10 Dubai Mega-Hotels and Luxury Homes Coming Shortly

  • Oct. 19, 2022
10 Dubai Mega-Hotels and Luxury Homes Coming Shortly

New hotels are constantly opening in Dubai. Even when the number of hotels in the city approaches 800, leaders and visionaries show no indication of stopping down. Later this year, the new Dubai hotel Atlantis The Royal will have its grand launch, but there are other more noteworthy hospitality developments to anticipate.

2022 Atlantis, The Royal

The 43-story resort will have 231 luxury apartments, 693 hotel rooms, and 102 suites, all with views of the Arabian Sea and Palm Island. According to reports, French interior design specialist Sybille de Margerie commissioned a number of brilliant contemporary painters to personalize each house. The resort will also have 90 swimming pools, including a rooftop infinity pool hanging 90 meters above the earth on the 22nd floor.

Bab Al Shams, 2023

The Bab Al Shams Desert Resort will reopen for reservations on April 15, 2023, after coming under the supervision of the company that oversees Atlantis and One&Only. On May 8, this year, the opulent desert resort closed its doors for a comprehensive restoration.

The Ciel Tower in 2023

In 2023, Ciel Hotel will be the highest hotel in the world. The 365-meter-tall structure will contribute to the skyline of Dubai Marina and is operated by The First Group, a Dubai-based property developer.

The FIVE LUXE in 2023

The new FIVE complex, scheduled to debut in 2023, will have 232 hotel rooms, 212 serviced homes, seven dining and entertainment locations, a spa, a communal pool, and a private beach. FIVE stated in a statement, "The property will really infuse the distinctive and unique Vibe of FIVE, which is worldwide renowned for its tailored entertainment and culinary offerings."

Monaco, the heart of Europe's Côte d'Azur (TBC)

The Heart of Europe is a $5 billion construction two miles off the coast of Dubai that resembles six islands. The Côte d'Azur resort was designed to connect contemporary cities with European culture, gastronomic experiences, and hospitality. It is one of the main attractions on the islands.

Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab, 2023

The opening of the Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab hotel in 2023 will signal a new era for the Jumeirah Group. Its design was inspired by a superyacht, and it is situated next to the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah and Jumeirah Beach Hotel.

Kempinski Floating Palace, 2023

The floating complex, which is scheduled to open in 2023, will have a four-part main building capped by a glass pyramid. In addition to more than 150 bedrooms and suites, the hotel will have 12 luxury villas linked by "pontoons." The two, three, and four houseboats are for sale, but hotel guests may also rent them.

The Lana at Dubai's Dorchester Collection in 2023

The renowned Dorchester Collection hotel Lana is anticipated to debut in July 2023. The hotel will add 225 rooms to the neighborhood. Foster + Partners, the same company that created The House of Wisdom in Sharjah, designed the remarkable 30-story building. The hotel will provide guests with boat access to the Beach Club at One at Palm Jumeirah (also from The Dorchester Collection) in an effort to capitalize on Dubai's resurgent 'ultra luxury' market.

Wasl Tower, Mandarin Oriental, 2023

Next year, the Mandarin Oriental Wasl Tower will open. The 63-story skyscraper will have 257 rooms and suites in addition to private apartments with views of Burj Khalifa and Downtown Dubai.

Terra Solis Dubai, 2022

This year, the Tomorrowland music festival will arrive in Dubai through a glamping hideaway in the desert. Terra Solis will open in September in Dubailand, Al Yufra, 25 minutes from the Burj Khalifa, according its website.