In a move that’s sure to excite fans of the Las Vegas Strip, Caesars Entertainment has announced a royal makeover for the iconic Jubilee Tower at Horseshoe Las Vegas. And hold on to your baguettes, because things are about to get très intéressant!
All Hail the Versailles Tower!
In a nod to the glamour and decadence of French royalty, the renovated Jubilee Tower will be christened the Versailles Tower. This ambitious venture will involve integrating the Versailles Tower into the existing Paris Las Vegas, truly bringing a piece of the French capital to Sin City. This fusion of American extravagance and European elegance will reportedly cost more than $100 million.
A Facelift Fit for a King
Not content with mere cosmetic changes, Caesars Entertainment is pulling out all the stops to transform the Versailles Tower both inside and out. Guests can expect 756 luxuriously appointed rooms that will make even Louis XIV jealous. But wait, there’s more! A pedestrian bridge will be built to seamlessly connect the new Versailles Tower with the old Paris resort.
The Crème de la Crème of Las Vegas Hospitality
Despite already boasting a collection of luxury hotels across its nine resorts in Las Vegas, Caesars Entertainment is determined to make the Versailles Tower the jewel in its crown. As Sean McBurney, Regional President of Caesars Entertainment, proclaimed, “When it opens this fall, our guests will have easy access to the incredible restaurants and gaming options they have grown to love at Paris Las Vegas.”
The Suite Life on the Strip
The Versailles Tower is set to redefine spacious living, with the smallest rooms sprawling across a generous 436 square feet. For those seeking a room with a view, Caesars Entertainment is offering balconied rooms providing a panoramic vista of the Strip – perfect for people-watching or just soaking in the neon-lit nightscape.
A French Affair in the Heart of Las Vegas
The entire project is expected to wrap up by the end of 2023, with the pedestrian bridge opening its gates early the following year. This will further cement Paris Las Vegas’ reputation as a premier destination that encapsulates the allure of the City of Light in the heart of the Strip. With a 46-story replica Eiffel Tower, over 2,900 suites and rooms, an 85,000 square foot casino, and even a rooftop bar and grill, Paris Las Vegas offers a truly unique blend of Parisian charm and Las Vegas excitement.
So, if you’re longing for a taste of Paris without the jet lag, keep an eye out for the grand unveiling of the Versailles Tower. As they say in France, “Vive le Versailles Tower!” Or something like that.