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Celebrate Design with the Ceasars Hotel Casino Project

Today we celebrate Design with a Las Vegas project. We will present this hotel on one of the main streets, this hotel is spectacular, wonderful and with luxury. This was still a box set for several movies. Let’s see the pictures?

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  • The Hangover

This hugely successful comedy provided up to an impressive box office. One of its most cherished scenes was when the band of friends checked in the Caesars Palace, and Galifianakis character iconically said, “Did Caesar live here?” in evidence to the Roman Emperor, to which the clerk answered “no,” this become quite the riddle in the hotel afterward according to assistant general manager, Sean McBurney.

Celebrate Design with the Ceasars Hotel & Casino Project

  • The Only Game Is Town

This peculiar motion picture leading the incomparable Elizabeth Taylor and Warren Beatty was one of the first films to be filmed at the Caesars Palace.

Celebrate Design with the Ceasars Hotel & Casino Project

  • Rain Man

The academy award-winning film headlined by Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise made an enormous impact in the neighborhood. There was one symbolic scene which was filmed in the Emperors Suite that shows Cruise’s character teaching Hoffman’s savant one how to dance. A single gesture yet full of emotion that will be remembered past beyond its years. Plus, the brothers had an amazing time at the casino!

Celebrate Design with the Ceasars Hotel & Casino Project

  • Intolerable Cruelty

Also taking place at the Emperors Suite, this 2003 dark comedy led by George Clooney and Catherine Zeta-Jones made the audience hold on to their seats.

Celebrate Design with the Ceasars Hotel & Casino Project

  • Dreamgirls

The indulging musical production led to one of the most impassioned representations in film history, as Jennifer Hudson sang her heart out in one of the palace’s showrooms. The love song was designated “And I’m Telling You I’m Not Going” and eventually Hudson went on to deservingly win the Oscar for supporting actress.

Celebrate Design with the Ceasars Hotel & Casino Project

  • Iron Man

Iron Man may be the most famous marvel character in comics history. Unsurprisingly, Stark, played by Robert Downey Jr., won an Apogee Award at the Caesars Palace which was performed by Terrence Howard’s character, James Rhodes. The Palace can also be seen when Tony Stark is flirting with a journalist at the entrance of the hotel.

Celebrate Design with the Ceasars Hotel & Casino Project

Out of Curiosity, did you know that about 27 movies have been directed at the Caesars Palace? Sure enough, it is one of the most coveted locations due to its exuberance and elegance. In addition, its architectural design simply leaves you speechless and the same can be recounted for its majestic interiors.

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