Las Vegas’ luxury hotelier Caeser’s Palace is building two hotels by the end of this year at the JBR’s man-made island extension, the Bluewaters Island.
Meeras teamed up for building hotels
Bluewaters Island is part of Dubai based Holding company Meeras’ destinations and will be working with the luxury hotelier in the building of both the hotels. Meeras is also the team behind new tourist attractions like La Mer, The Yard and Last Exit.
Both hotels will have facilities beyond luxury
Connected by a 450 metres long beach, the Caesar’s Palace Bluewaters Dubai will have 178 rooms along with two outdoor swimming pools, six restaurants and one 630 sq metre spa and healthcare centre while the Caesar’s Bluewaters Dubai will have 301 rooms, three restaurants, three meeting rooms, two outdoor swimming pools and an 850 sq metre hall for events.
Road links to the island are under construction
Once developed, visitors can reach the island either by a direct road link from Sheikh Zayed road or through a transit service provided from Ibn Battuta mall’s metro station or by a 265 metres long walking bridge from The Beach, JBR.
Bluewaters Island is home to Ain Dubai
Noticed the big wheel from The Beach, JBR? It’s the Ain Dubai(aka Dubai Eye), which will be become the largest and the highest observation wheel in the world once completed by the end of this year. It is 210 metres long and will have 48 passenger cabins able to fit 40 people in each of them.
Apart from Las Vegas, the luxury is established in Canada as Caesars Windsor, Emerald Resort and Casino in South Africa, Caesars Cairo and owns a group of hotels in the UK formerly owned by London Clubs International. They also own a golf club in Macau.