Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai

Dubai Beach, Dubai Beaches and beyond

The hotel

Dubai’s unshakable image as a destination for decadence is lived up to at Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai. It gives families a fabulous setting on Bluewaters, a family-oriented island destination, and is connected to the ever-popular JBR, showcasing views of the world’s biggest observation wheel, Ain Dubai (due to open late 2020). At 'Caesars', they don’t think you should miss out on grown-up treats, just because you’re travelling with children. So alongside musts like the fun children’s club, Empire Club and the trendy teen hang-out ROAM, they deliver other luxuries. Treats like a pristine private beach, two pools (one family-friendly and one for adults only), Qua Spa, and seven unique restaurants and bars, where you can dine on everything from prime rib and souffles at Bacchanal to modern Japanese cuisine and cocktails at rooftop restaurant Paru.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Kids Club
  • Room Service
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Off the coast of JBR, located on Bluewaters, a family-oriented island destination. Transfer time from Dubai International Airport: 30 minutes.

Hotel information

301 contemporary rooms and suites. All with air-conditioning, LED Smart TV with a wide selection of international channels, media docking station, complimentary WiFi access, premium Amber Rose Tea and Nespresso coffee-making facilities, mini-bar*, free bottled water and safe. Deluxe Rooms offer 1 king-size bed, or twin beds, sleeping maximum 2 adults and 1 child. 

Half Board includes: breakfast and lunch or dinner on a dine-around basis, in the selected outlets mentioned below.

  • Piazza - all-day dining
  • Bacchanal - breakfast and dinner
  • Venus - lunch only
  • Fortuna - lunch only
  • Sandbar Bar & Grill - lunch or dinner
  • Cleo's Table - lunch or dinner 

A selection of 34 suites are also available. 

Diverse set of restaurants and bars including Cleo’s Table (Mediterranean cuisine with an Arabic touch), Bacchanal (International buffet breakfast and dinner), Paru (offering a modern Japanese menu created by Michelin-starred chef Akira Back), The Sandbar Bar & Grill (Southern French cuisine), Venus Pool & Bar (light meals and cocktails), Fortuna Pool & Bar (International poolside offerings), Piazza lobby lounge (savoury bites) and Squeeze Juice Bar. 2 swimming pools (1 adult-only and 1 family-friendly, shaded kids' pool). Qua Spa* and fitness centre. Water sports*. The Rotunda Dubai* (entertainment venue). Empire Club - Kids' club. ROAM – teens’ club. Complimentary WiFi. Room service*. Access to a variety of restaurants and bars at Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai.

* Denotes local charge.

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Traveller rating

  • Excellent (501)
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Jan 15, 2021 Jyobrit

I wasn't guest there, but i had access to cove beach by ceasars blue waters through our hotel. on Day 1 when my 3yr old was sitting next me suddenly disaapeared, i didn't understand how she went missing in a second. just behind our tablewas kids pool and adjacent to it was adults pool, when my little one was drowning, the life guard was just… Read more
I wasn't guest there, but i had access to cove beach by ceasars blue waters through our hotel. on Day 1 when my 3yr old was sitting next me suddenly disaapeared, i didn't understand how she went missing in a second. just behind our tablewas kids pool and adjacent to it was adults pool, when my little one was drowning, the life guard was just watching her drown. i jumped in and rescued her. when asked he didn't answer anything, as he cant speak english. same reckless behaviour by lifeguard was noticed by another kid same day. after a week went back as my daughter was insisting, my Day 2 experience was also worst, i left the place humiliated and embarrassed. go to this place if you are a billionaire and you can flaunt your money and if u can save urself or kids from drowning. because there it doesn't matter if u have money unless you flaunt it through high end brands. i went to bar next to wash rooms ordered drink, the guy didn't ask my room number instead took the order while i am waiting, a asian lady came rushing and said i am out of the place, and i need to leave. she was very rude and also asked the security guard why can't he see i m out of the place, it was the most humiliating experience i ever had, not sure if they would have treated me well if i had carried my gucci purse. i reported in my hotel, they apologised & changed the beach after that. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Best Brunch ever - happy 2021

Jan 1, 2021 MALECR2014 Portland, Oregon

Starting 2021 on the right foot we decided to go for brunch at Hell’s Kitchen and what a feast of great food and service we had! Our server, Ethel couldn’t be better at her job: attentive, friendly, easy going. The food? Well what else can you add to one of the most awarded restaurants in Dubai? Great experience worth every penny you pay. See… Read more
Starting 2021 on the right foot we decided to go for brunch at Hell’s Kitchen and what a feast of great food and service we had! Our server, Ethel couldn’t be better at her job: attentive, friendly, easy going. The food? Well what else can you add to one of the most awarded restaurants in Dubai? Great experience worth every penny you pay. See you next time Dubai ! See you Caesars Palace next time ! - thank you Read less
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Dec 31, 2020 Kevin M Newtown, Pennsylvania, United States

My father and I stayed here free for two nights, since he is a diamond-level member in Caesars' rewards program. Tacking it onto the start of our Dubai tour turned out to be a great way to get acclimated to the new country. The cleanliness, comfort, and technology of our twin room all surpass the already-fine standards we've come to expect from… Read more
My father and I stayed here free for two nights, since he is a diamond-level member in Caesars' rewards program. Tacking it onto the start of our Dubai tour turned out to be a great way to get acclimated to the new country. The cleanliness, comfort, and technology of our twin room all surpass the already-fine standards we've come to expect from other Caesars hotels The pool and beach areas are gorgeous, offering views of Dubai Marina and the Palm Jumeirah islands. The breakfast buffet is pricey, as to be expected, but is certainly rich in choice. My only complaint is that, being situated on a small island right off the coast, you'll have to rely on taxis or your own car in order to go anywhere in the city. Maybe that's more of a personal concern, since I prefer to have nearby public transportation options when choosing my own hotels. Even if I wouldn't have chosen this particular location myself to stay at, I'm certainly glad I did. Note: When booking or finding directions, be careful not to confuse the Caesars Palace and Caesars Resort hotels. Both are located next to each other, with Resort being farther down the road. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Superb service and great location

Aug 25, 2020 battirider Brentwood, United Kingdom

This is a superb hotel with exceptional service. The rooms, pools, restaurants and beach are all great. The staff are so well trained, friendly and helpful. It's also a good location to access the Walk and nothing is that far away in the cheap local taxis. Will struggle to look elsewhere if in Dubai!
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Wonderful Week in March

Aug 4, 2020 CatFel Zurich, Switzerland

We've stayed one Week in March and we had a wonderful stay. We had booked a Double Room with Resort View (view to the Street and Residence Side) and we where amazed by it. The Room is very spacious, we had a big balcony, a big and cozy bed, nice looking bathroom with shower and bathtub - all looked exactly like in the pictures. Because we arrived… Read more
We've stayed one Week in March and we had a wonderful stay. We had booked a Double Room with Resort View (view to the Street and Residence Side) and we where amazed by it. The Room is very spacious, we had a big balcony, a big and cozy bed, nice looking bathroom with shower and bathtub - all looked exactly like in the pictures. Because we arrived late, we ordered from the Room Service for Dinner (they have a 24H Menue) and the Food was delicious. The Food from the Breakfast Buffet was very appealing and they have a Show Cooking station. Unfortunately, the Ladies at the Restaurant Reception were not really friendly and looked kind of bored, which it's a shame for such a beautiful Restaurant. Both Pool and Beach have Service - Towels and Food/Beverages. As soon as we arrived at the Beach, they came with Towels and let us choose with Lounges we preferred, set the Towels and brought us Waterbottles - they were all really nice! We only had Lunch at the Beach and everything was delicious! The Beach is private and nice, you can use all the Sunloungers at beach and pool from the Resort and Palace, but they charge extra for the Cove, the same goes for the Pools. We had a Massage at the SPA, which was really nice. There is a really good (and free) WiFi Service everywhere in the Hotel and beach. We didn't try any of the Restaurants at the Hotel, because we went to dinner at the Restaurants in Bluewaters Island and the JBR. There are a lot of Restaurants and Shops on Bluewater Island that where not open yet, but those that where open, had really good Food. Overall we had a wonderful stay but I would have loved more Vegan Dishes and Breakfast, Lunch and Room Service. Read less