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Beyonc, a $100k-a-night suite and a red carpet of influencers: Dubai basks in its booming economy

by Dubaiforum

Key Points

  • A concert, which took place over the weekend, was the grand finale event of Atlantis The Royal’s “grand reveal,” whose 1,500 guests included model Kendall Jenner, rapper Jay-Z and a host of other influencers, socialites and royals.
  • Rooms at the ultra-luxury hotel go for an average rate of $1,000 per night, and Atlantis the Royal’s top-end suite costs a casual $100,000 per night.
  • Dubai in the last year registered a record 219 sales in homes classified as “ultra-prime,” or selling for $10 million and higher more than the cumulative total recorded in the decade between 2010 and 2020.

Beyonc performs on stage headlining the Grand Reveal of Dubai’s newest luxury hotel, Atlantis The Royal on January 21, 2023 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates It was the talk of the town. Of the entire country, really and then some.

Beyonc was performing her first live concert in more than four years at a private event for the opening of Atlantis The Royal, a $1.4 billion luxury hotel and residential project eight years in the making, located on the outer ring of Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah, a man-made beach archipelago in the Arabian Sea. The megastar was paid a reported $24 million for the night.


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