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The best rooms to stay in at The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace in Las Vegas are the Augustus and Octavius towers' Deluxe King rooms. You’ll be treated to 550 square feet of pure comfort and luxury. Aside from the cloudlike bed that’s wrapped in Anichini linens, these rooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel boast an opulent seating area that sport a velvet corner couch, wooden table and an olive green accent chair. When we were there recently, our room had a great view of both the Paris Hotel’s Vegas version of the Eiffel Tower as well as spectacular mountain vistas.
The bathrooms are blanketed in marble and flaunt a spa bathtub that’s large enough for two. And if you can’t peel yourself away from watching your favorite show in bed, turn on the flat-screen TV and watch it while you’re relaxing in the bath.