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It wouldn’t be Sin City if there weren’t elaborately themed designs throughout, and The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace inside Caesars Palace in Las Vegas sticks to the overall Roman theme of the resort. Of course, considering the boutique feel and exclusive nature of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Laurel Collection, you can expect the décor to be on the more luxurious side rather than hokey. The classical Roman aspect is definitely present, but there are plenty of modern touches throughout the hotel. For example, one of the most attractive spaces in the luxury hotel is the Bacchanal Buffet, which consists of three visually aesthetic dining rooms — glass, wood and steel — and is sleek and modern in design. It draws the eye, making for a popular place to eat offering Garden of the Gods pool views.
In other parts of The Laurel Collection, such as near the reception areas and the hallway to the elevators, there are stunning paintings — a form of pop art playing on traditional Romanesque styles — lining the walls. The guest rooms, however, lean on the contemporary side with classical touches. For example, while the wood furniture features clean lines, there are antique-like velvet couches with Corinthian column floor lamps.