Caesars Republic Scottsdale taking event bookings

i By April 5, 2022 No Comments

Caesars Republic Scottsdale is now accepting reservations for its indoor/outdoor event spaces.

Real estate development and property management company, HCW, announced on April 4, 2022, that construction of the hotel has moved above ground and is on track for a Q1 2024 opening as scheduled.

Located on the north side of Scottsdale Fashion Square, Caesars Republic Scottsdale will stand 11 storeys high and have 265 guestrooms when completed.

The 247-foot high, 260,000 square-foot hotel will feature several unique venues as well as extensive dedicated event spaces. The unique venues include:

  • five top floor penthouse entertainment suites, each more than 2,000 square feet, with outdoor terraces and butler kitchens;
  • two Italian restaurant concepts by celebrity chef, author, philanthropist and TV personality Giada De Laurentis;
  • and an elevated pool lounge and restaurant – Seven (SVN) – on the seventh floor.

The property’s largest dedicated event space is a 7,000-square-foot, column-free ballroom with 34-foot-long sliding glass doors that open onto the 7,000-square-foot lawn. Divisible into four sections, this ballroom can accommodate up to 750 guests. Other events spaces at Caesars Republic Scottsdale will include a 3,500-square-foot outdoor event space on the eighth floor and a 3,700-square-foot meeting space on the second floor.

The property will also feature high ceilings, dedicated workspaces, and a top-of-the-line fitness center located across from the rooftop pool. The standard rooms will be accompanied by 28 luxury wellness suites, each with its own unique offerings and amenities, including Peloton stationary bikes in each room. The design takes full advantage of the desert and mountain views.

Caesars Republic Scottsdale is owned by HCW. HCW Hospitality Management will serve as the management.

“We’re excited to resume our above-ground construction of Caesars’ first North American non-gaming hotel in the heart of Scottsdale,” said Richard Huffman, chief executive officer and president, HCW. “The construction delay, a direct result of the pandemic, has actually been our silver lining by allowing us to incorporate even more little luxuries and make room for a new, dedicated mobile sports betting space where guests can place bets on their Caesars Sportsbook app while watching the games in the seventh-floor lounge.”