Dubai,
12
December
2020
|
12:26
Asia/Muscat

Atlantis, The Palm In Numbers

  • Atlantis was the first resort to open its doors on Dubai’s revolutionary man-made island, The Palm
  • The resort’s current footprint on The Palm is 46 hectares or the size of 64 Wembley football pitches.
  • This includes 1.4 kilometres of beachfront and 17 hectares of water park amusement
  • The resort has 1,548 rooms and is 22 storeys high
  • Atlantis, The Palm is accessed by a six-lane underwater vehicle tunnel, which surfaces next to the resort.
  • Atlantis has 29 restaurants including three outlets by celebrity chefs, Nobu Matsuhisa, Giorgio Locatelli and Gordon Ramsay
  • 58,000km steel bars were used in the construction of Atlantis, that’s more than nine times the length of the Great Wall of China
  • The total cost to build Atlantis was USD 1.5 billion
  • The façade of The Royal Towers measures in at 200,000 metres
  • There are 100,000 lights throughout Atlantis, inside and out
  • There are 54,000 trees/palms and shrubs
  • More than 2,250 tonnes of marble and stone were used to create the walls, fountains and magnificent floors throughout the resort
  • Approximately 3,000 colleagues work at Atlantis, The Palm
  • The front desk team check in and out over 823 guests per day
  • The bell desk manages more than 513,600 pieces of luggage every year
  • The valet team park 231,000 cars from staying and day guests every year
  • The resort welcomes guests from more than 227 different countries
  • As part of the opening of Atlantis, the resort set off 100,000 fireworks, lasting 15 minutes
  • The fireworks were set off from 716 firing locations around the island, including 400 balconies at the resort