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Sprinkles takes the cake
Coveted around the world, Sprinkles Cupcakes have long hit the sweet spot when it comes to dessert done right. The brand with the golden touch not only started the trendy cupcake craze from its tiny Beverly Hills shop, but it has maintained its perch as Queen Bee of the cupcake world ever. Lines in some of its California locations still stretch around the corner for nearly hour long waits—11 years later! (Yes, they’re that good.)
As one of many swanky new hot spots at The LINQ district, Nevada gets its very first Sprinkles Cupcakes outpost on March 21. Located in the Central Plaza area by the bubbling fountains, it will feature not only the legendary cupcakes, but its Sprinkles ice cream, cookies and quick-serve Cupcake ATM.
When basketball, green beer and leprechauns collide
March is always a maddening mix of basketball fanaticism and St. Patrick’s Day revelry. Splurge on game day viewing party packages March 20-23, and build up to it with the kitschy shenanigans O’Sheas has planned for its Block Party. Expect all-day drink specials, a beer pong challenge with Lucky the Leprechaun, an adult balloon artist, DJs and live bands.
The show(girl)stopping return of “Jubilee”
On the heels of its modernizing makeover, “Jubilee” (sans exclamation point this time around) reopens on March 17 after a two-month hiatus. Being that the revamp is helmed by none other than Beyoncé’s creative director, Frank Gatson Jr., you know this fine, feathered show is going on the “fabulist.”
Look at Keith Urban benefit charity at the same time
Vegas goes country every April when the onslaught of Academy of Country Music Awards festivities take over town for nearly a week. Its charitable Party For A Cause Festival is set for The LINQ, taking over two stages for 12 hours of nonstop music and food on April 4-5. Rascal Flatts and Keith Urban headline, joined by the newly announced Florida George Line, plus Justin Moore, Chris Young, Lee Brice and Kip Moore. The night is presented by ACM Lifting Lives, benefiting several charities. Plenty of fun bars are now open at The LINQ, including BLVD Cocktail Co., Brooklyn Bowl and Yardhouse, so the party really won’t stop even after show encore. Yeehaw!
When in doubt, go green some more…
If more in the mood to party-hop for St Patrick’s Day festivities, there are special offerings and pricing happening all over the Strip. Putting the “rock” in shamrock, celebrate all weekend long with the patio party at Miracle Mile Shops‘ Cabo Wabo Cantina. Count on discounted green margaritas, green beer and tubs of brews.
On March 17, Trevi Italian inside The Forum Shops will serve the fettuccine al pesto con gamberi—pasta tossed with sautéed shrimp, sun-dried tomatoes, pine nuts and basil in a green pesto cream sauce. Pair it with the day’s other two specials: pistachio gelato and the ‘Kiss Me, I’m Italian’ sour apple cocktail.
We’re also partial to the “Pot of Gold” pineapple mojito cocktail at Carmine’s NYC Italian in The Forum Shops, simply because it’s pretty and looks like it will bring us luck.
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St. Patrick’s Day is only one week away. Are you ready?
Las Vegas’ favorite Irish-themed pub and casino, O’Sheas brings back its legendary St. Patrick’s Day Block Party with a bang. This year’s celebration is a weekend-long event from Saturday, March 15 through Monday, March 17.
From noon to midnight, expect drink specials, contests and lots o’ beer pong at this 5,000-square-foot casino bar. And what’s a party without live band and DJ performances? Expect nothing less than raucous Vegas-meets-Ireland revelry.
On Saturday and Sunday, party inside O’sheas with live entertainment and drink specials. These include $3 12-ounce draft beers, $8.50 call drinks and $10 Irish Car Bombs.
Next Monday’s celebration is when this Las Vegas bar really gets wild. The day-long festivities flow out onto The LINQ, the Strip’s new outdoor shopping district between The Quad and Flamingo. The party kicks off at noon with a live commitment ceremony, officiated by O’Sheas own Brian “Lucky” Thomas. Fun fact: This lucky couple’s love story actually began at this Vegas four years ago.
After the ceremony, enjoy live music, balloon artists, stilt walkers, leprechauns, beer pong, giveaways and of course, plenty of green beer.
O’Sheas offers 11 table games, 15 video poker spaces, six beer pong tables and three bars – Lucky Bar, Dublin Up Bar and the outdoor Blarney Bar.
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Attention, accessories addicts! Ruby Blue is an an adorably sexy little shop that just opened at the flourishing LINQ shopping and dining district last week. Stocking jewelry, sunglasses, watches, headbands, gifts, handbags and lingerie, prepare to spend a freakishly long amount of time perusing all of its sparkly objects of affection. After all, it’s the only boutique in The LINQ to carry enough accessories to complete your going out ensemble. (We suggest hitting nearby blowout bar The Style Lounge after.) After a long browse, I rounded up these must-haves that will bring out your inner Vegas girl—even when back home. As Rihanna would say, “shine bright like a diamond.”
1. Crystal-encrusted home phone. For the ultimate girly girl, these $118 masterpieces make the perfect novelty gift.
2. Ridiculously pretty lingerie in a rainbow of colors. Many girls can go into any Victoria’s Secret-like boutique and drop hundreds of dollars on frilly, frivolous lingerie we will probably never wear, but is too cute not to buy. And that’s ok because it makes us feel better about our lives.
3. Seemingly inspired by David Yurman’s very recognizable designs, we’re digging the chunky colored gemstones and twisted silver rings on this table.
4. Marriage-saving coupons. In the store’s side enclave, you’ll find an array of adult novelties, including fun books and these “You Owe Me” cards. And let’s face it, it’s cheaper than therapy.
5. Just in case the after party ends up on your hotel room, Ruby Blue sells posh rhinestone handcuffs—the right way to get “arrested.”
6. A purse that makes you want to pop some bottles! For the especially elite champagne drinkers* out there, pay homage to your favorite libation in a cute and convenient way with this Mary Frances purse. As the catchphrase goes, “your Vegas is showing”.
*Champagne bottle for decoration only. Not for consumption.
7. A stylish travel tote like this Nicole Lee one is a huge necessity for jetsetters, but let’s justify this splurge anyway: if you’re on a Vegas vacation, you’ll probably be so enamored you’ll quickly book another trip back. (Especially because I know you want to ride The High Roller when it’s finally open.) See? Purchase justified to the shopping Gods.
8. It’s a jungle out there with these animal-inspired jewels. Because it’s never a bad time to venture forth to the Strip rocking a blinged out peacock ring.
9. Want to throw some shade? Ruby Blue boasts lots of sunglasses, ideal for
being way hungover or wanting to look like a celebrity sun protection.
10. No, it’s not a tie for your flamboyant bestie. This pink blindfold is 100 percent silk and features Swarovski crystals. Chi chi chi! (Also can be used as a hangover device if you lose sunglasses at the pool.)
11. Brass knuckle style, it’s a weapon AND a purse. Be prepared to bring out your inner Nicki Minaj.
12. Even fancier jewels! If you’re looking to up your game away from more costume pieces, the Cubic Zirconia-heavy Crislu collection is pretty much to die for. We especially love the rose gold key necklace.
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“Extra” host Maria Menounos ruffled some feathers on Wednesday–in a good way. News about the latest partnership between Caesars Entertainment and Starwood Preferred Guest hit “Extra” at Universal Studio Hollywood. The collaboration between Starwood Preferred Guest loyalty program and Caesars’ Total Rewards gives members access to special treatment and a host of VIP amenities.
The dazzling segment with the big reveal airs on “Extra” today and Sunday.
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Tickets are on sale now for the holy grail of culinary festivals, Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit, returning to Las Vegas for its eighth year on May 8-11. Set to be the largest one yet, the world’s foremost cooking masterminds and celebrity chefs all hit town for a lineup of star-studded events that involve fancy food, rare pours, chef demonstrations and Master Series Dinners. Mixing up chefs, sommeliers and mixologists, events will be spread out over several Strip resorts, including Caesars Palace.
Get ready to be starstruck—this year’s roster includes all the cool kids: Bobby Flay, Buddy Valastro, Daniel Boulud, Giada De Laurentiis, Joёl Robuchon, Julian Serrano, Guy Savoy, Mario Batali, Pierre Gagnaire, Masayoshi Takayama, Michael Mina, Nobu Matsuhisa, Royden Ellamar, Shawn McClain, Thomas Keller and more.
“Four days in the Las Vegas sun celebrating 70 of the world’s best chefs, 20 of the most talented Master Sommeliers and 50 amazing events is my perfect weekend,” said “Bon Appétit” editor in chief Adam Rapoport. Food lovers get rare access to interact and rub shoulders with their favorite big-named chefs—and let’s face it, it’s a great excuse to book a trip to Vegas. Here are some of Vegas Uncork’d anticipated event highlights.
Krug Chef’s Table at Master Series Dinner: Dinnertime Decadence with Guy Savoy, Thursday, May 8
A new event this year, experience exclusive like never before. Be one of six at the swanky chef’s table at Restaurant Guy Savoy inside Caesars Palace. At the only Krug Chef’s Table in the U.S., indulge in premium Krug Champagne and dine on a special menu prepared by the Michelin-starred chef himself.
A Scot’s Tale: Master Series Dinner with Gordon Ramsay, Thursday, May 8
Hosted by the chef himself, this Master Series Dinner showcases Ramsay’s signature flavors with a once-in-a-lifetime menu at his own Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill in Caesars Palace.
When Stars Align: Master Series Dinner with Bobby Flay & Giada De Laurentiis, Thursday, May 8
The Master Series Dinner with Bobby Flay is back by popular demand, but this time with a very special twist that’s never been done before. Giada De Laurentiis joins Flay at his MESA Grill at Caesars Palace, as the two powerhouses come together to craft a special menu of MESA favorites. Also on the menu? Courses from Giada, her inaugural restaurant at The Cromwell.
Grand Tasting, Friday, May 9
The name says it all: Vegas Uncork’d's Grand Tasting is the crème de la crème. Held at the beautiful five-acre Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace, guests can expect a variety of passed dishes and tasting stations with cuisine by more than 50 award-winning chefs and more than 100 of the world’s best wines and spirits. When it’s time for the after-party, head to the newly opened FIZZ Las Vegas to imbibe on an array of high-end champagnes and mingle with celebrity chefs.
Little Italy From City to Strip: Italian Rao’s Brunch With the Pellegrinos, Sunday, May 11
Channel New York’s Little Italy and relive The Feast of San Gennaro tradition on the Strip with Rao’s Frank Pellegrino Sr. and Frank Pellegrino Jr.’s succulent Italian specialties.
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The LINQ and its upcoming High Roller observation wheel are undoubtedly Vegas’ latest game changers, upping the ante for Strip-central dining, entertainment and shopping. In advance of its spring launch, the High Roller’s light shows officially kick off tomorrow just as several more anticipated venues open.
Adding another wow factor, the first lighting is another key milestone in the wheel’s construction, and its dynamic light shows will color the iconic city skyline night after night. The new photo ops will be icing on the cake for this phase of new openings, ready to entice customers in with a convenient new valet, beer, chocolate and shiny, pretty things.
Yard House: who doesn’t love this beer hot spot? The dishes are always good (and has a surprisingly refreshing variety a notch above bar food) and the many different brews are always ice cold. Not only does Yard House’s patio overlook the glittering High Roller, its location across from Brooklyn Bowl make this a favorite already.
Bella Scarpa: From stilettos to wedges, trendy women’s footwear is the star here. Bella Scarpa features styles inspired by the latest runway looks, but at a more affordable price, plus handbags and jewelry essential for completing flashy looks.
Ghirardelli: Because chocolate and ice cream are basic necessities of American life, this is one we’re really excited about. Famed gourmet chocolate brand Ghirardelli hits the sweet spot jackpot with a huge menu of sundaes, shakes and floats (plus candy to go!). The cooling frozen treats will be especially handy after a summer ride on the High Roller. Extra whipped cream please!
Ruby Blue: A girlie girl’s dream, Ruby Blue stocks accessories, jewelry and novelty items that range from innocently playful to completely blinged out. At this ultra-feminine boutique, pick up clothing and bachelorette gifts or accessorize for a night out.
Chilli Beans: “Eye-ing” the latest sunglasses trends is easy here. Brazilian-based eyewear company Chilli Beans features an array of shades that range from sleek and classic to eccentric. The best part? Shoppers are encouraged to try on every pair. Can we say “selfie”?
As these join existing tenants such as Purple Zebra daiquiri bar and Chayo Mexican Restaurant + Tequila Bar, the prime blend of retail and dining is just a hint of what’s to come. Several more are set to unroll during the phased launches, so look for Sprinkles Cupcakes, Goorin Brothers and BLVD Cocktail Co. to open their doors soon. Brooklyn Bowl kicks off March 8 and already has an incredible lineup of concerts booked through the summer. The Academy of Country Music’s 2nd Annual Party For A Cause Festival welcomes superstars Keith Urban and Rascal Flatts at The LINQ for the two-day fundraiser. Held April 4-5, the event features several stages, food trucks, non-stop live music from a roster of country headliners.
Though The LINQ is situated in between the connecting Flamingo and Quad hotels, a dedicated LINQ district valet and parking area are both officially open, making it easy for shoppers and diners eager to explore the space.
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The Cromwell’s May 21st opening date is one of the Las Vegas boutique hotel’s many splashy new details. Total Rewards members can now access the on-sale extravaganza for room bookings, getting the first availability for April and early May soft opening nights. General public sales launch Monday, Feb. 24.
Newly released renderings show 188 suites and rooms with vintage-meets-modern design. Think distressed hardwood floors, custom chandeliers, trunk-style furnishing and photographic artwork by Deborah Anderson. Splashes of bright colors echo whimsical touches, such as the black and white mosaic shower tiles spelling out playful English-French phrases.
Ranging from 723-2,550 square feet, The Cromwell’s 19 suites add even more selection to the luxurious Anthology Las Vegas Suites & Villas collection. The suites, which feature wet bars, steam showers and deep soaking tubs, are strategically placed among the hotel for prime Strip views.
The hotel’s main bar, Interlude, is positioned among the 40,000 square foot casino that includes a reserved gaming salon coined The Abbey. At Bound, the hotel lobby bar inspired by a Parisian Parlor, expect coffee and morning snacks, or return at night for a sexy lounge scene. Curios, the retail shop, displays suspended birdcages, newspaper print-inspired tiles and wood-planked ceilings, giving it a creative, quirky feel.
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The backstage space where dancers used to rehearse for Celine Dion’s first Colosseum show, “…A New Day” is now where the masterpieces for second show, “Celine,” are housed. Touring the backstage area, the dresses are displayed—and treated—like works of fine art. Personal dresser Glynda Conway, (who also gets Shania Twain stage-ready) says it takes her hours in the wardrobe room to prepare for a show.
“We come in at 1 p.m., and steaming and sewing takes half the day,” she says. “She finishes sound check at 6 p.m. and then it’s ready so we take the two clothing racks upstairs. Once it starts, its go go go.”
Powerhouse musician Dion is a huge fashionista herself, and looks like perfection in just about anything thanks to her tall, model-like physique. Naturally when it came time to think about wardrobe planning for her second Colosseum at Caesars Palace engagement “Celine,” which begins a new round of shows on Feb. 18, she wanted glamour and big name labels all the way. (Think a gold leopard head Cartier ring and one-of-a-kind couture.) Dressed to kill (audiences, that is) every time she steps on that grand stage, Dion goes through several glam ensembles in 90 minutes. “Give her a dress and she’ll work it,” Conway says.
From her opening silver stunner to her ocean blue chiffon closer, here’s a peek at Queen Celine’s fashionable rundown.
These must go through a lot of wear and tear.
Cynthia my assistant and I spend hours and hours checking and mending. The level of these dresses is insane. Maintenance is very high for this show, but it’s all worth it because she looks gorgeous out there. And we want to make her look perfect. We have the roll racks upstairs with her costumes we go with the costumes for the first half, so our kits are with us because you just never know. We had an instance with Titanic one night, on our 100th show. We got her dressed, zipped up ready to go. She was like “I can feel air here”. The whole zipper broke. Chaos ensued, we got it off of her, I grabbed the other one, we put her in shoes and all and she just walked on stage singing and the audience never knew the difference. That was our 100th show zipper. Our biggest thing is going through under the magnifying glass, getting snags out.
Tell me about some of the big outfit changes.
Her opening is Armani Privé with silk, mesh, clear sequins and Swarovskis. It has become so iconic I don’t know if they are ever going to be able to change it. In the James Bond segment, the black sequin gown is by Balmain. It looks like nothing on the hanger but when you put it on her body, it takes on a whole life of its own. The white, one-shoulder Atelier Versace is a knit fabric and it’s followed by the gold jacket, which is all metal and fringe so that’s why it’s so heavy. It’s so “Vegas” and she wears it with the black Reed Krakoff pumps with a gold chain. She wears the Atelier Versace blue Titanic dress for her last number, and her Sergio Rossi crystal shoes underneath.
How were these clothes created?
All these clothes were custom for the show so you’ll never be able to find them. I think how the whole thing worked in the very beginning was Celine and her stylist Annie Horth got together and came up with all the different ideas for the looks. Then Annie approaches the design houses with what they’re looking for, and they come up with sketches and designs. This was a huge undertaking and I think it was one of Annie’s dreams to do the couture looks that Celine pulls off so well and put them in to a show.
Take me through the clothes and how they match the mood of the song segments.
The opener dress is almost fairy tale-ish, with the way the curtains open. It’s definitely the wow factor. The next delicate Elie Saab one works really well because she has a lot of jazz in that section, so the chiffon and the lace is really sexy and flows with the music. The James Bond number is super sexy, very sleek, and a little bondage look with the strappy shoe. The classic white dress is more her love segment. She’s in the audience, more personable with everyone. It’s very romantic with the holograms, the memories of the singers, and she sings her new “Loved Me Back To Life” song in it.
Then we go into sexy-crazy where she is getting everybody up and dancing, having a party in her gold short dress. You’ve got to hit glitz in your finale. It’s almost like the gold is her finale and the “Titanic” number is her encore. She has to end on her classic, “My Heart Will Go On.” Then with the water and everything, it’s visually gorgeous.
How many duplicates are there?
She has two of everything. And some of the dresses we are on to the third, being that we are going in to the third year. The only one she doesn’t have identical is the gold Balmain one, because it’s a masterpiece one-of-a-kind.
What else do you help her with?
She does meet-and-greets every night as well, so she brings something of her own from the closet and then another pair of shoes. We steam and I get her ready for that. I have been doing this for three years and I think I have seen her in the same thing maybe once.
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The next wave of luxe Las Vegas partying officially hits Memorial Day Weekend, when Drai’s Beach Club • Nightclub opens on the rooftop of The Cromwell. “The club itself is going to be such a movie star,” Victor Drai said. “It will be kicking off summer, but for now we have to save some of the opening secrets.”
Now under construction, The Cromwell is the first stand-alone boutique hotel on the Strip. With influential visionary and nightlife veteran Drai behind the hotel’s multi-sensory day and nightlife component, it will surely strike gold. His cult favorite Drai’s After Hours lounge is also returning to its original space with a slight refreshing.
Visual, sensual and social, both the indoor and outdoor spaces will have a striking attention to detail. Drai is currently promising 150 tables for the 65,000-square-foot nightclub (75 each indoors and outdoors) and is set on straying away from booking big-name electronic music DJs. For the daytime component, ten VIP bungalows and luxury cabanas, each containing their own pools, offers guests privacy while being in the midst of all the action. The mezzanine level will contain 15 VIP cabanas and a third pool with five private VIP bungalows overlooking Las Vegas Boulevard. Expect more than 40 daybeds for prime pool deck seating.
But Drai’s anticipated new party destination is not a rushed vision. He admits he’s been eyeing the space for nearly two decades, long planning to create a glamorous bacchanalia that ups the ante for Las Vegas nightlife. Think panoramic Strip views, beautiful décor with pops of color, several different pool areas, and towering palm trees dotted with jetsetters soaking up the sun or dancing under the stars.
Taking advantage of its location 11 stories up, Drai is also implementing a Firework menu, where guests who spend $5,000-$100,000 can select a firework to shoot off at night at a time they choose.
Looking to get a head start on summer revelry plans? Table reservations open March 15.
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Imagine booking the most opulent Las Vegas suite online, right in the convenience of your home.
Caesars Entertainment presents its newest website, Anthology Las Vegas Suites & Villas, offering the city’s best suites in one place. For the first time ever, you can book luxurious suites that were previously only available to the high-level casino guests. Anthology Las Vegas Suites & Villas offers the utmost in luxury with nearly 2,000 lavish suites and villas available at your reach.
Here’s a sneak preview of what you can finally enjoy for yourself, categorized by trip type and lifestyle. Keep in mind – these are just a few of the suites and villas available. Stay tuned for upcoming Anthology suite stories.
Party like a rock star
Las Vegas is the party capital of the world. If you’re here celebrating a bachelor or bachelorette party, a milestone birthday or a major holiday, your Las Vegas suite experience should match the excitement. The last thing you’ll think about in these suites is sleep – after all, every waking moment is a celebration.
Partying off-Strip doesn’t get any better than this: Ranging from 2,400 to 3,000 square feet, Rio’s Presidential Suite offers an outdoor terrace boasting panoramic Strip views and even its own private pool. You’ll also enjoy 24-hour butler service and a large living space, wet bar and a baby grand piano.
Ever wondered what it would be like to party all night in a nightclub – then sleep there? Located inside Caesars Palace’s Roman Tower, the four-bedroom, 2,650-square-foot Absolut Suite is like having your own nightclub complete with a dance floor, towering speakers and a bi-level lounge. Stylized in four unique Absolut vodka flavors – mandarin, raspberry, lemon or peach – the whimsical, beach-inspired furnishings and street art make this Vegas suite all the more lively. Plus, the 20-foot-tall windows offer fabulous views of the Strip.
Get your entourage ready – located on the 51st floor, Planet Hollywood’s 4,800-square-foot Spa Suite dedicates an entire level to a star-studded spa experience. Walk down the spiral staircase and discover a large whirlpool that overlooks the Las Vegas Strip. This floor also includes a spacious walk-in shower with multiple shower heads, a steam room and sauna. Entertain your guests in the huge living room, which includes a massive wet bar and up-close views of Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas.
Also located in Caesars Palace, the two-level Forum Tower’s Emperor Suite measures 2,900 feet. Its beaded chandeliers and mahogany furnishings evoke a vintage Vegas feel. The suite is known for its movie star appeal, with appearances in past blockbuster hits.
Spa day…and night
While many travel here to party, you might be coming to Vegas to relax and escape reality. Located in the hotel’s award-winning Augustus Tower, the calming Spa Suite brings nature indoors. The dark woods and light blue accents give a tranquil vibe, immediately bringing your senses at ease.
The Spa Suite has the best bathroom in town – in fact, it takes up more than half the1,500-square-foot suite. It includes a cedar-wood sauna, steam shower, stone flooring and frosted glass elements. Warm up in the sauna, or relax in the large whirlpool and admire views of the Strip.
As part of Caesars Palace’s Forbes Four Star award-winning Laurel Collection, this luxurious Vegas suite includes a private valet entrance, a VIP registration desk and an exclusive 24-hour concierge.
For a relaxing, residential feel, The Laurel Collection’s two-bedroom Penthouse Suite includes a loft-style bedroom with a whirlpool tub overlooking the Strip. You’ll feel miles away from the hustle-and-bustle as the suite’s serene vibe surrounds you.
Glamour at its finest
If you’re a traveler who appreciates everything from artwork and clean architecture to sleek furniture, these stylish Las Vegas suites look like they’re straight off the runway.
Combining Japanese-inspired décor and modern elegance, Nobu Hotel offers a boutique experience within Caesars Palace. The dark wood furnishings, plum and gold accents and unique paintings all add glamour to your stay. The interior is so beautiful; you’ll want to host all your after parties here. Rooms range from 1,000 to 4,350 square feet.
Located in the heart of the award-winning hotel, the 181-room hotel includes its own private hotel registration, welcome tea amenity and an in-room dining menu to Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s famed restaurant.
Hakone and Sake suites are available. Or, splurge in the Nobu Penthouse, featuring a spiral staircase, balcony and a 90-inch flat panel 3-D screen.
Celebrities who frequented the Las Vegas Nobu suites include Robert De Niro, Harrison Ford and Tyra Banks.
Fit for royalty
Head to Las Vegas and share your own castle-like experience with suites suited for a king or queen.
Featured in its own tower, the Palazzo Suites inside Rio has a private valet entrance and access to the tower’s own private pool. Ranging from two to six bedrooms (with the largest being 13,950 square feet), each marble-adorned suite includes a salon, fireplace and 24-hour butler and limo service.
Spoil your friends with the six-bedroom suite, with four offering its own private balcony with whirlpool tubs. Legendary pop-soul singer Prince stayed in the Palazzo Suite, as well as many other high-profiled celebrities and politicians.
Inside Paris Las Vegas, the 3,320-square-foot King Louis XV Suite showcases Versailles-inspired suite with fabric wall coverings, burgundy and gold accents and chandeliers. The separate media room has its own bar and the five bathrooms (yes, five!) all come with a whirlpool tub. King Louis himself would be proud.
Celebration of a lifetime
Last, but most certainly not least, are the Anthology Villas at Caesars Palace. Your Las Vegas hotel experience does not get any better than this.
These villas range from 9,500 to 11,200 square feet. Lavish amenities include 24-hour butler service, bar and billiard area, spacious living and dining areas and movie theater rooms with the latest sound systems and massage chairs. The best part of all? The villas have its own private pool, patio and a personal entrance to Caesars Palace’s Garden of the Gods pool.
Currently, there are two distinct villas available – Spanish and British. The Nobu villa is slated to open in April, with first guest arrivals in June. The three-bedroom villa includes a 4,700-square-foot outdoor terrace overlooking the Strip.
With so many different suite styles and amenities, you’ll want to experience them all. Suite dreams from us to you.
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