The Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences Topline Facts

The Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences will forever change the landscape of Dubai. Crafted by the world’s leading designers, architects and artists, this new generation of distinctive luxury will offer infinite ocean views, accented with lush green spaces, encapsulated in dramatic architecture.

Located on the crescent of the iconic Palm and next to Atlantis, The Palm, this new generation of distinctive luxury offers a sophisticated lifestyle and hospitality experience featuring architecture from the finest international designers and benefits from uninterrupted views of the ocean and Dubai city skyline.



  • Together, The Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences and Atlantis, The Palm will create a very unique entertainment destination
  • The two properties will span roughly 63 hectares of land (that’s about 155 football pitches)
    • 46 hectares -Atlantis, The Palm (including Aquaventure)
    • 17 hectares - The Royal Atlantis
  • Over 2km’s of beachfront in total, it is the largest stretch of continuous, accessible privately-owned beach front in Dubai
  • Over 45 restaurants and bars in total, including 8 celebrity chef restaurants
  • One leading international beach club and nightclub
  • One award-winning waterpark, Aquaventure, voted number one in Europe and The Middle East
  • One of the world’s largest aquariums, The Ambassador Lagoon, home to 65,000 marine animals
  • Over 92 swimming pools across both properties
  • Two spa and fitness facilities, including a total of 42 treatment rooms, two gyms and a yoga lawn



  • The resort will be 43 storeys high and approximately 185 metres above sea level
    • The Royal Atlantis Resort will be 185m (top floor at Level 43)
    • The Royal Atlantis Residences will be 165m (top floor at Level 37)
  • The property will introduce a revolutionary play between fire and water designed by WET
  • The Royal Atlantis sits on over 17 hectares of land (about 42 football pitches) and the building is roughly 500 meters in length.
  • The Resort will feature over 90 swimming pools in total
  • The chic infinity Sky Pool will stretch 90 metres in length and soar almost 96 metres above The Palm (level 22), offering the ultimate pool experience with Dubai city views
  • The lobby bar area will be home to one of the largest jellyfish tanks in the world, housing approximately 2,000 jellyfish.
  • The Resort and Residences will be home to four large aquariums, three in the lobby and one jelly fish aquarium in the lobby bar. They will hold a total of 600,000 litres of water
  • The property will be home to 17 restaurants and bars including:
    • Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
    • Jaleo by José Andrés
    • Ariana’s Kitchen by Ariana Bundy
    • Hakkasan
    • Milos by Costas Spiliadis
    • La Mar by Gastón Acurio
  • The property will be home to a 1,000sqm ballroom with a seating capacity of approximately 660 guests. This space will also include six meeting rooms, a VIP majlis and private bridal suite, complete with a hair salon and shower
  • Guests and residents will be able to relax in a 3,000sqm wellness centre, including a 25m lap pool, fitness centre with an outdoor yoga lawn, a hair salon and 15 treatment rooms. There will also be a traditional Hammam and male/female wet facilities including a steam room, sauna and vitality pool
  • The property will be home to 1,600sqm of retail space, including 17 shops​



  • The Resort contains 795 guest rooms and suites (43 floors)
    • 693 Rooms
    • 96 Suites
    • 6 Signature Suites
  • The Resort will be home to two Imperial Club Lounges
    • A Family Imperial Club Lounge complete with a kid’s buffet counter, cooking classes and children’s TV lounge
    • A Premium Imperial Club Lounge complete with a bar and library



  • The Residences will contain 231 residences (37 floors)
    • Two, three, four and five-bedroom Residences, Skycourts, Penthouses (4) and Garden suites ranging in size from 130 to 1,740 square metres
  • Floorplans will exceed 17,000 square feet with ceiling heights of up to three metres
  • Skycourts, Penthouses and Garden Suites, ranging from 1,434 to 17,000 square feet
  • Every Residence benefits from views of the waters of the Arabian Gulf and many of the residences have their own outdoor space with terraced gardens with private infinity pools.
  • The interiors and design are created by Paris-based, Sybille de Margerie-Interior Design. Residents can select from three different Interior Design themes an array of fine textiles, architectural embroidery, hand sculpted leather and delicate porcelain pieces, bringing classic European style to the palatial homes.
  • Residents will have access to all amenities at Atlantis, The Palm including Aquaventure Waterpark, the #1 waterpark in the Middle East and Europe and The Lost Chambers Aquarium, home to over 65,000 marine animals
  • Leisure facilities will include a spa, tennis court, BBQ area, library and gymnasium
  • Residents can also relax at the exclusive private leisure pool and beach



  • One of the world’s most pre-eminent architecture firms, NYC based, Kohn Pederson Fox Associates designed the property. The project is led by Elie Gamburg, Director at Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.
  • The most unusual aspect of the property design is that the building architecture consists of not only towers, but a bridge, Skycourts and cantilevers, which is very rare within typical building designs
  • The gross floor area of the property is 387,097 sqm
  • The total site area is 173,398 sqm
  • The Royal Atlantis is roughly 500 meters in length
  • The Skybridge will be 96m high (Level 22) and forms the framework for one of the world’s biggest suites. The three-story-tall Skybridge, weighed in at just over 1,400 tonnes (more than an A380 Airbus!)
  • There is approximately 90,000 sqm of glass used in the building. A FIFA football field is about 8,250 sqm, this means there is enough glass to cover 10 FIFA football fields
  • 220,000 cubic metres of concrete is being used in the construction
  • There are 2,400 piles across the site, some as deep as 45 metres
  • They key materials used in the building include:
    • 45,000 tonnes of Steel Rebar
    • 5,500 tonnes of Structural Steel
    • 150,000 sqm of Marble
    • 130,000 sqm of concrete reinforced glass