Octavius Tower Caesars Palace, the sixth hotel tower added to the Las Vegas resort, adds even more space and luxury. Opening in January 2012, the hotel tower features 668 rooms as well as 60 suites and six villas. Over the past few years, Caesars Palace has worked to become an even bigger and better resort. The renaissance started with the return of Celine Dion and continues with the new hotel tower as well as new restaurants and the arrival of Shania Twain’s first extended stay in Las Vegas.
Similar in design to Augustus Tower, the last new addition, Octavius Tower Caesars Palace, offers an elevated level of service as well as contemporary decor with marble floors and brushed chrome. You’ll also find furniture in elegant dark woods and a stylish carpet to complement. Expert designer, Michael Medeiros from KNA Design, added his signature touch to the decor, making sure these Las Vegas suites have a distinctive style.
The guestrooms and suites begin at 550 square feet and go up from there—all of the spaces were designed with comfort in mind. King-sized plush mattresses with pillow tops provide a comfortable place to rest whenever you’re done enjoying the Las Vegas nightlife, as will the cozy linens to top. The bathrooms at Octavius Tower Caesars Palace also feature upscale style. Besides the marble, they come with large whirlpool tubs and glass showers. The granite vanities are stocked with luxury bath products, nestled underneath a flat-screen TV.
These luxury suites also feature a big work desk and a sitting area. Media hubs make it easy to keep connected—and you can even download an app to connect to the hotel’s services. Guests are welcome to request nightly turn-down service and room service on demand, and each room features in-room coffee service.