Look Inside the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Insane Dubai Accommodations

Look Inside the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Insane Dubai Accommodations

An over-the-top hotel for larger-than-life ladies.

By Alesandra Dubin

No one travels in style like the The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. And for your wanderlusting pleasure, we bring you a closer look inside the ladies’ lavish accommodations during their trip to Dubai, which we first glimpsed on last night's episode.

The property where Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Eileen Davidson, Erika Girardi, and Kathryn Edwards luxuriated? Atlantis, The Palm.  

During their stay, the cast took over the resort’s Signature Suites including the iconic Royal Bridge Suite. Priced at the equivalent of $35,000 per night in U.S. dollars — let that sink in — the 924-square-meter three-bedroom suite spans the distance between the resort’s two accommodation towers.

It’s accessed only by private elevator, where lucky guests soar 22 stories above Atlantis, where they’re delivered to their own glam reception area, decked with opulent chandeliers, sculptures, hand-painted ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling views.

As for those views, imagine Palm Island on one side, and the Gulf on the other. Expansive balconies make for great places to take in the scenery.

Befitting the glam ladies from Beverly Hills, in-suite dining in the Royal Bridge Suite comes on intricate aqua and gold ornate China set on a gold leaf dining table with room for 16. The master bedroom comes with his and her bathrooms with jetted tubs — and amenities containing 22-karat gold. Off the lounge is a library and media center.

The Real Housewives’ visit also took over the Underwater Suite with floor-to-ceiling views from the master bedroom directly into the Ambassador Lagoon aquarium, which gives the illusion of actually being under the sea.

The 165-square-meters sweet — wild as it may be — rings in at a scant $8,000 per night in comparison.

The Signature Suite benefits include private chefs and a personal butler available around the clock — but of course.

The ladies also found their zen in ShuiQi Spa, checked out the exotic sea life in the Lost Chambers Aquarium, interacted with the animals at Sea Lion Point, and dined at hotspot Nobu Dubai.

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