If you’re one of those luxury travellers who likes to stay ahead of the curve, then you’ll be excited to hear about some new hotel openings in the Middle East set for 2022. These breathtaking properties are sure to offer guests a once-in-a-lifetime experience, with exquisite décor, top-notch amenities and world-class service. So if you’re looking to book your next luxury getaway, make sure to add these properties to your list!

New Luxury Hotels in Dubai, 2022

Atlantis The Royal Resort & Residences, Dubai

Opening in September 2022, Atlantis, The Royal, will be a landmark destination at The Palm Jumeirah, where the sea meets the sky, combining the blue waters of the Arabian Gulf with the contemporary skyline Dubai is known for. The resort surges 43 storeys high and is close to the magnificent Atlantis, The Palm.

The Atlantis The Royal will feature classic designs, creating a contrast with Dubai’s otherwise rapidly and constantly changing architecture. The interiors focus on a refined and timeless look, modernizing the traditional. The hotel will have 795 ocean themed rooms, paired with a breath-taking view of the Arabian Gulf and some with their own private infinity pools.

The new luxury hotel in Dubai will be home to 17 world-class restaurants, ensuring that your dining is as pleasant as your stay. Celebrity chefs like Heston Blumenthal and Gastón Acurio, and the Ling Ling restaurant serving Cantonese cuisine with 180-degree panoramic views of Dubai, will make for an exquisite gastronomic experience.

With an emphasis on wellness, the resort will have a 3,000 sqm spa facility inspired by natural elements such as air, water and the earth. In addition, 6 Hammam Sensorium, 17 treatment rooms, a styling salon, indoor and outdoor fitness space will help guests relax and rejuvenate holistically.

Unparalleled luxury and sustainability go hand in hand at Atlantis. The hotel balances the three dimensions of sustainable development, tirelessly work to reduce their carbon footprint, and house 65000 marine animals as part of their animal welfare program.