Elle Macpherson is back, and with her a new TV series of Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model (BINTM). And if they were looking for a glamourous location to launch the show, they have found it at Atlantis The Palm, one of Dubai’s finest hotels.

The first episode of Britain’s Next Top Model, which aired 9 July 2012 on Sky Living, showed how the 20 models and, of course, the judges, enjoyed themselves at the crown jewel of Palm Jumeirah.

From the beachside sophistication of Nasimi Beach to the elegance of Nobu Bar, Atlantis The Palm showcased its best assets on the BINTM program.

If you want to see more of this spectacular hotel don’t miss the second episode of Britain & Ireland’s Next Top Model,  which is due to air on 16 July 2012. However, if you really want to discover for yourself what staying at this luxurious resort feels like, you can always contact Kenwood Travel for a holiday at Atlantis the Palm.

This is the best time to do it, since we are featuring a couple of incredible summer offers for Atlantis The Palm, Dubai:

*FREE Half Board at Atlantis The Palm when booking with Kenwood Travel

(Valid from now to 30 September 2012)

*Do More In Dubai

Emirates and Dubai Tourism & Commerce Marketing are offering families great offers across the city for families with children under the age of 12.

Children stay and eat free – two children per room sharing with two paying adults.

Atlantis’ restaurants participating in the promotion include Kaleidoscope, Saffron, Levantine, Ronda Locatelli, Nasimi Beach, Rostang, The Shore, The Edge, Sharkbites and The Burger Joint

(Valid from now to 30 September 2012)

Further attractions, excursions and sports activities which are offered in conjunction with “DO MORE IN DUBAI” will be advised by Government of Dubai. A booklet with relevant vouchers and discounts will be handed to the guest upon check-in

*All offers/prices subject to availability

4 nights from £899 per adult
4 nights from £2556 per family, based on 2 adults and 2 children under 12


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