Caesars Palace Room Review

When it opened Caesars Palace was one of the first luxury hotels on the Strip. The concept was to create guest rooms that people actually wanted to spend more than 10 minutes in. Of course, several much more extravagant hotels have opened over the years but (with several renovations since) Caesars still seems to hold its ground among the nicer places to stay on the famous Las Vegas Strip. The hotel offers Roman themed rooms fit for royalty. The luxurious and sophisticated style found in the guest rooms are some of the nicest in town. Decorated in muted yellow tones with ornate accents and a fun dramatic appeal, the guest rooms’ maintain a distinct European feel. Luxurious bedding, uniquely appointed bathrooms, and renovated fixtures are standard among all guest rooms at Caesars.

Rooms in the Palace Tower offer an Armoire with 27” plasma TV, iron and ironing board, writing desk, spa tub, alarm clock, in-room safe, king or two queen beds, double vanities, separate shower and tub. Rooms average 500 square feet. Deluxe Palace Tower Rooms offer oversized spa tubs and a marble dry bar. These rooms are also upgraded with more contemporary furnishings and toned-down theme. Luxury linens, duvets, and several comfortable pillows will have you drifting off to sleep in no time. A step up from these rooms is the Premier Palace Room which offers bathrooms that are almost as big as the living area. These rooms offer an elegant entryway as well as all the aforementioned amenities that you expect at Caesars Palace. Large walk-in showers and separate oversized tubs are perfect for a romantic weekend in Sin City.

The Augusts Tower offers slightly upgraded rooms which are slightly larger (a minimum of 650 square feet) and include a separate sitting area with oversized couch, king or queen size bed, and large private bathroom. Amenities include: 32” plasma TV in bedroom, 17” plasma TV in bathroom, telephone in the bathroom, iron and ironing board, refreshment center, writing desk, spa tub, alarm clock, CD player, robes, in-room safe, marble bathrooms, double vanities, and separate shower. Upgraded suites offer parlors, wet bars, one or two bedrooms, refreshment center, large bathrooms with double vanities, and some even come with beautiful round entryways that will make guests feel like king and queen for a day. All the little extras that come inside the gorgeous Caesars Palace suites make it worth the upgrade.

Unlike anything you’re seen before, the most unique and outrageous suite in Las Vegas is the Absolut Suite. Designed by the Absolut Spirits Company and Esquire magazine, the “Find Your Flavor” Suite is 1,380 square feet with four bedrooms. Each bedroom is themed after a flavor of Absolut vodka. This is truly the most delicious suite in town and at a rate of $40,000 a night, you wouldn’t expect anything less.