Beyoncé won $24 million for an hour-long concert in Dubai. This is the hotel she opened, where rooms cost up to $100,000 a night
If you’re feeling cold on Saturday night, you might not want to see what Beyoncé was up to this weekend. That is, unless you’re Nia Long or Kendall Jenner or one of the other stars who attended Queen Bey’s performance at the big reveal of the new Atlantis The Royal in Dubai.
The A-lister would have been paid $24 million for the hour-long VIP concert at the hotel — her first since 2020. It was paychecks like these that helped Beyoncé become one of America’s Richest Self-Made Womenwith a net worth of $450 million.
The concert was equipped with fireworks, an orchestra of 48 womenLebanese dance troupe outfit changes and backup dance the Mayyas. Even his daughter made an appearance, as Blue Ivy would have joined her mother for a rendition of “Brown Skin Girl”.
It ended with a bang (lots of bangs if you watch the leaked video); during the finalBeyoncé rose from the stage on a pillar singing “Drunk in Love” as fireworks went off and flames erupted from a water fountain. And then, like all of us, Beyoncé had to go to bed.
But unlike all of us, she would have slept in a hotel suite that costs $100,000 a night and spans 11,000 square feet. Dubbed the “Royal Mansion,” the room “is the most expensive and, in our opinion, also the largest mansion in the world,” Atlantis Resorts general manager and vice president Timothy Kelly told the local publication. Arab affairs. The mansion also has “the capacity to have 18 bedrooms attached to it,” Kelly added.
The hotel is certainly trying to make a name for itself with its opulence. It all starts with the exterior, which is staggered instead of just upright. Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates of NYC designed it.
And it’s just as showy on the inside as it is intricate on the outside, with a gleaming silver statue in the lobby to announce visitors and gold accents in the hallways.
Standing on 43 floors, there is room for 231 residences and 795 rooms (including 102 suites), making room for private swimming pools and courtyards and for all the guests of the white lotus ilk.
Bloomberg reports that 44 suites feature infinity pools and the world’s largest jellyfish aquarium.
“We were asked to dream big on this project. To create something unique and iconic for Dubai – and when I look at it now, I’m amazed at the boldness of the whole enterprise,” said James von Klemperer, President and Chief Design Officer of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates , in a press release.
While it can’t host a Beyoncé concert every night, the hotel does have celebrity chef restaurants. And the The best passport of the United Arab Emirates in the world could well help to attract tourists and long-term wealthy travelers there.
This story was originally featured on Fortune.com
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