Two luxury resorts and a beach club will open on Bluewaters Island later this year…
It’s welcomed resident superstars such as Celine Dion and Elton John, so we’re expecting very big things from a new upcoming hotel.
Famed Las Vegas spot Caesars Palace has revealed it is opening not one, but two accommodation options in Dubai – and we don’t even have to wait that long.
In a collaboration between Caesars Entertainment and Dubai based developer Meraas, the luxury hotspots are set to welcome guests in the last quarter of 2018.
The hotels will be situated on Bluewaters Island, the huge manmade island off the coast of JBR (and home to the currently-in-construction Ain Dubai).
So, what can future hotel guests expect to find? Well, there’ll be two options, one of which is a 178-key Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai, the only other Caesars Palace outside of Las Vegas.
The decadent venue will feature one indoor and two outdoor pools, a sprawling 630-square-metre spa and health centre, a beach club and six restaurants, as well as an events space and business centre.
The second location, Caesars Bluewaters Dubai, will be made up of 301 hotel rooms along with two outdoor pools, three eateries, meeting rooms and an event hall.
Both hotels will offer direct access to a 450-metre private beach, and guests will be treated to “a unique mix of live entertainment, gourmet celebrity restaurants and the highest-level of service”, according to a statement.
“The landmark arrangement with Caesars Entertainment, which aims to establish Bluewaters as a world-class tourist attraction with exclusive international entertainment opportunities, is a significant achievement for the emirate’s thriving hospitality and entertainment sectors,” said Meraas’ group chairman, HE Abdulla Al Habbai.
Aside from the two Caesars venues, Bluewaters Island will also play home to 10 apartment buildings, and around 200 restaurants and shops.
It will also house Ain Dubai, which is expected to become the world’s largest observation wheel when it opens this year, standing at 210 metres high with 48 spacious stone-floored capsules.
Once open, the island can be accessed via a 265-metre pedestrian bridge from The Beach at JBR, an exit from Sheikh Zayed Road, or a monorail system.
We’re counting down the days until we can take a look…