- Caesars Leisure will renovate and rename the Jubilee Tower at Horseshoe Las Vegas to the Versailles Tower on the adjoining Paris Las Vegas, the corporate introduced Monday.
- The $100 million venture will embody redesigned luxurious visitor rooms and corridors, exterior upgrades and a pedestrian bridge connecting the Versailles Tower to the Paris resort.
- The addition of the Versailles Tower will make Paris Las Vegas one of many largest resorts on the Strip, in line with Caesars Leisure Regional President Sean McBurney.
The combination of the Versailles Tower is the most recent in a sequence of “vital enhancements” Caesars has made to Paris Las Vegas over the previous 12 months, McBurney stated in a launch, following the addition of latest ideas reminiscent of Vanderpump à Paris, Nobu, The Bedford by Martha Stewart and a renovated sportsbook.
“The [Versailles Tower’s] inside and exterior shall be utterly reimagined and remodeled into a few of the finest rooms in Las Vegas,” McBurney stated.
The renovation will introduce 756 redesigned luxurious visitor rooms — some among the many largest commonplace rooms on the Strip, beginning at 436 sq. toes — to Paris Las Vegas later this 12 months. The pedestrian bridge connecting the tower to the resort is predicted to be accomplished in early 2024.
In line with Jason Gregorec, senior vp and basic supervisor of Paris Las Vegas, “stylish, Parisian-inspired décor and fashionable facilities” will substitute the present interiors that includes impartial tones and pops of purple. Choose rooms will embody new 55-square-foot balconies with “unmatched” views of the Strip, New Yr’s Eve fireworks and Components 1, he added.
The Versailles Tower will add to an current 2,900 visitor rooms at Paris Las Vegas. Moreover, the resort options an 85,000-square-foot on line casino, 46-story duplicate Eiffel Tower, two-acre pool, a spa and salon, two marriage ceremony chapels and an evening membership venue.