As the 50th Golden Anniversary beckons, the evolution of Caesars Palace Las Vegas continues using the reimagining from the legendary hotel?s original tower, the Roman Tower, to become completely reborn as the new Julius Tower. Never sitting on its laurels, the $75 million Vegas hotel tower restoration belongs to a continuing brand transformation from the Vegas resort which has welcomed countless site visitors from the center Strip vantage beginning August 5, 1966. Likely to welcome its first visitors January 1, 2016 with rates beginning at $149, the brand new 587-room Julius Tower will feature new design-savvy, modern rooms and suites. The Julius Tower may be the latest bit of a $1 billion investment, cementing Caesars Palace as the premier resort in the center of the Vegas Strip.
Drawing from Roman history, the title of the new Julius Tower pays homage to Julius Caesar, the foremost and possibly most broadly known of all of the Caesars. He would be a pivotal figure in ancient Rome, credited with laying the foundation for the Roman Empire. Fittingly, the brand new Julius Tower signifies a rebirth from the original tower at Caesars Palace, around which the legendary casino resort has broadened into its very own Vegas Empire. Today, Julius Tower is situated in the centre of Caesars Palace, with easy accessibility casino floor and every one of the resort?s world-class amenities.
?As we enter into our milestone golden anniversary year, we continue to reinvent Rome?and Las Vegas,? said Gary Selesner, Caesars Palace regional president. ?We set the standard of luxury when we first opened our doors almost 50 years ago and are proud to continue to raise the bar for excellence in every way. Caesars Palace has a well-earned reputation for providing guests with impressive accommodations, unmatched culinary offerings, and the best in gaming and entertainment. With this renovation of our original tower, we are proud to continue this tradition and can?t wait for guests to experience the all-new Julius Tower.?
Created by Michael Medeiros of KNA Design, the classically inspired yet modern inside of the new Julius Tower rooms comprise a calming neutral palette having a pop of freesia yellow and a little Aegean blue. The all-new rooms within the Julius Tower mix textured and gently reflective materials, developing a calm rest from the thrill from the casino. The focus from the room is really a custom-upholstered head board integrating tanned presented mirror sections adding sparkle and reflection towards the space. Popular features of Julius Tower guest room amenities includes 55? Televisions, luxurious Beautyrest Bouvet Island Beds, a specifically-curated small bar and British-designed Gilchrist & Soames in-room toiletries and amenities.
The entry and bathroom walls have a two-toned stone pattern creating a broadened feel towards the bathroom featuring a dual sink floating vanity. A stone shower with glass enclosure features two sides of glass to have an open feeling with handheld shower and polished brass shower head. The custom lighted vanity mirrors are made and inspired with a modern interpretation of the legendary column of Caesars Structure with a few guest rooms having a custom-designed chaise lounge inspired with a Greek Klismos chair. The brand new Julius Tower rooms also boasts custom artwork that mixes photographs of roman statues with artistic hands attracted costumes designed to inspire the idea of the Caesars Palace themed Las Vegas ?show girl.?
Caesars Palace is now announcing the next thing of their story, using the complete restoration from the original tower making way for the all-new Julius Tower, the lately introduced December opening of MR CHOW Las Vegas along with a year-long celebration of their golden 50th anniversary in 2016. Combined with the exclusive and world’s first Nobu Hotel, the Forbes 4-star Laurel Collection, and also the completely new Julius Tower – the latest luxury rooms in hotels around the Vegas Strip -Caesars Palace remains an innovator of innovation and also the ultimate luxury location to stay or play.