Hip Hop enthusiast Mo Mansour has arrived in Dubai 18 months ago and fell in love with the city. The Egyptian-Canadian banker has left Dubai to continue his career in Athens, but not without paying a musical tribute to the city with “Dubai State of Mind”, which has become a local sensation on local social media sites, blogs and radio stations.
Atlantis has interviewed Mo Mansour about his song, his collaboration with Emma Hayes, and future plans… and here are some exerpts: Read More »
The Lost Chambers, the home of over 20 marine habitats and 65,000 fish and marine life, invites guests, visitors to Dubai and residents of the Emirates to experience the Arabian Family Nights every Tuesday, from 7pm- 10pm, starting this April 19. Guests can explore and discover this unforgettable Arabic atmosphere with an extensive collection of exhibits, pools, lagoons and underwater ruins showcasing an impressive variety of marine life including sharks, eels, rays, piranhas, hundreds of exotic and tropical fish. Read More »
Following 4 successful years, Atlantis is proud to be hosting the 5th Dubai Chill Out Festival with a massive lineup of live acts and DJs that is sure to top the previous years, with Erykah Badu, Röyksopp, The Cinematic Orchestra and Hot Chip, to name a few.
The Chill Out Festival has been known for its diverse line-up of Read More »
Seafire Steakhouse has grabbed the award for Best Steakhouse Restaurant in Dubai at Time Out Dubai Restaurant Awards 2011, where the top chefs and industry officials converged for the 6th annual ceremony in association with VISA, held at The Ritz-Carlton, DIFC, marking the official launch of the 2011 Time Out Dubai Eating Out Guide.
“Dubai is shaping up to be the culinary capital of the world,” said James Alexander, Editorial Director of Time Out GCC. “With continued high profile openings, and more than a thousand restaurants spanning the spectrum of world cuisines, the food scene here in Dubai only gets more exciting. Our awards celebrate the best of the best across 21 award categories, with decisions based on strict criteria that take into account the whole dining experience, from the quality of the ingredients and the skills of the chef, to the service, atmosphere and value for money.” Read More »
Atlantis The Palm joined millions of people around the World last night to celebrate Earth Hour, for 60 minutes, by switching off the lights at the Royal Towers in Dubai, to raise awareness on climate change and global warming.