Caesars Entertainment files plans for Horseshoe Las Vegas Tower

May 1, 2023
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The renovation will exceed $100m and plans to integrate Horseshoe's Jubilee Tower into Paris Las Vegas.

Caesars Entertainment has filed plans for construction work to take place on the Horseshoe Las Vegas tower.

Clark County has approved the project which would see the Jubilee Tower made 17 feet taller.

Via an investment exceeding $100m, the Versailles Tower will feature 'a new exterior and interior.'

The meeting held by the Clark County Board of Commissioners on 5 April also mentioned a Parisian-style roof, additional balconies retroactively fitted to pre-existing guestrooms and a skybridge.

This closed pedestrian bridge would link the updated Parisian roof to the neighbouring Paris hotel tower.

Remodelling work has already begun on the outside of the tower, although any distinct Horseshoe branding has yet to replace the old Bally’s imagery.

The venue was rebranded from Bally’s to a Horseshoe property on 15 December 2022, despite a $125m renovation completed on the resort tower in 2018.

The Jubilee Tower, the part of the property currency under reconstruction, has 756 rooms and was last renovated in 2014.

This property makes for the 10th Horseshoe venue in Caesars’ portfolio, with other notable locations including Baltimore and Bossier City.

The Horseshoe rebranding efforts from Caesars are in reference to the original Binion’s Horseshoe casino in Las Vegas, which closed in 2009.

Horseshoe Las Vegas was initially opened as MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in 1973, with Bally Manufacturing purchasing it in 1986.

The last few weeks have proven to be busy for the hotel and casino entertainment company, after Caesars launched an updated Tropicana Online Casino website in Pennsylvania.


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