Time Out says
Posted: Thu Mar 27 2014
You’d expect some variety in a hotel this huge, and so it proves. The standard rooms are expansive and well maintained, if not especially inspiring. If you’ve got a little cash, it’s worth splashing for the "Deluxe" rooms in the Augustus and Palace Towers, upgraded with high-tech facilities and stylishly modern design. The suites are fancier still: some have circular beds, in-room saunas, wet bars, living/dining rooms, home theaters, wine grottoes, and even steam and workout rooms. And the newly opened Nobu Hotel within Caesars redefines luxury.
Caesars Palace 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South (Forum Shops)