Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment
Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017 | 1:17 p.m.
Gold-plated faucets and $20,000 85-inch TVs are just two of the luxurious amenities in 10 special villas on the 29th floor of Caesars Palace’s newly renovated Palace Tower.
The $100 million renovation covered all 1,181 rooms and suites in the building and is part of an ongoing project of Caesars Entertainment to remodel all of its rooms in its Las Vegas properties.
Las Vegas is known for over-the-top penthouse suites built to attract guests with oversize gambling budgets from around the world. The new villas, by KNA Design, will be an enhanced draw for that market segment, according to a Caesars press release announcing the completion of the Palace Tower renovation.
“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.”
The villas are large, 2,750 square feet to 4,085 square feet, and come in four themes: ancient Grecian, Biedermeier, English Regency and French Empire.
Guests in the villas have their own private elevator and 24-hour butler service. Custom features in the villas include:
• Powder rooms designed to look like jewel boxes with custom cabinets
• Imported stone and hand-distressed hardwood flooring
• A curated art program with hand-painted wall murals and art
• Hand-tufted, custom-designed,100 percent wool area rugs and carpets imported
• 24K gold-plated plumbing fixtures
• Steam showers in all bathrooms
• Specialty 85-inch or 75-inch televisions with surround sound in living areas, which retail for $20,000
• High-tech toilets
• Fully integrated whirlpool tubs in all bathrooms
Pricing for Palace Tower villas begin at $3,109 per night.
The Palace Tower renovation is the latest in a series of new or renovated rooms at Caesars Palace in the past six years, resulting in 90 percent of the resort’s room product being new or remodeled, the press release said. This includes redesigns of the Octavius, Julius (the resort’s first tower) and Augustus towers and a total investment of nearly $1 billion.