Caesars Palace Octavius Tower Luxury: The VegasTripping Review 2012
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Moving out of the bathroom and towards the main room, there's a short length of hallway with a lovely floor mirror that's been modified to look like an abstracted column with molding. An interesting way to carry the theme, just as we've seen before. Across from that is a double doored closet.
Inside the closet is the usual assortment of goodies including ironing board and iron, luggage rack, robes, and an in wall safe large enough for a laptop, iPad, and more. Just beyond that is the room.
The first thing you notice when you enter the main space is that there are a load of patterns and textures at work. From the simple and bold to the more delicate and complex, everything is bright, bold, and colorful, yet not overwhelming to the eye. And all of it, from the carpet to the cushions to the wall art throw back to a variation on the classic Caesars theme.
To the right in the room is an entertainment center and desk combo. At the bottom, two large chests combine with a desk between in dark wood, with accents reminiscent of column frames. The right chest contains drawers for storage, with a granite top and fantastic cross based white lamp. In the middle is a glass topped desk and work area, above which is a flat screen TV in a large wooden frame, giving it a bit of a dress up that's nicer than just a simple wall mount. To the left is the mini-bar in the chest, with more items for sale on top.
The mini bar contains a nice assortment of your standard beer, along with Belvedere, Absolute, Barardi, Bombay Sapphire, and Jack Daniels. Drink products are Pepsi, and as usual you can find an intimacy kit and the usual snack assortment. Prices are high, but not as high as Wynncore or Aria.