The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is home to the best entertainment including Adele, Garth Brooks, and Jerry Seinfeld.We are reader-supported. We may earn a small commission if you purchase through our links.
By Jeremy Koering
Updated November 25, 2023
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, it’s one of those places that just leaves you in awe. Right smack in the middle of Las Vegas, it’s a venue that’s seen some of the greatest performers of our time.
But I’ll tell you this – if you’re thinking about grabbing a beer or cocktails while you’re there, make sure you’ve got a good chunk of change. Last time I was there, a single beer set me back over $20.
Where is The Colosseum?
Caesars Palace Las Vegas is a veritable playground of indulgence where luxury and excitement collide. From dining at celebrity chef restaurants like Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen to witnessing mind-blowing shows like Absinthe, every moment here is designed to dazzle. And if shopping is your guilty pleasure, The Forum Shops won’t disappoint with their impressive array of high-end boutiques.
The Colosseum Las Vegas Seating Chart
The Colosseum in Las Vegas has a seating capacity of approximately 4,300 people across four levels. The mezzanine overhangs the 200 level.
In my experience, I haven’t had a bad view yet. I’ve been on the floor for Keith Urban and in the corner of section 202 for Morrisey.
I would recommend buying a ticket as close to the center as you can afford, but regardless of where your tickets are, you’ll have a great view and it will sound amazing.
Where is The Colosseum Las Veags?
Insider Tip: The Nobu Hotel elevators are very close to the entrance of The Colosseum. It’s the closet hotel tower to the venue.
If you’re planning on grabbing a bite before the show, Caesars Palace has a ton of great options. I would recommend Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, which sits within 100-feet of The Colosseum’s entrance.
Nearby Bars & Nightlife
Right next door to The Colosseum is Vanderpump Cocktail Garden. This is the perfect spot for a pre-show (or post-show) cocktail. Make sure to have a reservation.
If you want a more laid-back vibe, I’d recommend Stadia Bar which is near the food court. It’s one of my favorite bars at Caesars. They have a decent draft beer and whiskey selection.
If you want to gamble and drink after the show, stop by the new Galleria Bar.
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