Even Great Caesar’s Ghost would stand in awe of all that this Las Vegas casino has to offer. Caesar’s Palace is world renown for the lavish and opulent settings both inside and out. With little regard for cost, the structure was built on the former site of Centurion Tower at a cost of $4.2 Million. Today Caesars offers visitors elegant rooms, great entertainment, shopping galore, pools and clubs, and great gaming possibilities.
Voted the best hotel on the strip in 2013, luxury suites include the Laurel collection, the Nobu collection of rooms and suites, and the rooms offered in the Palace, Forum, Augustus, Roman, and Octavius Towers, provide a wide assortment of room options. Included in the Augustus Tower, are the Pet stay Delux accommodations where guests can bring up to two of their favorite canine traveling companions. The Absolut Fantasy Suites provide 1300 Square Feet of space designed around the six flavors of Absolut Vodka, guaranteeing a once in a lifetime experience.
Caesars Palace is the definite premier destination for entertainment in Las Vegas. With Rod Stewart, Shania Twain, Celine Dion, Jerry Seinfeld, and Elton John all being closely associated with Caesars, this resort has long had a reputation of bringing the best in entertainment to the Las Vegas Strip. For a current list of entertainment options go to Caesar’s home page.
The Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace encompass more than 600,000 square feet of space and one hundred and sixty stores: Anthropologie, Balenciaga, Cartier, Gucci, Michael Kors, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Tiffany & Co are some of the stores that grace the halls of Vegas’s largest shopping destination. The Forum Shops also add a wide variety of dining options including Planet Hollywood, Sushi Roku, the Cheesecake Factory, the Palm, and more.
The pool and club options at Caesars is unsurpassed. The Garden of the Gods is complex of pool options like no other Vegas resort. Featuring five pools, this water oasis meets the needs of all vacationers. For the Blackjack gamer, the Fortuna Pool is the choice. Jupiter provides a relaxing environment, while Neptune is the meet and great pool. At the Temple pool, the visitor can enjoy the Roman columns and statues as they swim, float, and meet new friends and acquaintances. The Venus Pool has more sophisticated offerings with topless sunbathing, more secluded and private spots, and a daily fee for men.
With 0ver 36,000 square feet and four distinct venues, each with their own music offerings, PURE is one of the very best choices for nightclubs in Vegas. Providing great views of the Vegas Strip, PURE could be the highlight of your Vegas trip. Caesar’s other clubs provide a fantastic array of other options. Cleopatra’s Barge, a replica of the real thing, provides a unique atmosphere to end a day in Vegas. The Shadow Bar’s intriguing backlit shadow dancers create a captivated environment. Numb, Seashore Lounge, Galleria, and Spanish Steps complete the club and lounge choices.
With an 8500 square foot poker room, there is ample room for everyone’s card playing skills. Add to that some of the best paying slot machines on the strip, the Race & Sports Book, and gaming tables of every kind, a visitor never has to leave Caesars to enjoy the thrills of gaming on which Las Vegas was built.
With constantly changing rankings of diner destinations, it is hard to keep up with which eatery is the number one choice. However, Caesar’s Bacchanal Buffet is always being ranked at or near the top of Las Vegas’s buffet list. Nine kitchens work constantly to keep the serving areas full of culinary delights, and with views of Garden of the Gods, this is a dining experience not to be missed. Also on site is Serendipity 3 of New York City fame, which overlooks the fountain of Caesars. Bring your vacation all together at Caesars Palace. Remember, no trip to Vegas is complete without a day or more at Caesars Palace.
3570 South Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, NV