Caesars to open two luxury hotels in Dubai this November

The hotels have started their advertising campaigns on social media

Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai.
Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai.

Caesars Entertainment Corporation is planning to open its two luxury hotels, a conference centre and a beach club on Bluewaters, a manmade island off the coast of Jumeirah Beach Residence on November 15.

The hotels have started their advertising campaigns on social media and its website is starting to accept bookings from November 15, 2018. The resort deluxe king rooms start at AED 2,000 (US $544) a night. 

Caesars Entertainment will operate the two luxury hotels on Bluewaters. The 194-key Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai, will be the world’s second Caesars Palace. It will feature a swimming pool, a spa as well as six restaurants. Caesars will also operate the beach club and conference centre.

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Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai, the second hotel, will feature 301 rooms, two outdoor swimming pools, five restaurants, conference centre, and a 750 square-metre Forum Ballroom. Both hotels will offer direct access to a private beach.

Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai, will feature 80 hotel apartments with access to a private beach oasis.

Hotelier Middle East has reached out to Caesars Entertainment for more information. 

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