Located on Dubai’s newest island oasis, Caesars Bluewaters Dubai is the first ever non-gaming resort from the legendary Caesars brand. Unlike anything the Middle East has seen before, our stay at this iconic destination epitomised what the hotel group is known for around the globe: a fun-fused approach to luxury, from epic dining experiences delivered by the likes of Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen and Paru by Michelin-star chef Akira Back, to luxurious pampering at Qua Spa.
The art collection, designed by the maestro of modern American glamour Jonathan Adler, complements the interiors of Caesars Bluewaters Dubai, bringing a slice of ancient Rome to the property’s three distinct accommodation offerings.
Known for his philosophy that a space should make those that enter it happy, the American designer worked closely with the Caesars Bluewaters Dubai team to deliver a contemporary take on the iconic design signatures found at Caesars Palace Las Vegas.
Bringing the world-famous ‘Caesars’ ambiance across two distinct resort offerings, guests can tailor their stay to suit their individual needs. At Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai, guests can enjoy all the signature elements of the Caesars Palace experience. This 194-guest room resort also boasts Cove Beach – a stylish beach club that comprises 2.0 restaurant by Cove Beach, the Rosé Bar and coveted Sea Lounge, all set to the backdrop of the Arabian Sea.
Multi-Michelin-star chef and television personality Gordon Ramsay turns up the heat for guests at his second Hell’s Kitchen location at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai. Serving up the same combination of show-stopping theatre and world-class cooking as its original Las Vegas location, the experiential and immersive destination restaurant is a must-see city attraction for tourists and residents alike.
On Fridays, the restaurant hosts Hellicious Brunch, where guests can dine in the theatrics of the hit TV show as the Red and Blue teams turn up the heat with Gordon Ramsay’s signature dishes, free-flowing beverages and a fun culinary challenge.
Bringing authentic Pan-Asian cuisine with a contemporary twist to Bluewaters, Zhen Wei specialises in delicate homemade dim sum and hand pulled noodles, taking gourmands on a sensory journey straight to the streets of Hong Kong.
At Havana Social Club, the prohibition era comes to Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai. Located on the ground floor, the vibrant bar takes guests back to a glamorous time of jazz-filled nights and the smoky cabaret clubs of Havana.
Other dining options at Caesars Bluewaters Dubai include The Piazza and Roman Lounge, both of which serve a highly original take on an afternoon tea inspired by the Roman Empire. Guests can embark on an immersive culinary journey in the footsteps of the legendary Caesar.
From the furthest reaches of Central Europe to exotic flavours of the Mediterranean, Caesars Imperial Afternoon Tea explores the exotic ingredients discovered on Caesar’s odyssey across Europe, Asia, North Africa and the Middle East.
The Sandbar and Grill offers the freshest seafood inspired by sun-soaked afternoons in the South of France, while Cleo’s Table hosts Breezy Rose: a lazy Saturday afternoon when you can enjoy unlimited handcrafted artisanal pizzas amid stunning views of the Dubai skyline. The resort’s piece de resistance when it comes to dining is rooftop restaurant Paru – boasting the most spectacular views on Bluewaters and a modern Japanese menu by Michelin-star chef Akira Back.
The perfect spot to watch the sun set across the Arabian Gulf, guests can expect a bustling crowd on two open-air rooftop terraces, tucking into exceptional contemporary cuisine.
Families looking for sheer indulgence, island seclusion and a fully packed roster of entertainment for all ages will love Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai. The 301-guest room resort includes two outdoor pools – one family-friendly and one for adults only – and access to a private beach, as well as versatile event spaces for up to 800 guests.
Bringing loved ones together at mealtimes, Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai boasts a host of restaurants and bars to cater to every culinary whim. One dining highlight is Bacchanal – the sister restaurant to its original stateside outpost, named the best buffet restaurant in Las Vegas twice by USA Today.
Here in the UAE, the restaurant follows the same ‘more-is-more’ concept, with oversized open kitchens serving up a wealth of decadent dishes and a popular FamilyFest Brunch which has become the best family day out in Dubai.
Another handy feature for parents and kids alike is the Empire Club – a kids’ club for Cherubs (ages 0-2), Gladiators (ages 3-7) and Centurions (ages 8-12) available to all junior guests – and ROAM, a teen’s club for young adults. Accessible to all families staying at the resort, the colourful and activity-filled kids club and trendy teens hang out will help younger Caesars guests shape their own vacation schedules.
At Qua Spa, an elevated spa experience lifts guests above the realm of modern-day stresses and transports them to a one-stop destination for wellbeing and beauty.
Located at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai and accessible to all guests, Qua Spa boasts eight treatment rooms including two rooms for couples, signature facial and massage treatments, relaxation lounges, and male and female facilities with rock saunas, aroma steam rooms, experience showers and ice fountains.
For contemporary luxury living combined with high-end hospitality, The Residences at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai offer 80 one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments for short and long-term lease, with the advantage of having two world-renowned resorts on its doorstep.
Conveniently located adjacent to Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai, residents have access to all dining, leisure and entertainment experiences – giving the term ‘living like a Caesar’ a whole new meaning.