Caesars Palace

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Caesars Palace Las Vegas
$45 Resort Fee
Free Self Parking for Guests
Check-In/Out
4:00 PM
11:00 AM
Parking
Up to $18/Day
Address
3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Pool
Restaurants
Casino
Sportsbook
Shopping
Shows
Nightclub
Dayclub
Spa
Room Service
Fitness Center
Business Center
Weddings

Caesars Palace Pool

Choose your own experience at The Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. One of the best pools in Las Vegas, you can swim, sunbathe, gamble, or lounge in the lavish grounds donned with Roman architecture.

Caesars Palace Neptune Pool
The Neptune Pool at Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace Las Vegas has seven pools offer distinct experiences for every mood:

  • Temple Pool is features statues and waterfalls where you can relax and unwind. 
  • Neptune Pool is energetic, fun, and full of excitement that keeps the party going all day. It is the largest pool.
  • Apollo Pool is a casual atmosphere, perfect for sunbathers and sipping cocktails.
  • Jupiter Pool is a kid-friendly pool that is secluded, perfect for families of all ages.
  • Fortuna Pool is a summer oasis that offers swim-up blackjack tables and quick access to Fortuna Bar.
  • Bacchus Pool is exclusive for invited guests and celebrities, making it the perfect escape for VIPs.
  • Venus Pool + Lounge is an adults-only experience that offers a day club setting.

The pool is free for guests of Caesars Palace and Nobu Hotel.

Who is playing at Caesars Palace Las Vegas?

At The Colosseum, you can see superstars like Usher, Sting, Morrisey, and Keith Urban. The 4,296 seat theater also hosts popular comedians Jerry Seinfeld and Jeff Dunham.

At Cleopatra’s Barge, you can watch Vegas legend, Wayne Newton. 

Outside the lobby doors in the circus tent, you can see one of the raunchiest, funniest shows in Las Vegas, Absinthe.

What restaurants are at Caesars Palace?

The feast never stops at Caesars Palace. The resort has over 15 restaurants in the hotel, with more options located throughout the Forum Shops. Popular eats include the Bacchanal Buffet, Gordon Ramsay’s Hells Kitchen and Pub & Grill, Restaurant Guy Savoy, Brian Malarkey’s Searsucker, and of course Nobu Restaurant.

Omnia Nightclub Las Vegas

Omnia Nightclub Las Vegas features the world’s biggest resident DJs like Calvin Harris, Zedd, and Steve Aoki under the world-famous chandelier. Omnia offers an opulent, classic design with modern technology for an interactive nightlife experience unlike any other in Las Vegas.

Omnia Main Room at Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Omnia Main Room at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Omnia offers guests have three different experiences:

  • Omnia’s Main Room features an expansive dance floor underneath a gigantic kinetic LED chandelier that ascends, descends, morphs, and transforms to the beat of the night.
  • Heart of Omnia is a seductive ultra-lounge with warm tones of sleek wood and crocodile-embossed leather, creating an intimate club experience within Omnia.
  • The Terrace overlooks the action of The Strip. The outdoor space transports guests to the open-air to dance under the stars.

Caesars Palace Las Vegas guests may receive complimentary entry with a room key on Thursdays and Sundays (subject to availability).

What to do at Caesars Palace Las Vegas?

Caesars Palace has something for everyone. Shows. Shopping. Restaurants. Gambling. You name it; Caesars has it. You wouldn’t get bored if you never left Caesars Palace.

Caesars Palace offers a massive gaming floor with all your favorite slots, video poker, and table games if you’re into gambling. They also have one of the biggest sportsbooks in Las Vegas.

If you’re looking for cocktails, check out Vanderpump Cocktail Garden, Vista Cocktail Lounge, and Alto Bar. Head outside and enjoy a cold one in the desert air at the Spanish Steps bar next to Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen.

For the cigar aficionado, check out Montecristo Cigar Bar, which offers a notable cigar selection, fine whiskeys, and small bites in a laid-back contemporary setting.

Montecristo Cigar Bar at Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Montecristo Cigar Bar at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

If you want shopping check out The Forum Shops. A large shopping mall with 157 stores at various price points–from Louis Vuitton to H&M. Plus, The Forum Shops offers many restaurants, bars, and quick bites.

Find a place of sanctuary and renewal at Qua Baths & Spas. Qua provides guests with a retreat-like feel, unmatched amenities, and a more holistic spa approach. The spa features a one-of-a-kind snowing Arctic Ice Room along with Roman-style baths capturing a unique spa experience.

Which tower at Caesars Palace is the best?

There are six towers at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, all with their own pros and cons. If you want luxury, stay at Nobu Hotel. If you want a view try the Augustus Tower. If you need to save some money stay at the Forum Tower. If you want to be close to the pool go to Octavious Towers or Palace Towers.

In total, Caesars Palace Las Vegas features nearly 4,000 rooms and suites. Choosing the best tower for you depends on what experience you want to have. 

Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Nobu Hotel is a totally different luxury experience. We have a profile dedicated to Nobu Hotel because it offers guests a lot. 

The Augustus Tower is the closest to The Strip and if you get a south-facing room, you may catch a glimpse of the Bellagio Fountains

The Octavius Tower adjacent to Augustus, while it has nice rooms, it’s quite a hike from the main entrance. However, Octavius is right next to the Garden of the Gods. 

Speaking of the pool, the Palace Tower is also right by the Garden of the Gods and is in the middle of the resort. Which makes Palace Tower the perfect place for guests who don’t want to leave Caesars.

The Forum Tower is the most affordable, it’s in the north corner of the property and gives guests quick access to self-parking and The Forum Shops.

What hotels are near Caesars Palace?

One of the best things about Caesars Palace Las Vegas is its location. On the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo, Caesars Palace is in the heart of The Strip. Across the street to the south is Bellagio and the iconic Bellagio Fountains, to the east is the Flamingo, The Cromwell, and The LINQ, and next door to the north is The Mirage

Caesars Palace is the best location for guests wanting a lot of options without having to pay for a cab or rideshare. 

Is parking free at Caesars Palace?

For hotel guests self-parking at Caesars Palace Las Vegas is free. For non-hotel guests, there is a parking fee. However, if you are a Nevada resident or have Platinum status (or higher) with Caesars Rewards, then self-parking is free.

Does the $20 Trick work at Caesars Palace?

Yes! Our friends at 20dollartrick.com say the $20 Trick works quite well at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, in fact. About nine out of ten people share success stories when using the $20 Trick at Caesars Palace.

How does the $20 Trick work at Caesars Palace?

It’s simple. Put a $20 bill between your credit card and ID and hand it to your front desk clerk at check-in. Ask the clerk if there are any complimentary room upgrades available and see if it works. We also recommend trying it out. If it doesn’t work, you’re only out $20 and you’ve made a front desk clerk’s day with a nice tip.

Plus $45 Resort Fee