Caesars Palace taking reservations for rooms in renovated tower

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Caesars Palace taking reservations for rooms in renovated tower

The original Roman Tower at the Caesars Palace Las Vegas will reopen as the Julius Tower on Jan. 1 after a $75 million renovation. The hotel is taking reservations for the renovated rooms.

Among other amenities, the tower’s 587 guestrooms will feature upholstered headboards and 55-inch TVs.

The tower originally opened in 1966. Caesars Palace has since expanded to a total of 3,980 rooms.

Caesars Entertainment, whose owners are trying restructure the company’s extensive debt, continues to invest heavily in its Las Vegas Strip properties. The company this summer completed the $223 million transition to the Linq Hotel & Casino from the former Quad Resort & Casino.

Last year, Caesars Entertainment reopened the former Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon as the Cromwell.  Caesars opened the world’s first Nobu hotel (the brand of chef and restaurateur Nobu Matsuhisa) inside Caesars Palace in 2013.

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