Experience global culinary delights at Atlantis, The Palm with your staycation this summer

Take your taste buds on a journey they’ll never forget with the Atlantis Delights Package. Enjoy complimentary breakfast and dinner per person per night, as well as 50% off lunch food servings.

Atlantis is a true culinary destination with some of the best restaurants in Dubai including restaurants by Michelin Star chefs. Book your stay with Atlantis, The Palm and step into another world filled with adventure, fun, relaxation and an array of culinary delights where there is something for everyone.

Our 23 restaurants, bars and lounges offer distinct and different flavours and themes for our guests. From globally acclaimed chefs such as Nobu Matsuhisa, Gordon Ramsay and Giorgio Locatelli, to the bold, contemporary setting of Saffron, an Asian inspired buffet style restaurant different dishes to Ayamna, an authentic Lebanese dining experience with a panoramic show kitchen and traditional entertainment including a belly dancer. Whether you are indulging in traditional Cantonese cuisine at YUAN, or diving into classic French dishes at La Brasserie, there is something to suit every taste at Atlantis.

To book your rooms, please visit: https://www.atlantisthepalm.com/Reservation/Half-Board/book-now

Blackout Dates: 20 December 2017 – 6 January 2018. Additional blackout dates may apply

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