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Caesars Entertainment reveals newly renovated suites, updated website

12 May 2017

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Caesars Entertainment has added newly renovated suites to its most exclusive collection of luxury accommodations across its portfolio of Las Vegas resorts. As part of Caesars Suites, formerly Anthology Suites, more than 2,000 suites and villas are available to view and book online via one comprehensive new website.

From the beginning of 2016 to the end of 2017, Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas will have renovated more than 800 suites, featuring a diverse array of options throughout the destination for every traveler and occasion. Select from sleek, multi-room suites to stylish two-story duplexes and grand villas spanning more than 11,000 square feet. Suite pricing starts at $175 per night.

For a true high roller experience, guests can pair their stay with a bevy of perks, ranging from limo transportation to-and-from McCarran International Airport to access to a personal concierge in select suites and around-the-clock butler service in villas. At Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, where sophisticated Japanese cuisine takes center stage, guests can take in-suite dining to new heights with spectacular creations prepared live by one of the hotel's master sushi chefs in the striking Nobu Villa and Nobu Penthouses.

"With, guests can view and book suites within this exclusive collection of luxury accommodations with the click of a button," says Bob Morse, president of hospitality for Caesars Entertainment. "Guests can also completely customize their suite stay by selecting from an array of personalized amenities, making their Las Vegas experience completely their own."

Highlights of Caesars Entertainment's newly renovated suites include the following:
  • The Julius Tower at the iconic Caesars Palace features new design-savvy, modern suites, following a complete tower redesign in 2016. The contemporary Julius Tower Duplex is reminiscent of a two-story home in the heart of the glittering Las Vegas Strip.
  • For those seeking luxury with a tranquil feel, the refurbished Augustus Tower at Caesars Palace offers the Augustus Spa Suite, which invokes the serenity of a soothing spa with cool grey tones accented by stone flooring and frosted glass.
  • Known as the place to play for its roster of A-list celebrity guests, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino's 231 newly restyled suites feature bold designs and stunning views of the glittering skyline. Design details in the Ultra Apex and Ultra Boulevard suites feature daring décor elements such as suspended sofas, lounge-style living spaces and oversized modern artwork.
  • This summer, Caesars Palace will also unveil 11 newly renovated mini-villas on the coveted 29th floor of the Palace Tower, available to book in August 2017.
Caesars Palace's sprawling villas, rarely seen by the public, remain the crown jewel of the suite collection. With spacious floor plans spanning an average of 8,800 square feet and pricing starting at $15,000 per night, these opulent villas feature imported marble floors, private elevators, hand-painted wall murals and more and are paired with amenities, such as private butler and concierge services. Similarly, the boutique Nobu Hotel is home to the exquisite three-bedroom, 10,300-square-foot Nobu Villa. Designed by David Rockwell and Rockwell Group, the $35,000 per night Nobu Villa is the hotel's only rooftop villa, offering unsurpassed views of the world-famous Las Vegas Boulevard.

Guests of Caesars Suites are entitled to a variety of additional amenities, such as VIP check-in and Total Rewards Diamond queuing at locations throughout all Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts. For guests who desire an all-inclusive, turnkey experience, Total Experiences, a personalized concierge service for small groups, make it all come together at no additional cost. For more information, visit the Total Experiences website.

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