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Will You Pay the Price for These Luxury Suites?

There’s a price to pay, if you want to live like royalty, even just for a day. If you really want to get more from your money, then book a night at any of these luxury suites in Dubai. Get ready to tip your bank account to the last penny.

Underwater Suite

Atlantis The Palm in Dubai definitely lived up to its name by providing guests that Atlantis experience, with its aquatic-themed room. This particular luxury accommodation has windows that stretch from floor to ceiling and overlooks into the Ambassador Lagoon that house thousands of underwater creatures. One night will set you back around $28,000.


Royal Suite

This two-bedroom accommodation in the Burj Al Arab is what you would expect from a hotel that proclaims itself as the world’s most luxurious. Here, you can luxuriate in one of the two bathrooms, do a movie marathon in your own private cinema, and sleep with the world spinning around you atop a rotating bed. All these, plus a personal elevator, will cost you $18,716 a night. Nothing you can’t afford, right?


Imperial Suite

This 2-storey accommodation at The Palace Downtown Dubai hotel is designed for people travelling in groups or with the entire family. Even with a large brood in tow, you won’t have to worry about it getting crammed as the suite has 4 bedrooms and bathrooms, 2 living rooms and dining rooms, and a private balcony. What’s more surprising is that one night will only set you back around $4,000.


Residence Suites

When staying at the JA Palm Tree Court Hotel, be sure to stay at what is billed as the most impressive accommodation in this hotel. A night’s stay comes with complimentary spa treatments and butler service. Dinner will be served at the resort’s private beach, if you so desire. To while away the time, you can get watersports lessons and make the most of the 800-metere beach. But really, would you leave your room when booking rate starts at $800 a night?


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