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Discover a beachside wonderland

An island destination like no other in Dubai, Bluewaters sets the standard for beachside thrills. From the record-breaking observation wheel, Ain Dubai, to the glamorous Caesars Palace resort, this luxe address has it all.

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Aerial shot of the worlds largest giant wheel

An island destination within easy reach

Bluewaters by Meraas combines luxury island living with a hip urban vibe. Located off the coast of Jumeirah Beach Residence, it can be easily accessed via a direct link along Sheikh Zayed Road (Exit 31 towards Al Azraq Street).

Alternatively, visitors can choose to walk from the The Beach in Dubai Marina or hop in a water taxi and head towards the Bluewaters Wharf Station.

Spend the day at the island destination's exclusive beach or explore the retail and hospitality zones, fringed by scenic walkways and lush green features.

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Experience inimitable luxury at Bluewaters

The world-renowned Caesars Palace has dived into the waters of the Arabian Gulf with Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai. Expect the royal treatment at this hotel, including a five-star spa, luxurious suites and signature dining.

Another fantastic stay option includes the family-friendly Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai, which features a dedicated kids’ club and exceptional facilities for a truly memorable holiday.

The Residences at Caesars Palace is ideal for visitors looking to book a longer stay. Featuring 80 apartments with round-the-clock service, guests will also have complimentary access to the facilities at Caesars Palace.

Ain Dubai at Sunset

Marvel at the record-breaking observation wheel

Bluewaters is home to Ain Dubai, the world's tallest and largest observation wheel. At a height of 210m, it's taller than the London Eye, Singapore Flyer and even the High Roller in Las Vegas.

Expected to be operational soon, Ain Dubai will carry up to 1,400 passengers at a time in its 48 capsules. One full rotation aboard the observation wheel lasts 48 minutes.

Once complete, Ain Dubai will showcase Dubai's beautiful coastline as well as views of the city's famous landmarks, including Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah and Burj Khalifa. Its base serves as an entertainment zone with a large LED screen mounted on the wheel.

A picture of shops in The Wharf with the worlds latest giant wheel in the background.

Pick up trendy beach essentials

Set against the backdrop of Ain Dubai is The Wharf, a buzzing lifestyle and retail area with a carefully-curated edit of stores.

Shop for stylish sea essentials at Beyond The Beach, which features the latest from high-end brands such as Seafolly, Tommy Bahama, Oakley and more. Other shopping highlights include the iSea store for trendy sunglasses and the Superdry boutique - the edgy British brand is famed for its fresh vibe and Japanese-inspired graphic attire.

Over the coming months, The Wharf will have over 100 retail and dining outlets dotted across the boulevard, so there's always an excuse to keep returning.

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Dine and relax at Bluewaters

A star attraction, the Hell’s Kitchen restaurant at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai is inspired by chef Gordon Ramsay’s hit TV show. Visitors can expect signature fare, including beef Wellington and sticky toffee pudding, in a show-stopping setting.

Elsewhere on the island, The Wharf also presents an eclectic mix of charming cafes, casual bistros and fine-dining restaurants. Just a few of the highlights here include The Coffee Club for creamy cakes and the best barista blends, Ketch Up for classic comfort food and The London Project restaurant, which serves up a fresh fusion of global cultures.

Alternatively, make your way to Cove Beach, which presents idyllic golden sands and premium hospitality. Grab a lounger and soak up the sunshine or laze away the day at your own private Jacuzzi cabana. Caesars Palace hotel guests can access Cove Beach for free, but visitors are also welcome.

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