Caesars Palace and the Mirage Open Luxury Suites to Public

  • Caesars Marcus Aurelius Terrace
  • Caesars Marcus Aurelius Master Bedroom
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    Caesars Titus Villa Dining Area Copyright by Roger Davies 2012
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    Caesars Titus Villa Entry Way Copyright by Roger Davies 2012
  • Photo by Kelly Stampe Gaez
    Mirage Remodeled Villa - Bedroom - Remodel Photo by Kelly Stampe Gaez
  • Photo by Kelly Stampe Gaez
    Mirage Remodeled Villa - FirePit Photo by Kelly Stampe Gaez
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    Mirage Remodeled Villa - Great Room - Remodel Photo by Kelly Stampe Gaez
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    Mirage Villa - backyard Copyright by OGara Bissell Photography
  • Nobu Hotel Caesars Nobu Villa - Sushi Area
  • The Mirage Villas - Living - Dining
  • The Mirage Villas - Master bedroom
  • The Mirage Villas - Outdoor
  • The Mirage Villas - Outdoor
  • Copyright by Roger Davies 2012
  • Copyright by Roger Davies 2012
  • Photo by Kelly Stampe Gaez
  • Photo by Kelly Stampe Gaez
  • Photo by Kelly Stampe Gaez
  • Copyright by OGara Bissell Photography

The most lavish suites from the Mirage and Caesars Palace in Las Vegas —once reserved as prizes for casino high rollers—are opening to the public.

The Mirage’s collection of suites, called the Villas and the Lanais (from $1,000 per night), include 24-hour butler service (with chef service also available on request) as well as access to a private patio, a heated pool, and a fire pit. On guests’ subsequent visits, the accommodations will be personalized to meet their preferences—everything from beverage selections to monogrammed silk bedding can be tailored to suit the traveler.

Earlier this month, Caesars Entertainment launched the Anthology Las Vegas Suites and Villas, which comprise nearly 2,000 luxury suites from several Caesars properties in the city. Among these imperial-themed suites are the 9,500-square-foot Marcus Aurelius Villa and the 11,200-square-foot Titus Villa, both of which are part of the Laurel Collection at Caesars Palace (from $25,000 per night). The Marcus Aurelius Villa features a private elevator, a grand piano, a custom 8-by-8-foot bed, and a whirlpool Jacuzzi on its second-floor terrace, while the Titus Villa is outfitted with silk-upholstered walls, hand-painted murals, and a private outdoor pool. Both suites come with VIP check-in and complimentary limo transportation to and from the airport.

Also situated within the hotel is Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, which will soon unveil its three-bedroom, 10,300-square-foot Nobu Villa, complete with a 4,700-square-foot outdoor terrace that overlooks the Las Vegas Strip. The Nobu Villa will begin accepting reservations this summer and is expected to begin hosting guests in the fall.

(The Villas at the Mirage: 800.673.0295, www.mirage.com/thevillas; Caesars Palace: 866.227.5938, www.anthologysuites.com)

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