Both towers are connected by a 45-m-long sky bridge. Each tower consists of 3 reinforced concrete sub-towers. The complex will offer 791 guest rooms and suites as well as 231 serviced residences. It will also feature private gardens, an 85-m-high sky garden, an infinity pool overlooking the Gulf and Dubai, a cutting-edge fitness centre and modern spa therapies. In preparation for Dubai’s Expo 2020, the resort is considered one of Dubai’s largest projects.
There will be 65 outdoor pools, 1.7 km of private beach, with a choice of 36 different restaurants and water experiences. The Royal Atlantis will be the new landmark of Dubai, building on the success of Atlantis The Palm.