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Live Like Caesar This Weekend
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 30 - 09 - 2019

Make the Empire your playground this weekend. We all need a short break, a weekend getaway to break the cycle. From incredible stay-at-home moms to super hard-working-away-from-home dads, a weekend getaway with the family can be a real opportunity to spend some quality time together. Not only do short breaks boost productivity, they are super important to incorporate to prevent burnout and maintain good mental and physical health. This weekend we recommend a destination close by, that won't involve you wasting a day of travel and yet feel like you've been transported to a different era of luxury.
Located on Dubai's newest island oasis, Caesars Bluewaters Dubai is the first ever non-gaming resort from the legendary Caesars brand. Unlike anything the Middle East has seen before, guests can expect a truly immersive encounter with a hotel group known around the globe for its fun-fused approach to luxury. Expect epic dining experiences delivered by the likes of Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen and the kind of awe-inspiring live acts at The Rotunda that made Las Vegas the entertainment capital of the world. In a city full of promises, Caesars Bluewaters Dubai has one – every guest will live like a Caesar from the moment they step through the doors.
Designed by the maestro of modern American glamour Jonathan Adler, the interiors of Caesars Bluewaters Dubai bring a slice of ancient Rome to the property's three distinct accommodation offerings. Known for his philosophy that a space should make those that enter it happy, the American interior designer worked closely with the Caesars Bluewaters Dubai team to deliver a contemporary take on the iconic design signatures seen at Caesars Palace Las Vegas. Oversized distorted Roman busts, stallion sculptures, Lucite goddess busts, murals of classical landscapes etched in luminous neon and giant foot sculptures help to create a truly royal impression.
Bringing the world-famous ‘Caesars' ambiance across two distinct resort offerings, guests can tailor their stay to suit their individual needs. At Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai, guests can enjoy all the signature elements of the Caesars Palace experience. This 194-guest room resort also boasts Cove Beach set to the backdrop of the Arabian Sea.
Multi-Michelin-star chef and television personality Gordon Ramsay turns up the heat for guests at his second Hell's Kitchen location at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai. Serving up the same combination of show-stopping theatre and world-class cooking as its original Las Vegas location, the experiential and immersive destination restaurant is a must-see city attraction for tourists and residents alike.
At Havana Social Club, located on the ground floor, the vibrant lounge takes guests back to a glamorous time of jazz-filled nights and the lively streets of Havana. Delivering an eclectic mix of authentic Cuban bites, expertly mixed mocktails inspired by recipes from the 1920s, live music sessions, a curated Cuban cigar collection and weekly fiestas – Havana Social Club is one of the city's coolest hangouts.
Like the Caesars of the ancient world, guests at Roman Lounge are expected to recline while enjoying a selection of light bites, tempting patisserie and cakes, coffee and afternoon tea. Served with spectacular sea views, the elegant lounge café offers the chance to explore delicacies from around the world, as well as local favorite teas like Chai, Karak and Shisha. One dining highlight is Bacchanal – the sister restaurant to its original stateside outpost, named the best buffet restaurant in Las Vegas twice by USA Today. Here in the UAE, the restaurant will follow the same ‘more-is-more' concept, with oversized open kitchens serving up a wealth of decadent dishes. From prime rib, chilled crab legs and oysters to handmade dim sum and baked-to-order soufflés, Bacchanal's approach to lavish dining is set to become the stuff of Dubai legend. Families looking for sheer indulgence, island seclusion and a fully packed roster of entertainment for all ages will love the 301-key Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai. The resort includes two outdoor pools – one family-friendly and one adults only – and access to a private beach, as well as event space for up to 800 guests.
Following in the legendary 50-year footsteps of its famous Las Vegas counterpart when it comes to epic entertainment, Caesars Bluewaters Dubai boasts The Rotunda, a dedicated events destination showcasing an electrifying roster of high-flying headliners, trendsetting theatre acts, mind-blowing magicians and hilarious comedians. Another handy feature for parents and kids alike is the Empire Club – a kids club for Cherubs (ages 0-2), Gladiators (ages 3-7) and Centurions (ages 8-12) available to all junior guests – and Roam, a teen's club for young adults. Accessible to all families staying at the resort, the colorful and activity-filled kids club and trendy teens hang out will help younger Caesars guests shape their own vacation schedules. While the children are busy with their own activities, parents or grandparents can maximize relaxation time with some royal pampering.
Starting with some serious pampering, relaxation is paramount at Qua Spa where an elevated spa experience lifts guests above the realm of modern-day stresses and transports them to a one-stop destination for wellbeing and beauty. Located at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai, Qua Spa is designed as a sanctuary fit for royalty, taking a holistic approach to enhance emotional and physical balance centered around five elements for perfect ‘Qi' or energy. Boasting eight treatment rooms including two rooms for couples, signature facial and massage treatments, relaxation lounge and male and female facilities with rock saunas, aroma steam rooms, experience showers and ice fountains – Qua Spa offers an intimate spa experience like no other. Located on Bluewaters, a modern, family-oriented island destination by Meraas, Caesars Bluewaters Dubai will be surrounded by nearly 200 retail, dining and entertainment outlets. The world's largest observation wheel, Ain Dubai, serves as a spectacular central focal point and can be seen from both resorts and The Residences. Bluewaters is easily located from the mainland, a new pedestrian bridge over the crystal waters of the Arabian Gulf leads guests directly from The Beach to the island.
Make it a family affair - Summer Family Offer
Families looking for sheer indulgence and a fully packed roster of entertainment can enjoy 50% savings at Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai on the second room booked for children below 12 years of age, including breakfast and tickets to one selected theme park in Dubai Parks & Resorts. This exclusive offer includes the best available rate for the master room and a 50% discount on the second room booked for children below 12 years of age with daily breakfast tickets to one selected theme park in Dubai Parks & Resorts once during the stay Unlimited access to a pristine private beach and infinity pools Access to Empire Club – kids' club Access to ROAM – teens' club. These offers may be booked on caesars.com/dubai, or via email [email protected]

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