Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright made sure they ended their honeymoon in true Wright style by spending their last night in a beautiful underwater honeymoon suite at Atlantis, The Palm, in Dubai. The otherworldly room looks out onto one of the biggest aquariums in the world and comes with a price tag of just over £5,000 per night.
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Naturally, the newlywed couple were so over the moon with their suite – which boasts underwater opulence with floor-to-ceiling views directly into The Ambassador Lagoon aquarium – that they were torn between staying in or going out. While they eventually decided to venture out, Mr and Mrs Wright planned to head back to their extra special three-storey accommodation early to enjoy the illusion of being beneath the sea.
Mark and Michelle stayed in a beautiful underwater honeymoon suite at Atlantis, The Palm
No doubt they made plenty of time to catch a glimpse of the exotic array of sea inhabitants while they were there – and Mark's Twitter snaps show they were successful. Atlantis, The Palm is home to over 65,000 marine animals including baby stingrays, moon jellies, moray eels, piranha, lionfish and hammerhead sharks.
The majestic five-star hotel situated on the largest man-made island in the world also boasts an incredible 23 restaurants, bars and lounges serving cuisines from 28 different countries, a 42-acre waterpark, and ancient ruins and a spa.
The couple's whirlwind honeymoon came to a close in style
Kim Kardashian is a big fan of the Atlantis Signature Suites following her stay there last year in one of the most expensive hotel rooms in Dubai, and her sister Khloé Kardashian stayed in Mark and Michelle's room last week.
Their honeymoon suite looks onto one of the world's largest aquariums
Mark and Michelle's final night of luxury marks the end of their two-week honeymoon, which has seen them enjoy a stint in Dubai as well as in the Maldives. The pair kicked off their romantic break in the luxury paradise island resort of Maafushivaru, where they stayed in one of the traditional water villas which sit on stilts over the lagoon and have floor-to-ceiling windows and direct access to the water.
The 5-star hotel's aquarium is home to 65,000 marine animals