Caesars Palace: The VegasTripping Review 2012
Finding Faith In The Deluxe Palace Tower Room
Finally, we enter the bedroom. This isn't a particularly large suite, but the layout is smart and effective.
To the immediate right is a king size bed, framed against the wall by a gigantic vinyl, double stitched button pleated headboard and at the foot by a similarly colored foot bench. A green knit throw was laid out to protect the bedding from bozos who like to lay on the bed with their shoes on (specifically, Donnymac66).
Bedding featured a small bolster, two throw pillows and four extra long pillows. A whopping, lucky, array of seven pillows on this bed. The linens and mattress were incredibly soft, meticulously clean and provided a very breathable, comforting night sleep. I'm getting sleepy just looking at the photos.
Driver side nightstand featured a CD alarm clock (!!?!) and an incredibly clever X shaped lamp, bringing one of Caesars Palace's exterior design motifs inside the room.
Passenger side night stand featured the same lamp, plus a standard issue hotel phone and spiffy looking leather bound notepad. I must be slipping because I didn't steal it. The lamps had plugs in their bases, for those who to plug appliances in next to their bed. Toasters, hot pots, you fill in the ___________.