Even Kim Kardashian has surpassed herself. The reality TV queen hit Dubai on Friday and is currently staying at Atlantis The Palm where she is residing in the Royal Bridge Suite, one of the world’s most expensive.
Words can't describe how grateful I am to be back in Dubai. I love it here so much! pic.twitter.com/cg3LlB3375— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) November 21, 2014
Naturally, Kim shared her pure delight with her more than 25 million followers on Twitter, writing: "Words can't describe how grateful I am to be back in Dubai. I love it here so much!" alongside a black-and-white snapshot of Dubai's iconic skyline.
Just three hours after arriving in the millionarie's playground the brunette had already put together a video giving the world a glimpse of the exquisite opulence of The Palm, showing her and her friends in the resort, which is ranked among the most luxurious in the world.
— Kim KardashianWest (@KimKardashian) November 21, 2014
"Dubai we're here!!!!" wrote the Kardashian princess alongside the short video. Next on the itinerary was a yacht trip for Kim, who posed alongside girlfriends in a black floor-length sheer number with a matching bikini underneath.
And a little about the place Kim will call home during her stay in Dubai. The lavish marine-themed Atlantis is the majestic focal point of Palm Jumeirah, the world-famous man-made island that has long captured the world's imagination.
Kim & Carla TakeDubaipic.twitter.com/iFywbu5YDT
— Kim KardashianWest (@KimKardashian) November21, 2014
It boasts an incredible 23 restaurants, bars and lounges serving over 28 different cuisines and some of which are award-winning, a 42-acre waterpark, an 11,500,000-litre aquarium with an exotic array of sea creatures, mystical antiquities and ancient ruins and a spa.
The Royal Bridge Suite, where Kim will unwind after a fun-filled day, is a 924-square metre palatial penthouse offering unparalleled 180-degree views of The Palm, the Arabian Sea and the Underwater Suite, where guests can sleep amidst a mythical lost city of 65,000 marine inhabitants.
It has its own guarded entrance and lift along with a dedicated team of people from butlers to chefs on hand to ensure that guests' every need is fulfilled. With three sumptuous bedrooms, a grand living room, a dining room which seats 16, a majilis and two spacious terraces, we're not sure Kim will mange to see much of Dubai at all...