If you’ve been looking for something new to add to your weekend getaway list, this is it! It doesn’t matter if you’re a tourist or resident, this spot gives the best view of the firework’s show on New Year’s and in case you haven’t figured out your plans already, we’re glad there’s another option open for you.
The island, that you can rightly call a perfect mix of urban and leisure spaces is home to the world’s biggest observation wheel. Several restaurants are now open too and the wheel is turning as well.
Located off the coast of Jumeirah Beach Residence(JBR), this relaxing island gives you the opportunity of taking a stroll and lounging around on the beach before you head up to witness the 132 cafes and shops.
The retail and lifestyle area of the island, called The Wharf is where you can go all out shopping and eating, with many outlets yet to open. Set against the backdrop of Ain Dubai, the terrace provides a magnificent view of the JBR skyline that permits uninterrupted flow fireworks – the best you can possibly get.
If you’re someone who likes to spend hours just staring at oceans or water in general, the inside of the island is the right place for you, providing a view of the swimming pools and endless oceans for Dh100 a day with access to Cove Beach at Caesars Resort Bluewaters.
And guess what? Gordon Ramsay’s Hell Kitchen is to open at Caesar’s! Although no official date has been announced for the restaurant, it supposedly draws inspiration from Ramsay’s reality television show with the same name. Caesar’s forum is set to house 495 luxury rooms and 80 serviced apartments.
In December, there is something more to look forward to- Las Vegas based shows set in the 500 seat theatre, the Rotunda.
In addition to this, Bluewaters features scenic walkways, several courtyards, and intimate pedestrian spaces make for a perfect landscape, something that you will definitely cherish.
So go ahead and plan your visit soon, we’re certain you wouldn’t want to miss out on this!