There are views to consider. Girl-next-door to cougar ratios to calculate. Proximity to Michelin stars to measure.
And, of course, your famous rule about staying at places inspired by deceased historical leaders...
Introducing the Octavius Tower at Caesars Palace, a brand-new, 668-room hotel tower with direct access to the hedonistic oasis that is the Garden of the Gods pool, taking reservations now.
Let’s talk a little bit about Caesars, since they’ve been making moves for your pleasure—in the form of a pristine, 24-hour restaurant by a world-renowned chef, a soon-to-be-opened outpost of classic NYC steakhouse Old Homestead and this tower, the sixth at the resort. (Sixth one’s the charm.)
So once you arrive at McCarran, you’ll direct your driver to the private entrance and check into your suite (if you’re not in the mood for one of the six villas). You’ll decompress—maybe do your pre-craps bathrobe-testing ritual—before scheduling a poolside massage to mentally prepare your over/under strategy.
Since you may feel like keeping it local, meet your flight rowmate (you two were fast friends) for drinks at Pure before hitting the tables. And when the night progresses smoothly, you’ll head to your room to plot next steps.
Like giving your whirlpool a test run.