Known for bringing luxury with a hint of aristocratic elegance to the Las Vegas Strip, Caesars Palace Las Vegas has completed a $100 million renovation of its Palace Tower.
The tower, which is the resort’s largest, features 1,181 guestrooms and suites, plus 10 spacious villas on the 29th floor—ranging in size from 2,750 sq. ft. to 4,085 sq. ft. The villas’ design features include a curated art program combining hand-painted wall murals and art pieces, 24K gold-plated plumbing fixtures in the master bathrooms and powder rooms, steam showers and fully integrated whirlpool tubs in all bathrooms, custom wood, iron, bronze and glass lighting fixtures, and much more.
Book your clients for a stay in one of these villas, and they will also enjoy additional perks such as a private elevator entry to the 29th floor, around the clock butler service, limousine transportation to and from McCarran International Airport, and more.
The guestrooms and suites have also gotten a luxurious facelift through the tower’s renovation. In addition to their grey, royal blue, and champagne gold color scheme, design highlights of the guestrooms and suites include pillow-top king and queen beds, stone bathrooms and LED flat-screen televisions.
Guestroom rates start at $149/night, while rates for the villas start at $3,109 per night. For more information and online booking, visit caesarssuites.com.