The new Bluewaters Beach Hotel will open in Dubai this month

Back in September of this year, we reported on major renovations coming to the Caesar’s Palace Dubai hotel on Bluewaters.

Friends, Romans, Countrymen

The Vegas-born brand is leaving the hotel within the next few days, and while we’re sad to see Caesar go, we’re overjoyed that it will be replaced with concepts from a creative go of Ennismore, the Banyan Tree Hotels Group, and Dubai Holding.

We before knew that the Banyan Tree Dubai would redevelop an important part of the existing Caesars Palace construction (the Residences and Palace Tower). And that it would include 179 rooms, including 30 suites, as well as a four-bedroom property for VIP visitors with its own pool and stretch of beach.

Because Banyan Tree is known for its health offerings, a BanyanTree Spa will be an important element of the Banyan Tree Dubai offering. Enjoy indoor and outdoor yoga areas, a relaxation area, a gym, small rainforests, hydrotherapy pools, and treatment rooms at this pampering paradise.

The takeover schedule shows that the formal name change and booking system tag-out will occur on November 13, 2023.

Beach, please!

Today, we also obtained confirmation of another aspect of Caesars Palace Dubai’s overall transition plans. Parts of the site have been transferred to a new Bluewaters Beach Hotel.

In terms of eating alternates in the two confirmed new businesses, we also have some (though far from complete) information on the restaurant portfolio. The restaurants will alter when Banyan Tree takes over from Caesar’s Palace, so expect the closure of concepts such as Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen, The Bacchanal, and Venus Ristorante Neptue Pool and Beach.

Cove Beach, a perennially popular beach club, will also move.It will relocate from its present Caesars Palace home to the ultra-luxurious new JBR hotel, La Vie.

As for which restaurants have gotten approval from the ousted the emperor, What’s On is aware that Demon Duck by Alvin Leung, along with The Robata and Takahisa, will most likely survive the renaming.

The new concepts will be developed by the banana tree Group and Ennismore’s in-house F&B concept studio Carte Cooked. We can’t wait to see what they come up with, given the reality that no information have been provided. There has been no word about if the independently owned Cove Beaches would stay or depart when the change in name takes place later this year.

“Bluewaters has always been an attraction for major projects that redefine luxury and cement Dubai is a global beacon of the tourist industry,” says Dubai Holding Group CEO Amit Kaushal. “Our work with market leaders like Accor, Ennismore and the banana tree Group marks an important milestone in our ongoing journey of elevating the rich hospitality environment in Dubai.”

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