Look inside the exclusive Titus Villa at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas
Caesars Palace’s villas exude luxury with their marbled interiors and leather-lined corridors. And any guest can experience the amenities – like an exotic fish tank, pool and personal theater – for $30,000 per night.
The Titus Villa is one of the 25 Villas in the Las Vegas Hotel. It measures approximately 11.200 square feet, which is 20 times larger than the average hotel room measuring 650 square feet. The space includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms and an eighth person media room, and a pool that measures 33.5 feet in length.
The villa has hosted some of the “most powerful and influential people in the world” – including Barack Obama, Lizzo, Bill Clinton, Aretha Franklin, Bradley Cooper, Justin Bieber, Usher and Cher – according to regional president for Caesars Entertainment Sean McBurney.
McBurney tells CNBC Make it, “If you take a look at the super-rich…they want to travel with the same luxury they enjoy at home.” Their private jets are their private. These are their huge homes. And then to stay in a … hotel room or even a standard two-bedroom suite – it’s not harmonious with their lifestyle.”
These amenities are not limited to the edge of the villa blueprint.
The Titus Villa welcomes guests with a valet entry and is staffed by 65 butlers.
When you enter the villa, one of the first rooms you see is the dining room, which can sit up to 10 people – despite the villa not actually having a kitchen. While a huge culinary staff is always available for any orders that are made, many guests opt to have their meals delivered from one of their Las Vegas favorite restaurants.
McBurney said, “We want it to feel like home”, and added that all 65 butlers can speak multiple languages. This means you can be yourself. [can]No matter your favorite authentic cuisine, we can make it. Our large culinary staff can make whatever you want.
The 20-foot high barrel vaulted, coffered ceilings lead to the long hallway that leads into the living area, with two sitting areas and a piano. McBurney says some guests – like the band members of Imagine Dragons – ignore the piano’s self-playing function, opting to play the instrument themselves.
The bar, which is adjacent to the billiards room, is stocked to the guests’ preferences – whether that’s tea, whiskey, champagne or something else entirely. The media room has a home theatre and massage chairs. Its silk-lined walls make it look extravagant.
But it’s still no match for the master bedroom, which includes an eight-foot-by-eight-foot bed, a steam shower and bathtub made from “imported stones from around the world,” McBurney says.
The villa has received many high-profile visitors who have left personalized messages. Cher for example wrote once in the book that “Caesars” was her first and last hotel. McBurney said, “Thank you for all your years.”
McBurney does not speak out about stories related to famous Titus Villa guests. He says that privacy and restraint are essential when you work in the business of hospitality.
However, it is possible to join the ranks of those who can afford $30,000 per evening if you are able. McBurney states that not all guests stay more than one night. Some guests stay several weeks, McBurney says. Others may be alone or in a group with their families and close friends. McBurney says that high-rolling gamblers can be granted complimentary accommodations if they place a wager of what he calls an “appropriate amount”.
It is built to satisfy the needs of guests so that they won’t have to go anywhere else. McBurney states that McBurney’s idea was to give guests the luxury they desire without the need to get involved with the casinos or other parts of the city.
He says, “Actually, you don’t have to leave the villa in order to enjoy an unforgettable time at Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas.”