Bluewaters Island is a man-made island located near the Dubai Marina. The ambitious project was developed by Meraas and prepared for EXPO-2020. The island has been already named the pearl of Dubai, giving the new look to real estate construction. According to tradition in the UAE, everything here will be of the highest quality, and the creators call it a combination of isolation from the world and a comfortable urban environment, exclusivity and simplicity, relaxation, and plenty of entertainment. 

Places You Should Visit on Bluewaters Island:

Being highly developed in terms of infrastructure and amenities, Bluewaters Island gives its residents multiple recreational opportunities. Due to the combination of styles and motives, the area allows any resident to find an appropriate activity. Let`s explore the most popular attractions of the neighborhood. 

1. Caesars Palace Hotel on Bluewaters Island

The hotels of this chain are represented only in the United States, so we can witness a unique exception. It has everything you can imagine for a luxurious vacation: pools, a spa, a kids’ club, and a number of haute cuisine restaurants. The rooms are decorated in a modern style. Butler service is free for guests staying in suites. One of the main attractions is the Hell’s Kitchen restaurant by the famous Gordon Ramsay. Visitors are treated to a Michelin-level gastronomic experience.

2. The Dubai Eye, the world’s tallest Ferris wheel at 210 meters, which is equivalent to a 57-story skyscraper. 

You can see it from practically everywhere, and from above, the streamlined, space capsule-like cabins offer incredible views of the city. Up to 1,400 people can fit into the 48 cabins at one time. It is planned to install a huge round screen in the center of the wheel, and attendance of up to 3 million people per year. At the foot of the Dubai Eye, you’ll find various business and entertainment centers.

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3. The Cove Beach Club on the Arabian Gulf 

The club offers stunning views of the Arabian Gulf. There’s a fish restaurant, a lounge and three pools. Book a private gazebo or grab a sun lounger on the beach for a day of gentle sunshine. On weekends, it’s particularly crowded, with guest DJs setting the mood.

4. Madame Tussauds Museum 

The first branch of Madame Tussauds in the Middle East is planned to be open on Bluewaters Island. The exhibition will include wax models of superstars from the world of sports, politics, fashion and show business. Visitors will “meet” pop singer Justin Bieber, popular blogger Kylie Jenner, actor Vin Diesel, singers Balkis Fathi and Nancy Ajram, as well as other famous personalities.

The special features of the Bluewaters Island 

Bluewaters Island has many chances to become one of the most attractive tourist and residential destinations in the Middle East. The developers continue improving the area, implementing innovative ideas and fresh looks. Speaking about the amenities, what does Bluewaters Island provide its visitors and residents with? 

  • Living on an artificial island off the coast of Dubai with residential and commercial real estate
  • Possibility to witness the beauty of Dubai from the world’s largest Ferris wheel
  • Extensive entertainment zone
  • 5 Star Hotels
  • Landscaped gardens, walking paths, rest areas
  • Restaurants and cafes, spas, playgrounds, gyms, and others. 
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Bluewaters Island. Photo by Raimond Klavins on Unsplash.com

Short Holiday, Investment, or permanent living? 

The abundance of things to do and the advantageous characteristics are the first reasons why foreigners choose Bluewaters Island for a holiday, while some even decide for a permanent residence. However, real estate on Bluewaters Island could be an interesting investment option as well. 

If you are interested in purchasing real estate on Bluewaters Island, it is advisable to work in cooperation with trusted real estate agents, such as AX CAPITAL which has a portfolio of hundreds of stylish homes and a wide audience of happy clients. 

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