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April 07, 2010 08:07 ET

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Introduces Breathtaking Octavius Pool Villas Reflecting Thematic Designs From France, Greece, Spain

Recently Opened Villas Epitomize Opulence and Luxury

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - April 7, 2010) -  Caesars Palace Las Vegas once again raises the standard for luxury with the unveiling of the lavish Octavius Villas. Located in the recently constructed Octavius Tower, the three 'Villas' are a trifecta of architectural perfection. The villas average 8,800 square feet, each one with a thematic design scheme from France, Greece and Spain and named for a Roman emperor who resided in the region. The villas overlook the Garden of the Gods, the resort's newly-expanded pool complex that made its debut in March 2010.

"The Octavius Villas were constructed to accommodate the discerning guests of Caesars Palace," said Gary Selesner, president of Caesars Palace. "The accommodations offer an immaculately designed residential experience that is enhanced by our highly-trained team of professionals."

Michael Medeiros, lead project designer of renowned interior architectural design firm Wilson Associates, created each villa to reveal magnificent architecture, yet radiate residential warmth and comfort throughout the space.

"Wilson Associates values our long standing relationship with Caesars Palace and has created many beautiful environments for the brand," said Medeiros. "Our goal for this latest addition was to design three unique luxury grand villas, each providing a comfortable escape for the high-end guests from the vibrant casino environment."

Each villa includes imported marble floors; a private elevator; hand-distressed wood parquet and inlaid wood floors; hand-painted wall murals and ceiling designs; wood and stone archways and casings; a billiard room; a plush home entertainment theatre; whirlpool bathtubs in the master and guest baths; steam mist showers in all bathrooms; fully integrated audio visual systems with televisions in nearly every room and custom contemporary artwork. Step outside and experience a spacious private terrace, with spa tub, fire pit, seating and dining area with a gas lantern and wall sconces. Villa guests may also enjoy the luxury of private butler and concierge services.

The French Villa is 8,500 square feet inside with a 1,150 square foot terrace. The four bedroom villa also includes a living room, lounge, sitting room, billiard room, custom-designed fish tank and grand piano.

Upon entry, guests are enticed by the warmly colored and textured crème decor, accented with yellow Sienna marble walls and a European-styled wall-mounted water fountain. A majestic powder room features hand-painted, finely finished walls with gilded moldings and an imported hand-carved marble sink. The master suite showcases finely upholstered walls, and an 8-foot custom bed draped with Anichini bed linens and situated beneath a grand chandelier. A hand-carved Crema Marfil stone bathtub imported from Italy rests on the marble mosaic floor of the master bath.

The media room boasts custom millwork and an inset 65-inch flat panel television with diamond button tufted upholstered walls. The dining room features hand-painted and metal-leafed wall coverings and a custom-made walnut dining table that comfortably seats ten.

This villa is 8,170 square feet with three bedrooms and a 1,250 square foot terrace. The old world design showcases classic furnishings and rich, earthy tones. The grand entry gallery has groin vaulted barrel ceilings and a custom-designed fish tank clad with elaborate wood millwork that is evident throughout the space.

The Spanish Villa's master suite flaunts sophisticated wood and leather inset panel walls, a custom 8-foot bed with Anichini linens, sitting room and walk-in closet. The master bath features stunning marble walls and a bathtub and steam shower with a marble mosaic floor.

The dining area includes a custom-made dining room table that seats ten and features finely detailed, hand-embroidered and appliquéd leather chairs. The Spanish Villa living room features a cozy, imported marble double-sided fireplace and grand piano, a custom carved walnut Adler pool table and a media room complete with wood and suede walls. A custom curved sofa and massage chairs round out the space.

The Greek-inspired villa is 9,930 square feet with four bedrooms and a 1,380 square foot terrace. Guests are greeted with grandeur as they step into the entry gallery that showcases custom marble embellishments and Doric, hand-painted columns. An inviting living room boasts a grand piano, carved marble fireplace and an eclectic mix of the finest furnishings and accessories.

In the master suite, custom Greek-styled wainscot paneling with upholstered and nail head studded walls complement the custom 8-foot bed that resides beneath a gold-plated chandelier. The master bath includes his and her water closets adorned with travertine walls and decorative Greek columns.

The Constantine Villa is equipped with an exercise room and a distinguishably designed media room, complete with a 120-inch screen television, and rich-toned custom millwork.

Caesars Palace is the world's best known resort-casino, celebrating the grandeur that was Rome in an 85-acre destination location that sets the standard for entertainment, dining and luxury. Reigning at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Caesars Palace ranks among the world's top luxury resorts known for its originality and beauty and features 3,300 hotel guest rooms and suites, 23 diverse restaurants and cafes, five-acre Garden of the Gods pools and gardens, 50,000 square foot Qua Baths & Spa and 300,000 square feet of premium meeting and convention space. The 4,300-seat Colosseum sits just steps from celebrity chef restaurants and the acclaimed Forum Shops at Caesars and spotlights world class entertainers such as Cher, and Jerry Seinfeld, and returning March 15, 2011, Celine Dion. Journalists may access media materials and request high-resolution images at Find Caesars Palace on Facebook at!/caesarspalace?ref=ts and follow (@caesarspalace).

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