If you’ve been to Las Vegas, chances are you’ll have heard of the world-famous Caesars Palace. And it’s now in Dubai.
The hotel has 194 rooms, ranging from 54 sq m deluxe king rooms to 220 sq m four-bedroom ocean residence suites.
There are some super-cool restaurants and bars, too. Gordon Ramsay’s famed Hell’s Kitchen – based on the TV series – serves up top meals, as well as a lively Friday brunch, with dishes including the acclaimed British chef’s world-famous beef Wellington.
There’s also Zen Wei for tasty authentic dim sum and Laurel bar if you’re looking for creative sundowners with a superb view. Havana Social Club boasts a menu of inventive mixed drinks as well as tasty Latino snacks, and it’s a lively place to grab a drink and a bite to eat.
If you want a regal afternoon tea, then you can sip on a cuppa and nibble on a sandwiches and scones at Roman Lounge.
The Qua Spa and fitness centre is also worth a visit, housing some top experiences. There’s a Quartz bed, which is based on hot sand therapy for mental and physical relaxation. There’s also an Iyashi Dome, which uses infrared rays to help deeply cleanse the body.
There are outdoor pools to laze around, boasting unfettered views out to sea, plus next door is cool beach club Cove Beach.
The neighbouring Caesars Resort also has a choice of restaurants including Paru, from Michelin-starred chef Akira Back, while also on the complex is The Rotunda, which has hosted WBA boxing matches, gigs and acrobatic shows. The 550-seat venue has 360-degree views of shows, some of which are brought straight from Las Vegas.
Bluewaters Dubai, caesars.com/dubai, email@example.com (04 556 6666).