Las Vegas and its glamorous casinos attract millions of visitors each year because the city’s unique collection of hotels and resorts range from budget-friendly to lavish.
The city is also not afraid to display a wide variety of themes, themes like Roman royalty which you can find in Caesars Palace.
Legendary and grand, Caesars Palace is a magnificent hotel and casino located on the Strip. The casino resort is one of the oldest hotels in the city and the home of beautiful villas, gourmet dining and extravagant shows.
Caesars Palace sets the standard for impeccable service, luxury accommodations and plush Las Vegas excitement in an ancient Roman setting.
Boasting six huge room towers — Augustus, Nobu, Roman, Palace, Octavius, and Forum, with 3,960 rooms, Caesars Palace is the father of Vegas elegance.
From the moment you walk on the property, you will know that you have entered one of the most prestigious resort in the world. The rooms in Caesars Palace are not just spacious and lavish, but they are equipped with some of the most modern amenities that takes pampering to a new level.
The resort’s cheapest rooms are around 350 square feet and are located in the Forum Tower. These rooms are nicely appointed and decked out with plush bedding, refreshing showers and modern touches like WiFi, iPod docking and flat-screen TVs.
The rooms in the Augustus and Octavius towers are called The Laurel Collection and these accommodations offer extensive amenities, including a private valet entrance, an exclusive registration desk, direct access to the Garden of the Gods pool and a dedicated service staff.
The Laurel Collection also boasts oversized whirlpool tubs and separate showers.
Caesars Palace has a range of luxury suites that are nestled throughout the towers. These suites are both elegant, comforting and measures over 1000 square feet.
The suites have sleek furnishings, pillow top bedding, minibars, casual living areas, ample space for entertaining and beautiful marble bathrooms. The Augustus Tower is where you can experience the suite life in either the Senators Suite or the Spa Suite.
Both of these suites are well equipped and will let you enjoy either your very own spa getaway or work, meet and entertain in comfort.
The multi-faceted resort offers its guests a range of spectacular attractions and facilities to make their stay more rewarding.For the ultimate party seeker, there are lots of hot nightspots at the resort.
Caesars Palace has one of the best nightlife scenes in town due to the high-end clientele that it caters to. At the resort you will find the elegant lounge and bar, Fizz Las Vegas, which serves high-end Champagnes and delicate eats like caviar.
The impressive Las Vegas lounge, Shadow bar has a sensual and seductive ambiance and features sexy silhouetted dancers to keep the energy going. If you are looking for something a bit more subdued, unwind with specialty martinis at the elevated casino bar, Seahorse Lounge.
After all that dancing, you can visit Caesars Qua Baths & Spa for a spa experience like no other. This 50,000-square-foot spa is one of the finest spa destinations and it features Roman baths, salt glows and an Arctic Ice room with falling snow.
The spa also provides a range of relaxing body treatments and amenities, including the Hawaiian Lomi-Lomi and Mystic Journey.
A part of the resort’s unique offerings is the beautiful five-acre Garden of the Gods pool. Boasting eight refreshing pools this sprawling area provides something for everyone and it’s easy to get lost in this little piece of paradise.
For the kids there is the huge Temple pool with its central fountains for kids to splash around. For adults, Venus Pool Club will let you take your pool partying to another level with its cabanas, oversized chaise lounges, occasional live performances and air-conditioned bars with flat screen TVs.
For a bit of shopping, the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace has more than enough for you to get lost for a day. The 636,000-square-foot shopping mall has the best selection of shops in Vegas and features over two hundred and fifty mid-range and luxury gourmet restaurants, bars and high-end boutiques, including Calvin Klein, Gucci, Fendi, Louis Vuitton and Versace.
The resort features a 4,296-seat entertainment venue, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace which hosts performances by numerous artists including Celine Dion. There are also several picturesque fountains and monuments throughout the premises, including the impressive statue of Caesar at the front of the property.
Food and Drink
The incredible list of dining options that are available at the resort would be more than enough to please Caesar himself.
From celebrity-owned restaurants chefs such as Bradley Ogden, Gordon Ramsay and Guy Savoy to the upscale dining and casual fare, it is fair to say Caesars Palace has the finest in Las Vegas restaurants.
Relax at the highly acclaimed Nobu and enjoy a menu that is sure to please the most sophisticated of palates. Bobby Flay’s Southwestern-themed Mesa Grill serves tongue-tingling dishes and cocktail menu with several signature drinks such as the perfectly mixed Mesa Grill Margarita.
Beijing Noodle No.9, Old Homestead Steakhouse, Rao’s, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill and Bacchanal Buffet are some of the resorts other notable restaurants.
For a real treat, take a trip to the legendary 129,000-square-foot casino. The resort’s casino is designed to suit the tastes of both high-rollers and those with little cash to spend. The luxurious surroundings and around-the-clock action are trademarks of this gaming Empire.
The casino will challenge your every skill with its range of games inclusive of poker, slots, Spanish 21, mini-baccarat and roulette. The casino has its own race and sports book as well as the latest video and live games.
Caesars Palace is one of the few casinos to offer a private tournament area. The resort’s private, non-smoking enclave off the casino floor is the largest poker room in the city and features 29 live tables in the main area.
Palace Court Casino is a semi-private gaming area for real high rollers as well as the Palace Casino, which features the resort’s high-limit slots machines. At the casino, you will also be treated like royalty with tableside food service and massages.
A Final Word
The impeccable service and attention to detail is what really sells Caesars Palace. This luxurious resort and casino indulges its clientele with gracious service, lavish rooms and luxury that beckons at every turn.
When you want a place that defines what “doing Vegas” is all about, Caesars Palace will let you submerge yourself in an incredible world of opulence and splendor with superb shopping, extravagant entertainment, delicious dining, exclusive attractions and an energetic nightlife to round out your regal experience.