Banyan Tree replaces Caesars Place Dubai on Bluewaters Island
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Ennismore and Banyan Tree Group, two global leaders in hospitality and part of the Accor Group, have opened Banyan Tree Dubai.Banyan Tree Dubai has replaced the Caesars Palace Dubai, following a phased stage of brand related upscaling improvements. The repositioned resort will feature 179 rooms, including 30 suites and a brand-new four-bedroom villa with its own private entrance, pool and beach. A key focal point of the resort will be its wellness offering with the signature Banyan Tree Spa featuring its own reception, relaxation area, gym, indoor and outdoor yoga spaces, dedicated F&B space, private mini rainforests, hydrotherapy pools and treatment rooms. The resort will have five restaurants and bars, each carefully curated through a collaboration between Ennismore’s in-house F&B concept studio, Carte Blanched, and Banyan Tree Group, to offer guests a diverse culinary experience. Banyan Tree Dubai will also include 96 private residences comprising one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom units with a dedicated lobby, outdoor swimming pool and access to the hotel’s facilities.