Caesars Palace in Las Vegas has completed their renovations of the largest tower in the resort, the Palace Tower. The price tag was $100 million for the 1,181 stylish suites and guest rooms. The 29th floor is considered the towers crown jewel and offers ten new villas of exquisite luxury including curated art, bespoke furnishings, and extraordinary finishes. The spacious villas are between 2,750 and 4,085 square feet. Just like the villas in the grand Augustus, Forum and Octavius towers, the Palace Towers have sensational design details including intricate finishes, refined flooring, and wall coverings from all over the world.
Caesar’s Palace has a reputation throughout the world for their opulent villas. According to Caesar’s Palaces President Gary Selesner, many of the most discriminating guests in the world have stayed at these villas including dignitaries, celebrities, and royalty. The luxury of the new villas has been completely redesigned, and offer the elevated service and lavish accommodations distinguishing Caesars Palace as one of the leading resorts on the Strip. The suites and guestrooms are accented with champagne gold and royal blue, include queen and king pillow-top beds, flat-screen LED televisions and stone bathrooms. The Palace Towers are centrally located, and a short walk to the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, the Appian Way shops, and the convention center of the resort.
KNA Design designed the villas by blending different architectural styles, and an eclectic mixture of décor and furniture. The result is worldly and worthy of an aristocrat. The furnishings combine streamlined, simple and sophisticated pieces with hand-carved items with a lot of detail. The design of the Palace Tower encompasses four main aesthetics. The Ancient Grecian is a sophisticated masculine, formal style using a theme of warm blues, grays, and accents of red. The Biedermeier is an elegant, streamlined European style combining a masculine aesthetic and rich woods with gold and warm neutrals, and accented with red and black. The English Regency is a formal, refined European style with rich woods, sapphire blue, cream and emerald green accents. The French Empire is an elegant, formal European style with hand-painted, soft finishes, celadon green and neutral shades.
The villa designs also include hand-distressed hardwood flooring, imported stone, and intricate patterns and designs. The powder rooms are delicate jewel boxes with cabinets styled like furniture. Art pieces and hand-painted murals are combined with a curated art program. The architectural lighting adds drama and brightens. The fixtures are made of iron, custom wood, glass, and bronze. The walls are upholstered in fabrics including luxurious velvets, silks, cotton, and wool, and the wood paneling is raised. The area rugs are hand-tufted, 100 percent wool, and custom designed. The carpets are wall-to-wall and from Thailand. The plumbing fixtures in the powder rooms and master bathrooms have plumbing fixtures plated in 24K gold, and every bathroom has a steam shower. The living areas feature specialty televisions with 75 or 85-inch screens. The pantries are fully outfitted with stainless steel appliances. Revolutionary functions and integrated technology has been used for the toilets. All the bathrooms feature whirlpools tubs with jets and air massage.