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Paris Las Vegas Casino Adds New Luxury Hotel Tower

Caesars expands Paris Las Vegas by adding the Horseshoe hotel tower and renaming it the Versailles Tower. A bridge will connect the casinos.

Caesars Entertainment Upgrades Paris Las Vegas adds luxury tower
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Caesars is adding a hotel tower to Paris Las Vegas by using a tower that was once part of Horseshoe (formerly Bally’s). The Jubilee Tower at Horseshoe will be renamed and renovated. The new Versailles Tower will become part of Paris.

Caesars will build a bridge from Paris that will connect the Las Vegas casino to the new tower.

Adding 753 rooms will make Paris one of the largest hotels in Las Vegas. The change should also increase revenue. Caesars typically charges more for hotel rooms in Paris than Horseshoe.

Additionally, the renovated rooms will be an upgrade to luxury from the standard Horseshoe rooms. Adding balconies will also help Caesars increase room rates exponentially for what will become the former Horseshoe hotel tower.

Balconies coming to new Paris Hotel rooms

This renovation will cost Caesars more than $100 million. The changeover will take some time as Caesars will renovate the interior and exterior of what will become the Versailles Tower.

Caesars will redesign 756 hotel rooms this year. Some of the Versailles rooms will offer new 55-square-foot balconies with a view of the Bellagio Fountains and the Vegas Strip.

The new Versailles Tower rooms are slated to be available for guests before the year is over.

Paris Versailles Tower
Paris Versailles Tower

The pedestrian bridge connecting the Versailles Tower to Paris won’t be ready until early 2024.

Sean McBurney, Regional President of Caesars Entertainment said:

“The addition of the Versailles Tower makes Paris one of the largest resorts in the heart of The Strip. The interior and exterior will be completely reimagined and transformed into some of the best rooms in Las Vegas.

When it opens this fall, our guests will have easy access to the incredible restaurants and gaming options they have grown to love at Paris Las Vegas.”

Caesars will change the exterior appearance of the hotel tower to match the design of Paris. Look for the exterior of the Versailles Tower to have a similar blue topper as Paris.

The walk from Paris check-in to the Versailles Tower might be a bit longer than the existing rooms but it appears these might be worth the extra hike.

Caesars continues to reimagine Paris and Horseshoe casinos in Las Vegas

Last year Caesars rebranded and renovated Bally’s to become Horseshoe. The exterior and much of the interior of the property were redesigned to reflect the new brand.

Caesars swapped the Bally’s sportsbook for The Arcade at Horseshoe. The property no longer has a traditional sportsbook.

In addition to a new steakhouse and Asian restaurant, Horseshoe has an upgraded poker room.

Horseshoe’s hotel rooms weren’t redesigned. Now we have an idea why at least some of the hotel rooms didn’t receive a facelift. Paris has quietly received a makeover. McBurney said via press release:

“Over the past year, we’ve made significant enhancements to elevate the destination, bringing new concepts like Vanderpump à Paris, Nobu, The Bedford by Martha Stewart, and most recently, a completely renovated sportsbook.”

Adding the Versailles Tower will give Paris hotel guests rooms closer to the sportsbook as well as the poker room at Horseshoe.

The two connected casinos will host the World Series Of Poker for the second consecutive year later this month.

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Marc grew up on the mean streets of the South Bronx. He's the rare combination of Yankees and Jets fan which explains his often contrarian point of view. Marc is a freelance writer and social media consultant. Writing about steak, booze, gambling and Las Vegas is a tough job but somebody has to do it.

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Marc grew up on the mean streets of the South Bronx. He's the rare combination of Yankees and Jets fan which explains his often contrarian point of view. Marc is a freelance writer and social media consultant. Writing about steak, booze, gambling and Las Vegas is a tough job but somebody has to do it.

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