Caesars Palace: The VegasTripping Review 2012
Finding Faith In The Deluxe Palace Tower Room
Once again, traditional Greco-Roman design flourishes make their way into the room with this chair, subtly amped up with the meandering Greek Key pattern stitched onto the seat cushion. Striking.
Some more designy stuff... the photos don't really do justice to the subtle shades of color in this design. The gold in the curtains matching the gold stitching on the pillow, the blue of the pillows match the blue of the carpet and the curtains, and of course who can ever forget the big brown sofa. Fortunately, you will not need to push the big brown sofa to look out the window. I mean, you can, but you don't have to. I'll stop.
The desk. Love the circle motif around the mirror, the spherical blobs on the lamp and the 'circles' in the carpeting. Too bad they couldn't upgrade to a better phone, but then again I've found these newfangled tablet phones which control everything to be more trouble than they are worth. Also on the desk is a Keurig coffee machine, perfectly at hand for those stuck in their room slaving over some work at the desk. The presentation of the stuff is a bit cluttered, but it is all there including wired internet and a plug above the desk.
The entertainment center featured a small assortment of barware, minus the barware, some snacks and a smallish flat panel TV. Hidden inside is the minibar.