis, The Royalopens in new window
Design buffs and dim sum lovers alike will be excited to learn that global Chinese restaurant and nightspot Ling Ling is coming to Dubai.
29
Nov
2020
www.arabianindustry.com
Hakkasan Group to open lounge and dining concept Ling Ling at Atlantis, The Royalopens in new window
The Hakkasan restaurant at Atlantis, The Palm will no longer be moving next door
01
Nov
2020
www.caterermiddleeast.com
Project of the week: Peek into $1.4bn Atlantis mega hotel project in Dubaiopens in new window
Worth a total of $1.4bn, the Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences in Dubai looks like one of the most promising upcoming openings in the Emirate.
10
Feb
2020
tophotel.news
The most lavish hotels set to arrive in Dubai this yearopens in new window
Set to redefine the Palm Jumeirah skyline, this 43-storey cantilevered development is made up of a mix of 231 luxury apartments, 693 hotel rooms and 102 suites.
04
Feb
2020
www.theceomagazine.com
UK’s cake artist, Mich Turner MBE will be launching an atelier bakery at The Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences in Q4, 2020.opens in new window
Little Venice Cake Company will be an addition to the resort’s culinary line-up
29
Oct
2019
www.hoteliermiddleeast.com
Peruvian Gaston Acurio is latest top chef coming to Atlantis, The Royalopens in new window
Dinner by British chef Heston Blumenthal, Hakkasan’s fanciest outpost, tapas hotspot Jaleo and cookbook author Ariana Bundy’s Persian Kitchen are some of the eateries that foodies in the UAE are looking forward to when Atlantis, The Royal finally opens its doors on Palm Jumeirah.
11
Jun
2019
www.thenational.ae
Dubai's $1.4bn Royal Atlantis Resort and Residences to open in Q3 2020opens in new window
Dubai's high-profile $1.4bn (AED5.1bn) Royal Atlantis Resort and Residences project will open by the end of Q3 2020, the executive vice president and managing director of Atlantis Resorts and Residences, Timothy Kelly, has reportedly confirmed.
29
May
2019
www.constructionweekonline.com
‘There’s No Luxury Without Comfort,’ Says Interior Designer Sybille de Margerie on creating timeless spacesopens in new window
A member of the Taittinger family, known for its Champagne line and high-end hotels, Ms. de Margerie has designed interiors for Louvre Hotels, LVMH group (Hotel Cheval Blanc in Courchevel, France), Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, and private investors. Most recently, the firm designed the interiors of the Royal Atlantis Residences in Dubai. For that project, Ms. de Margerie enlisted five female artisans to create a series of pieces, which included sculptural porcelain wall reliefs from Isabelle Poupinel; gold tapestries from Céline Alexandre’s; hand-sculpted leather walls from Helen Amy Murray; Annie Corbiere’s intricately woven screens; and metalworks by Annie Trussart.
18
Mar
2019
www.mansionglobal.com