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Caesars Palace Dubai: A Private Beach Resort With Superb Location & The Finest Dining Options

We recently had the pleasure of venturing over to Dubai for some much-needed winter sun at the first Caesars Palace outside of Las Vegas, Caesars Palace Dubai, a lavish resort located on the stunning Bluewaters Island featuring a swanky private beach club, a cutting-edge Japanese spa, and the only Hell’s Kitchen restaurant by Gordon Ramsay outside of the original also located in Las Vegas.

Dubai as a holiday destination is also likely to already be on your bucket list, from 30-degree heat to the world-famous Expo2020 (running until March 2022), luxury shopping malls, adventurous desert safari experiences, magnificent cuisine, and the latest in design and innovation all available on your doorstep, those with a desire for luxury and the finer things in life will feel right at home at Caesars Palace Dubai at Bluewaters as their base and home away from home whilst in this thrilling city.


The five-star super swanky resort is located on the man-made Bluewaters Island, off the shore of Jumeirah Beach Residence, overlooking the incredible Ain Dubai, the world’s highest observation wheel, which recently opened and has quickly become one of the main attractions in the city – the hotel is only a 4-minute walk to the Ain Dubai, whilst Dubai Marina is also only a few minutes away and The Dubai Mall and The Burj Khalifa are a 20-minute drive apart. Dubai International airport is only 25 minutes away as is Expo 2020.

Rooms & Suites

The floor-to-ceiling windows and balcony providing panoramic views of the main pool and the Arabian Gulf are quite special and allow guests to really immerse themselves in resort life. Guest’s will also find subtle tributes to Rome throughout the rooms, such as coin artworks and horse-head couches, as well as modern additions in the likes of tablet gadgets, media hubs, Nespresso machines, and hidden televisions that also double as large mirrors. The 194 glamorous rooms and suites are decorated in turquoise and mid-blue tones also featuring super soft down bedding and pillows, and luxe Lorenzo Villoresi Firenze toiletries allowing guests to fully relax. There are also thoughtful touches such as‘ Scent to Sleep’ sleep kits with a pillow mist, body oil, and hand lotion.

Dining & Drinks

Caesars Palace Dubai boasts six stunning restaurants, bars, and lounges, but Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen is indeed the standout culinary experience — the multi-Michelin-starred chef’s second Hell’s Kitchen restaurant after Las Vegas doesn’t disappoint, especially for those that are fans of the long-standing reality TV show. The setting is the perfect blend of fun and fine dining, as the red and blue teams cook up some favourites from the TV series such as Ramsay’s iconic Beef Wellington, Pan Seared Scallops as well as the sticky toffee pudding, which is the perfect way to end your dining experience.

Other food and drink options at Caesars Palace Dubai include the poolside Neptune for drinks and light snacks such as poke bowls and burrata salads, whilst the Asian option, Zhen Wei is the ideal spot for authentic pan-Asian food, where signature dishes include whole Peking duck, Cantonese sea bass and hand-pulled noodles and dumplings. There’s also Cleo’s Kitchen with magical views of the dazzling city skyline and the Ain Dubai, serving up some of the best fish dishes in Dubai. Those eager for a night out and a boogie will want to head to Havana Social Club for a lively evening of Latin music, and Cuban-inspired distilled sugarcane cocktails with delicious tapas, while Cove Beach is just a minute’s walk away and provides Caesar’s guests with complimentary entry. 

Spa & Wellness Facilities

It doesn’t get much more relaxing than Caesars Palace Dubai when it comes to poolside lazing. The resort features three infinity pools, each with plenty of sun loungers for all guests along with luxurious private cabanas. The resort also boasts its own private beach of 500m pristine sand, a true highlight of the resort and a real rarity in Dubai where guests can enjoy privacy and peace or play volleyball and other water sports set up on the beach for some afternoon fun.

Another highlight of Caesars Palace Dubai is the Qua Spa, where guests can fully relax and leave their troubles behind thanks to the world-class treatments and spa amenities with the spa’s Las Vegas-based award-winning wellness concept where Japanese technologies, and exquisite spa treatments heal the mind and body.

Guests can also work out at the Fitness Gallery, a 24-hour gym complete with the most up-to-date Technogym equipment. Yoga, meditation, high-intensity training, kickboxing, and aquafit sessions are also available if you are on the hunt for guided training to work off all of the delicious Caesars Palace dining.

Meanwhile, for a certain thrill and fun for all ages, select from a variety of water activities such as jet skiing, wakeboarding, stand-up paddleboarding, and kayaking.


The location of Caesars Palace Dubai doesn’t get much better. Less than a 30-minute drive from Dubai International Airport, based on one of Dubai’s newest and most luxurious beachfront developments, Bluewaters and with Ain Dubai, the world’s biggest observation wheel, quite literally a stone’s throw away and a  handy pedestrian bridge connecting guests directly to the vibrant JBR district – this is a hotel resort that has it all. The dining experiences at Caesars are next level, the spa, pool, and private beach facilities are simply sublime. Our only complaint is that we didn’t get to visit for longer. 

Address: Bluewaters Island, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +9714 556 6666
Email: [email protected]


KeiKei is a London-based award-winning journalist and videographer with a degree in Broadcast Media and Journalism from the University of the West of Scotland and an extensive reporting background in news, entertainment, travel, and lifestyle.

KeiKei has travelled the globe interviewing, reporting and reviewing. Her work has been published in worldwide media outlets including, The New York Post, The Guardian, The Mirror, The Daily Mail, National Geographic and Conde Nast publications.