The experience found at this elite section of Caesars Palace is superior to what you’ll find with the ordinary Vegas stay.
It starts with your private valet entrance to the resort’s Augustus and Octavius Towers. You’ll be greeted with an exclusive check-in desk and amenities that go far beyond what you’d expect in Vegas or other tourist towns, for that matter. There are unique, personal touches at every turn.
They want you to feel like Vegas royalty when you stay in the Laurel Collection, and they certainly succeeded on my recent stay.
There’s an award-winning (and life-changing) spa retreat, a salon (Color by Michael Boychuc), three wedding chapels and two restaurants (Restaurant Guy Savoy and Central Michel Richard), along with retail shops and the ever-popular Starbucks.
The spacious rooms located down the private corridor in this elite section of Caesars Palace offer comfort and luxury.
The bathroom alone is the size of many Vegas hotel rooms. From the Jacuzzi tub to glassed in shower, it’s easy to relax and re-energize.
My particular view overlooked other fun Vegas hotspots, making it easy to appreciate the energy of the city while still appreciating the quiet beauty of your home away from home.
The art, décor, and simple luxury of the furnishings will have you wanting to stay longer in your room, wishing you would never have to leave Las Vegas.