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Atlantis The Royal
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Sunday, 15 October 2023
17:30 Cocktail reception
18:30 Gala Dinner & Ceremony
23:00 Evening will draw to a close
Attire: Black Tie or National Dress
For further information, please see the above tabs.
To contact a member of the events team, please email [email protected]
World Travel Tech Awards events are always in high demand, therefore early booking is highly recommended.
Choose from four exclusive participation packages: (Cannot attend? View our Non-Attendee Winner Packages.)
|Additional Winner Trophy
(For winners with multiple awards)
|Winner Wall Plaque
(Delivered separately by courier after the ceremony)
For those winners who cannot attend our Gala Ceremony to be presented with their award, we offer a series of packages to promote your success.
Delivery periods are typically:
|Additional Digital Winner Pack (less 15%)
For winners who have multiple awards
Additional Winner Trophy/s (less 15%)
|Winner Wall Plaque
Atlantis The Royal is Dubai's iconic new landmark. Crafted by the world's leading designers, architects and artists, this is a destination where everything has been designed to challenge the boundaries of imagination. Be taken on a journey of the impossible, with artful masterpieces, iconic entertainment and beautiful craftsmanship at every turn.
Soaring 43 storeys high, the rooms, suites and signature penthouses are your home away from home with stunning views that steal your breath away. Where the highest level of service sets a new standard in excellence. This is the place where something incredible happens at every moment of your stay. This is Atlantis The Royal.
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