Home to 949 rooms, this tower’s rooms tend toward gray and royal blue color schemes with gold accents.
On average, Julius Tower’s normal rooms are smaller than the other towers’ standard rooms, but the luxury accommodations of their suites and villas make up for it.
Notably, the Octavius has some of the hotel’s most expensive suites, such as the Hadrian Villa and the Marcus Aurelius Villa.
The Nobu Tower has its own Nobu Bar & Lounge where it offers authentic eastern Asian cuisine to cater to wealthy Asian guests who patronize the casino.
The Forum Tower is the most affordable of the Palace’s resort towers, with decor that’s less opulent than the more expensive suites.
I would say the Augustus and Octavius Towers are tied for the best towers in Caesars Palace, with spacious rooms full of amenities and marble.