What is involved in the turndown service at The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace?

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When you check in to The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, you can expect to have your room turned down nightly unless you request otherwise. If you prefer to schedule a time for housekeeping to turndown your room, you can do so at the touch of a button — literally. All you have to do is download the Caesars Palace app on your smartphone (something you should’ve done upon check-in) and submit a request for a specific turndown time.

Whether you do so or not, after a long day, you can expect to come back to your room at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel to find your robe and slippers ready to be donned. You’ll also find a tray with things such as laundry service options and a breakfast menu at the foot of the bed. While the cloudlike bed still boasts all seven — yes, seven — pillows, the blanket that accented the foot of the bed is removed.

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