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Caesars Republic Scottsdale, First Nongaming Caesars Hotel, Opens

Caesars Republic Scottsdale is Caesars Entertainment’s first non-casino property in the U.S.

By Todd R. Berger

3.22.24 Camelback Veranda at Caesars Republic Scottsdale
Rendering of Camelback Veranda at Caesars Republic Scottsdale, which opened in early March near Scottsdale Fashion Square.|| Courtesy Caesars Republic Scottsdale

Caesars Republic Scottsdale in Arizona opened in early March. The highly anticipated Caesars Rewards hotel is a modern 11-story, 265-room luxury hotel. Caesars Republic Scottsdale promises a truly unparalleled experience in the Valley of the Sun, marking the first nongaming Caesars hotel in the U.S. In collaboration with Caesars Entertainment Inc. and Macerich Real Estate Co. of Santa Monica, Caiifornia, Caesars Republic Scottsdale aims to be the premier destination for hosting unforgettable events against the stunning backdrop of Camelback Mountain and the surrounding Sonoran Desert landscape.

Situated on the north side of the region’s premier luxury retail destination, Scottsdale Fashion Square, the 260,000-square-foot hotel boasts five opulent top-floor penthouse entertainment suites, each exceeding 2,000 square feet. These suites are complete with breathtaking vistas, outdoor terraces, and kitchens. The hotel also features 29 luxury suites, including wellness suites with Peloton bikes. King and double queen rooms are also available, where attendees can enjoy modern elegance and comfort. They offer floor-to-ceiling windows, a dedicated desk area for convenience, a modern sitting area, and a 55-inch 4K smart TV.

“The HCW team is thrilled to open the doors to Caesars Republic Scottsdale; this day has been eagerly anticipated,” says Richard Huffman, CEO and president of HCW, the hotel’s owner and operator, in a prepared statement. “We can’t wait to share this exceptional property with both locals and travelers. I extend my heartfelt gratitude to everyone involved in this exciting venture; your contributions have made this project truly remarkable. We look forward to opening more Caesars Republics in the future.”

Anthony Carano, president of Caesars Entertainment Inc., adds, “Caesars Republic is a vibrant extension of the Caesars legacy, and HCW was the perfect partner to bring it to life. With its stunning location, gorgeous design, and incredible dining and pool experiences, Caesars Republic Scottsdale is a modern oasis that sets the standard as we look forward to developing the brand in the future.”

Caesars Republic Scottsdale boasts three restaurants, two pools, and over 20,000 square feet of meeting space. Chef Giada De Laurentiis introduces Luna by Giada and Pronto by Giada, dining concepts at the hotel that both reflect her Roman heritage and showcase her passion for traditional Italian cuisine with California and Mediterranean influences.

On the seventh floor, Seven, an elevated pool lounge and fine-dining concept that connects elite clientele with an environment with unparalleled views and impeccable style, is operated by the Riot Hospitality Group of Scottsdale. Seven provides attendees with stunning views of Camelback Mountain and Arizona sunsets, and showcases all major sporting events on state-of-the-art screens. A nearly 12-foot-long 4K direct view LED video wall—weaving in Caesars’ signature Sportsbook app—adds excitement to every moment at the lounge.

For those seeking distinctive event spaces, Caesars Republic Scottsdale features a 7,000-square-foot, column-free ballroom with 34-foot-long sliding glass doors, opening onto the adjacent Cleopatra’s Pool & Bar. The divisible ballroom can host events for up to 750 attendees, and additional event spaces include a 3,000-square-foot Camelback Veranda on the eighth floor and a 3,700-square-foot meeting space on the second floor.