Caesars Entertainment Corporation has announced the opening dates for its two beach front luxury resorts in Dubai, with Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai and The Residences at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai to welcome their first guests on 15 November and Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai to follow suit in December.
Located on Bluewaters Island – a brand new, man-made island overlooking Jumeirah Beach – Caesars Bluewaters Dubai will feature two distinct resort offerings, allowing guests to tailor their stay to suit their individual needs.
Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai is connected to The Beach at JBR, with the 194-guest room resort boasting private beach club Cove Beach as well as Qua Spa – the award-winning wellness concept in Las Vegas that brings ancient Roman traditions of relaxation to the Gulf Cooperation Council area for the first time.
“These resorts mark the opening of our first non-gaming resorts and demonstrates the strong demand among developers and guests to see our flagship brands brought into new global markets,” said Mark Frissora, President and Chief Executive Officer of Caesars Entertainment. “In collaboration with Meraas Holdings LLC, this project is the first of several that will pair our decades-long leadership in the hospitality, entertainment and culinary spaces with trusted partners around the globe to drive expanded growth and guest satisfaction for many years to come.”
Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai will feature the second Hell’s Kitchen restaurant by Gordon Ramsay and will serve up the same combination of show-stopping theater and world-class cooking as its original Las Vegas location.
More suited to families is Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai. The 301-guest room resort will include two outdoor pools – one family-friendly and one for adults only – and access to a private beach, as well as event space for up to 800 guests. Among its six restaurants and bars is Bacchanal Buffet – which currently serves 3,500 guests each day at its Las Vegas location. Other dining options at Caesars Resort include The Piazza serving patisserie alongside chai and karak for local tastes, pool bar and grill The Sandbar with fresh seafood, plus a fusion of Mediterranean and Arabic flavours at Cleo’s Table.
For contemporary luxury living combined with high-end hospitality, The Residences at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai will offer 80 one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments for short and long-term lease.
The opening of these resorts is the latest development in Caesars Entertainment’s international growth strategy. Earlier this year, Caesars announced plans to break ground on Caesars Palace Puerto Los Cabos in early 2019, a beachfront resort it is developing in partnership with Mexico-based Grupo Quetro. Among other projects, Caesars is developing an integrated resort in Incheon, South Korea, and has expressed interest in developing an integrated resort in Japan.