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The Atlantis – The Palm enjoys spectacular views of the Arabian Sea, the iconic Palm Island and also the Dubai skyline, and it is perfectly positioned for a truly unique, luxurious and picturesque break. Nearby attractions include Dolphin Bay, Sea Lion Point and the Atlantis Aquaventure waterpark. But if you enjoy a little bit of retail therapy when on your short break, Dubai’s many shopping outlets and endless golden beaches all lay within a stone’s throw of the hotel.
Atlantis – The Palm offers 5* luxury bedrooms which are designed with your comfortable short break in mind. All of the rooms all enjoy views of the beautiful Arabian Sea and the spectacular skyline in Dubai, and each guest room includes satellite/cable TV, minibar and access to 24-hour room service.
The hotel also hosts a wealth of leisure facilities, including the ShuiQi Spa which offers rejuvenating and luxurious treatments, and there is also a fitness centre and salon within the hotel for guests to enjoy throughout their stay. Dining options are also aplenty at the hotel as it has a choice of up to 23 restaurants to choose from, with a range of different cuisines on offer.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 1539
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Tennis Free: No
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Steam Room Free: No
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: Palm Atlantis Monorail Station
- Distance: 160 metres
- Name: Palm Atlantis Monorail Station
- Distance: 160 metres
- Name: Dubai International Airport
- Distance: 37.7 kilometres
- Baby Sitting
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 11:30
- Monday to Friday: 11:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Palm Atlantis Monorail Station Distance: 160 metres
- Nearest Rail Name: Palm Atlantis Monorail Station Distance: 160 metres
- Nearest Airport Name: Dubai International Airport Distance: 37.7 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 16803 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Not quite brilliant but very good
Stay Date: 08/2017, Lozzalady wrote this review.
SO - I've stay in five star hotels all over the world. I've also stay at the Atlantis in the Bahamas....this hotel compares well in many respects. On the positive side the rooms are very big and clean, the staff are beyond brilliant - the service i… See more
SO - I've stay in five star hotels all over the world. I've also stay at the Atlantis in the Bahamas....this hotel compares well in many respects. On the positive side the rooms are very big and clean, the staff are beyond brilliant - the service is stunning and they always have a smile on their face. The pools are wonderful - there is always plenty of space and loungers - the ratio of lifeguards to swimmers is stunning and not seen anywhere else. The food is brilliant - the choice is great. Overall this is a fantastic hotel. BUT - there is NOTHING to do in the evening. A site as big as this could accommodate an outdoor cinema, or an indoor bowling alley, or at least have an entertainment team ..... I say this because we went with a 9 year old and a 12 year old and other than swimming in the pool till 9pm there is zero to get excited about. You can see swathes of families with young children roaming around the hotel during the evenings with nothing to do.... yes you could visit the amazing Lost Chambers - but how many times can you do that? And there's a ice cream parlour (excellent) but again how many times..... there's also loads of up-market boutiques but again it's not going to get your kids excited. The hotel NEEDS someone to think more about the usability for it's guests day and night. Every other hotel I have stayed in as entertainment provided so why not this one? The Zone, which is advertised as the place teenagers hang out is a living room sized amusement arcade that costs about £10 a go (I kid you not) and was never busy. Honestly for a hotel of this calibre you'd think this would have been thought of. This is why I have given this hotel 4 not 5 stars. Anyway, this aside, this was an amazing holiday - Dubai is an interesting place to visit - we went on the desert safari which was brilliant and swam with dolphins, which was also a real treat. We were Imperial Club guests - the jury is out as to whether this is worth the money - the rooms are the same, and we rarely made it to happy hour drinks as who wants to leave the lovely pool at 5pm - have a shower and race to the 12th floor just for a free cocktail? The mid pm snacks are good - I guess the Imperial Club ensures food and drink is on hand if needed to it's less hassle rather than perhaps good value. We also visited Dubai Mall, the Burj Khalifa and saw the fountain show - all of which were brilliant. Word to the wise, if you have teenage daughters - make sure they have appropriate clothes for the Mall visit - we didn't and the looks from the young boys and men made my daughter feel very uncomfortable. I guess we are used to wearing shorts and vests - there is nothing sexual about it, but clearly to these guys it's a totally different message. One other downside is that the time of year we went (August) you really couldn't swim in the sea. For a 'beach holiday' this is a real shame as the beach and sea are so inviting, but it's just too hot. There was no one on the beaches ever. The sea is the same temp or hotter than the air so it's like getting in a hot bath when you are already sweating. The pool temp however, is very refreshing. The water park was brilliant - well managed - we usually went around 4pm as it was less busy and with free daily passes this seemed like a great way to spend the afternoon. The water in the park is also 'warmish' - but you do get used to it. The park is well managed and the advise on here to keep your flip flops with you at all times is right, as the floor is boiling. Overall a great holiday and enjoyed by all our family. Collapse
Cruise ship sensation.
Stay Date: 08/2017, Francisco C wrote this review.
we lived in Dubai. We went to the hotel for an staycation of 2 days/1 night. We went for the imperial package that include breakfast, Access to the imperial lounges (with complementary snacks, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages between 5:00 pm to 7:… See more
we lived in Dubai. We went to the hotel for an staycation of 2 days/1 night. We went for the imperial package that include breakfast, Access to the imperial lounges (with complementary snacks, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages between 5:00 pm to 7:00pm). Our room was big and had an amazing view over the palm on a high floor. The hotel is very busy. So having the imperial package granted us a private check In at the 12th floor on the east tower. We had to waited a little bit but we had some snacks while we were waiting. We had complementary access to the water park and the spa. We took advantage of all the perks. But there is one thing that really sucks. Apparently the hotel offers to everyone to upgrade for the imperial package. So getting a table at the lunge for tea or drinks at 5 pm is a nightmare. You have to stand in queque between 20 to 40 minutes. What is absurd. Even dough there are 2 lounges. We didn't care about having a drink and some snacks standing at the balcony until our table was ready. But we could see people was upset because of this issue. I have to thanks Miss JAMAICA from the lounge on the 12th floor. She always smile at us and gave us a good service in the lounge. Being in this hotel make you feel like you are in a cruise ship. A lot of people coming and going. Activities everywhere, all kind of restaurants, shops and amazing aquariums. I really recommend it to get away from the city in the city. But I encourage the management to not oversell the imperial package or set up another lounge to accommodate all the people. Collapse
Fab for a few days of fun
Stay Date: 08/2017, ELOM19 wrote this review.
I stayed for 3 nights with my husband and teenage daughters. We stayed in a two queen bed delux room overlooking the palm. The room size is fine with well fitted bathroom with separate shower and loo. Decor is rather OTT us but is as expected in the … See more
I stayed for 3 nights with my husband and teenage daughters. We stayed in a two queen bed delux room overlooking the palm. The room size is fine with well fitted bathroom with separate shower and loo. Decor is rather OTT us but is as expected in the Atlantis. Many of the rooms are currently being renovated (not that you are aware as they are doing a floor at a time.) it will be interesting to see if the rooms are more modern Arabic? Hotel can not be faulted - it is huge and fun to explore. If you want a little more exclusivity you can upgrade to the platinum service which gives you access to some private bars etc. The pools are fantastic and very safe with lots of life guards. Even though the temperature was soaring the pool area managed to bareable. We loved the water park and went everyday for a few hours. The food was great - loads of variety and generally good value for money. We didn't realise that being half board also entitled you to 50% off lunch in the restaurants which makes a huge difference. Collapse
Good to be Imperial Club guests
Stay Date: 08/2017, howard i wrote this review.
We, a group of three, stayed in Atlantis the Palm as Imperial Club guests last week. I strongly recommend Imperial Club rooms to everyone. As Imperial Club guests, we enjoyed free drinks, snacks, dessert, fruit, in the Club lounges. There are two Cl… See more
We, a group of three, stayed in Atlantis the Palm as Imperial Club guests last week. I strongly recommend Imperial Club rooms to everyone. As Imperial Club guests, we enjoyed free drinks, snacks, dessert, fruit, in the Club lounges. There are two Club lounges. One is on 12/F which is just next to our room. Both lounges provide food and drinks in certain time slots throughout the whole day. Remember, you won't get hungry! This is especially important as food is pricey everywhere on the island. Our room was facing the water park (Acquaventure) and Burj Al Arab. We can enjoy the sceneic sun rise, too. More benefits include: 1) Free access to Acquaventure 2) Free access to The Lost Chamber 3) Free airport transfer by a luxury car 4) Check-in / check-out at the club lounge (avoiding the queues in lobby). The staff are very helpful and polite. They offered us late check-out so that we don't need to pack our luggage in hurry. BTW, the hotel was a bit crowded possibly due to summer holidays. If you want to take good photos without many people around, please wake up earlier. I took very nice photos before 8:00am. Hope you find the tips useful. Collapse
Simply the best
Stay Date: 06/2017, johndavies682017 wrote this review.
This hotel is one of the best in which me and my family had been. The rooms are renovated, the hotel staff is good, the location is perfect. Wish you all the best, and to continue the great work with the clients .
This hotel is one of the best in which me and my family had been. The rooms are renovated, the hotel staff is good, the location is perfect. Wish you all the best, and to continue the great work with the clients . Collapse
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