Those who are planning to visit Las Vegas starting July 22 onwards can now book a stay at the balcony rooms facing the Strip – including the famous Bellagio fountains - at the luxurious Caesars Entertainment Versailles Tower. But all 38 rooms come with a hefty price tag - so be prepared to pay for the opulence!

Las Vegas has ushered in a new era of luxury accommodations with the introduction of balcony rooms at Paris Las Vegas, marking the first of such offerings since the Cosmopolitan's debut in 2010. These eagerly anticipated rooms inside the newly revamped and remodeled Versailles Tower are now available for booking on the Paris Las Vegas website, with stays starting from Monday, the 22nd of July.

Each of the new 38 balcony rooms spans 445 sq. feet, offering guests a private 55 sq.-foot terrace that presents stunning views of the iconic Las Vegas Strip from the west. In particular, guests can enjoy picturesque scenes of the Bellagio fountains, situated directly across the street. The cost for one night is $246, which includes a $50 daily resort fee but excludes taxes. However, it's important to note that the Versailles Tower hosts a total of 718 rooms and suites, with the majority lacking balcony access - so make sure to ask for the rooms with balconies.

The introduction of balcony rooms is part of a comprehensive renovation of the Versailles Tower, its first major upgrade since 2014. Caesars Entertainment, the operator of both Paris Las Vegas and the adjacent Horseshoe property, invested approximately $100 million in the renovations.

Historical significance and timely renovation

The Versailles Tower holds a unique place in Las Vegas history as the only resort tower to have transferred ownership between two operational properties. Last year, Paris Las Vegas annexed the tower from the neighboring Horseshoe. This 26-story tower has undergone multiple rebrandings since its inception in 1982, initially opening as the south tower of the MGM Grand. In 1986, it became a portion of Bally’s, and in 2013, it was renamed the Jubilee Tower. Later, it was integrated into Horseshoe Las Vegas in 2022.

A significant enhancement accompanying the renovation is the construction of a second-floor pedestrian bridge. This bridge will connect the Versailles Tower to the main Paris Las Vegas complex, abolishing the current requirement for guests to enter the tower via a walkway through the Horseshoe. The bridge is slated to open just in time for the second F1 Grand Prix in Las Vegas, scheduled for November 21 to 23. During this high-profile event, the demand for the Versailles balcony rooms is expected to surge, with nightly rates surpassing the standard $246.

A whole new chapter in Las Vegas hospitality

The introduction of balcony rooms at Paris Las Vegas represents a significant milestone in the city's hospitality landscape. These rooms can indeed provide guests with a unique vantage point to experience the vibrant energy of the Strip, coupled with the luxury and comfort synonymous with the Paris Las Vegas brand. The renovation and historical significance of the Versailles Tower add to the appeal, promising an enriched experience for visitors.

With the F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix on the horizon, the timing of this launch is set to attract a global audience. And as Las Vegas continues to evolve, the addition of these balcony rooms brings to light the city’s commitment to offering unparalleled hospitality experiences to its millions of visitors to its doors.