Caesars Palace Julius Tower
The VegasTripping Review 2016
The gentleman who checked me in was prompt, thoughtful, courteous and thoroughly professional. Not only did he get the job done quickly, he imparted that feeling that a guest staying in this hotel is important, not a chore. I believed him when he said "if you have any problems or questions, call down to the front desk and I'll take care of it for you."
Some things are better in the analog world.
I wandered through the casino to the elevator core over by the noodle shop, hopped in the elevator and pressed lucky number 8.
I hopped off the elevator to find a sharply and tastefully decorated triangular landing.
Often times, deciphering which way your room is can be a trying experience, even for a hotel expert. Fortunately, way finding at the Caesars Palace Juilus Tower was easy.
Make a right at the Rothko-ish photograph.
The hallway was decorated in grayscale laurel leaf damask wallpaper on the right, geometric patterned carpeting and wall covering that combined the two on the left. Clever, subtle, brilliant.
I arrived at my room... #853, a jackpot of luck and fortune in Chinese numerology. Look at the sharp lines, detail and perfection of the craftsmanship that went into this. You wouldn't know this by looking at it, but Caesars Palace is 50 years old.
I waved my card at the RFID reader above the doorknob and *click* the door unlocked.
Before we go in, I'd like to mention to those reading this that this review is rather long and contains about 80 high resolution photos of every corner of this room plus room service. It is also full of descriptions, analysis and corny jokes. On the last page of this review you will find our often imitated but never duplicated Room Rundown video walkthrough on the last page. Subscribe VegasTripping updates on whichever social media channels you prefer: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram and never miss another one of our in depth hotel reviews.