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7 new Las Vegas hotel rooms you have to see

Last updated: October 17, 2016 at 2:18 pm. Posted by in Caesars Palace, Harrah's Las Vegas, Las Vegas Hotels, Planet Hollywood Resort. 6 Comments on 7 new Las Vegas hotel rooms you have to see.

“Where should I stay?” is THE major question on the minds of every Vegas hopeful when the pools open and the sun gets hot. The answer is as easy as reading this article: these seven rooms are fresh, new and located at our favorite hotels. Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas and Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino are featuring exciting renovations just in time for your Vegas vacation. Plus, Caesars Palace now features check-in kiosks to help get you inside your room even faster. Read on to plan your perfect getaway with a room that’s redesigned for your needs.

Caesars Palace Julius Luxury Room

The newly redone Julius Tower at Caesars Palace puts a modern spin on affordable luxury. The color scheme in the Julius Luxury King Room features a cool gray palate with lively pops of golden yellow. The artwork emphasizes the blend of classic and contemporary with shots of Roman statues in showgirl costumes, contrasting Vegas history with classical imagery. The bright and enticing room has home-away-from-home elements like a lighted vanity mirror. When your arms are loaded down after a shopping spree at the Forum Shops, keycard swipe entry on all Julius Tower rooms makes for an easy entrance.

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Caesars Palace Julius Executive Suite

If the suite life is what you seek, consider a Julius Executive Suite. The large living area is perfect for entertaining and includes spacious couches, chairs and a wet bar. The elegantly appointed dining area is designed for enjoying takeout or room service with panache. When you need a break from your crew to relax, the bathroom’s deep soaking tub will help recharge your batteries.

Caesars Palace Augustus Spa Suite

It’s nice to have a tranquil retreat after a busy day of shopping and sightseeing. The Augustus Tower Spa Las Vegas Suite at Caesars Palace exudes relaxing bliss with its fabulous spa-like bathroom. Soak in the tub while enjoying a glass of champagne and a view of the Strip. The suite’s white, cream and pale purple color scheme sets a serene tone. The peaceful sitting room includes a plush velvet couch, perfect for curling up with your favorite book or magazine. Relaxation continues in the bedroom with the movie theater experience. A large flat screen TV pops out of the footboard so you can watch movies in bed. Room service, anyone?

Caesars Palace Augustus Standard Room

This room is really anything but “standard.” Indulge in breakfast in bed against the room’s comfortable padded headboard as you plan your adventures for the day. All Caesars Palace rooms have a Keurig so bring your freshly brewed coffee to the velvety sectional to lounge and prop your feet up on the shimmery charcoal ottoman. The room’s bold décor is a contemporary take on the Caesars Palace theme with Greek key detail in the drapery and abstract art featuring translucent silhouettes of Roman statues.

Harrah’s Las Vegas Valley Tower King Room

At Harrah’s Las Vegas, the Valley Tower has been updated with a stylish makeover. Rooms feature a creamy white and gray palate with vibrant pops of magenta and regal purple. Speaking of fit for a king, the new Carnaval South King Rooms feature uplighting behind the headboard for a fun ambiance. The lighted vanity is perfect when getting ready for a big night out on the Strip. Convenience abounds in this room which has multiple outlets and USB ports on its nightstands. You’ve got to keep that phone charged to Instagram your Las Vegas experience! Caesars Entertainment is committed to environmentally sound practices through Code Green initiatives and the new rooms follow suit with eco-friendly shampoo, conditioner and body wash dispensers in the showers.

Harrah’s Las Vegas Valley Tower Vice Presidential Suite

Opt for the Valley Tower Vice Presidential Suite at Harrah’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino for more entertaining space. The room features a king bed plus a sofa bed and a large round sectional. Rich purple jewel tones really pop against the crisp white bedding. Practice your mixology skills behind the large bar area where your group can enjoy a cocktail while overlooking the Strip. Retire to the calming bathroom for a dip in the oversized soaking tub before getting ready for your night out.Click below for a video tour.

Planet Hollywood Apex Suite

Take it straight to the top with the Apex Suite at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino where your entourage will have plenty of room to dance on the tables. Unleash your inner Britney and J. Lo on top of the coffee table that doubles as a dance platform surrounded by a massive sectional couch for all your adoring fans. The Apex Suite brings sleek and modern to an entirely new level of luxury with North and South Strip views.

Whichever room you choose, remember to download the free play by Total Rewards® app onto your Android or iOS device. This app allows users to explore hotels, book rooms, make entertainment and dining reservations, plus check in and out. Caesars Entertainment’s Total Rewards® members can receive location-based offers and virtual coupons while logged in to the app, plus check their Reward Credits® balance and tier status. Sign up, log on and create your perfect Las Vegas vacation!

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About The Author

Allison came to Las Vegas over a decade ago and fell in love with the city and all its dining and entertainment options. A live music junkie and tequila enthusiast, she has written for Las Vegas Weekly, Las Vegas Sun, Vegas Magazine and Conde Nast's VegasChatter.

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6 Responses

  1. Great info…..time to plan a trip to Vegas and Caesars is always my favorite. ..planning a Three Dogs Nite concert as well as Brad Paisley concert while sipping my favorite Margarita.
    Thanks for all the great info.
    I am a freelance journalist, lecturer and blogger.
    Linda Scott

  2. I’m looking to honeymoon in October in Vegas please if you can intice me with what you can offer in any of the hotels ,shows food and spa stuff tops the deal and a indoor pool, I stayed in aria the first year built and was informed the isn’t hotels with hot tubs but did have nice jetted tub and bathroom, oh I’m excited and want to come back please send offers you can please Lisa carroll

  3. Allison Duck

    Hi Lisa,
    If you are looking for deals and offers, I suggest you sign up for Total Rewards here: Hope you enjoy your next trip to Las Vegas!

  4. Kathy Hawkins

    Longtime Total Rewards member with plenty of comps. Would love to stay here but can’t . Handicapped people cannot access the beds because of the platform underneath. I wish they would at least have open bed frames in the handicapped rooms. Most wheelchair users use a patient lift that has to roll under the bed. The platforms make it impossible to use. Do you have rooms, suites, anything that has a normal bed frame?

  5. Allison Duck

    Hi Kathy,
    Rooms with open bed frames are available at Paris Las Vegas and can be available at The LINQ and Flamingo. If you wish to book one of these rooms, please contact the desired hotel so the proper accommodations can be prepared prior to your arrival. Thanks so much for being a loyal Total Rewards member and I hope you will enjoy your future visits!

  6. The information and the pics is enough to entice someone who’s planning to visit Las Vegas to end up having good time in your hotel. By the way, I’ve seen so many positive reviews from your customers, and I must commend the management and staff of Caesars palace for their wonderful job. Hopeful, I’ll be there someday, God willing, to join thousands, if not millions of your teeming customers to say ‘Caesar Palace – a paradise on Las Vegas’.

    I equally planned to blog about your hotel in