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When you check in to The Laurel Collection inside Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, amenities abound. Whether you’re in the city for business or pleasure, this hotel-within-a-hotel provides top-notch conveniences. Here are our picks for the five best amenities at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel:
1. Qua Baths & Spa. Located on the mezzanine level of the Augustus Tower — one of the two that make up The Laurel Collection — Qua Baths & Spa is a great place to relax. It’s known for its Roman baths (at varying temps nonetheless), and we highly suggest you take advantage of the three distinct pools. It’s a great way to ease the tension after a day in the casino or a long day walking up and down the Strip.
2. Restaurant Guy Savoy. The fine-dining French restaurant sits within the Augustus Tower and is easily one of the best dining experiences in Sin City. While it will cost you a pretty penny — be ready to spend roughly $250 per person — it’s definitely worth it. As the only restaurant by the famous French chef in the U.S., a meal at Restaurant Guy Savoy is a must.
3. Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. We can’t get enough of the seven pools at Caesars Palace. Sticking with the theme, each pool is named after a Roman god — think Fortuna, Jupiter and Venus — and has its own vibe. Depending on whether you’re looking to relax (Jupiter) or party (Venus), you’ll certainly find a pool to fit your needs.
4. In-room spa tubs. Enclosed in marble, which is also what the floor and bathroom vanities are made from, these two-person tubs feature jets, and are a wonderful way to make oneself at home at the luxury hotel. If you can’t make it down to Qua Baths & Spa, this is a great alternative for an at-home relaxation session.
5. Smartphone app. If you want to schedule your room service breakfast delivery the night before or request a specific turndown service time, you can do this all through the Caesars Palace app. It’s free to download and makes life so much easier during your stay. The app allows you to browse the resort’s restaurant menus and even buy tickets to shows within the Roman-themed palace.