Above-ground construction is currently underway for the new Caesars Republic hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Spearheaded by developer HCW, the 45-m (147-ft) high, 24,155 m2 (260,000 sf) hotel will feature five luxurious top-floor entertainment suites, two Italian restaurant concepts by celebrity chef Giada De Laurentis, a 1254 m2 (13,500 sf) indoor/outdoor event and meeting ballroom, and a seventh-floor pool lounge and restaurant.
Caesars Republic Scottsdale is designed to bring a new concept to the “Old Town” Scottsdale area, which is one of the most visited lifestyle districts in the country. Once completed, the contemporary and expansive glass structure will stand out from other neighboring resorts. The hotel’s architecture and interior design elements will pay homage to its Las Vegas roots, while its stone and faux wood accents will complement the adjacent luxury residential area.
Caesars Republic Scottsdale will include a 650 m2 (7000 sf), column-free ballroom with 10 m (34 ft) long sliding glass doors which open onto the 650 m2 outdoor lawn for banquets. Additional event spaces will include a dedicated 325 m2 (3500 sf) outdoor event space on the eighth floor and a 344 m2 (3700 sf) meeting space on the second floor.
The hotel will also feature high ceilings, dedicated workspaces, and a fitness center located across from the rooftop pool. The standard rooms will be accompanied by 28 luxury wellness suites, each with their own unique amenities. The design will take full advantage of the desert and mountain views.
Caesars Republic Scottsdale is scheduled to be completed in early 2024.