All Eyes on Bluewaters: Three Things to Watch For

All Eyes on Bluewaters: Three Things to Watch For

As the multibillion-dollar development Bluewaters Island moves closer to completion this year, details about its numerous key features have been making headlines. Here are three attractions everyone is excited about:
 

1. Ain Dubai

 

Set to become the world’s largest Ferris Wheel at a height of 210 metres, Ain Dubai is the centerpiece of Bluewaters Island, which is situated off the coast of Jumeirah Beach Residence. Through its modern, spacious passenger pods, this observation wheel offers unparalleled 360-degree views of the city. On top of such a remarkable experience, Ain Dubai will also feature the world’s highest rope climbing platform in one of its legs.

Gulf Dunes Says …

We thought Ain Dubai will just be a new awesome stop in a City Tour, but with this development on rope climbing, we can now see a team-building activity coming. Exciting!

 

2. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum

 

It’s a long time coming: Dubai will finally have its own version of the world-famous Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. Details about the personalities that will be featured in the exhibit are not yet available but Madame Tussauds is best known for its life-size wax figures of famous, trending celebrities, politicians, sports superstars and historical figures.

Gulf Dunes Says …

Now this is a great addition to the city’s world-class attractions! Worth a visit, for sure.

 

3. Caesars Palace

 

 
The Las Vegas-famous Caesars Entertainment is building two properties on the island, bringing to Dubai the class and glamour it has long been known for. Although the brand will not be operating its popular casinos in Bluewaters, Caesars’ luxury hotels and beach club are creating much anticipation across the country’s tourism markets.

Opening in November this year, The exclusive 178-key Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai will be the world’s second and will be featuring one indoor and two outdoor swimming pools, six restaurants and a 630-sq-metre spa, a health centre with views of Ain Dubai, an event hall and other business facilities. The second property on the island, Caesars Bluewaters Dubai, will have 301 rooms, three world-class restaurants, meeting rooms and an 850-sq-metre event hall. Both hotels offer direct access to a 450-metre private beach.

Gulf Dunes Says …

Did that just say: luxury hotels from a highly acclaimed hospitality brand, spacious event halls, meeting rooms, dining spots, and a private beach? ––Our MICE inspiration bucket is ready for you, Caesars Palace!

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