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Caesars Palace: All You Need to Know

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    Caesars Palace is the most iconic resort on the Las Vegas Strip. The world-famous destination is home to luxury rooms and suites, the incredible Garden Of The Gods Pool, award-winning restaurants, and a long list of entertainment options.

    You can book your room for $69/night! Book now and enjoy all that this luxurious hotel has to offer.

    There are many things to do at Caesars Palace, from seeing a show or enjoying one of their famous buffets. Stay in one of their spacious suites with breathtaking views of the Las Vegas skyline, or relax by the poolside cabanas while sipping cocktails under palm trees.

    The possibilities are endless when it comes to what you can do at Caesars Palace!

    In this guide, we’ll explore Caesars Palace hotel rooms, shows, restaurants, and things to do.

    What We Love About Caesars Palace

    • Caesars Palace is in the best location on The Strip, in the middle of the action, steps away from the world-famous Fountains of Bellagio.
    • There’s so much to do at Caesars Palace. Gambling, live entertainment, shopping, great food, cocktails, and more–you’ll never get bored!
    • The Garden Of The Gods Pool is one of the nicest pool complexes in Las Vegas, and the Caesars Palace pool is also a fantastic way to cool off during the summer.
    • Fantastic dining options at every price point. Celebrity chefs, fast-casual, and everything in between. Caesars offers fascinating culinary adventures in addition to serving top-notch food and drink.

    What To Expect At Caesars Palace

    • The casino at Caesars is so big there are different vibes and atmospheres throughout. There are laid-back slot areas and ruckus party-like gambling pits. Truly a place for every gambler.
    • Caesars is an expensive property, but you’ll enjoy a wide range of dining options. You should expect to spend anywhere from $10 to $100 per meal and at least $15 per cocktail.

    Caesars Palace Hotel Rooms & Suites

    Caesars Palace is one of the largest hotels in Las Vegas. With five towers, it offers various room types and amenities for every visitor’s needs: from simple rooms to high-end suites and luxurious villas.

    If you want to be close to The Strip and catch a view of the Bellagio Fountains, the Augustus Tower is your best option. Book a room or suite in the Augustus Tower, enjoy modern design, great views, and protect your feet from walking too much.

    If you’re going to gamble a lot at Caesars Palace, the Julius Tower elevators are in the casino. The tower is moderately priced and offers a wide variety of rooms and suites. You may catch a glimpse of The Strip with a view overlooking Caesars gardens at the Flamingo.

    Next to Augustus is the Octavius Tower. While you won’t catch as good of views, you’ll have a great room or suite with the elevator steps away from the Garden of the Gods pool. So if you want to lounge poolside a lot, book a room in the Octavius Tower.

    Nestled in the back of the resort is the Palace Tower. This tower gives you quick access to the Garden of the Gods pool and the convention center. These rooms and suites are great for visitors who don’t plan on leaving Caesars Palace. We recommend using the rideshare pickup in the self-parking garage if you go, as it’s closer than the main entrance.

    If you want to go shopping or be close to the live entertainment at The Colosseum, the Forum Tower is suitable for you. It’s the nearest tower to the Forum Shops, Colosseum, food court, and parking garage. These are great rooms and suites that may give you a view of The Strip.

    If you want something a little different from the Caesars Palace brand, but all the amenities Caesars Palace offers, check out Nobu Hotel. It’s a luxury hotel by chef Nobu Matsuhisainside inside Caesars Palace that offers lavish and stunning rooms and suites with spectacular views of The Strip.

    You’ll find every hotel amenity you need for the perfect vacation. The resort offers the stunning Garden of the Gods pool, a fitness center, a business center, concierge services, wifi, free parking, and more.

    The daily resort fee costs $45/night plus tax. Hotel guests receive complimentary self-parking. For short-term visitors, parking at Caesars Palace costs between $20 - $40 for valet parking and the Caesars Palace parking garage costs between $15 - $18 for self-parking.

    Caesars Palace Room Rate

    From $69/night

    Caesars Palace Resort Fee
    $45 Resort Fee

    Caesars Palace Check In/Out

    4:00 PM
    11:00 AM

    Caesars Palace Hotel Amenities

    Poker Room
    Room Service
    Fitness Center

    The Garden Of The Gods Pool Oasis

    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 Las Vegas has seven pools that 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.

    Restaurants at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

    The feast never stops at Caesars Palace. There are over 15 restaurants in Caesars Palace, with more options located through the Forum Shops mall.

    Bacchanal Buffet is not your average buffet. If you visit Caesars Palace, make sure to try the Bacchanal Buffet with its incredible selection of food.

    It’s a culinary adventure where you can explore dozens of cuisines and hundreds of perfectly prepared offerings from specialty chefs, with food being prepared right in front of guests at open kitchens. You’ll never go hungry!

    Caesars Palace Bacchanal Buffet
    Bacchanal Buffet (Caesars Entertainment)

    Nobu Restaurant at Caesars Palace is the ultimate destination for any food lover. It offers a menu that pleases every palate, with imported Asian and Japanese fish and seafood imports from all over the world.

    There’s also a unique selection of options available to those who are vegan or vegetarian, which includes everything from sushi to tofu dishes. At the same time, gluten-free diners will be happy knowing they can enjoy an entire spectrum of Nobu classics without worry when visiting this Las Vegas hotspot!

    Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen restaurant is turning up the heat in Las Vegas. With its impressive décor and innovative menu, guests will feel like they are on Gordon Ramsey’s hit reality show set while eating their way through his incredible cuisine creations at Caesars Palace.

    Gordon Ramsay (Caesars Entertainment)

    Amalfi is Bobby Flay’s take on the Amalfi Coast. He has been able to create a restaurant inspired by the area. Guests are transported through an enchanting mix of coastal ease and fresh, bright flavors as they explore what makes up his Caesars Palace restaurant in Las Vegas.

    When you’re looking to indulge in some traditional English fare, Gordon Ramsay’s Pub & Grill is the place for you. The celebrity chef serves up elevated versions of his signature dishes like fish and chips, beef wellington, and sticky toffee pudding.

    MR CHOW brings authentic Beijing cuisine to America with impeccable service. Beijing Noodle No. 9 offers a friendly, casual atmosphere while serving Northern Chinese cuisine that will please all eaters!

    MR CHOW at Caesars Palace
    MR CHOW (Caesars Entertainment)

    Old Homestead Steakhouse offers a taste of New York City steakhouse traditions in Las Vegas. If you’re on the hunt for an excellent Italian meatball, try Rao’s. It won’t disappoint.

    Restaurant Guy Savoy is a breathtakingly beautiful restaurant with an elegant French Cuisine menu. The ambiance of the classic dishes will transport you to Paris.

    If you need a quick bite for breakfast or lunch, the resort has a lot of choices! If you want something super tasty on the go, head over to Pronto by Giada or Brioche by Guy Savoy. Otherwise, there is Cafe Americano, Starbucks, Bobby’s Burgers, Earl of Sandwich, Smoke & Sizzle, Difara Pizza, Taco, The Halal Guys, and Crepes & More.

    Restaurant Guy Savoy (Caesars Entertainment)

    Caesars Palace Bars

    Vanderpump Cocktail Garden is the newest hotspot in town that features an extensive, hand-crafted cocktail menu and a selection of small bites. From here, you can start your night off just right with some great drinks or food before heading out to The Strip for more fun!

    Check out Vista Cocktail Lounge, Alto Bar, and the Spanish Steps Bar outside near Hell’s Kitchen if you’re looking for cocktails. There are a handful of casino bars, including the brand-new Stadia Bar.

    Vista Cocktail Lounge (Caesars Entertainment)

    Things To Do at Caesars Palace

    Not sure what to do at Caesars Palace? Well, they have something for everyone! Shows. Shopping. Restaurants. Gambling. You name it; you will find it. There are so many things to do at Caesars Palace, you’ll never get bored.

    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 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).
    The main room at Omnia Nightclub. (Caesars Entertainment)

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

    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.

    QUA Spa at Caesars Palace
    QUA Baths & Spa (Caesars Entertainment)

    Shows at Caesars Palace

    The most prominent musicians and performers play in the heart of The Strip at Caesars Palace.

    At The Caesars Palace Colosseum, you can sing along with your favorite artist as they perform their chart-topping singles. There is no shortage of live music and comedy at The Colosseum, with current residencies featuring Usher, Keith Urban, Rod Stewart, Sting, Jerry Seinfeld, and more.

    The Colosseum live entertainment venue. (Caesars Entertainment)

    The best show in Las Vegas is Absinthe, a wild and wacky theatre-in-the-round experience that features surreal acts that amaze audiences. Absinthe is an immersive theatrical performance involving outlandish and shocking comedy that you can’t find anywhere else. It’s sure to leave audiences amazed and shocked as the performers go above and beyond what you would expect from your average Vegas show.

    Tickets for Absinthe start at $139 and frequently sell-out, so buy your tickets online ahead of time!

    Gambling on the Caesars Palace Casino Floor

    Bet in style on the Caesars Palace casino floor. You’ll find a massive variety of slots, table games, and an incredible race and sportsbook at their sprawling Vegas casino.

    If the sounds of slot machines are your thing, then Caesars Palace has over 1300 slots machines in multiple denominations ranging from a penny to $500. You can also play reel-type slot machines, video reels, blackjack, and keno! You will find all of your favorite table games like Blackjack and Roulette, along with popular poker games like Pai Gow, Let It Ride, and more.

    The casino has an incredible sportsbook where you can win big on every big game. The Caesars Sportsbook is one of the best in town, with special events for all the big games. Next to The Colosseum is the renovated Poker Room offering cash games and tournaments every day. Join the Caesars Rewards players club to earn points and rewards.

    Caesars Palace Sportsbook
    Caesars Palace Sportsbook (Caesars Entertainment)

    Frequently Asked About Caesars Palace

    Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about Caesars Palace:

    Vacation Like A Caesar for $69/night

    At Caesars Palace, you can live like an emperor.

    Are you looking for a great hotel on The Strip?

    Caesars Palace is the best location on The Strip. They offer so much to do, from gambling to live entertainment and more. You’ll find everything you need at the luxury resort.

    The Garden of the Gods Pool is one of the most beautiful pools in Las Vegas!

    Experience all that Caesars Palace has to offer! You won’t regret it!

    Book your room right now.

    Caesars Palace Las Vegas
    Caesars Palace Las Vegas (Caesars Entertainment)

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