Caesars Brings New Rooms and Rewards To Las Vegas

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Caesars Entertainment recently announced that they will continue to renovate hotel rooms at Paris Las Vegas and Harrah’s. Separately, they announced the rebrand of their loyalty club. Total Rewards is now Caesars Rewards.

Paris And Harrah’s Renovations

On an earnings call last week, Caesars Entertainment’s CEO Mark Frissora announced that the company will wrap up their Las Vegas hotel room renovation project this year. Over the past three years, Caesars Entertainment has renovated thousands of hotel rooms on the Las Vegas Strip.

They will complete the renovations at Harrah’s and Paris this year. The most recent Harrah’s renovations started with hotel rooms in 2016. Renovations of the Harrah’s casino floor took place in 2017 and were finished almost a year ago.

The first phase of hotel room renovations at Paris Las Vegas was finished in 2018. Caesars Entertainment will renovate another 1,600 rooms this year as part of the casino resort’s 20th anniversary.

In addition to adding more new hotel rooms, Paris Las Vegas has a new spa and will be lighting up the Eiffel Tower every night.

Voie Spa & Salon is a 25,000-square-foot facility. The new spa offers a wide range of treatments that include specialized bathing experiences to detoxify the body, signature sound therapy massages and hydra-cleansing treatments tailored to individual needs. In the salon, guests can enjoy specialty plant-infused hair rituals, as well as manicure and pedicure treatments.

The rooms at Paris Las Vegas will continue with the current Burgundy Room theme. The new rooms will have splashes of burgundy complementing the crisp brown-and-white color palette. Each room has a 55-inch flat-screen TV, full-size desk and custom accent pieces. The bathroom boasts a marble counter, a bench seat, a spacious shower with a glass enclosure, along with a rain shower head with a hand-held wand. You can see pictures of the Burgundy Room here.

Total Rewards Is Now Caesars Rewards

Caesars Entertainment announced that the casino loyalty club was changing names with their new calendar year in February. Total Rewards is out and Caesars Rewards is in. The cards have an all-new design that you can get at the players club desk inside any Caesars Entertainment casino.

The new loyalty club works similar to Total Rewards with a couple of new perks for higher tier players. Caesars Rewards members still earn credits through slot and table play, hotel stays, dining, entertainment purchases, shopping, spa treatments, golf, etc. Here are the new premium perks:

  • Caesars Rewards Platinum: Platinum member will receive one free night in Las Vegas or Atlantic City for every 5,000 tier credits earned in 2019, up to seven nights.
  • Caesars Rewards Diamond: Additionally, Diamond members will also receive two free nights at the new Caesars Resort Dubai.

On the surface, the new loyalty club is the same. However, Caesars Entertainment touts access to new ways to earn complimentary hotel stays but specific details haven’t been revealed. You can read the press release with more information here.