Caesars Palace is changing its Las Vegas Strip casino resort’s main entrance. Construction work is scheduled to begin in the coming days and will likely end by the Eve of New Year.
The construction is expected to cost millions of dollars to create an extravagant entry into one of the most popular resorts in the world. The entrance will include a high dome ceiling and a 25-foot tall statue of Augustus Caesar.
During the construction, Caesars Diamond Reward Holders and Seven Star members will be offered a parking service at the main entrance off Las Vegas Boulevard. Other customers will be offered parking service at Caesars Palace parking garage off Frank Sinatra Drive.
The Caesar was formed through a reverse takeover by Eldorado Resorts last year. The group formed is heavily investing to upgrade its portfolio. In the Atlantic City, the Eldorado-Caesars merger signed off on a condition that the new group commits $400 million to renovate and upgrade its three casino resorts.
The first phase of the renovation includes remodeling of guestrooms and suites at Caesars and Harrah at $170 million. Harrah’s resort in Las Vegas has already been redesigned at $200 million.
The construction of Caesars Palace’s main entrance price tag has not yet been quoted. The entrance is to be built entirely from ground to up to give Caesar the experience it deserves.