Cove Beach set to re-open at new Caesars Palace in Dubai

The popular beach club is opening later this year Bluewaters Island

Cove Beach set to re-open at new Caesars Palace in Dubai

Luxury Las Vegas hotel Caesars Palace is set to open its gates in Dubai later this year, and the swanky new destination will be home to the new and improved Cove Beach.

The beach club, which will open on Bluewaters Island in November, is being relocated after closing down at Jumeirah Beach Hotel at the start of the summer, we can’t wait to see what’s in store.

Cove Beach was a popular JBH spot since opening in 2015 in the shadow the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah.

And we were big fans of its Wednesday ladies’ day with free loungers and free flowing pink grape and a food platter for Dhs100 (here’s hoping the deal continues at Caesars).

Famous in Las Vegas for its show-stopping performers, world-class live music and the biggest theatrical venue in North America, Caesars will unveil two distinct venues at the Bluewaters site: Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai and Caesars Bluewaters Dubai.

Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai will be only the second global branch of the hotel. It’s calling itself “exclusive”, as you’d expect, and will feature 178 keys, as well as one indoor and two outdoor swimming pools, a huge spa and health centres, and six standalone restaurants.

In the second, Caesars Bluewaters Dubai, there will be 301 keys, two outdoor swimming pools, three restaurants and more.

In its initial announcement, Caesars announced a 450-metre spread of private beach between the two resorts, which we’re hoping will be the new home of Cove Beach.

Up to now, the hotel is keeping its cards close to its chests, but we’ll give you the info as soon as we have it. Watch this space.
Opening Nov 2018. Caesars Palace, Bluewaters Island off JBR,

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