Caesars to invest $100 million in Versailles Tower addition to Paris Las Vegas

Casino giant Caesars Entertainment has announced its plans to renovate the Jubilee Tower at Horseshoe Las Vegas and integrate it into Paris Las Vegas with a new name, Versailles Tower. 

According to the company, the investment, which exceeds $100 million, will transform the existing tower into a hotel with 756 redesigned guestrooms and a pedestrian bridge connecting the Versailles Tower to the Paris Las Vegas resort. The new tower will be completed by late 2023, with the pedestrian bridge to follow in early 2024.

Exterior rendering of the renovations

We know our guests, especially our Caesars Rewards members, love Paris Las Vegas. Over the past year we’ve made significant enhancements to elevate the destination, bringing new concepts like Vanderpump à Paris, Nobu, The Bedford by Martha Stewart, and most recently, a completely renovated sportsbook,” said Sean McBurney, Regional President of Caesars Entertainment.

The Versailles Tower will feature some of the largest standard rooms on The Strip, starting at 436 square feet. Additionally, select guestrooms will offer new 55-square-foot balconies with views of The Strip as part of the renovation.

The pedestrian bridge connecting the Versailles Tower to the existing Paris Las Vegas resort will provide guests with access to restaurants and gaming options. The resort offers an 85,000-square-foot casino, a renovated Caesars Race & Sportsbook, the two-acre Pool à Paris, Las Vegas’ first rooftop bar and grill, BEER PARK, Voie Spa & Salon, two wedding chapels, French retail shopping located along the resort’s Le Boulevard District, and the nightlife venue Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop.

The addition of the Versailles Tower makes Paris one of the largest resorts in the heart of The Strip. The interior and exterior will be completely reimagined and transformed into some of the best rooms in Las Vegas. When it opens this fall, our guests will have easy access to the incredible restaurants and gaming options they have grown to love at Paris Las Vegas,” added McBurney.

“As we looked at the landscape of our properties, we saw an opportunity to make it even larger and frankly, more luxurious,” he told Las Vegas Review-Journal. “Imagine what that would look like during all sorts of times of the year, whether it’s Fourth of July fireworks or New Year’s Eve or even Formula One.”