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Live Like Royalty In These Remodeled Palace Tower Rooms

Last updated: November 10, 2017 at 3:05 pm. Posted by in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas Hotels, Things to Do in Las Vegas. No Comments on Live Like Royalty In These Remodeled Palace Tower Rooms.

Just when you thought Caesars Palace couldn’t get any better… baby, it just did. We’re talking $100 million better.

The iconic Vegas hotel recently revamped its Julius Tower, and now the Palace Tower’s $100 million room renovations are complete. That means if you book a Palace Tower room now, you’re guaranteed a new one.

A room may be just a room to you, but it’s more than just a place to crash. The second you walk into any of these redesigned rooms, you feel a vibe. And when you’re in Vegas, you want that vibe to be a stellar one. These Palace Tower rooms look so spiffy, they can be the perfect backdrop for your Instagram selfies / photo shoot. Plus, nothing beats staying in a Palace within a Palace right?

Palace Tower

The Palace Tower renovated 1,181 rooms and suites. That’s more than 1 million square feet. Construction began this past January and now the 13 villas are complete. Fun fact: There was enough new carpet laid down in the Palace Tower to cover 16 football fields.

With the magic of KNA Design, the redesigned Palace Tower rooms are best described as modern luxury, all without the stuffiness. Cool gray tones are paired with pops of royal blue and red. We also like the little touches like the dark woods, multiple mirrors and even desk lamps designed like little pillars. The marble-adorned bathrooms remind us of a private spa retreat, complete with a stone bathtub. Plus, the dual sinks give you more than enough room to get ready. But we don’t need to get into full detail. The pictures do these regal rooms plenty of justice.

You can live in different levels of royalty – it all just depends how you want to relax or party. Rooms start at 525 square feet (standard room size) to a whopping 3,000 square feet for a villa. All of the revamped Palace Tower rooms and suites include a pillow-top mattress, 49-inch LED flat-screen TV, an MP3 charging station, a Keurig coffee maker, hair dryer and all the amenities you’d find in a posh resort.

OK, we’ll stop with all the design and amenities. On to the Palace already! Let’s start big with the villas:

The Villas on the 29th Floor 

If you’re a baller, this section’s for you. There are a handful of villas to choose from, but each villa carries the same bells and whistles. The Chateau, Sparta, Greek and English villas each have their distinct style. When you have company over, these Vegas villas are the best place to host. The ornate chandeliers hanging above the dining tables are great conversation pieces, while the spacious bar areas are good for happy hour — or any hour, honestly. The artwork seen throughout these villas has a charming quality, too.

The stone bathrooms are bigger than most studio apartments and even have 24-karat gold-plated fixtures. Plus, the sunken tubs (complete with air massage and whirlpool jets) are meant for long, comforting bubble baths. Talk about royalty. We also love how the toilet seat lights up and automatically opens for you the second you step in the bathroom. (It’s the little things, right?)

Bedrooms have a mini sectional or oversized chaise, so you’ll have plenty of room to sprawl out. The patterned headboards and fabric upholstered wallpaper add a nice touch. We’re also a huge fan of the well-lit vanity stations in each room and the crazy big closets with three-way mirrors. It’s like a personal dressing room in the comforts of your villa.

Other jaw-dropping features include 85-inch or 75-inch TVs complete with surround sound and perks like a private elevator entry, 24-hour butler service, limo transportation to/from the airport and more. On top of all these great amenities, the spacious entryways and views of the city take our breath away.

Rooms range from 2,750 square feet to 4.085 square feet. These remodeled villas will cost a pretty penny (one to three-bedroom villas, ranging from $3,109 to $9,109) but if you got it, flaunt it. Plus, since the villas are all located on the 29th floor, the views are out of this world. We deserve to splurge, right? Book one of the Palace Tower villas here.

Let’s move on to the rooms, which are definitely in our budget.

Palace Premium Suite

Caesars Palace - Palace Premium Suite upgrades to a 2 Bedroom Suite in Las Vegas

You can upgrade the Palace Premium Suite to a 2 bedroom suite in Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Perfect for: The party of the year – what else?
What we love: The spacious living room, dining area and the towering city views.
Rates from: $770. Learn more.

Get ready to live like a king and queen because you deserve to have it all. The Palace Premium Suite is the palace. Bring your friends and mingle in the huge living room and dining rooms that feature chandeliers over the dining table, along with LED flat-screen TVs in the living room and bedrooms. There’s also a bar section so you can play bartender — or appoint someone else. When everyone has their drink, you can raise a glass while admiring the views from one of many windows. Absolutely gorgeous. A connecting room is available, making this one spiffy two-bedroom suite in Las Vegas.

Palace Tower Premium Room - 2 Bedroom Suite in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace

This bed is awesome. How could you not feel like an emperor in something like this? Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

The color scheme is different compared to the Palace Tower premium room and studio. The suite’s cool gray colors are paired with burnt orange and dark blue accents. You can add a connecting room with two pillow-top queen beds. You might as well upgrade since we’re sure the festivities will go into the wee hours of the morning.

His and Hers bathroom in Caesars Palace's 2 Bedroom Suite in Las Vegas

Bathrooms in the Palace Tower rooms are packed with amenities. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Like the studio, the spacious his-and-hers bathrooms are connected by a two-person walk-in shower with dual shower heads. There’s also a separate guest bathroom your friends can access from the main living and dining room.

P.S.: If you do plan on sticking around town for a bit, the closet space is huge.

Palace Premium 

Palace Premium - Las Vegas Suite Deals at Caesars Palace

Every prince or princess needs a room like this in their palace. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Perfect for: A romantic getaway (or need to just to get away, period).
What we love: There’s a vanity in the room’s hallway. You can sit down and do your makeup in peace.
Rates from: $132. Learn more.

You’ll live like a prince or princess in this Palace Premium Room. You’ll sleep like royalty on a pillow-top mattress and there’s a nearby work station to handle your business needs. But who are we kidding? You’re probably going to jot down your fun, off-the-wall itinerary on the notepad instead. And when you’re ready to wind down for the evening, there’s a seating area right by the window.

Caesars Palace Las Vegas suite bathroom for Palace Premium suite

With posh bathrooms, it’s like having your own personal spa. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

We also dig the Caesars-style marble bathroom with dual sinks, a walk-in shower and an over-sized spa bathtub. With a bathroom this nice, we can see why you’ll take your time getting ready.

Palace Studio 

Caesars Palace Vegas Suites - Palace Studio

Forget your studio apartment in this 700-square-foot Palace Premium Studio. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Perfect for: If you want / need just a bit more space.
What we love: This “studio” is bigger than our first apartment.
Rates from: $137. Learn more.

Hey friends, come over to our studio…

Doesn’t that sound so cool just saying it? Well that’s because it is. We all could use a little more space. That’s why this 700-square-foot Palace Premium Studio is perfect. It’s ideal for a gal’s weekend if you book a room with two queen beds. Plus, all of the premium studios offer a sweet view of the hotel’s Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis.

The studio offers two bathrooms, which are connected by a two-person walk-in shower. The spacious shower has dual shower heads.

The Palace Tower is a short walk to the convention rooms, Appian Way shops and the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. And while this tower is a short walk from everything, we love how it’s still tucked in its own corner.

Caesars Entertainment spent $350 million in renovating hotel rooms across the country — about 7,000 rooms all together.

 

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