First look at Caesars Palace's renamed Colosseum Tower rooms

Caesars Palace Las Vegas has officially reopened the renamed and renovated Colosseum Tower. Formerly known as the Forum Tower, the updated tower has 440 guestrooms and suites with classically inspired décor. 

Designed by Michael Medeiros of RDH Interests, the new accommodations have high contrasts of black and white. Color accents include pops of emerald (inspired by the jewelry worn by Cleopatra), along with splashes of Roman red throughout the custom artwork and furniture.

The main focal point of the room is the upholstered headboard panel with inset mirrors. Across the room, the dresser unit includes a premium glass-front minibar, a round table that doubles as a desk and a klismos-inspired dining chair. Standard king rooms also have a Roman-style chaise lounge.

The renovated bathroom has linear veined Marmara Striato marble floors imported from Europe and white quartz vanity tops and accent bands in the glass-enclosed shower. In the separate water closet, the wall covering has hand-sketched drawings of various Greek and Roman classical orders of architectural columns. The sink vanity consists of dark wood furnishings.

Suites start at 800 square feet, and larger room layouts include a living room with a couch, coffee table, chair and a dining or pool table. Bathrooms in the suites have soaking tubs. 

The Colosseum Tower is adjacent to Dominique Ansel Las Vegas and across from The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.