Cove Beach club is relocating to Caesars Palace hotel
The legendary Las Vegas hotel Caesars Palace is set to open later this year on Bluewaters Island…
Popular beach club Cove Beach is set to reopen its doors at Las Vegas hotel export Caesars Palace.
The new hotel, which will open on Bluewaters Island off JBR later this year, will be home to a newly upgraded version of Cove Beach, which was formerly housed in Jumeirah Beach Hotel.
When the project, a collaboration between Dubai’s Meraas and Las Vegas’ Caesar’s Entertainment, was first announced, it promised two hotels (Caesar’s Palace and Caesar’s Resort) and a beach club, so we imagine that Cove Beach will be found in the beach club space.
Although details of the opening are being kept under wraps for now, we hope that Cove Beach’s weekly Wednesday ladies’ day concept will be brought back at it’s swanky new location.
Cove Beach was one of two venues which stayed opened when Jumeirah Beach Hotel closed for major renovations back in May of this year.
When Cove Beach closed at the start of the summer, it left only Tiki nightclub Mahiki operating from the Jumeirah location. However, the nightclub abruptly announced it was closing its doors on Thursday, citing “unforseen circumstances during the renovations of Jumeirah Beach Hotel” as the reason.
In a statement issued by the club, the management promised to use it as an opportunity to “embark on a new chapter as we prepare for what Mahiki will bring in 2019”.
Cove Beach, Caesars Palace, Bluewaters Island, off JBR, coming soon. Facebook.com/CoveBeachDubai
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