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October 25, 2015

Caesars Palace Las Vegas to renovate Roman Tower

Caesars Palace Las Vegas in the US is set to invest $75m to renovate its Roman Tower as part of an ongoing brand transformation of the resort.

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Caesars Palace Las Vegas in the US is set to invest $75m to renovate its Roman Tower as part of an ongoing brand transformation of the resort.

After completing the renovation, the Roman Tower will be renamed as Julius Tower.

Caesars Palace regional president Gary Selesner said: "Caesars Palace has a well-earned reputation for providing guests with impressive accommodations, unmatched culinary offerings, and the best in gaming and entertainment."

The Julius Tower is part of $1bn investment that makes Caesars Palace as the premier resort at the centre of the Las Vegas Strip, the company stated.

The new 587-room Julius Tower, which is expected to welcome the first guest in January next year, will feature newly designed, modern rooms and suites.

"Caesars Palace has a well-earned reputation for providing guests with impressive accommodations, unmatched culinary offerings, and the best in gaming and entertainment."

Designed by Michael Medeiros of KNA Design, the new Julius Tower rooms will feature a soothing neutral palette with a pop of freesia yellow and a touch of Aegean blue.

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Moreover, the rooms will have a custom-upholstered headboard that incorporates bronzed framed mirror panels.

Other amenities include 55in TVs, luxurious Beautyrest Bouvet Island mattresses, a specially curated mini bar and Gilchrist & Soames in-room toiletries and amenities.

According to Caesars Palace Las Vegas, the new rooms feature custom artwork that includes photographs of Roman statues.

In September, RLS-CMC completed installation of high-profile distributed antenna systems (DAS) within multiple hotels and resorts located at the Las Vegas strip in Nevada, US.

The newly installed advanced networks are expected to increase wireless capacity for guests, enhancing their overall experience at each property.


Image: The new Julius Tower rooms will feature a soothing neutral palette with a pop of freesia yellow and a touch of Aegean blue. Photo: courtesy of PRNewsFoto / Caesars Palace Las Vegas.

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