Caesars Palace Julius Tower
The VegasTripping Review 2016
Entertainment Center, Desk & Minibar
Against the wall facing the bed is a simple entertainment center, desk and minibar combination.
The desk features a floor lamp for lighting and a wall mounted mirror, for those times when desk work requires a quick coif. Note the coffee machine.
A Keurig cup machine is strategically placed nearby. If you use a Keurig machine at home, it is probably worth it throw a box of K-cups in your bag. Buying a K-cup set via the Minibar costs $13.
The chair is not an Eames rip-off, nor is it on wheels. The gold framing matches the framing on the wall and the luggage bench.
The desk comes with a coterie of plugs and adaptors to charge your junk and also access the AV system for presentation or entertainment purposes.
The aforementioned stool/luggage rack combo.
The entertainment center is crowned by a large LG flat panel TV. The picture was stellar.