Dubai's Cove Beach will host a takeover in Las Vegas this summer
Dubai’s Cove Beach has announced it will host its first US takeover at Venus Pool & Lounge at Caesars Palace’s Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis in Las Vegas, says Arabian Business.
Beginning in the last week of May through to first week of September, Cove Beach will bring its style to The Strip, featuring live entertainment and the hottest parties.
Spanning five acres and offering seven swimming pools, Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace will host Cove Beach Caesars Palace Las Vegas daily from 10am to 8pm.
The Cove Beach takeover at Venus Pool & Lounge will offer 18 flavours of shisha created by Shisha Paradise while Dubai-based operating company, Livit Hospitality, will bring four of Cove Beach’s hit parties to Las Vegas, including Rose Soirée, Little Havana, FRSH and JMRCK.
At Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai, Cove Beach offers Mediterranean ambiance and weekly themed parties.
“I’m extremely proud of the world-class lifestyle brand that we have created, as well as the strong relationship we have developed with Caesars Entertainment. We can’t wait for Cove Beach to become part of the Las Vegas lifestyle scene,” said Adel Ghazzawi, co-founder of Cove Beach and operating company Livit Hospitality Management.
“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 finalising collaborations with several other iconic Dubai acts. It’s time to show the world what Dubai has to offer,” he added.
Chris Holdren, chief marketing officer for Caesars Entertainment, said: “Caesars Entertainment found success in bringing some of Las Vegas’s most popular brands like Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen, Qua and Bacchanal Buffet when opening Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai.
“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.”