Harrah's Las Vegas touts renovated tower with suites designed by Marnell Architecture

The Valley Tower has a décor with tones of gray and purple accents. A vanity with backlighting can be found in every room.

Harrah's Las Vegas completed the newest renovated hotel tower on The Strip. Part of an ongoing resort transformation of the Caesars Entertainment casino brand, the Valley Tower has a décor with tones of gray and purple accents. A vanity with backlighting can be found in every room. Standard and premium rooms also come with one king bed or two queen beds, a table with two chairs and a desk.

Guests who upgrade to one of the newly renovated suites, including the executive and vice presidential suites, may enjoy the luxuries of the Anthology Collection. Designed by Marnell Architecture, each suite has a separate bedroom, living room and dining area. The bathrooms have a whirlpool tub. The suite can also be expanded via a connecting room with two queen beds.

The property now has new self check-in and check-out kiosks in the main hotel lobby. The kiosks can also be found at other Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas properties, including The LINQ Hotel & Casino, Flamingo Las Vegas, Caesars Palace and Paris Las Vegas.


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Also renovated was Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill, which now has all-new televisions, dance floor, furnishings, sound system and private dining space.

Meanwhile, the renovated Race & Sports Book now has more than 40 new HD TVs, new bar stools and lounge chairs throughout the book along with built-in USB chargers.

Harrah's Las Vegas also renovated the Oyster Bar and the Signature Bar.

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