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The New Villas at Caesars Palace

The New Villas at Caesars Palace

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Thursday, April 29, 2010 | midnight

You could stay at one of Caesars Palace's three new villas for $40,000 a night - or just come with us on the first local media tour to see the opulent 10,000-square-foot Greek-style Constantine Villa. With self-playing pianos, 24-hour butler service, movie theater-style TV rooms, chairs that massage you to the beat of your music, and remote-control toilets, it's no wonder Caesars spent $15 million to build and furnish each villa.

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