The Caesars Anthology Collection makes it possible to sample the life of luxury typically reserved for the rich and famous. These suites are among the finest in the city and start at $25,000 per night. They include VIP check in, airport transportation and butler service. We were fortunate to spend one night in the 11,200 square foot Titus Villa. An English garden theme is carried throughout much of the villa, although it also has many Asian influences. There are three luxurious bedrooms, four bathrooms equipped with steam showers and bidets, dining room with mural (butler's quarters), billiard room, media room with silk adorned walls and a 103" 3-D TV. As if that's not enough, you can also relax in the private outdoor garden complete with spa and firepit.
This was too good to be true. We couldn't keep it to ourselves; we had to share the experience with our family and friends. We invited everyone to come during the football game. This was one of the greatest photo opportunities of my life, and would you believe, I forgot my camera? I absolutely did. Thankfully, Amy brought it to me when she came with the kids. By then, Frank and I had taken advantage of room service and had sandwiches in the media room, so excuse the mess. By the way, the massage chairs are heavenly. The tubs were larger than any I've seen before, which should have been great, but they were tricky to get in and out of... #mansionproblems. The shower in the master, though, was divine. It seriously had me considering converting one of the extra rooms in our house to recreate it. This staycation was simply incredible. Exploring every nook and cranny of the villa was the most fun.