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When you check in to your room at The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, rest assured that you will be showered with delightful amenities. The most noticeable in-room amenity at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel — and probably the largest — is the flat-screen TV. You can stream audio and video from your computer or other devices via HDMI and USB cables. Unlike many Las Vegas hotels where the only place to watch TV is in bed, you can (and should) take advantage of the spacious seating area — the plush velvet couch is very comfortable.
And if you can’t peel your eyes away from that enthralling drama when it’s time for a bath, turn on the flat-screen TV in the bathroom. Soak in the spa bathtub that’s large enough for two and relax without missing your favorite show.
But we have to admit, when all’s said and done — literally, when it’s time to go to sleep — we're huge fans of the pillowtop bed. It’s wrapped in Anichini linens and the moment you jump on the bed, you can’t help but fully unwind.