You have a little over two weeks left to savor the charm of Caesars Palace Dubai as this iconic property is preparing to transition to new ownership in November.
In a revelation made back in September, it was disclosed that Caesars Palace Dubai would be closing its doors, soon to emerge as Banyan Tree Dubai. Now, in an exclusive scoop from Time Out Dubai, we can confirm the precise date when Banyan Tree Dubai will commence operations: Monday, November 13, is the official handover date, marking the beginning of this new chapter.
This leaves you with a limited window to relish all the offerings of Caesars Palace. Your last chance to bask in the ambiance of the resort will be over the weekend of Saturday, November 11, and Sunday, November 12. So, make the most of it with a final dip at Neptune Pool, afternoon tea in the lobby, or a rejuvenating facial at Qua Spa.
The renowned establishments within Caesars Palace Dubai, including Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen, Demon Duck by Alvin Leung, Takahisa, The Robata, Venus Ristorante, Bacchanal, and Cove Beach, have delighted guests over the years.
Not to worry, though, as TakaHisa, Demon Duck, and The Robata, which also hails from the Takahisa team, will continue to tantalize taste buds at Banyan Tree Dubai. Meanwhile, Cove Beach is set to relocate to Jumeirah Beach Residences (JBR), under the new name CoveBeach.
Banyan Tree Dubai is set to feature 179 rooms, which includes 30 suites and an all-new four-bedroom villa, boasting a private entrance, pool, and beachfront access. Furthermore, the Banyan Tree Spa will offer an enchanting mini rainforest, a fully equipped gym, indoor and outdoor yoga facilities, hydrotherapy pools, and treatment rooms. When it comes to dining, the hotel will impress with a lineup of five restaurants and bars.
Additionally, the hotel will introduce 96 private residences, affording residents access to the hotel’s luxurious amenities.