Caesars Palace is bringing an experience from its Dubai property to Las Vegas this summer, when Cove Beach will take over Venus Pool and Lounge at Caesars' Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. The transformation begins on Memorial Day weekend and lasts through Labor Day weekend and will include live entertainment and new amenities, such as shisha (water pipes) with 18 flavors of tobacco.
"Caesars Entertainment found success in bringing some of Las Vegas' most popular brands like Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen, QUA and Bacchanal Buffet when opening Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai," Chris Holdren, chief marketing officer for Caesars Entertainment, said in a statement. "In turn, we witnessed the wildly successful Cove Beach in Dubai, and knew we needed to bring it to Caesars Palace Las Vegas to elevate the pool party scene and bring something completely different."
Themed parties are a big part of the festivities at Cove Beach, and some of the most popular at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai on the Persian Gulf are being imported to the Vegas Strip as part of the takeover. On Thursdays it will host a Rose Soiree, with limitless rose wine and music from DJ Colione and other guest performers. Fridays will feature Little Havana, a fiesta inspired by the Miami neighborhood of the same name, with a special mojito cocktail served and Latin tunes spun. Saturdays bring FRSH, a '90s dance party, and Sundays' JMRCK party features music from the Caribbean.
"What's so exciting is the opportunity to take other homegrown Dubai brands with us on this journey. Dany Neville will be the first Dubai DJ to take up a residency in Las Vegas, and we are finalizing collaborations with several other iconic Dubai acts. It's time to show the world what Dubai has to offer," Adel Ghazzawi, co-founder of Cove Beach and operating company Livit Hospitality Management, said in a statement.
For more information visit caesars.com/covebeach.