For the first time ever, guests can book opulent villas and celebratory suites that were previously only available to high-level casino guests.
Now you don’t have to be a high roller to vacation stay like one.
You will, however, still need a sizable bank account if planning to splurge on one of Caesars Entertainment’s top villas, which can run upwards of $30,000 a night. For the first time in the company’s history, Caesars Entertainment is opening up its most exclusive suites and villas to everyone—making an inventory of nearly 2,000 luxury suites in Las Vegas available for online booking through its Anthology Las Vegas Suites & Villas collection. This includes the three-bedroom Marcus Aurelius Villa, which spans nearly 10,000 square feet and has a private elevator, exotic-fish tank, grand piano, double-sided fireplace and a media room with theater-style seating.
To view the entire Anthology Suites collection visit: www.anthologysuites.com