Caesars Palace

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Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Roman-Empire themed hotel and casino in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
Caesars Palace is one of the most famed resorts in Las Vegas. Since opening in 1966, Caesars Palace has hosted the biggest events, celebrities, and gamblers in the world. To this day it is one of the best spots for entertainment, food, and nightlife.


Room Service
Fitness Center
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Wedding Services
Fees: Resort Fee, Parking Fee

Caesars Palace Shows

Some of the best shows and biggest headliners perform nightly at Caesars Palace.

Caesars Palace Restaurants

The feast never ends at Caesars. The renowned Bacchanal Buffet is one of the best buffets you’ll ever experience. Celebrity chefs are plentiful on the property with Gordon Ramsay’s Hells Kitchen and Pub & Grill, Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill, Restaurant Guy Savoy, Brian Malarkey’s Searsucker, and of course Nobu Restaurant. Additional options include Beijing Noodle No. 9, Old Homestead Steakhouse, Rao’s, MR CHOW, Pronto by Giada, and more. Plus, there are plenty of fast-casual options in the food court like The Halal Guys, Earl of Sandwich, and more.

7 Reasons We Love Caesars Palace

A Las Vegas mainstay, Caesars Palace is in the heart of The Strip. The property was designed so “anyone can be a Caesar” of their own.

On the casino floor, you will find all of the popular slots and table games. You can still play in the original casino pit from when Caesars opened in 1966. The casino now wraps around the entire property and features one of the best sportsbooks in the world.

Staying at Caesars is a treat. The rooms and suites are inspired by the Roman empire, dressed with stone accents, modern decor, and luxurious beds and furniture. If you’re worried about walking too much, ask for a room in the Augustus Tower.

There are a few properties in Las Vegas where nostalgia of the past meets modern luxury. Caesars is one of those places.

Sitting down at a bar, sliding a bill into the machine, and playing video poker or blackjack while watching the atmosphere around you is one of our favorite experiences. Plus, the complimentary drink service certainly doesn’t hurt.

Walking through the Forum Shops will give you a break from the desert heat. Not only are there great shops, but finding a meal or drink away from the casino action comes with ease.

Throughout the entire hotel and casino, Instagram moments are waiting to share with all your friends. From Roman statues and decor to fantastic looking food and drinks, you’ll find a selfie around every corner.

Things To Do at Caesars Palace

Some of the best shows and biggest headliners perform nightly at Caesars Palace. At The Coliseum, you can see acts like Mariah Carrey, Reba with Brooks & Dunn, Journey, Jerry Seinfeld, and many more. Just outside the lobby doors is one of the funniest, dirtiest, and entertaining shows, Absinthe, a variety show like no other.

You can keep the party going all night long at Omnia Nightclub, who hosts some of the world’s biggest DJs.

If clubs aren’t your thing, there are plenty of lounges, bars, and even a cigar lounge to keep you and your party entertained late into the night.

Caesars Palace Pool

Soak in the sun on a lounge chair, rent a cabana, or take a swim among the gods of ancient Rome. Dip into one of the best pools in the entire city.

The Garden of the Gods Pool at Caesars features seven different pools, each with their own identity.

From relaxing poolside, playing blackjack at the swim-up tables, or partying all-day with the live DJ, you can choose the experience that’s right for you.

The Forum Shops

The Forum Shops inside Caesars Palace has a wide variety of shopping choices. From popular everyday brands to high-end luxury, you’ll find what you’re looking for at The Forum Shops.

In addition to popular stores, the mall also features countless dining options. From quick bites to fine dining, you’ll find it here.

Final Thoughts on Caesars Palace Las Vegas

We recommend trying the $20 Trick. The readers of Front Desk Tip have had great success sliding a twenty between their ID and credit card at check-in. 91% received a complimentary room upgrade. Make your first $20 bet at check-in, roll the dice, and see what happens.

If you are after more luxury, check out the NOBU Hotel inside of Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.

Caesars Palace Address
3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Roman-Empire themed hotel and casino in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.

Absinthe is like your Variety Show getting drunk on Vodka Red Bull.