Dubai’s latest island destination, Bluewaters has opened its doors to a world of dining, shopping and touristic attractions this week.
Bluewaters Island home to Caesars Palace
Las Vegas’ iconic hotel, Caesars Palace now has a Dubai resort, at Bluewaters. Their two enormous properties boast an array of entertainment, dining and clubbing hotspots. Commenting about its inauguration, Bob Morse, President of Hospitality at Caesars Entertainment said “Bluewaters Island is a truly unique space where guests will find that our offerings are synonymous with the quality hospitality, dining, spa and entertainment experiences that have helped establish Caesars as one of the most respected and recognizable brands in the hospitality industry.”
Gordon Ramsay to open his second restaurant in Bluewaters
Multi-Michelin star foul-mouthed chef Gordon Ramsay is bringing his Las Vegas restaurant, Hell’s Kitchen to Bluewaters. The restaurant credits itself as “a combination of show-stopping theatre and world-class cooking as its original.” In a teaser with Ramsay, he says it’s going to be his “most amazing restaurant” and he “cannot wait” to share the details.
Ain Dubai a record-breaking attraction
Beachgoers at JBR’s The Beach were perhaps the first ones to witness the erection of Ain Dubai. After two and a half years of anticipation, it has opened its doors. Up to 1,400 visitors can enter the wheel at a time. The observation wheel is the biggest of its kind in the world, standing tall at 250 metres and overlooking Dubai’s skyline. An LED screen has been mounted on its façade too.
Dubai’s freshest tourist attraction
Meraas is the team behind building Bluewaters Island. His Excellency Abdulla Al Habbai, Group Chairman of Meraas, is hopeful Bluewaters creates ”enriching experiences to support the growth of Dubai.” He said, “We are set to achieve many engineering feats at Bluewaters and are delivering a destination which will establish a new benchmark for modern design.”