Caesars Palace Las Vegas Remodels Palace Tower

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Remodels Palace Tower

The Palace Tower at Caesars Palace resort in Las Vegas is the latest renovation in a series of redesigned rooms and villas at the world-renowned hotel which includes new spaces in Julius, Augustus and Octavius towers.

The Palace Tower is the largest at the hotel with 1,181 guest rooms and suites as well as 10 luxurious villas on the 29th floor. The Palace Tower has easy access to the pool and is located in the middle of the resort.

The new guestrooms follow a cool grey design with accents in red and blue. Premium suites include his and her bathrooms accented with marble and a huge two person-connecting walk in shower with two showerheads. Bathrooms feature a bidet and a sleek modern soaking tub. We loved the separate make-up area outside of the bathroom, complete with a close up mirror.

In addition to luxurious bathrooms, the new rooms and suites feature comfy pillow top mattresses, MP3 charging stations, Keurig coffeemakers and LED flat screen televisions.

High rollers can experience over the top amenities in one of Caesar’s new villas, ranging from 2,750 to 4, 084 square feet. Depending on size and design preference, guests can choose from Ancient Grecian (grey with blue and red accents), Biedermeier (rich woods, warm neutrals and gold with black and red accents), English regency (rich woods with cream and gold accents) and French Empire (neoclassic style featuring neutral and mind green shades).

Additionally, villas include luxurious design features including imported stone and distressed hard wood floors; hand painted murals; silk and velvet upholstered walls; 24 karat gold plated plumbing fixtures; steam showers, 75" and 85" TVs with surround sound and whirlpool tubs.

Guests also enjoy use of a private elevator, 24-hour butler service, limo transportation to and from the airport and VIP check-in.

The renovated rooms and villas add to the overall atmosphere of Caesars Palace, which includes providing great spaces for eating, shopping and people watching.

As we walked around the Forum Shops, we noticed new seating areas featuring large chairs designed to resemble Julius Caesars’ head and large spacious benches.

If you haven’t visited Caesars Palace in a while, it’s worth booking a stay to enjoy new rooms, suites and general areas, and for those who can afford it, a stay in one of their beautiful new Palace Tower villas.

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