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Roman Tower of Caesars Palace Las Vegas Undergoes Renovation

LAS VEGAS—Caesars Entertainment plans to renovate the original Roman Tower of Caesars Palace Las Vegas as the new Julius Tower.

The $75-million renovation is part of an ongoing brand transformation of the Las Vegas resort. Expected to welcome its first guests January 1, 2016, the new 587-room Julius Tower will feature newly designed guestrooms and suites. 

Designed by Michael Medeiros of KNA Design, the interiors of the new Julius Tower rooms are made up of a neutral palette with a pop of freesia yellow and a touch of Aegean blue.  The all-new rooms in the Julius Tower combine textured and lightly reflective fabrics. The focal point of the room is a custom-upholstered headboard incorporating bronzed framed mirror panels.

Highlights of Julius Tower guestroom amenities will include 55-in. TVs equipped with Sonifi system, Beauty Rest Bouvet Island Mattresses, a specially curated mini bar and English-themed Gilchrist & Soames in-room toiletries and amenities.

The entry and bathroom walls feature a two-toned stone pattern creating an expanded feel to the bathroom and features a double sink floating vanity.  A stone shower with glass enclosure features two sides of glass for an open feeling with both handheld shower and showerhead.

The custom lighted vanity mirrors are designed and inspired by a modern interpretation of the columns at Caesars Palace with some guestrooms featuring a custom-designed chaise lounge inspired by a Greek Klismos chair. The new Julius Tower rooms also feature custom artwork that combines photographs of Roman statues with artistic hand drawn costumes meant to inspire the notion of a Caesars Palace themed Vegas “show girl.”