Las Vegas Reopening $75-Million Luxury Hotel Tower

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As the iconic Caesars Palace in Las Vegas celebrates its Golden Anniversary in 2016, it will do so with the reopening of its Roman Tower, now renamed the Julius Tower. The 587-room tower at Caesars Palace reopens following a full $75-million renovation.

The newly transformed Julius Tower at Caesars Palace reopens Jan. 1, 2016, with all-new rooms featuring modern interiors, a neutral palette, and lush amenities, such as Beautyrest Bouvet Island mattresses, Gilchrist & Soames toiletries, 55-inch televisions, glass-enclosed stone showers and custom artwork. Also opening at the 85-acre resort Jan. 1 is MR CHOW, which joins a chef-branded collection of restaurants that includes names like Nobu Matsuhisa, Gordon Ramsey and Bobby Flay.

The new tower is the latest in the Las Vegas resort’s $1 billion renovation. Reservations are now available for 2016, with rates beginning at $149.

–Lissa Poirot

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