Caesars Palace Octavius Tower Luxury: The VegasTripping Review 2012
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Arriving on my floor, the first thing I'm struck by is the absence of Caesars. Yes, there's a single waste bin that looks like a column, but otherwise the moldings have been replaced by light chrome light fixtures with playful patterns, and a delightful striped carpet with a vine theme. Colors are muted but not over the top, totally comfortable. The only trace of heavy elements left are the mirrors which are in a stone pattern, giving the heft without the weight. A lovely table and mirror accent the circle theme on the opposite end of the vestibule.
Moving towards the room is simple, as the entire tower is one long linear hallway with the elevators at the eastern end. There's a lovely play of asymmetry, with carpet and lights changing sides with framed prints between each set of rooms. The carpet, lights, and wallpaper continue to carry the same bold color scheme, with curvilinear patterns in bold greens and purples with wood accents.
Arriving at room 6364, the theme continues. In the door number sign, as well as the DND/Doorbell switch plate, the circle pattern is copied. This intentional regard to making sure there is cohesion is a welcome thing, especially after some of random room designs we've all been forced to see recently. Insert the room key and...