Caesars Palace Exterior
Caesars Palace Exterior

Caesars Palace spans 85-acres at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. It’s just 10-minutes from McCarran International Airport. Caesars Palace offers a total of 3,980 rooms. There are more than 300 suites, throughout five hotel towers (not including Nobu Hotel):

  • Julius Tower (formerly the original Roman Tower) – 587 new hotel rooms and suites, renovated at the end of 2015
  • Palace Tower – 1,181 rooms and suites. This included 10 luxurious new villas on the 29th floor, opened in 1997 and renovated in 2017
  • Augustus Tower – 952 rooms and suites including three luxury villas, opened in 2005 and refreshed in 2016
  • Octavius Tower – 668 rooms and suites including six luxury villas, opened in 2012
  • Forum Tower – 452 rooms and suites including two villas, renamed from Olympic Tower in 1997 and renovated in 2009
  • Nobu Hotel (formerly Centurion Tower) – 182 rooms including 18 suites and one villa, opened in 2013

Here is some useful information for each of the Caesars Palace hotel towers.

Palace Tower

In 2017, the iconic Caesars Palace Las Vegas completed its latest renovation of its Palace Tower. This resort’s largest tower features 1,181 stylishly designed guest rooms and suites. The renovation price tag topped $100 million.

Considered the crown jewel of the tower, the coveted 29th floor features 10 luxurious villas ranging in size from 2,750 square feet to 4,085 square feet and featuring exquisite finishes, bespoke furnishings, and a curated art program.

The Palace Tower’s elegantly designed new guest rooms and suites feature cool grey tones accented by royal blue and champagne gold. Centrally located, the Palace Tower is a short walk to the resort’s convention center, Appian Way shops, and Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis.

Julius Tower

During the resort’s 50th anniversary celebration in 2016, the evolution of Caesars Palace continued with the reimagining of the iconic hotel’s original tower, the Roman Tower, which was completely reborn as the new Julius Tower.

Never resting on its laurels, the $75 million Las Vegas hotel tower renovation is part of a $1 billion investment, cementing Caesars Palace as the premier resort at the center of the Las Vegas Strip, welcoming millions of visitors beginning Aug. 5, 1966.

The new 587-room Julius Tower welcomed its first guests in January 2016, featuring design-savvy, modern rooms and suites.

Augustus Tower

Refurbished in 2016, the 948-room Augustus Tower features a classic Caesars theme but with a contemporary update. Infusions of royal blue and champagne gold accent cool grey tones.

These luxurious rooms are conveniently located on the southern end of the property near the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis and hotel lobby. The Augustus Tower initially opened in August 2005, with an additional valet entrance for VIP guests.

In 2010, three luxury villas were completed in the newly constructed Augustus Tower revealing spacious floor plans spanning an average of 8,800 square feet. Each villa features:

  • Imported marble floors
  • A private elevator
  • Hand-distressed wood parquet and inlaid wood floors
  • Hand-painted wall murals and ceiling designs
  • Wood and stone archways and casings
  • A billiard room
  • A plush home entertainment theatre
  • Whirlpool bathtubs in the main and guest baths
  • Steam mist showers in all bathrooms
  • Fully integrated audiovisual systems with televisions in nearly every room and custom contemporary artwork.

An outside private terrace includes a spa tub, fire pit, seating and dining area with a gas lantern and wall sconces. Villa guests may also enjoy the luxury of private butler and concierge services.

Nobu Hotel

Caesars Palace and Nobu Hospitality developed the world’s first Nobu Hotel, a boutique hotel within the larger destination resort that opened in February 2013. The innovative concept integrates an exclusive hotel tower with the first Nobu Restaurant & Lounge on the Las Vegas Strip.

The 182-room Nobu Hotel offers 18 suites and a rooftop villa with stylish interiors showcasing natural materials fused with Nobu’s signature Japanese elegance, designed to convey an extension of the fun and energetic Nobu lifestyle.

Nobu Hotel guests enjoy a bevy of perks, including private check-in, Natura Bisse luxury bath amenities, and 24-hour access to the exclusive in-room dining menu curated by Nobu’s acclaimed culinary team.

Octavius Tower

On Jan. 2, 2012, Caesars Palace opened Octavius Tower. This became the resort’s sixth hotel tower. The 23-story hotel tower offers 642 rooms including 62 suites and six luxury villas.

Octavius Tower offers a luxurious boutique hotel experience within Caesars Palace featuring stylish hotel rooms starting at 550 square feet and an innovative technology package that includes a web application that allows guests direct access to communicate with room service, housekeeping, reservations, and front desk services.

An in-room MediaHub allows convenient plug-and-play capabilities with direct streaming straight from a mobile device to the 42-inch flat-screen television.

Forum Tower

The 24-story Forum Tower includes 452 guest rooms,10 two-story suites, inspiration for the movies “Rain Man” and “The Hangover.” There are also 60 two-bay suites, 18 executive suites, and two penthouses (9,500 and 12,500 square feet).

Guest accommodations feature blissful bedding, dressed in premium linens and stylish matelassé, as well as large, flat-panel televisions, iPod® docking stations, electronic doorbells, and “do not disturb” messaging. Distinctive in the Forum Tower are spacious, marble showers equipped with both rain shower and regular shower head fixtures and bench seating.

The refurbishment of the Forum Tower was completed in October 2008 at a cost of $83 million. This follows the late 2005 opening of the 900-room Augustus Tower and the 2006 refurbishment of the 1,100-room Palace Tower.