The renowned Caesars Palace will begin welcoming guests at its new Dubai property on November 15, it has been revealed. The the UAE branch of the famed Las Vegas hotel will be the first project to open on the US $2.2 billion Bluewaters Island, which is situated just off JBR.
The new hotel was constructed in partnership with Meraas, and is set to be the only Caesars Palace outside of Las Vegas. However, unlike the Sin City venue, Dubai’s Caesars Palace won’t have a casino. It will instead comprise six restaurants, including a second Hell’s Kitchen from Gordon Ramsey, a Cove Beach, two pools, and a Qua Spa. It will boast 194 rooms and suites, while its sister property, Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai (opening December 1), will have 301 rooms.
Read on for four other hotels opening their doors in the UAE in the upcoming months.
Mandarin Oriental – Jumeira Beach
Projected to open in early 2019, the Mandarin Oriental – Jumeira Beach will make a deluxe addition to Dubai’s vast accommodation offering. The famed hotel will feature eight restaurants and bars, including the first Middle Eastern restaurant from Michelin-starred Portuguese chef José Avillez and a swanky Japanese-style steakhouse. Also included in the property is a sprawling, 2,000-square-meter Mandarin Oriental Spa, which will occupy two stories of treatment rooms and hammams, in addition to a grand ballroom that leads to a private beach.
Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences, The Palm
This new, Jenga-shaped resort is a stone’s throw away from its sister hotel, Atlantis The Palm. After over four years of construction, the US$ 1.4 billion dollar project is set to open its doors in the first quarter of 2019 on the eastern crescent of the palm tree-shaped island, and will house almost 800 rooms with on-site amenities like a spa, pool, and restaurants, in addition to more than 230 serviced apartments.
Stella di Mare, Dubai Marina
Dubai Marina is getting ready to welcome Stella Di Mare Hotel, the first international location for the five-star brand, which operates six successful resorts in Egypt. Featuring 360 rooms decorated in Art Deco style, the soon-to-be-opened hotel will boast 31 floors complete with three restaurants, three bars, a luxury spa, swimming pool, gym, salon, and a luxurious sky lounge situated on the topmost floor for unparalleled views of the Marina.
The Langham, Palm Jumeirah
The original Langham Hotel in London was frequented by many of history’s most famous names, including Sir Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle, Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Napoleon III, and Princess Diana, among many others, and now it’s opening its doors in Dubai. To be more specific, the UAE branch of the famed British hotel will live on the Palm Jumeirah, joining a slew of other brand-new luxury hotels situated on the man-made island including The W Palm and The Retreat. The project, which is expected to be fully complete in a year (just in time for the Expo 2020) will house 323 rooms, the hotel group’s signature Chuan Spa, afternoon tea in the lobby, and fantastic views over the sea to the Dubai skyline.