After being closed for a number of weeks due to the COVID-19 restrictions in Dubai, Bluewaters beach club Cove Beach has reopened its facilities to the public.

As of Thursday May 28, the beach club is open between 10am and sunset.

In-keeping with health and safety guidelines from authorities, the beach club will be running at 50 per cent capacity. This is to ensure social distancing measures are in place, with a minimum of two metres being kept between each sunbed.

Furthermore, guests must bring their own towels.

 

 

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For those wishing to take a dip and use the Cove Beach facilities, there’s a Dhs200 entry free in place. However, this can be fully redeemed on the food and beverage menu.

If you’re looking for a nice lunch spot without beach access, the restaurant Cove2.0 is open for guests.

The reopening of the beach club comes after movement restrictions in Dubai were in order to kick-start businesses getting back to a sense of normality.

Along with this, many weekend brunches are back on if you’re looking to enjoy an infamous Dubai pastime on Friday or Saturday.

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