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Caesars Palace's new Octavius Tower

The opening of the Octavius Tower — the sixth at Caesars Palace — wraps up the hotel's $860 million renaissance. The opulent Octavius guest rooms — the smallest of which is still a respectable 550 square feet — are decked out in earthy shades and enlivened with tactile pops of velvet and chrome. High-tech features include 42-inch HD televisions and bedside iPod docking stations, and a new Web app connects guests with the concierge, housekeeping, room service, the valet and the butler at the touch of the tablet.

Caesars Palace
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South

—Jamie Wetherbe, Custom Publishing Writer