Dubai residents will have another unique itinerary for the upcoming winter holidays – the newly developed Bluewaters Island. The island has the tranquil ambiance of a secluded resort, but also has the cosmopolitan essence of living in a modern city such as Dubai.
Hosting the world’s biggest observation wheel, Ain Dubai, Bluwaters offers the perfect island living experience with the urban buzz by offering residential, lifestyle, and leisure spaces, which takes after Dubai’s modernity.
Bluewaters Island Combines Tranquil Island Lifestyle with Urban Spaces
The island, which is nestled off the coast of Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR), offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy a day out on the beach before walking along a boulevard which hosts a variety of restaurants, cafes, and retail stores.
From the view on the terrace at the Wharf, a lifestyle retail section is set against the backdrop of Ain Dubai, where visitors can take in the exquisite view of the JBR skyline that will accommodate for an unrestricted view of the fireworks display on the night sky for the upcoming holidays. Soon, more concepts and retail stores will be opening in the next couple of months.
Furthermore, the North Boardwalk by the Wharf will enable residents to have a 2-km run down the pedestrian footbridge, which links the island to the beach, JBR, on the coast of mainland Dubai.
Within the island, guests can marvel at the grand view of the endless ocean and luxury pools for only AED 100 for a day-pass at Cove Beach at Caesars Resort Bluewaters. Another hotel on the island, the Caesar Palace Bluewaters, will also be opening to the public within the week.
Visitors can also watch Las Vegas-based shows, which are set to begin this December at the hotel’s 500-seat theatre, the Rotunda.
Also, a world-class conference centre, the Caesars Forum, can be accessed on the other side of the of the five-star residences that house 495 luxury rooms and 80 serviced apartments.
The two hotels within Ain Dubai are worth AED 8 billion of investments. Meanwhile, the opening date for the 210-metre high Ain Dubai is yet to be announced.