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Bluewater Island

by rayan on June 12, 2023

Bluewaters Island boasts ten residential buildings and two luxurious 5-star hotels, offering a total of 479 guest rooms and suites.

The residential buildings consist of 698 glass-fronted apartments with one to four bedrooms, each accompanied by one or two parking spaces. Additionally, there are four penthouses and 17 townhouses available.

The standout feature of Bluewaters Island is the Ain Dubai Ferris Wheel, previously known as the Dubai Eye. Standing at a height of 230 meters, it is the largest Ferris wheel in the world, providing breathtaking panoramic views of the entire city.

Residents of Bluewaters Island enjoy a range of amenities, including state-of-the-art gyms, swimming pools, landscaped gardens, basketball courts, and children’s play areas.

The four penthouses offer exceptional views of the Arabian Gulf, Dubai Marina, Ain Dubai, and the Dubai skyline. They provide spacious indoor and outdoor areas, with five bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms, and extended living spaces.

The interiors of Bluewaters Residences are meticulously finished in a minimalist style with a neutral color palette. Full-height windows adorn all apartments, allowing abundant natural light. The open-plan kitchens are equipped with premium Italian appliances and seamless worktops.

The island features two beachfront hotels. Caesar’s Palace offers 194 luxury rooms and suites, along with 80 serviced apartments ranging from one to four bedrooms. The second hotel, Caesar’s Resort, comprises 301 guest rooms. Both hotels grant direct access to a 450-meter private beach.

Bluewaters Island has been thoughtfully designed to facilitate airflow between buildings, creating a pleasant breeze. Large canopies provide ample shading. The main boulevard separates the residential areas from the retail and entertainment districts. Notably, most traffic passes through an underground tunnel, resulting in a relatively traffic-free boulevard.

The island showcases magnificent tree-link structures resembling the Supertrees found at Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay.

An upcoming attraction on Bluewaters Island is the world’s highest rope climbing platform, located over 150 meters high on one of the legs of Ain Dubai.

The entire $1.6 billion project has been developed by Meraas, a government-owned company known for its contributions to other prominent Dubai developments like City Walk in Jumeirah and The Beach retail and restaurant district in Jumeirah Beach Residence.


Transport and Accessibility

Driving Commute Times:

From Bluewaters Island, it takes approximately 18 minutes to drive to Dubai Mall, 10 minutes to Palm Jumeirah, 16 minutes to Burj Al Arab, and 12 minutes to The Walk JBR.

Airport Proximity:

Dubai International Airport (DXB) is roughly a 27-minute drive away, while the new Al Maktoum International Airport is approximately a 30-minute drive away.

Road Access:

To access Bluewaters Island by car, there is a dedicated link from Sheikh Zayed Road that leads to a new bridge connecting to the island. The road then passes through a tunnel, emerging near the conference center and hotels located at the far end of the island. Parking spaces for residents, shoppers, and visitors are available off the tunnel.

The island provides 2,400 parking spaces, and driving times to various destinations are as follows: 7 minutes to Dubai Marina, 20 minutes to Downtown Dubai, 30 minutes to Al Maktoum Airport, 30 minutes to Dubai International Airport, and 45 minutes to Abu Dhabi Airport.

Public Transport:

Currently, there are no public transportation routes to Bluewaters Island. However, pedestrians can access the island via a bridge that directly connects to The Beach at JBR.



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