Caesars Palace is situated on Dubai's newest elegant island oasis, Bluewaters, adjacent to Jumeriah Beach with excellent connections to Dubai’s main attractions. Despite being the first-ever non-gaming resort by the legendary Caesars brand, guests can expect the very same level of exacting standards and fun-infused luxurious touches that patrons have come to know and love. Designed by Jonathon Adler, the interiors of Caesars Palace Dubai bring a taste of ancient Rome to the space, whilst awe-inspiring live acts and unforgettable dining experiences are a nod to the chain's pioneering Las Vegas resort. 194 sleek and contemporary rooms and suites await guests, some of which offer unmatched views of the Arabian Gulf and butler service. Welcome to legendary luxury.
Things to do at Caesars Palace Dubai
Caesars Palace ensures indulgent amenities and fantastic facilities are the norm during your holiday to Dubai. Boasting six innovative culinary offerings, including bars and lounges, the resort has a wide range of extraordinary drinking and dining opportunities. Why not relax by one of the two sparkling outdoor swimming pools or indulge in the signature treatments offered at Qua Spa? While you’re receiving your massage or facial, send the little ones off to the dedicated kids’ club that is full of activities and entertainment guaranteed to keep younger guests occupied for hours on end. Those visiting Dubai on corporate matters can make use of the state-of-the-art event space, which includes a conference centre and an 850 square metre ballroom.
Unparalleled Dining at Caesars Palace Dubai
Delve into an incredible selection of dining experiences right on your doorstep as a guest at Caesars Palace Dubai. From fresh seafood and premium grilled meats to refreshing fruit juices and cocktails, there is a bounty of opportunity for good eats from morning to night. Expect faultless service and impeccable cuisine at Hell's Kitchen by world-renowned chef, Gordon Ramsey. Tuck into a showstopping shellfish tower, a heavenly beef wellington, or a vibrant and light beetroot salad, all amidst exquisitely designed surroundings. Alternatively, fans of Asian cuisine can tuck into authentic dim sum and hand-pulled noodles with a twist at Zhen Wei. Meanwhile, Havana Social Club remains alluring with its ambient Latin music and irresistible cocktails.
Health & Safety at Caesars Palace Dubai
Caesars Palace Dubai is delighted to be able to welcome guests back to the resort for a comfortable and worry-free experience. Renewed attention to exacting hygiene standards and fresh protocols are in place to ensure a healthy and happy holiday at Caesars Bluewaters. Recent measures added to an already rigorous housekeeping programme as per the recommendation of local health authorities include: temperature screenings for guests and staff on arrival, enforced regulations on social distancing and reduced capacity in public areas, reinforced training and increased disinfecting of the entire premises.
Please note: Ramadan is from 2nd April - 1st May 2022 and 22nd March – 20th April 2023. Visitors to the Middle East during this time should be aware that opening times may vary and some restrictions may apply. Please speak to your Middle East specialist at Kenwood Travel for more information.
Please note: A Tourism Dirham is in place in Dubai. As such, all guests staying at any hotel will be required to pay the amount of AED20 per night for a 5 star hotel. This will be collected by the hotel at time of check in/out.
Please note: With the constant development of Dubai and Palm area, please be advised some construction work may be taking place around the city and beach areas.
Please note: There have been some temporary changes to the dining and leisure offering at Caesars Palace Dubai. The following facilities are currently open: pools & private beach, gym, Qua Spa, Empire Kids Club, watersports, Hell's Kitchen, Havana Social Club, Zhen Wei (dinner on evenings only), and in-room dining.