Caesars Entertainment has been renovating and upgrading their hotel rooms in Las Vegas non-stop for the past couple of years. During an investor presentation, they revealed that 90% of their Las Vegas hotel rooms will have been renovated by 2020. Caesars Palace alone has seen redesigns of the Octavius, Julius (formerly Roman) and Augustus Towers.
This week Caesars Entertainment announced the completion of their latest renovations at Caesars Palace. Renovations to all 1,181 hotel rooms and suites have been completed in the Palace Tower. This is the largest of the various towers at Caesars Palace. The upgrades are significant with a price tag topping $100 million.
The Palace Tower is located sort of in the middle of Caesars Palace. The elevators are right next to the entrance to the pool. It’s a short walk to the convention center, Appian Way shops, and casino floor. After checking in, the initial walk to the tower with luggage can feel a bit long but it’s a great location – especially if you plan on enjoying the pool(s). This is a convenience that any pool lover will enjoy.
The Palace Tower’s new basic guest rooms mirror most of the recent Caesars Entertainment hotel room renovations. The tones are mute with pops of color to add interest. These rooms now feature grey tones accented by royal blue and champagne gold. Design highlights include pillow-top king and queen beds, stone bathrooms and LED flat-screen televisions.
The 29th floor of the Palace Tower features ten new luxurious villas featuring exquisite finishes and furnishings from around the world along with a curated art program. You probably won’t see an upgrade to the massive villas with your $20 trick. The new luxury living spaces range in size from 2,750 square feet to 4,085 square feet.
“Caesars Palace is known worldwide for its collection of opulent villas, which have hosted some of the world’s most discriminating guests, including celebrities, dignitaries, and royalty,” says Gary Selesner, president of Caesars Palace. “The completely redesigned Palace Tower, including its luxurious new villas, further diversifies the lavish accommodations and elevated service that distinguish Caesars Palace as one of the Strip’s leading resorts.”
Caesars Entertainment didn’t skimp on these villas. Some design features include the following:
- Imported stone and hand-distressed hardwood flooring featuring intricate designs and patterns
- Powder rooms designed to resemble delicate jewel boxes featuring bespoke, furniture-style cabinets
- A curated art program combines hand-painted wall murals and art pieces which range from traditional to contemporary
- Architectural lighting designed to brighten and add drama to spaces; custom wood, iron, bronze and glass lighting fixtures
- Raised wood paneling and fabric upholstered walls ranging from luxurious silks to velvets, wools, and cotton
- Hand-tufted, custom-designed,100% wool area rugs and wall-to-wall carpets imported from Thailand
- 24K gold-plated plumbing fixtures in the master bathrooms and powder rooms
- Steam showers in all bathrooms
- Specialty 85” or 75” televisions with surround sound in living areas, which retail for $20,000
- Fully outfitted pantries with stainless steel appliances
- Toilets featuring revolutionary integrated technology and functions
- Fully integrated whirlpool tubs in all bathrooms with air massage and whirlpool jets
Pricing for Palace Tower villas begins at more than $3,000 per night. In addition to the luxurious living space, villa guests are have additional perks and amenities, including the following:
- Private elevator entry to the 29th floor of the Palace Tower
- Around the clock access to butler service
- Limousine transportation to and from McCarran International Airport
- VIP check-in and Total Rewards Diamond queuing at locations throughout all Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts
Here’s a video highlighting all of the renovated rooms and new villas at the Palace Tower inside Caesars Palace.