Following an alliance between Meraas and US-based Caesars Entertainment Corporation, Bluewaters Island in Dubai will be welcoming two new and extremely unique high-end hotels.
Bluewaters is a modern, family-friendly destination, located on a manmade island off the coast of Jumeirah Beach Residence.
Group chairman, Meraas, HE Abdulla Al Habbai commented on the project: “Meraas is dedicated to implementing the vision of our wise leadership and consolidating Dubai’s status as a global tourist destination in line with the Dubai Tourism Vision 2020. We are creating unique experiences and leveraging strategic partnerships to showcase the best of what Dubai can offer to its visitors. 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.”
Marking its grand debut in the region, Caesars Entertainment Corporation will introduce novelty experiences and a unique savoir-faire to Dubai’s leisure and entertainment offering.
The hospitality expert will operate two luxurious properties on Bluewaters Island, which are expected to open their doors for business in Q4 of 2018.
Home to 178 rooms, Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai will represent the world’s second Caesars Palace. Facilities will include one indoor and two outdoor swimming pools, a 630m2 spa and a health centre with stunning views of Ain Dubai, six restaurants, a dedicated event hall, a well-appointed meeting room and a business centre.
The second property, Caesars Bluewaters Dubai, will be home to 301 rooms, two outdoor swimming pools, three world-class restaurants, three meeting rooms equipped to provide business services and an 850m2 event hall.
Both hotels will have a variety of excellent amenities and services and will grant direct access to a 450m private beach.
President and CEO, Caesars Entertainment, Mark Frissora remarked: “Through our collaboration with Meraas, we anticipate Bluewaters Island will evolve into the region’s top hospitality, dining and entertainment destination. This project represents Caesars’ ability to focus on our strengths in hospitality as well as reinforce our commitment and capacity to establish brands in new global markets.”