Caesars unveils new entrance to iconic strip resort

Caesars Palace unveiled a multi-million dollar renovation at its main entrance this week, revamping the resort’s iconic ancient Roman aesthetic. Standing under a colorful chandelier in the center of the lobby, along with new mosaic tiles and colorful dome ceilings, the 15-foot-tall statue of Augustus Caesar now welcomes guests to the resort.

“Cesars Palace set a standard for luxury and grandeur when it opened in 1966, offering an experience like no other in the world. Since then, the resort has proudly led the change and trend in Las Vegas. “We are excited to reopen our front door with a dramatic new front door, setting the next wave of special offerings for guests throughout the property,” said Sean McBurney, Caesars Entertainment’s regional president in a statement.

Caesars Entertainment announced its redesign plans in July. More renovations are underway for Caesars Palace. According to McBurnie, the resort plans to unveil a converted lobby bar and gaming area soon. “Once completed, this will be the arrival and gaming experience Caesars Palace deserves and set the tone for everything we have to offer at the iconic resort,” McBurnie said. The changes to Caesars Palace lobby and porch are just part of the renovation work happening at Caesars Hotel. 스포츠토토

The company also launched a multi-million dollar refresh of the Novu Hotel Caesars Palace in October to renovate the luxury boutique hotel’s 182 rooms. Another Caesars entertainment property, Las Vegas in Bali, is being rebranded as Horsche, a legendary casino moniker dating back to the days of Las Vegas and Benny Vinnion in the 1950s. The rebranding and renovation of the Horsche is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

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