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Caesars Octavius Tower Taking Reservations!

By Chuckmonster on Sunday, 4th September 2011 12:18pm
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Caesars Octavius Tower

VT has learned, via superfriend Donnymac66, that the long mothballed Octavius Tower at Caesars Palace (aka Saranwrapicus Maximus) has begun to accept reservations for stays beginning on January 2, 2012, almost three years to the day since the project was put on the back burner.

Caesars Palace Octavius Tower King

The rate calendar reveals prices for the Octavius Tower King (pictured above) that are all over the map, ranging from $219-369 midweek to $299-469 per night on weekends. Yowza.

The rooms look almost exactly like the renderings with only a few changes to the color scheme. Most definitely, they fit in with the Caesars Palace collection of room offerings, which isn't hard since they've got designs that cater to the taste of Wynn-o-philes and Saharaistas alike.

Very exciting news! Thanks Donny!

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Comments & Discussion:

I just ran the dates of my trip in February and the rates for the Octavius Tower Deluxe Room (even logged into my TR account) are crazy:

Thursday February 23: $199
Friday February 24: $199
Saturday February 25: $339
Sunday February 26: $429

I'm completely shocked by the Sunday rates, as typically Sundays are the same rate as Thursdays. All of their room options for those dates have the Sunday as the most expensive day.

Sunday shows up cheapest for me. You have cheaper on Thurs-Fri, I have cheaper on Sat-Sun. I don't think we were ever really meant to understand how Caesars determines our rate.

Nightly Rates:
THU 02/23/2012 $279.00
FRI 02/24/2012 $299.00
SAT 02/25/2012 $399.00
SUN 02/26/2012 $239.00

I believe you are correct that folks are never meant to understand the way these things work. Then again, Caesars Palace has always seemed to have weird room rates in comparison to their sister properties.

Kinda ironic, but to me this room design would have been a better choice for the Bellagio remodel and the blue room at Bellagio looks better suited for Caesars.

RobbieNomi is right on. The Octavius room looks more Bellagio than Bellagio. Granted, the room is larger than those at B, and the windows are large & floor to ceiling, but it is more appealing, imo. The corner seating area, carpet and wall colors make it look like a quiet refuge from the excitement of the Strip. I like it!

Haha nice. I was about to say the same thing. That those rooms look the way the Bellagio renovations should've went. Either way, I like Caesars. You stay classy.

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