By: Jake Hoffman
The Julius Studio Suite at Caesars Palace offered a separate living area with seating for 4, unique artwork, and a coffee table.
Additionally, there was also a small (but adequate) work desk, a TV, and a minibar both on the countertop, and in the fridge below.
In the suite's bathroom was a dual sink vanity with 2 backlit mirrors. Yellow accents are also present, which is a signature feature in Julius rooms.
The suite's shower was fully enclosed and had plenty of space, a traditional showerhead, and a handheld sprayer.
In the bedroom was a king bed, 2nd TV, dresser, and large closet. Julius Suites offer views of either the Strip, or the pool complex.
I found the room to be both comfortable and quiet, well insulated from hallway noise.
While there were a few minor dings and scuffs, I found the suite to be in great overall shape.
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