Caesars Entertainment has announced plans to renovate the Jubilee Tower at Horseshoe Las Vegas and merge it with Paris Las Vegas under a new name. The company will invest more than $100 million to transform the tower into a hotel with 756 redesigned rooms and a bridge connecting it to the Paris Las Vegas resort.
The betting company offers more than 23,000 rooms in Las Vegas, and says the renovated tower will showcase some of the best at its nine resorts.
Caesars Entertainment Regional President Sean McBurney said, “We know that our guests, especially our Caesars Rewards members, love Paris Las Vegas. Over the past year, we’ve made significant improvements to the destination, bringing new concepts like Vanderpump to Paris, Nobu, The Bedford by Martha Stewart and, most recently, a completely renovated sports book.”
McBurney said the addition of the Tower will make Paris one of the premier resorts in the heart of the Strip: “The interior and exterior will be completely reimagined and transformed into some of the finest rooms in Las Vegas. When it opens this fall, our guests will have easy access to the incredible dining and gaming options they loved at Paris Las Vegas.”
The Tower will feature some of the largest standard rooms on the Strip, starting at 436 square meters. Select rooms will have 55 square meter balconies overlooking the Strip. The new rooms are expected to be completed in late 2023, with the bridge to follow in early 2024.
About Caesars Entertainment
Caesars Interactive Entertainment is an online, mobile and social gaming company focused on casino entertainment and is a subsidiary of Caesars Entertainment, the largest gaming company in the world. The group owns the World Series of Poker (WSOP) and several social game developers, all under its Playtika division.
Games include Slotomania, Caesars Casino, Bingo Blitz and Bingo Rush. Partnerships with Microsoft and Electronic Arts include use of the WSOP brand in games for the Xbox platform, mobile devices and a WSOP-branded Facebook game.