his luxury hotel has been a landmark on the Las Vegas Strip for over 50 years. Numerous appearances in films and on TV, together with world-class facilities and entertainment, have cemented its reputation as a resort of renowned excellence. Roman-inspired opulence, incredible amenities and impeccable service combine to make Caesars Palace an exemplary five-star hotel. From its sumptuous suites and lavish spa, to its high-end shopping street and astounding array of restaurants – Caesars exudes luxury.
The hotel is situated on the west side of the Las Vegas Strip between the Bellagio and the Mirage. Hop on one of the Deuce buses right outside the hotel and cruise along the Strip as far as Fremont Street. Due to its enviable central location on the Strip there are plenty of things to do within easy walking distance. Check out the Bellagio Fountains, the Bellagio Conservatory and the Mirage Volcano for starters. Visit the Brahma Shrine near the Absinthe Show Tent for good luck. Catch a show at the Flamingo, such as the comic magic extravaganza Piff the Magic Dragon, then take in a free show at Harrah’s. Both the Big Elvis Show and the Duelling Pianos are well worth seeing here and have no cover charge. Explore the Linq Promenade directly across the street. This outdoor pedestrian shopping mall offers a wealth of shopping, dining and drinking options. Get your blood pumping with a trip to the High Roller or FlyLinq Zipline. Elsewhere in Vegas check out the Mob Museum, the National Atomic Testing Museum and the outdoor Neon Museum, to name just a handful of cultural highlights. Caesars Palace is just nine miles from the Harry Reid International Airport.
Located in six distinct towers, this superb hotel offers 4,000 guest rooms. Upgrade and enjoy Palace Tower rooms, featuring pillowtop beds, spa bathtubs, dual sinks, a 49-inch LED flat-screen TV, CD player, MP3 charging station, coffee maker and hairdryer. Many rooms offer views of the Strip or beautiful pool. Public areas are adorned with huge Greco-Roman statues, frescoes, mosaics and murals. There’s a high kitsch factor of course but the hotel still retains a contemporary feel.
The Augustus Tower is an excellent option if you want to be close to the Strip and catch a view of the Bellagio Fountains. The Julius Tower offers a wide variety of rooms and suites and is moderately priced. The Augustus Tower is located near the casino, so it’s easy to get around Caesars Palace. The Forum Tower is a great choice for those looking to be close to the action at The Colosseum and The Forum Shops. The Octavius Tower has a luxury boutique hotel feel, while The Nobu Tower is home to the world’s first Nobu hotel – with Japanese-style décor and a distinct atmosphere you’ll feel a world away from Vegas.
3570 LAS VEGAS BLVD
Normal Check-in: 16:00
Normal Check-out: 11:00
0.1 mi / 0.2 km from city centre
- Laundry/Valet service
- Exercise gym
- 24-hour front desk
- Currency exchange
- 7 Pool
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Air conditioning
- Shops and commercial services
- 24-hour food & beverage kiosk
- Safe deposit box
With the abundance of first-class facilities on offer, you need never leave your hotel. Recline on your day bed by a choice of eight pools, at the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. Play swim-up blackjack or unwind in your private cabana while your attentive waiter brings you refreshments.
Treat yourself to luxury retail therapy and indulge in fine dining at Caesars’ exclusive shopping destination, The Forum Shops. Or try your luck in the world-famous casino. Maintaining a regular fitness routine while traveling is easy at Caesars. Present your room key for access to this state-of-the-art Fitness Center and enjoy a workout overseen by friendly staff.
Alternatively, let Roman-inspired treatments soothe and revitalise you at the award-winning Qua Baths & Spa. Envelop yourself in Qua’s sprawling, 50,000 square-foot spa grounds that include a Laconium Room. With its retreat-like feel, unmatched amenities, and a more holistic approach to spa-going the experience at Qua is an all-encompassing ride to relaxation. The three Roman baths that harness the healing powers of water will leave you feeling refreshed and renewed. Surround yourself with beauty and peace as you bathe as the Romans did. The only one of its kind in the world, the Arctic Ice Room is a truly unique spa experience. Absorb the magic of cold air while watching the snow fall. If your body is craving the detox relief of sweating out some Vegas, the Laconium Room is perfect. A gentle heat radiates from every direction and the humidity nurtures dry skin.
After dinner take in a spectacular show at the Colosseum. Elton John, Mariah Carey, Rod Stewart and Celine Dion are among the superstar acts to have headlined at this 4,300-seat, premier concert venue. Then if you have the energy, party into the night at the high-octane, multi-level nightclub OMNIA, where world-class DJs such as Martin Garrix, Alesso and Steve Aoki man the decks.
here’s a gamut of tantalising dining options to tempt you at Caesars Palace. Try Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen. Inspired by Gordon Ramsay’s hit TV series “Hell’s Kitchen,” it includes inventive dishes such as Beef Wellington, Lobster Risotto, Eggs in Purgatory and cocktails curated by Gordon himself. Alternatively try his more casual outpost Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill. This revolves around a neighbourhood pub concept, with authentic English dishes like shepherd’s pie and fish and chips.
Another celebrity chef option is Pronto by Giada. Here the celebrated chef, author and television personality, Giada De Laurentiis offers signature Italian fare with Californian influences, in a fast, casual format. At the Mesa Grill celebrity chef Bobby Flay brings Southwestern grill food and speciality margaritas, while his latest venture Amalfi transports guests to the Mediterranean with its enchanting blend of coastal ease and fresh, bright flavours. Meanwhile Nobu Restaurant Las Vegas is not to be missed. Here the celebrated chef Nobu Matsuhisa brings his incredible food to this social, popular restaurant. It’s the only one in the US to have Teppan tables. Similarly upmarket is Restaurant Guy Savoy. Frequently cited as the best restaurant in Las Vegas, here you can enjoy elegant French food in a fine dining setting. Hankering after some brioche? Head to Brioche by Guy Savoy. The sweet and savoury pastries and brioches from here are world renowned.
There are restaurants serving a range of specialty cuisine from many different parts of the globe. Try Beijing Noodle No. 9 for authentic Chinese cuisine in a casual setting, or drop into Mr Chow for world-famous food inspired by the eateries of Beijing, alongside stunning architecture, personal service and views. Alternatively try Rao's Las Vegas which serves up simple, honest Italian food, voted one of the city's best Italian joints.
A little closer to home is the Old Homestead Steakhouse Las Vegas. This offers fine dining, inspired by one of New York's most historic restaurants, followed by Searsucker Las Vegas which specialises in social dining with New American cuisine. Not forgetting Cafe Americano, which is open all day every day, it serves spicy takes on American comfort food alongside some tempting Latin dishes too.
Fancy something more casual? Dive into the Bacchanal Buffet to enjoy nine open kitchens featuring tastes from around the world, offering literally hundreds of options. Finally, there’s the Forum Food Court with quick-serve dining options to choose from for those on the go. Then there’s room service. These in-room dining events are pulled from an extensive menu for every budget. If you just want a quick coffee and a muffin you’ll find two Starbucks on site to choose from.
The Vanderpump Cocktail Garden is the latest hotspot in town that features an extensive, hand-crafted cocktail menu and a selection of small bites. If you’re a cigar enthusiast then head to the Montecristo Cigar Bar, offering a wide selection of cigars, alongside fine whiskeys and light bites.
Self-parking and valet parking is available at a charge (payable locally). Fees vary by length of time parked.
A compulsory resort fee is payable locally and includes the following; Fitness Center admission for two per day, in-room internet access daily for two devices and all local calls. (All inclusions may be subject to change).
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