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Here's a trip report for a stay in the Palace Tower at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, which is part of the Caesars Total Rewards program and group of casino hotels and resorts. I stayed in this room on the 18th floor which was very comfortable and very nicely decorated. The Palace Tower is now being renovated.


Update July 8, 2017  Until the Augustus Tower was built at Caesars Palace, the Palace Tower was the premier area of Caesars Palace. The Palace Tower is still relatively new, very attractive, and now it is going through its own renovations floor by floor. You will find that the Palace Tower is perfect for you if you have a convention or ballroom event at Caesars since most of the ballrooms and convention areas are in the Palace Tower. The Palace Tower is also the most convenient tower to be in if you are a regular pool visitor. But, Caesars is a sprawling casino, and unfortunately getting to the Palace Tower is a hike from any of the valet areas and from the main check-in area and from the Seven Stars and Diamond check-in area.

If you don't mind the walk, be prepared for a solid five-minute walk from the elevators at the Palace Tower to the main valet and check-in desk, and another two-minutes to the August Tower VIP valet and the nearby Diamond Lounge and Diamond and Seven Stars check-in areas. The Palace Tower does put you closer to the restaurants at Caesars including Mesa Grill, Nobu, Rao and you are close to the Business Center.

The room I had (I requested two queen beds) was very attractive and despite construction on other floors of the Palace Tower this room was very quiet. At check-in I was given a room that was far from a floor with construction. Housekeeping service was fantastic and the room was clean with plenty of towels and the usual soaps and shampoos. The rooms have either views of the mountains or the pools.

If you want to be close to the casino action, however, be prepared for a hike and be prepared for a hike during check-in and check-out with your bags.

In the photo below you can see the modern style furniture that most of the newly decorated rooms at Caesars Palace have. The TV is well placed and the sound was good for viewing from the bed. The furniture was comfortable.


I asked for two queen beds and they were plush and comfortable. This room had what was called a "mountain view" which actually gave you a view of The Mirage and the Caesars garages below. You did see mountains and the valley. Some guests might prefer a view of the pools.



I loved the bathroom and the design of the tile but I admit that some people might be dizzy with the design. Two sinks is essential and check the cabinets for extra towels and toilet paper. There was a large bath and the shower was comfortable but it wasn't a large shower. There was only a small shelf in the shower for soap and for holding shampoo so be prepared for that. The toilet was in a separate "closet" or room which is a feature that I like in most rooms at Caesars Palace.


If you want a relaxing tub, here's the tub so relax.


There is a separate vanity area for makeup that is outside of the bathroom and ladies might appreciate this. You can put on your makeup away from any humidity in the bathroom area. You don't see this feature often.


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