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Inside Five Insanely Opulent Dubai Hotel Suites

Inside Five Insanely Opulent Dubai Hotel Suites
Dubai is no stranger to decadence, especially when its streets are lined with million dollar cars, multi-million dollar skyscrapers boasting extraordinary views and a man-made island shaped like a palm. The hotel rooms alone pamper guests with Michelin star dining, ocean views, and opulent furnishings, so we decided to find five over-the-top suites that will have you booking a flight to the United Arab Emirates.

The Royal Suite at Four Seasons Resort Dubai, Jumeirah Beach

Take a private elevator to the Four Seasons‘ grandest suite. Dubbed the royal suite, this swanky space invites guests to enter through a dramatic ballroom-like living area with Venetian chandeliers and a baby grand piano that takes center stage and leads out to a furnished terrace. The suite is complete with marble flooring, towering columns and floor-to-ceiling windows allowing for natural light, including in the master bedroom which faces the ocean, has two private balconies and double dressing room. The show-stopping bathroom is clad in white marble with golden accents, has an oversized oval tub, steam room and walk-in shower. You can book the suite for around $14,000 per night.

The Royal Bridge Atlantis Suite at Atlantis, The Palm Dubai

The Royal Bridge Atlantis suite stands at 924 square meters with unrivaled panoramic views, posh interiors and a private guarded entrance. Inside, there’s a master bedroom with his and her bathrooms, two double bedrooms with ensuites, a 16-seat dining area, a library, a large reception lounge and huge balcony with 360-degree views of the city. It’s so extravagant, that even Kim Kardashian stole a lavish robe when she stayed there. The suite goes for $30,000 per night and has bathroom soap that’s made from 24K gold. It also comes with a 24-hour butler, free airport transfers, a massage room and unlimited access to The Lost Chambers Aquarium and Aquaventure Waterpark.

The Underwater Suites at Atlantis, The Palm Dubai

This opulent suite has its very own aquarium. The renowned underwater suites at Atlantis, The Palm Dubai are popular for honeymooners and celebrities looking for exclusive experiences. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the master bedroom offer views into the Ambassador Lagoon aquarium, which is filled with over 65,000 marine animals. The suite occupies 1,776 square feet, is three stories high and features an indulgent staircase, surrounded by furnishings and a decor that creates the illusion of an ocean oasis. Amenities include complimentary luxury car service, private chef, and a personal butler available 24-hours a day. Choose from the Poseidon or Neptune underwater suites starting at $10,000 per night.

The Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah

Talk about living like royalty—the palatial royal two bedroom suite is clothed in imperial purple and gold, has views of the Arabian Gulf and includes butler service, a private elevator, personalized bars and its own cinema. Guests will be treated to a 24-hour concierge, have full access to the spa, indoor and outdoor pools, Wild Wadi Waterpark and the private Burj Al Arab beach. There are also two master bathrooms complete with a full-size jacuzzi and a separate five-head rain shower. The going rate is around $10,000 per night and includes $1,000 resort credit during your stay.

The Manor Grand Palm Suite at One & Only The Palm

Opulent and enchanting, this grand one-bedroom suite sits atop the Manor House and offers expansive living and entertaining spaces, including one of the largest private outdoor terraces we’ve seen. Finished in a contemporary chic design with a subtle taste of Arabia, the suite opens to a large entrance foyer that leads to an open-plan lounge and dining area. If guests need more bedrooms, the Palm Manor Premiere Room inter-connects to the suite to create a two-bedroom suite. The going rate starts around $5,000 per night.

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