Caesars Entertainment recently made the luxury accommodations across its collection of Las Vegas, Nevada resorts available to view and book online through one comprehensive new website, CaesarsSuites.com.
The site features exclusive accommodations, from multi-room suites to multi-story duplexes to opulent villas. Suite pricing begins at $175 per night.
CaesarsSuites offers rooms across Las Vegas
The collection on the site includes more than 2,000 suites and villas. This comprehensive list of offerings features rooms at the following Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas properties:
- Caesars Palace
- Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
- The Cromwell
- The Linq
- Planet Hollywood
“With CaesarsSuites.com, guests can view and book suites within this exclusive collection of luxury accommodations with the click of a button,” Caesars Entertainment President of Hospitality Bob Morse said in a release. “Guests can also completely customize their suite stay by selecting from an array of personalized amenities, making their Las Vegas experience completely their own.”
Suites include other high-end amenities
High-roller options for guests on the site include arranging limousine transportation from McCarran International Airport. Plus, personal concierge service is available in certain suites. There is 24/7 butler service in select villas as well.
Many of the accommodations have been recently renovated. In fact, when 2017 wraps up, Caesars Entertainment claims it will have renovated more than 800 suites at its various Las Vegas properties.
Newly renovated accommodations available on the site include suites at The Julius Tower at Caesars Palace. These suites were redesigned in 2016. Plus, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino also has 231 newly restyled suites.
In addition, Caesars Palace will make eleven newly renovated mini-villas on the 29th floor of its Palace Tower available to book on the site in August 2017.
The most luxurious Strip housing options
The most luxurious accommodations available in the collection is arguably The Nobu Villa at Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace.
The David Rockwell-designed three-bedroom 10,300-square-foot Villa is the only room on the hotel’s rooftop. Its long list of features includes:
- Japanese-inspired design
- Sky deck with Strip views
- Full bar
- Barbecue pit
- Zen garden with an Italian-made whirlpool
- Dining area where guests can enjoy cuisine made by Nobu chefs
Be aware though, a stay starts at $35,000 per night.
The collection also includes the exclusive Caesars Palace Villas. The Titus Villa is the largest at Caesars. It is an 11,200 square-foot villa with three-bedrooms. Amenities include:
- Media room
- Billiard room
- Its own bar,
- Grand piano
- Private outdoor garden with a pool
- Fire pit
- Direct access to Garden of the Gods
Each stay comes with round-trip limo as well as butler service. Pricing starts at $25,000 a night.
Booking either of these villas will also get you your own casino host to help you enjoy Caesars Palace’s almost 125,000-square-foot casino.
More luxury off the Strip
Off the Strip, the collection includes the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino’s Palazzo Villas. These villas range in size from one to six bedrooms and 3,900 to 13,950 square feet.
Plus, they are right next door to where the World Series of Poker is held annually. There’s a private entrance, 24-hour butler service, and complimentary airport limousine service. However, you’ll have to talk with the folks at CaesarsSuites.com directly to discuss pricing.
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Affordable Las Vegas suite accomodations
More affordable luxury can be found at The Cromwell, where the 1,730-square-foot Cromwell Suite can be booked. Pricing starts at $2,179 each night.
The room features:
- King bed
- Master bath with a separate tub and shower
- Eight-seat dining table
- Pool table
Plus, you’ll also get airport limo service and access to Drai’s Beach Club.
Reservations at Planet Hollywood’s PH Bay Suite are also available through the site. Those rooms start at $2,500 a night. The suite features:
- Two bedrooms
- Large living and dining area with multiple couches
- Wet bar
- Eight-seat dining table
- Separate office
- Memorable views of the Strip
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