A new daycation package has been launched in Dubai which offers residents a luxe day out and a chance to live life #LikeACaesar. The opulent beachside Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai has created the new offer to provide a day of rest and relaxation, sun and sand with nearest and dearest friends and family.
With prices starting at AED350 per person, the #LikeACaesar Daycation Package for a Palace Deluxe room from 9:00am to 6:00pm. As a registered hotel guest, benefits include access to the 450 meter pristine private beach at the Caesars Bluewaters Dubai destination on Bluewaters Island.
Valid for up to three adults or two adults and two children, the offer also comes with a three-course lunch at signature restaurant Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen. Children below three years old are complimentary, while a supplement of AED100 applies to each child aged between four and 12 years. The offer is available for limited bookings every Sunday to Wednesday, while certain blackout dates may apply.
Caesars Bluewaters Dubai is vigilantly monitoring the global situation around novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and following the guidance of global and local public health authorities, is actively taking steps and implementing additional measures to mitigate the impact and spread of COVID-19. All guests undergo temperature screenings on arrival and must follow the mandatory wearing of masks and maintaining physical 2-metre distance from others. Sunbeds are arranged 2-meters apart with a 4-meter distance between other groups.
When dining in a restaurant, private style seating arrangements are in place and a maximum of 4 guests is allowed per table.
Book now at 04 556 6666
Terms & Conditions:
Subject to availability at the time of the booking
Offer is valid from Sunday to Wednesday
Check in time is 9am and check out time is 6pm
Pre-booking is required at Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen to avail lunch
Offer not valid in conjunction with any other promotion
Subject to prevailing taxes and service fee
Blackout dates apply
In case of dispute, Caesars Bluewaters Dubai reserves the right of final decision