Living Large At Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Posted on August 21, 2017

 

There was a time when a high roller suite in Las Vegas was only a thing of legend. After all, they were reserved for only the biggest of casino players. Us mortals could only hear stories of the opulence. Well, times have changed and if you have a little extra cash sitting on the nightstand you can actually live large in Las Vegas.
 The Anthology suites at Caesars Palace feature villas and suites that are very large and luxurious. Longtime butler of the villas Cesar Islas recently gave me a tour and he said, “Whatever you need we can get. When you stay with us we work to make sure your stay is exactly how you imagined it.”
 
So, you might need all that space after all.
 
The villas range in space from 9,500 to 11, 200 square feet and include 24-hour butler service. Don’t stop there though because if you need a personal chef or an in-suite massage they can take care of that as well. If you crave your favorite Las Vegas restaurant the staff will do their best to recreate the experience for you right in your villa. Yes, they will go out and grab you that favorite entree you so desire.


 



Check out the Titus villa that comes complete with an outdoor garden and a swimming pool. The patio overlooks the Garden of the Gods at Caesars Palace. The villa has a full kitchen, dining room, billiards room and a room for your movie watching pleasure. If that is not enough, the villa has a baby grand piano waiting patiently to be played.







The Marcus Aurelius villa is spacious at 9500 sq. feet and features a private elevator, 3 bedrooms and enough space to create your ultimate Las Vegas experience.  The patio includes a hot tub, fire pit and view of the pool complex.




 
The billiard rooms feature sitting areas and fully stocked bars. Yes, it is perfect for a Vegas party.





This bathtub can accommodate more than 2 people but, it will feel a bit cramped. Believe me, I checked on that just to make sure that you are going in with the right information.






The view from the Nobu Villa allows you to see the entire Las Vegas strip. The villa itself is 10,300 square feet with rooftop views and modern Japanese decor. You'll get a whirlpool, a fire pit, full bar and outdoor kitchen and dining area.



The Anthology suites are available to anyone willing to pay at AnthologySuites.com