Anthology Las Vegas Suites & Villas: Experience the Suite Life

Posted Thursday, February 13, 2014 by in Caesars Entertainment, Las Vegas Hotels. No Comments.

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Located inside the boutique Nobu Hotel inside Caesars Palace Las Vegas, the Nobu Penthouse offers an upscale, sophisticated ambience.

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.

Rio Las Vegas Hotel's Presidential Suite

Rio’s Presidential Suite: Enjoy your own private pool with a view.

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

The most rejuvenating Las Vegas Suite: The Laurel Collection Spa Suite at Caesars Palace Hotel

The Laurel Collection Spa Suite: Luxuriate in your own spa experience at Caesars Palace Las Vegas.

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

Modern Las Vegas Suite at the Nobu boutique hotel inside Caesars Palace.

Located inside Caesars Palace, the boutique Nobu hotel offers modern Japanese-inspired furnishings. Pictured: The Sake Sute’s spacious media room.

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.

Sleek and modern meets Asian inspiration in the Hakone suite inside Nobu Las Vegas Hotel.

Enjoy the comfort of Nobu’s Hakone suite, offering sleek décor and panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip.

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

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The remarkable Anthology Villas at Caesars Palace feature private pools and patio areas, as well as a 24-hour butler service.

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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About The Author

Jeannie Garcia is a digital content editor at Caesars Entertainment based in Las Vegas. The Seattle native moved to the desert after her dad hit the jackpot in the mid-90s. Garcia graduated UNLV in 2005 with a degree in Journalism and a minor in English. Since then she covered Vegas travel news, specifically spa, tour and attraction features. At Caesars Entertainment, Garcia writes online copy for the Las Vegas market and Total Vegas Blog. In her free time, Garcia whips up vegan comfort food, checks out the latest-and-greatest Vegas openings and spends time with her husband, two cats and dog.

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