Hotel Review – Las Vegas Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace is one of the few hotels on the strip that has a significant history, with construction beginning in 1962. The original hotel’s tower had 680 rooms, quite significant for the time, but today’s Caesars Palace features a whopping 3,348 rooms. Unlike many hotels from the same era, Caesars Palace has been able to remain current through many transformations and keeping up with the times. Their star performers are some of the best known in the world and their events are always changing with the time, drawing massive crowds. In addition the hotel has been able to keep up their commitment to luxury, making Caesars Palace one of the hotels on the Las Vegas strip that guest want to keep coming back to time and again.

Caesars Palace Hotel Room

Staying at Caesars Palace

As mentioned previously, the accommodations at Caesars Palace are very luxurious and are kept modern and inviting. Caesars Palace has several different categories of rooms to choose from. Each room has its own little draw, some come with in-room spas, separate suites, and even fantasy suites that have been featured in noted movies such as Rainman and The Hangover. And of course there are penthouse accommodations with amenities that are unbelievable and as extravagant as it comes.

Attractions at Caesars Palace

One of the most beautiful pools in all of Las Vegas is on the Caesars Palace property, the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. The collection of pools rub up against and melt into one another creating a unique layout with six major pools; the Apollo Pool, the Fortuna Pool, the Jupiter Pool, the Nepture Pool, the Temple Pool and the Venus Pool. Each pool is a little different but each features cabanas with luxurious amenities and sundecks for sunbathing. In addition to the incredible pools Caesars Palace also features the Neil Leifer Gallery with some of the most amazing and iconic photographs in sports history, this is a must for every sports fan. And speaking of sports, Caesars Palace is part of the Harrah’s Entertainment group and guests of their hotels get access to two of their golf courses, the Cascata or the Rio Secco.

Gaming at Caesars Palace

Like all of the hotels in Las Vegas, (at least the ones on the strip) Caesars Palace is packed to the gills with gaming options. More than 129,000 square feet of casino space attest to their dedication to gaming and you’ll find the traditional table games, slots, poker, keno and race & sports book. By using your Total Rewards card when you play you can earn comps that make even a loser feel like they’ve won something.

Shopping at Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace has three different ways to shop, you can head to their Forum Shops, the Appian Way Shops or shop the Caesars Luxury Collection Online. The Forum Shops are the premiere luxury retail destination with more than 160 boutiques and a number of specialty food shops and restaurants as well. By continuously adding space and updating the retail venues the Forum Shops have been able to maintain their hold on visitors with money to burn. The Appian Way Shops is tucked into an arcade and has a sense of calm that the other stores do not. The handful of luxury stores in this section of Caesars couldn’t feel more exclusive.

Dining at Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace is loaded with dining options from the casual fast food fare to an epicurean delight that will tempt even the most discriminating palate. Three of the restaurants in Caesars have earned Michelin Guide notations including Restaurant Guy Savoy with two stars and Baby Flay’s Mesa Grill and Bradley Ogden each earning one star. Bradley Ogden is also the only restaurant in Las Vegas to earn the James Beard Foundation’s Best New Restaurant of the Year award. In addition to the above listed restaurants there also is Rao’s, Payard  Patisserie & Bistro, Agustus Café and the Café Lago buffet which is nothing like any buffet you’ve seen anywhere else in the country.

Entertainment at Caesars Palace

As previously mentioned, Caesars Palace features some of the biggest names in entertainment. Their roster currently features Bette Midler’s The Showgirl Must Go On, Cher, and Jerry Seinfeld. Nowhere else will you find a lineup that is as incredible as this one, offering such noted performers. Turn this event into an extravagant night and combine your show tickets with a dinner package and it will be an evening that you’ll never forget.

Contact

Caesar’s Palace
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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