Royal Tent — best looking structures
in the Middle East

Arch Tents

Arched tents — the exclusive modular tent system, designed by Royal Tent®. Extremely durable and elegant they combine all the advantages needed for a demanding industry of events.

Geodesic Domes

Eye-catching spherical tents attractive by its perfect geometry. Perfectly stretched they are ideal for 360 degrees projection and as a central structure in a multiple tent project.


Our customers

Tent elements

Wind resistance up to 35 m/sec (126 km/hour). Free standing, self-balanced. Tent skin is stretched over the frame with tension mechanism for ideal tensile properties. Guaranteed new, clean PVC and frame, free from wrinkles, scratches, dirt and rust.

Tent elements

Here are the main parts and elements of the tent explained on one of our most beautiful arch tent structures Arch Hexa 260sqm with the side arch width of 10m.

  • Rein forced steel frame with dip galvanized or powder coated anticorrosio finishing.
  • Frame load capacity up to 54 kg per linear meter.
  • Center point of the arch load capacity is up to 150 kg.
  • UV resistant. Fire retardant High quality PVC, 15 years warranty.
  • Standard PVC thickness for rental structure is 900gsm, with tear strength 900N.
  • Standard rental PVC is translucent (allows some light to come through, gives nice warm light inside without the need to use additional lights during the day).
  • Banner, blackout or transparent PVC is also available for both roof and sides.

Download a FREE floor plan builder template

An easy tool to create an event layout plan in minutes, by a simple copy paste.

All main tent structures and furniture items are made in scale and you can combine and insert them into your space to see if it fits well. Measuring scale can help you create shapes (stage, podium, welcome zone, other tent sizes or areas, etc) with custom size.

It’s Super easy, you don’t need to have any special designer skills or install any special software, just use whatever you already have on your computer (Paint, Paint Brush or any other).

This FREE tool is made for event project managers, event planners and other professionals of the event industry to save their time on planning the event layout, calculating seating capacity inside given space and creating a presentable floor plan for their clients.

Please fill up the form and we will send you a download link with the file.

For some examples of the set up and inspiration you can check the Projects section of our website.


Semenov Аnton

How to choose the right tent?
and avoid 10 critical mistakes that can ruin your event?

Message from the CEO:

In Royal Tent we aim to be perfect on everything, but our key elements of focus are: Safety, Quality and Time management.

Our customers' needs always come first before ours, that’s why we constantly over deliver and exceed the expectations and will continue to do so. Our word is strong and concrete and for all we do we give Double Guarantee.

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    Site visit is a must. Make sure that there is nothing blocking the installation of the tent or the access to the site. Check the ground for any manholes or emergency access points. Make sure to measure correctly and chose the size of the tent accordingly.
  2. 2


    What is the event? Chose the capacity of the tent and its required size according to your event's objectives and industry standards, do not compromise on safety and guests' experience.
  3. 3


    When possible make a full design in 3D, this will help you understand the event flow and see the items, you might have missed.
  4. 4


    Set your objectives, choose based on them. Chasing the lowest price can mislead you away from your objectives and lead to wasting your money and time. Choose based on the value you get, not based on the price you pay. Always choose the best value.
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    Plan for a proper welcome zone, decide what type of doors and side walls do you need (solid, blackout or transparent), what branding is required. Think of branding requirements. Branding the walls will give you both quality and cost efficiency. Plan for a proper emergency exits.
  6. 6


    Plan for a proper lighting. Use the advantages of the tent to create a nice and comfortable ambience for your guests. Set several options for the lights, so you can control the intensity depending on the day time and on what is happening inside.
  7. 7


    Make it less but better. The steel truss can provide you plenty of support you need and will keep it neat and easy to work with.
  8. 8


    Work you timing. Put a realistic plan and control the critical points. See your bottle neck and try to avoid it. Remember that 70% of the success is in the preparation.
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    Check if the ground on the site is leveled. Choose the right flooring according to your event’s objectives.