A US$ 100M renovation project has been announced for Jubilee Tower at Horseshoe Las Vegas. The announcement was made by Caesars Entertainment. According to the latter, the tower which is adjacent to Paris Las Vegas would also be renamed to Versailles Tower.
The US$ 100M project will include external improvements and the addition of opulent guest rooms and hallways. A pedestrian bridge linking the Versailles Tower and the Paris resort will also be built as part of the project.
Later this year, Paris Las Vegas will welcome 756 newly created premium guest rooms, some of the largest standard accommodations on the Strip. They will start at 436 square feet. Early in 2024, the pedestrian bridge connecting the tower to the resort will be finished.
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The 2,900 existing hotel rooms in Paris Las Vegas will be supplemented by the Versailles Tower. The resort also has a 46-story replica of the Eiffel Tower and an 85,000-square-foot casino. Furthermore, a two-acre pool, a spa and salon, two wedding chapels, and a nightclub.
According to Caesars Entertainment Regional President Sean McBurney, the Versailles Tower will make Paris Las Vegas one of the largest resorts on the Strip.
Jubilee Tower at Horseshoe Las Vegas renovation, a part of improvements being made at the Paris Las Vegas
McBurney said that Caesars has made a number of “significant enhancements” to Paris Las Vegas over the past year. This includes the addition of new restaurants like Vanderpump à Paris, Nobu, The Bedford by Martha Stewart, and a renovated sportsbook. The integration of the Versailles Tower is the most recent of these improvements.
The current interiors of neutral tones and splashes of red will be replaced, according to Jason Gregorec, senior vice president and general manager of Paris Las Vegas, with “chic, Parisian-inspired décor and modern amenities”. New 55-square-foot balconies with “unmatched” views of the Strip. Additionally, the New Year’s Eve fireworks and Formula 1 would be included in a few rooms, he continued.