Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace Dubai resort restaurants fate revealed

Four of the eight restaurants at Caesars Palace Dubai on Bluewaters Island in Dubai will continue to operate after the resort is taken over by Banyan Tree.

For example, Japanese restaurants TakaHisa and The Robata, Italian eatery Venus Ristorante are still available for bookings, while Cove Beach Club will continue to host pool parties and ladies’ days.

The restaurants at Caesars Palace Dubai are run by independent operators and will continue to operate after the hotel closes. No word yet on the fate of Demon Duck By Alvin Leung, Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen Dubai, Havana Social Club and Bacchanal restaurants.

The new Banyan Tree Dubai resort will offer 179 guest rooms, including 30 suites and a new four-bedroom villa with a private entrance, private pool and beach. Banyan Tree also plans to open its signature restaurants at the resort.

In September, the United Arab Emirates created a new federal body General Commercial Gaming Regulatory Authority, which will develop a regulatory framework for gambling and lotteries.

Kevin Mullally, who has 30 years of experience in the field of national and international regulation of gambling, was appointed Director General of the new agency. Abu Dhabi will control the activities of the department, but the rulers of the emirates will decide whether to allow gambling on their territory.

Casino activity is currently banned in the UAE, but back in 2022, Wynn Resorts said it would build an integrated resort with a gambling house in Ras Al Khaimah in 2027.

Source: The National

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