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If you’re just looking for a little snack or something to drink and don’t feel like ordering room service, you’ll find plenty of options in the mini-bar in your room at The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Take off the edge with a nice cold beer — Heineken, Peroni, Coors Light or Miller Light will do the trick. And if you prefer a soda, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel offers Pepsi products (Diet Pepsi, Pepsi and Sierra Mist); but pop the Rockstar energy drink for an extra boost before hitting the Strip. In the morning, you can refuel with Gatorade and Evian. As for the spirits, indulge in mini bottles of Bombay Sapphire, Grey Goose, Stoli, Absolut Citron, Bacardi Silver and even Woodford Reserve bourbon. There’s also wine and champagne for the oenophiles.
For something to eat, look on the credenza above the refrigerator. Options such as cookies, jellybeans, gummy fish and peanuts will satisfy that craving. Next to the snacks is a container of Keurig coffee pods for the in-room coffee machine. If that isn’t enough, the luxury hotel also lets you purchase a hangover kit, golf balls, a disposable camera, a cocktail shaker kit and an iPhone and iPod charger — just call room service for those.