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Caesars Palace Dubai - A stay fit for an Emperor

Okay - so when I finally move to Dubai - and believe me it’s in my future plans - I know where I am going to live - Bluewaters Island. And not just on Bluewaters Island but at the residences or even the hotel that is Caesars Palace. Very akin to where I grew up in Vancouver, it’s just far enough out to enjoy peace and just close enough to partake in all the action - the island has it all. A short walk to Jumeirah Beach and Dubai Marina over the coastal bridge but secluded enough to offer privacy, a world of amenities and views to die for.

Caesar's Palace Dubai

The island is home to the Ain Dubai - the world’s biggest and tallest Ferris wheel which dominates the skyline and in its shadow lies the fabulous Caesars Palace hotel. The resort boasts a stunning beachfront location featuring a 500m private beach with panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf.

From the moment I arrived, I knew I was in for an unforgettable experience. As I stepped into the lobby, I was immediately transported into a world of luxury and opulence. The marble floors, glittering chandeliers, and intricate detailing of the decor were awe-inspiring.

The check-in process was seamless, and I was ushered to my suite with the utmost grace and hospitality. The suite itself was nothing short of spectacular - spacious, tastefully decorated, and equipped with every amenity one could possibly desire. All of the spacious rooms and suites at the resort are elegantly designed with a blend of Japanese minimalism and playful Romanesque touches, each featuring a private balcony with stunning views of the sea or resort. For longer stays, the Residences feature up to four bedrooms with fully-equipped kitchens and spacious living areas.

The resort’s 12 distinct dining destinations include celebrity chef-helmed restaurants that provide a unique culinary experience and as epicureans, we were spoilt for choice. The stand-out for me was Alvin Leung’s Demon Duck where he brings a creative twist on classic Chinese and Asian dishes to the Middle East. The cocktail menu is inspired by Hong Kong’s electrifying nightlife and iconic districts and is served in equally creative and elaborate glassware. Another foodie favourite is Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen, where British-American cuisine is combined with culinary theatre. Havana Social Club is a lively destination for after-dinner drinks, paying homage to 1920s Cuba with an extensive list of Cuban cocktails and spirits served to the soundtrack of vibrant Latin beats.

The resort’s five pools are the perfect spot to relax and unwind, soaking up the sun in private cabanas or on plush sunbeds. The beach clubs are also not to be missed, with the Beverly Hills-esque Neptune Pool & Beach offering stunning sea and Ain Dubai views, while the adults-only Venus Beach Club enjoys a prime position on the coastline surrounded by panoramic vistas of endless sky and sea.

Caesar's Palace Dubai

Caesars Palace Dubai is truly a lavish island getaway in the middle of the bustling city. The outstanding levels of service combined with the world-class amenities made for an unforgettable experience. I can’t wait to return and, hopefully, with the keys to my own residence this time!


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