Property development and property management company HCW has announced that above-ground construction of this hotel is underway.
The highly anticipated Caesars Republic Scottsdale is designed in partnership with Caesars Entertainment Corporation and Macerich to push the boundaries of creativity.
A hotel and an event venue
The 265-key Caesars Republic Scottsdale, which is set to rise up to 11 stories on the north side of Scottsdale Fashion Square, is currently slated for release in early 2024. The property is owned by HCW and will be managed by HCW Hospitality Management.
The site will serve as both a destination for travelers and an event venue with views of Camelback Mountain and the surrounding desert. We are already accepting reservations for our indoor and outdoor event space. Room reservations will be open from the second quarter of 2023.
“We are thrilled to resume above-ground construction of Caesars’ first North American gambling-free hotel in the heart of Scottsdale,” said Richard Huffman, CEO and President of 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 customers can place wagers on their Caesars Sportsbook app while watching the games in the seventh floor lounge.
Exciting new social spaces
When it opens, the hotel will feature 265 rooms and suites, including 28 luxury wellness suites with amenities such as Peloton bikes and five top-floor penthouse entertainment suites with outdoor terraces and butler kitchens.
This accommodation will be joined by two Italian restaurants, Luna by Giada and Pronto by Giada, by award-winning celebrity chef, author, philanthropist and television personality Giada De Laurentis.
Operated by Riot Hospitality Group of Scottsdale, the seventh-floor poolside lounge and restaurant, Seven (SVN), will host weekend brunches and afternoon activities, as well as private events, with views of Camelback Mountain.
The 13,500 square foot indoor-outdoor event space will then include a 7,000 square foot column-free ballroom with 34-foot-long sliding glass doors opening onto the 7,000-square-foot lawn . Additional event facilities include 3,500 square feet of outdoor space on the eighth floor and 3,700 square feet of meeting space on the second floor.
The hotel experience will be complemented by dedicated workspaces, a fitness center and a rooftop swimming pool. The property will stand out from its surroundings with a glass structure and interiors that pay homage to Caesars Republic’s Las Vegas roots.