One Las Vegas hotel is saying goodbye to a tower, and another is welcoming it into the fold with major plans for interior and exterior renovation. What is currently known as Jubilee Tower at Horseshoe Las Vegas will become Versailles Tower as part of an expansion planned for Paris Las Vegas.
Caesars Entertainment is investing more than $100 million and introducing 756 redesigned luxury guest rooms and a pedestrian bridge connecting Versailles Tower to Paris Las Vegas. Guest accommodations will start at 436 square feet, and new 55-square-foot balconies with views of the Las Vegas Strip are being added to select rooms. The refreshed rooms are slated for completion later this year, and the pedestrian bridge should be ready for use in early 2024.
Known for its 46-story replica Eiffel Tower featuring a free light show every evening, the resort currently has more than 2,900 rooms and suites and 140,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Highlights for groups seeking free-time fun include an 85,000-square-foot casino; the 2-acre Pool à Paris; the Voie Spa & Salon; the Beer Park, a 10,000-square-foot rooftop bar and grill; and the Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop.
Foodies are sure to love the options with choices ranging from the Eiffel Tower Restaurant and Mon Ami Gabi to Gordon Ramsay Steak, Bobby’s Burgers by Bobby Flay, and The Bedford by Martha Stewart.
The expansion planned for Paris Las Vegas with the addition of Versailles Tower will make it one of the largest resorts in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
In total, Caesars Entertainment offers more than 23,000 rooms across Las Vegas. Founded in Reno, Nevada, in 1937, Caesars has grown to become the largest casino-entertainment company in the United States with 50 properties, more than 2.1 million square feet of meeting space, and over 50,000 guest rooms.