The reservations for this new resort have also opened for the guests from 31 October, while the resort is slated to start operating from next year.
Providing views out over the Palm Island and the Arabian Sea, the 43-storey resort will feature a total of 795 guestrooms, a 90m-long pool, named Skypool, on its 22nd floor and a large jellyfish aquarium with 4,000 moon jellies.
The property will have 44 suites and brand’s signature penthouses offering various luxury amenities, such as private swimming pool and other butler services.
The guests will be able to control and personalise different facilities, including thermostat, lighting and television, using their mobile phones.
As many as 17 in-house restaurants and bars, featuring various culinary experts and chefs, will be available at the hotel.
The six-tower resort will have an outdoor entertainment hub, named ‘Cloud 22’, which will include private plunge pools, a swim up-bar, a head-shaped DJ booth, and VIP cabanas.
Atlantis Dubai managing director Tim Kelly said: “Our moment is finally here to reveal Atlantis The Royal as the world’s most ultra-luxury entertainment resort.
“Openings of resorts like this one only come around once or twice in a decade, and we can’t wait to share it with the world.
“As these new images demonstrate, this is a resort like no other and the building itself will become an instantly recognisable icon of the Dubai skyline.
“We are excited to begin welcoming guests next year and treat them to an experience they will never forget.”
Earlier in April this year, Kerzner International started operating a luxury desert resort, Bab Al Shams, in Dubai.