Caesars Palace is already one of the most popular places to be when visiting the Las Vegas strip. But with their brand-new Octavius Tower, which just opened in January, Caesars Palace takes luxury hotel accommodations and technology to new levels. The new 668-room tower is the sixth tower in the Caesars Palace complex but it’s unlike any of the previous five. It aims to provide a unique boutique-style experience focused squarely on clients who love the high tech.
At the center of Octavius Tower is a brand-new interactive app for guests accessible through any mobile browser. With the use of a smart phone, tablet, or any other mobile device with connectivity guests will be able to access most of the services available at the hotel. They’ll be able to contact the concierge to make dinner reservation, request assistance from housekeeping, order room service, and communicate with the transportation, valet, butler, and bell services. In addition they will be eligible to receive special offers not available to guests of the other towers.
In a room, guests of the Octavius Tower will also be treated with a multi-format media hub centred on a 42-inch HD flat screen television. The technology of the media hub is such that it automatically detects when a device is connected to it and implements the necessary software needed to use that device. Once the device is disconnected the center automatically reverts back to television mode without the need for any programming or switching by the guest. Media hubs are compatible with all Apple devices as well as most other smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Guests can surf the Internet, check email, watch videos, and even conduct presentations while connected.
Outside the technology guests are sure to appreciate some of the other amenities provided by Octavius Tower. They have their own private entrance and lobby area as well as direct access to the pool and hotel gardens. And of course, just like all guests of Caesars Palace, those staying in Octavius Tower will be treated to the finest luxury accommodations that the world’s most discriminating travelers demand.
Octavius Luxury Villas
The Octavius luxury Villas located within the Octavius Tower average 8,800 square-feet and have design inspiration from France, Greece or Spain. Each villa is named after a Roman emperor who lived within the region. The names of the villas are the following: Claudius, Constantine and Marcus Aurelius.
The villas include beautiful finishes such as imported marble floors; a private elevator; hand-painted wall murals and ceiling designs; wood and stone archways and casings; a billiard room; a plush home entertainment theatre; whirlpool bathtubs in the master and guest baths; steam mist showers in all bathrooms; fully integrated audio visual systems with televisions in most rooms and custom contemporary artwork.
In addition to the luxurious amenities inside the villas they also feature outside amenities including a private terrace, a spa tub, fire pit, a dining area, and more.