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Butler service, personal chefs, private pools and rooftop decks—if these are a few of your favorite things—Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts has something new to make your most extravagant VIP demands become a reality. And like a custom tailor, they’ll make sure you can choose a Sin City suite or villa that’s exactly your style and size from a 700-square-foot love pad, to a massive 11,000-square-foot mansion in the sky so large that you could misplace a Lear jet.
For the first time ever, Caesars Entertainment is accepting public bookings of their most exclusive collection of Las Vegas luxury suites and villas across its portfolio of properties, branded Anthology Las Vegas Suites & Villas. At a push of a button, guests can now have access to a vast array of opulent options and amenities at 10 properties previously available only to the likes of Celine, J-Lo, Elton John, billionaire “whales” and corporate CEOs.
Ranging from a modest $300 per night to a stratospheric sum you definitely can’t afford if you have to ask, Anthology’s impressive accommodations include high-rise suites and sprawling villas at Bally's Las Vegas, Caesars Palace (my personal happy place), Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah's Las Vegas, Nobu Hotel, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, and two brand new properties: The Cromwell and The LINQ Hotel & Casino. Over-the-top perks include in-room movie theaters with state-of-the-art audio, private terraces and spas, in-suite billiard tables, pinball machines, 24-hour off-menu meals by gourmet chefs, and white-gloved butler service.
That’s all good but what about an exotic fish tank big enough for a school of mermaids? The Anthology Las Vegas Suites & Villas collection offers that and more among its breathtaking accommodations including mansion-like villas at Caesars Palace ranging from 9,500 to 11,200 square feet, complete with elevators, custom-carved barrel-vaulted ceilings, top-tech media rooms, massage chairs, and private outdoor spaces with pools and fire pits. The Sake Suite at Nobu Hotel provides your own billiard table, media room, and VIP priority service at Nobu restaurant. The Nobu Villa—positioned atop Nobu tower—is literally the pinnacle of the world's-first Nobu Hotel, the newest gem in the Caesars Palace crown. The ultimate sky-top lodging, the 10,300-square-feet Nobu Villa has an expansive 4,700-square-feet outdoor terrace with a Zen garden, robatayaki grill, Japanese-inspired onsen tub, and sweeping, central views of the Las Vegas Strip.
But wait, there’s more. The Rio Presidential Suite at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino features a private pool overlooking the Las Vegas Strip from nearly 50 stories high. The Louis XV Suite at Paris Las Vegas is a regal, Versailles-inspired two-bedroom, five-bathroom suite featuring ornate chandeliers, European-style bar and lounge, and baby grand piano. Anthology guests can also opt to be among the first to experience the best of The Cromwell, the first boutique hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, featuring a variety of chic suites that blend classic Hollywood glamour with millennial style. The Cromwell's namesake suite is 2,550 square feet with four bedrooms, dining and living spaces, a wet bar, pool table, steam shower and soaking tub, 24-hour concierge service, and stunning views of the Strip. Too big for your entourage? The Cromwell’s 188 rooms also feature The Parlour, Boulevard, and Gallery Suites at 723 square feet and up.
Anthology Las Vegas Suites & Villas guests have additional perks, including VIP check-in and Total Rewards Diamond queuing at locations throughout all Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts, plus select suites and villas’ complimentary limo transportation to and from Las Vegas International airport. At no additional cost, small groups will receive an all-inclusive, personalized concierge service called Total Experiences, just to make sure your plans flow seamlessly. White tigers, Kardashians, and plumed showgirls are not included. But then again who knows what might happen? It’s Vegas.