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Introducing The New Julius Tower At Caesars

Caesars Palace celebrates its 50th anniversary on August 5, 2016

Emperor Julius Caesar is credited with laying the foundation that led to the rise of the Roman Empire. So it’s only fitting that the latest rebirth of the first tower built at Caesars Palace is named in his honor. Guests stepping inside the Julius Tower’s 587 renovated rooms will find a refreshed, contemporary design with pops of color and well-appointed bathrooms containing dual sinks.

CAESARS PALACE TO CELEBRATE ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY

CAESARS PALACE TO CELEBRATE ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY

The $75 million facelift of the original tower comes as Caesars Palace prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The iconic resort, which opened in 1966, continues to evolve, adding an impressive collection of celebrity chefs, chic bars, and lounges plus a lineup of resident headliners that has kept the resort fresh. In the past year alone, Caesars Palace has opened OMNIA Nightclub, VISTA Cocktail Lounge and added restaurants, Searsucker, and the all-new MR CHOW.

About The Author

Ryan Slattery grew up in Boston. It wasn’t until he moved to Las Vegas in 2003 that the city’s sports teams started winning championships—eight since he left. Now, he’s only allowed back to visit. Ryan is the managing editor of Vegas Player magazine and also writes about travel, entertainment and dining for a number of national publications.

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