Neha Kakkar, Rohanpreet's honeymoon at Atlantis Dubai costs Rs 90,000 a night?

Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh's wedding reports were abuzz online since quite a while. Now, it seems their honeymoon at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai is making headlines. The couple shared photos and videos from their dreamy honeymoon and fans are going gaga over it.

The cost

Neha and Rohanpreet had jetted off to Dubai on November 8, 2020. While the couple was earlier staying at Palazzo Versace Dubai, a few days back, the couple had shifted to Dubai’s most famous resort, Atlantis, The Palm.

The lowest price of staying at Atlantis, The Palm, for two adults amounts to Rs 26,834. And the highest price option for a couple is the Presidential Suite, which costs around Rs 3, 21,414 per night. Other suites range from Rs 60,000 to Rs 1,00,000.

From Neha’s Instagram posts, it looks like the couple is staying at the Regal Suite Club of the luxury hotel. According to a TOI report, the couple is said to have spent approximately 90k per night for their stay in Dubai.

Thanking the hospitality, Neha called her honeymoon to be the best.

The lavish wedding

It was on October 9, 2020, when Neha had introduced the 'Mister Right' of her life, Rohanpreet Singh. After 15 days, Neha tied the knot with the love of her life, Rohanpreet Singh on October 24, 2020.

On workfront

After spending a loving with her hubby Neha is soon going to be in action, as her show Indian Idol 2020 is a few days away from its release.

Neha will resume work with Indian Idol 2020 soon. Neha along with Vishal Dadlani and Himesh Reshammiya is the judge of the new season of the much-loved reality show. Indian Idol 2020 will hit the tube from November 28, and it will be Neha's first project after marriage with Rohanpreet.

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