Dubai’s love for opulence is clearly visible in its glamorous and oftentimes gaudy hotels. The Burj Al Arab was nicknamed a ‘seven-star’ hotel over a decade ago and the Atlantis has more attractions than one can ever hope to count in a lifetime.
In a glitzy mood, this slay squad decided to take a trip to Dubai to indulge at the best suites on offer at the country’s ultra-luxurious hotels.

How much do the riotously rich shell out for a night of unlimited indulgence?

Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab Price: $24,000 + 20% charges Size: 780sqm Emirate: Dubai Features: Two bedrooms, two sea view majlis, private cinema, study room, dining and living area, a rotating bed and a pillow menu Symbolic of Dubai’s penchant for lavishness and extravagance, Burj Al Arab assures its royal suite guests a luxuriously private stay. Amenities include a personal elevator, private butlers, in-suite check in and check out, complimentary access to Wild Wadi Waterpark, Sinbads Kids club and full access to Assawan Health Club.

Slay bambinis love the royal suite at Bhurj Al Arab

Inside the Royal Suite at Bhurj Al Arab with Slay bambinis

Hmmm the royal suite sheets are so luxurious they make you squirm in delight

Be prepared to spend mega Moolah when you stay at the Bhurj Al Arab

Underwater Suite Atlantis

The Digs: The twin Neptune and Poseidon Underwater Suites at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai. Size: 1,776 square feet. Price: $8,167 a night, each. The Skinny: Nothing at this lavish hotel (or in Dubai, for that matter) is understated. Wake up to breathtaking underwater views, including the ancient ruins of the mythical lost city of Atlantis and its 65,000 marine inhabitants. With floor to ceiling windows looking straight into the Ambassador Lagoon, we guarantee you will be blown away.

Wake Up To This

Indulge in the ultimate relaxation. Each Underwater Suite comes equipped with an exquisite ensuite bathroom, complete with floor to ceiling views looking upon the majestic underwater Ambassador Lagoon

Royal Bridge Suite, Atlantis The Palm

Price: $37997 + 20% charges Size: 924 square metres (sqm) Emirate: Dubai Features: Three bedrooms, a grand living room, a dining room which seats 16, a majilis and two spacious terraces The palatial royal bridge suite spans the arch that links the two towers of the hotel and promises stunning views of The Palm and the Arabian Sea.
It has its own guarded entrance and elevator along with a dedicated team of people from butlers to chefs. Complimentary facilities include Dubai airport pick-up, two Dolphin Encounters, and access to Imperial Club, Aquaventure Waterpark and The Lost Chambers Aquarium.

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