Located off the coast of Jumeirah Beach Residence and the Dubai Marina, Dubai’s latest hotspot, the man-made development Bluewaters, is officially open.
This island development is divided into three main areas: a residential area which includes luxury apartments, hotels and resorts, a shopping area as well as an entertainment area.
Overlooking the island, the world’s largest Ferris wheel, Ain Dubai, will offer visitors a 360° panoramic view of the city’s world-famous skyline. Visitors to the island can also pop into the newest branch of Madame Tussaud’s – the internationally renowned wax museum which is set to open early 2020.
With well over a hundred shops and restaurants overlooking the broad expanse of the Arabian Gulf, Bluwaters Dubai is also home to the second ever Caesars Palace. Centrally located between the Caesar’s Resort and Caesar’s Palace, the Cove Beach Club offers guests and visitors pool and beach access with no less than three private pools, complete with sun loungers and Jacuzzi cabanas, and two uber modern restaurants.
Cape Reed was contracted to install a large area of decking, which includes walkways, pool terraces and restaurant flooring. Additionally, the team also installed a number of pergolas, sun-loungers and daybeds, timber cladding, fences and gates throughout the development.