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US$ 100 million refurbishment plan for Atlantis The Palm

In light of Dubai Tourism’s vision of attracting 20 million visitors per year by 2020, Atlantis announced an extensive refurbishment programme across Atlantis, The Palm.

This will also include expansion with the brands second property – The Royal Atlantis Resort and Residences – also located on The Palm.

The year so far has been optimistic for the property with impressive results for the first five months of 2017. Occupancy levels were on an average at 93%, with an 11% increase year-on-year. The property witnessed an increase in guests from Russia, China, India and European countries such as France and Germany.

The resort has commenced its three-year refurbishment programme, including the resorts 1539 rooms and suites. The project will see 50 rooms and suites refurbished every six weeks, with completion scheduled for 2019 just in time for World Expo 2020.

Additionally, all day dining restaurant Kaleidoscope is currently under renovation and will re-open in September 2017. Further projects planned are re-design of Ayamna Bar, Nasimi Beach and The Imperial Club.

The room renovation project comes ahead of launch of Atlantis’ second Dubai property the US$1.4 billion Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences, scheduled for launch in late 2019. The new property will offer 231 Residences and 795 guest rooms and suites.