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To commemorate reaching 1 million followers on Facebook, Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai  is rewarding their followers with the launch of the world’s first social-media themed hotel suite on March 18.

The five-star Dubai hotel and resort is offering its Facebook followers a chance to win a free one night’s stay in the Atlantis Fan Suite with bookings being taken every day until December 2018.

The new ‘Atlantis Fan Suite’ will incorporate Facebook capabilities and functions into almost every aspect of the room. Instead of the traditional key card, guests that check in will be required to unlock room with their Facebook login. For room services, guest can access a personal butler by using a real-life Facebook ‘Poke button’.  The room itself features a digital social media mirror, which doubles as a Facebook feed and message board. And, as you probably guessed, the furniture and amenities,  from the couches to bath soaps, are all customized to depict social media slogans.

To top it off, the complimentary stay also includes VIP amenities and Atlantis Imperial Club benefits such as Imperial Club lounge access, personal concierge service in addition to unlimited complimentary access to Aquaventure Waterpark Dubai and The Lost Chambers Aquarium

Atlantis, The Palm is known for its breathtaking views and iconic destination. The Dubai hotel resort receives about 2,500 posts tagging the resort every week and 147,762 uses of the hashtag #AtlantisThePalm every year, according to SVP, Sales, Marketing and PR Ravini Perera. 

“It has been such an achievement to reach the one million fan mark on Facebook, and we felt now was the time to give back and say thank you to all of our fans for their continuous support and for sharing their content with us over the years,” Perera said in a statement.

To win a stay at the Atlantis Fan Suite, ‘like’ The Atlantis, The Palm Facebook page to enter and visit for more information.

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