Inside world's blingiest hotel with £160K suites, gold toothbrushes, 'dolphin meditation' and champagne vending machine | The Sun

IF you're planning a holiday to Dubai and fancy being treated like true royalty, consider a stay at Atlantis The Royal Dubai.

That is, of course, if you don't mind blowing up to £160,000 a night on your accommodation.

This weekend the hotel had a huge launch party featuring A-list guests – and even flew in pop megastar Beyonce to perform a one-hour set.

Bey, 41, who has not performed in four years, was paid a whopping £20million to hit the stage at the super-exclusive do.

The gig, which was strictly invitation only and enjoyed by only 300 guests, featured a surprise appearance from her daughter Blue Ivy.

A-list guests in attendance included model Kendall Jenner, actress Rebel Wilson and former One Direction member Liam Payne.


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Guests sipped on 4,000 bottles of Moet & Chandon champagne, which were put in vending machines with free access.

Kendall Jenner also threw a lavish launch party for her new tequila brand, 818, at the hotel's Cloud 22 Skypool.

Atlantis Resorts, owners of The Royal, spared no expense to ensure the party lived up to the hotel's hype, with the Middle East's first-ever water and fire fountain on display and a half hour firework set to cap off the night.

The hotel, which is estimated to have cost $1.4billion to build, is billed as the flashiest in the world with mind-blowing perks and facilities. Here we reveal what lucky guests can expect from their stay.

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The hotel is said to be one of the most luxurious in the worldCredit: Getty
Gold pleated toothbrushes, combs and razors await guests at The Royal
The hotel comes with a number of private poolsCredit: Getty

If you're fortunate enough to bag yourself a room, you can look forward to brushing your teeth with a sleek gold-plated toothbrush.

Presented in a sleek wooden box, there's also a gold comb, hairbrush and razor, as well as the usual toiletries.

Best of all, guests don't have to feel bad about slipping them in their bag, as hotel bosses reportedly expect this to happen.

The hotel has 795 rooms, 44 of which have their own infinity pool. The cheapest will set you back £1,000 a night.

Beyonce, hubby Jay Z and their kids reportedly stayed in the Royal Mansion suite, which costs £80,000 a night and boasts four rooms, a cinema and a private pool.

If extra space is required, it can be converted to 15 rooms at £160,000 a night.

There's even a 'menu' of pillows, offering seven different options ranging from 'buckwheat' to pregnancy, and personal butlers at your beck and call.

Guests can choose from 17 restaurants and five bars, where recipes by eight world-renowned celebrity chefs are cooked to perfection.

At British chef Heston Blumenthal's bar, guests can marvel at the 21ft high aquarium which has 4,000 jellyfish.

At one of the bars, to book one of its 20 tables is said to cost up to £20,000.

And when the pressures of life prove get too much, a meditation session with dolphins at the hotel is sure to lift your spirits.

Guests who have some spare cash can also head to the hotel's shop where classic art from the legendary Picasso is on sale.

The Royal offers breathtaking views of the Arabian Sea and Palm Island.

Designed by top architects, it features six towers joined together by a 90ft infinity pool and is 43 storeys high.

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The hotel sits on 406,000 square metres, and is a huge addition to Dubai's iconic skyline which features buildings such as the Burj Khalifa.

The hotel will be available to book from February.

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