First non-gaming hotel for Caesars Entertainment

New four-star hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona will be the company's first hotel without casino facilities.

Caesars Republic Scottsdale will be set next to the region's premier luxury retail destination, Scottsdale Fashion Square in Arizona. It will be a four-star hotel developed by HCW Development and operated by Aimbridge Hospitality.

Caesars Republic Scottsdale will house a 650sqm column-free ballroom with 10m sliding glass doors which open out onto the adjacent lawn, suitable for outdoor events for up to 600 people.

The ballroom can be split into four sections and can accommodate banquets up to 500.  A rooftop pool and bar on the seventh floor will include breathtaking views of Camelback Mountain.

Caesars Entertainment President and Chief Executive Officer, Mark Frissora said: "This project will be our first non-gaming asset in the United States and demonstrates the global strength of the Caesars brand.

"We look forward to partnering with HCW Development and Aimbridge Hospitality to create a world-class experience in one of the nation's most desirable communities."

The 11 storey glass building will have 266 rooms at the crossing of Goldwater and East Highland Avenue. Caesars Entertainment will license its brand and advise on design.

As well as a mixture of kings, double queens, one and two-bedroom suites, the hotel will also feature a bridal suite, and on the 11th floor, five luxury entertainment suites.

On the second floor, there are five breakout rooms to accommodate up to 40 people each, or a total of 200 when opened up for events.

The second-floor executive boardroom can seat 16 people.

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