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.
|Venue name:||Caesars Palace||Contact:|
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard S (Forum Shops)
|Cross street:||at W Flamingo Rd|
|Transport:||Bus Deuce, 202|
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