The Royal Atlantis Residences lies on the crescent of The Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, one of the world’s most exclusive addresses, and the ultimate location to call home

The Royal Atlantis Residences are set to become one of the most coveted global addresses and represent Dubai’s first ‘super-prime’ branded residences. This new ultra-luxury Resort & Residences, located on the iconic Palm Jumeirah, will feature architecture from the finest international designers and benefit from uninterrupted views of both the Ocean and Dubai’s iconic skyline. 

“At The Royal Atlantis Residences the values at its core are delivering the very best homes in terms of design, architecture and interiors of course; but more than that its discretion and privacy; first-rate experiences and service. These key components are what truly distinguish this development as best-in-class not only for Dubai, but globally” says Maria Morris, Partner, Head of Residential at Knight Frank Middle East.

The iconic development, with its unique location next to the world-famous Atlantis resort, will be a striking new architectural icon in its own right when it completes in 2021. Designed by one of the world’s most pre-eminent architecture firms, Kohn Pederson Fox, The Royal Atlantis Residences includes a selection of two, three, four and five bedroom apartments, skycourts penthouses and garden suites ranging in size from 133 to 1,739 square metres. This will usher in a new era of living in Dubai with exclusive doorstep access to exciting restaurants and entertainment, as well as unsurpassed resort experiences and every service one could imagine.

“The designers engaged to mastermind the project have been drawn from a global pool of experts. As a result, buyers can expect architecture, interiors, on-site facilities and landscaping not just bar-raising for Dubai, but internationally. We are creating living experiences with broad global appeal for highly discerning individuals, who have travelled the world and expect the very best in design, architecture and lifestyle”, continues Maria.

The Residences include 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom residences, Sky Courts boasting sky-high private landscaped terraces, Penthouses with their own expansive terrace, featuring breath-taking pools and luxurious living and dining spaces and a select number of Garden Suites boasting two landscaped gardens featuring a private pool and entertainment space. Residents at The Royal Atlantis will also have access to Michellin Starred chef restaurants, such as Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Estiatorio Milos by Costas Spiliadis, La Mar by Gastón Acurio, Jaleo by José Andrés, Hakkasan, and Ariana’s Kitchen by Ariana Bundy. 

Want to find out more about The Royal Atlantis Residences ?

For more information, please contact Maria Morris, Partner, Head of Residential, Knight Frank Middle East: +971 4 4267 639


It’s Dubai’s crowning glory and offers residents the best in five-star luxury. Find out that there is more to life on the Persian Gulf island

The very idea of living on the world’s largest artificial island suggests a life beyond the ordinary, and this is certainly an expectation that living on the Palm Jumeirah meets, if not exceeds. Construction of the man-made archipelago started in 2001 and first opened to residents in 2006. The mixed-purpose developments on the island are called home by more than 10,000 people, many of whom have paid real premiums to experience the most luxurious in waterfront living. The island is connected to the UAE mainland by road and a monorail.


A giant island shaped like a palm tree may evoke a sense of simple tranquillity, but the island’s infrastructure can be considered anything but. In virtually every sense the Palm Jumeirah is self-sufficient, meaning residents rarely need to venture off the archipelago if they so wish. The retail options are strong, too, with the glittering Golden Mile Galleria and The Point shopping centres at its heart, while the island’s ‘trunk’ has all the public services – schools, hospitals, nurseries – you’d expect on the mainland proper. 


Aside from the private beaches their homes back onto, residents can enjoy their own mini-break on any number of the island’s fronds. Luxury resorts are bountiful. Whether that’s a lazy afternoon spent in the infinity pool of the WHITE Beach at Atlantis The Palm, to a sand-between-the-toes beach club experience at DRIFT beach in the One&Only Royal Mirage, the island has been engineered to be an oasis of calm. The tranquillity instilled is anything but artificial.


Pretty much like everything else on Palm Jumeirah, the food and drink options available across the archipelago maintain a five-star experience as the standard. With many restaurants internationally recognised, several are destinations in their own right. Diners can celebrate special occasions at Nobu or enjoy sumptuous sub-aquatic fine-dining at Ossanio, Atlantis The Palm. For more relaxed fare, diners should head to Bonfire, a beachside restaurant at the Kempinski Hotel & Residences, which always has an exotic barbeque on the go. 


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