Located in Dubai’s shallow waters, next to the Jumeirah Beach Residence, is the man-made island of Bluewaters, developed by Meraas. In its vicinity, you’ll find neighborhoods, commercial areas, and dining options along with luxurious properties for sale in Bluewaters Island. As a resident on Bluewaters Island, you will have unobstructed views of the Dubai cityscape and the coast. They can also take advantage of the quick and easy access to the city provided by Sheikh Zayed Road.
Bluewaters Residences is a luxurious 10-building complex on the island. Caesars Resort and serviced flats are among the other structures on Bluewaters. You can choose from any of the area’s 698 flats or 17 high-end villas. Prices for the available units extend from half a million to several million Euros. Private pools and landscaped courtyards are available in certain homes.
The island features about 2,400 parking spots and two high-end hotels. One might choose from one of the island’s 164 restaurants or nightclubs. Bluewaters Island is close to the city, but it feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Bluewaters Island’s public transit system plays a crucial role in navigating around the island. By ferrying people to and from the island’s mainland, the Group Rapid Transit (GRT) system facilitates tourism. Mini-trains operated by the GRT travel between the mainland and Bluewaters Island every half hour.
Pedestrian bridges make driving and getting about the island a breeze. If you’d want to get across the island quickly and easily, the public bus system is at your disposal. In addition, Jebel Ali is the mainland’s closest metro station, and multiple connecting stations make getting there a breeze. Additionally, the Wharf Station serves as Bluewaters Island’s primary terminal for both land and sea travel. The Bluewaters Island offers a taste of the good life with its two five-star hotels and ten high-end housing complexes.
The 230-meter-tall Ain Dubai Ferris wheel, the tallest in the world, is also available to residents. There are unimpeded vistas of the metropolitan area.
As if all of these five-star conveniences weren’t enough, Bluewaters Island is also home to some of the city’s most visited sights. Bluewaters is home to a wide selection of dining options for when you’re in the mood to eat out. Bluewaters has a wide variety of cuisines available, from Indian to Italian. Moreover, the island’s restaurants serve up some of the finest examples of world cuisine, guaranteeing that there’s something here to suit every palate.
The luxurious man-crazy island of Bluewaters is the newest addition to Dubai’s bewitching skyline. There are two 5-star hotels and 132 stores and restaurants in the open retail space adjacent to the community’s 698 luxurious 1, 2, 3, and 4-bedroom apartments.
The world’s largest Ferris wheel, Ain Dubai, is the centerpiece of Meraas’s multibillion-dollar project. The neighborhood features the famous Ceasars Palace and the exciting Cove Beach. In addition to the luxury beachfront homes, Bluewaters Island also features a variety of popular tourist attractions and resort-style services.
Ten buildings, each with 15 floors, make up the residential complex. Most apartments provide breathtaking panoramic views of the island, Ain Dubai, and the lively boulevards of Dubai. The neutral color scheme and basic furnishings are fitting for the project’s architectural style. Large Italian appliances, marble countertops, and floor-to-ceiling windows with double glazing can all be found in these luxurious apartments.
The Wharf Link, a bridge spanning 265 meters, connects the neighborhood to Jumeirah Beach Residence, making it easily accessible on foot. Plus, getting on Sheikh Zayed Road is a breeze for locals.
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