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Did you know there’s a Caesars Palace in Dubai? Spectacular twin hotel complex is the ultimate luxury playground

Looking for inspiration for your first post-lockdown trip? This recently-opened Caesars resort in Dubai might just be everything you’re looking for. 

Caesars Bluewaters Dubai, located on Bluewaters, is a vibrant and family and lifestyle-oriented island that connects to the iconic Jumeirah Beach Residence – and it’s shot to the top of our list of dream Dubai destinations. 

Comprised of two hotels, Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai and Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai, as well as The Residences at Caesars Palace, the luxury destination promises something for everyone. 

The Neptune Pool cabanas at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai

Caesars Palace, steeped in sophisticated style, is ideal for couples and solo travellers looking to relax and recharge, while Caesars Resort (pictured top) is billed as a fun-filled paradise for families, perfect for parents who don’t want to miss out on luxury just because they’re travelling with children. 

Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai is for couples and solo travellers, while Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai is billed as a fun-filled paradise for families…

One bedroom Ocean Suite at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai

Maestro of modern American glamour Jonathan Adler, has designed the art collection which complements the interiors of Caesars Bluewaters Dubai, and brings a fun slice of ancient Rome to the property. 

If, like us, you’re ready to soak up the sun, then you’ll want to spend your time by the multiple pools or take a private cabana on the stretch of soft white sand, enjoying uninterrupted views of the Arabian sea.

The bedroom of the Premium Ocean King Suite at Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai

And when it comes to dining options, guests are spoiled for choice. Caesars Bluewaters Dubai offers world-class dining, including Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen which serves up signatures from the multi-Michelin-starred chef – a staple for The Luxe Review’s when frequenting Caeser’s Palace Las Vegas – as well as the Asian-inspired Zhen Wei, which specializes in hand-crafted dim sum.

Meanwhile, rooftop restaurant Paru offers a modern Japanese menu by Michelin-starred chef Akira Back. 

Caesars Cove Beach is the place to be seen

Stylish beach club Cove Beach, also on the property, is the place to be seen and ideal for a day’s fun in the sun. But if you’re looking for less party and more pure relaxation, head to the resort’s indulgent Qua Spa. 

Yes, it’s on an amazing island, but Bluewaters is also easily located from the mainland: a new pedestrian bridge over the crystal waters of the Arabian Gulf leads guests directly from The Beach to the island.

The pièce de résistance? Though there is enough on the property that you won’t want to leave, the Ain Dubai, the world’s largest observation wheel, is set to open this year, and will serve as a spectacular central focal point which can be seen from both hotels and the residences. Yep, that sounds like the ultimate playground to us. 

Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai is available from AED 1,095 (approx. £218) per night, based on two adults sharing a double room. Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai is available from AED 995 (approx. £198) per night, based on two adults sharing a room. For bookings and more info, visit caesars.com/dubai.

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