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Caesars Palace

Inspired by the architecture and atmosphere of Ancient Rome and the glory days of Greece, Caesars Palace Las Vegas is among the most luxurious in the city and should be part of any visitation itinerary.


Explore this incredible complex of entertainment, gastronomy, luxury and opulence. In the casino resort category, Caesars is the flagship of the chain Caesars Entertainment Corporation.

Inaugurated on August 5, 1966 after four years of construction, this mega-resort has undergone several expansion and modernization projects. Today, the property covers an area of 28,000 square meters and its highlight is the famous Colosseum with 4.300 seats where Celine Dion presents her show. Other attractions include a life-size reproduction of Michelangelo’s David, the floating dance floor at Cleopatra’s Barge, the six pools at the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis and Forum Shops at Caesars which reproduces a Roman villa in ancient times. Another focus is the Palace Pool, which contains a traffic circle with a special-sized golden statue of Caesar.


Located in the heart of the famous Las Vegas Strip, between the Bellagio and the Mirage, the Caesars Palace has 3,348 rooms divided into five towers: Augustus, Forum, Octavius, Palace andRoman. Guests and visitors can enjoy numerous restaurants, a huge outdoor area dedicated to swimming pools and gardens and a grandiose spa, the “Wed” – which has 51 rooms with the most varied treatments for those who want to relax and/or take care of themselves.

In yet another exclusive project, the Caesars Palace inaugurated the Hotel Nobu on February 4, 2013 after a complete renovation of the old Centurian Tower. Following the boutique hotel trend, the Nobu has as its main differential, in addition to the characteristic refinement of the Caesars brand, a touch of personalized elegance with privileges and services premium.


Shuttle – Shuttle service to all the properties in the same chain: Bally’s, Harrah’s, Rio and Paris. This service is offered for a fee.

Monotrilho (Monorail) – The Las Vegas Monorail connects several casinos at a very affordable price. Tickets can be purchased directly at the monorail service counters (Customer Service Booths), at the e-TICKET Kiosks, or in advance via the Las Vegas Monorail website. To take the Monorail, Caesars guests must go to the Flamingo Hotel and walk through the main lobby towards the parking garage to get to the Monorail. Flamingo/Caesars Palace Monorail Station. The stops along the way are: Sahara, LVH (Las Vegas Hilton), Convention Center, Harrah’s, The Quad, Bally’s and MGM Grand.


The Roman Empire is at your fingertips at Caesars Palace. The collection of rooms and suites ranges from the unsurpassed level of elegance and luxury of the Laurel Collection to the special touches that make the difference in the suites of the Legacy Collection and the collection of Delux King, Queen and Premium rooms with equally impeccable service.

Hotel rating: 4.5 stars.
Minimum check-in age: 21 years old.
Check-in at 16:00 and check-out at 11:00


At Caesars Palace guests will find all the services and facilities they would expect from one of the best hotels in the world. But it’s worth noting that services depend on the type of reservation and not all services are completely free.

Inside the room: Daily cleaning, telephone and desk, alarm clock, wake-up service (wake up service), electronic locks, safe, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, bathtub, radio, cable TV, remote control, pay-per-view, fridge/minibar, data port, internet, safe and in-room meal service (room service).

On the hotel premises: 5 floors of free parking, valet parking, luggage service, concierge, express check-in and check-out desk, stores, newsstand, currency exchange, ATMs, safe deposit boxes, laundry, dry cleaning, shoeshine, security, doctors on call, disabled access, tour assistants, concierge, multilingual staff.

Health and beauty: full-service health spa, gym, barbershop, beauty salon.

Leisure and entertainment: casinos, arcades (arcade/game room), bars, lounges, restaurants, shows, nightclubs, outdoor pools with poolside bar and swim-up bar.

Blackjack table built into the pool

Business Center: a full-service business center offering cell phone rental, computers, internet access, meeting, conference and convention rooms, audiovisual equipment, etc., technology helpdesk.

Special occasions: ballrooms, catering for events, banquet facilities, ceremonies and weddings.

Accessibility: facilities with easy access for the disabled and people in wheelchairs.

Babysitting: daycare and babysitting services are not listed as available, but there is a recommendation system that can be requested through the hotel concierge.


Casinos – Guests and visitors to the Caesars Palace has more than 11,984 m² of gaming space in three casinos: the Palace Court Casino, the Pussycat Dolls Casino and the Olympic Casino has a choice of table games including roulette, blackjack, craps, baccarat, pai gow, six-card poker and a wide variety of slots and video poker machines to test your luck.

Sports Book – Nevada is one of the four American states that allows the practice of bookmaking. Sports Book is the name given to the establishment where you can bet on various sports competitions, including golf, soccer, basketball, baseball, field hockey, horse racing, boxing and martial arts. The Caesars Palace has a Sports Book with 250 seats, 18 screens and 140 monitors scattered around the casino. There is also a Race Book with 65 private booths, TVs and screens of various sizes in different locations showing horse races from all over the world simultaneously.
Poker RoomCaesars has the largest poker room on the Strip with almost 800 square meters and a tournament room next door with 62 tables for 24 hours of action. This casino is the exclusive venue of the Circuit WSOP, the NBC Heads-Up Poker Championship and the fall classic tournament series.


This card allows frequent players to be rewarded with amenities (comps) such as concert tickets, free stay and meals, discounts, offers and special prices in stores. It’s a kind of players club or loyalty program – a system designed to thank players for their loyalty. Joining the program is free and the card can be used in all the family’s hotels Caesars: Harrah’s, Horseshoe, Bally’s, The Flamingo, The Quad, Paris, Planet Hollywood, Rio, Nobu.


Outside the hotel – A spectacle of Roman-style cypress trees, palm trees, marble columns and classical statues provide an excellent backdrop for photos.

The Rise and Fall of Atlantis Show – This duel of the mythological gods Bacchus, Venus, Apollo and Pluto happens in Festival Fountain near the restaurant Cheesecake Factory. It’s a show with animatronic characters, water, fire, lightning, thunder, special effects and neon lights, with the main figure being the statue of Bacchus, the god of wine in Roman mythology. Perfect for all ages, this show is for those who want to explore the mystique and legend of the Fall of Atlantis. Duration: 10 minutes. Hours: from 10am, all day at the stroke of every hour. (More information here)

Music and dance shows – At certain times throughout the day, a square in the Forum Shops becomes a stage for music and dance shows that delight everyone in the family.

The Aquarium – This beautiful 50,000-liter saltwater aquarium is recommended for people of all ages. Watch a diver feeding the fish every day at 1:15pm and 5:15pm.

Living characters – Walking through the Forum Shops tourists come across human statues, gladiators, Cleopatra look-alikes, characters from the Roman Empire and beauties dressed in togas who wander the streets and, for a small tip (optional), offer the opportunity to pose for photos.

Exotic Cars at Caesars Palace – The 2,400 square meters of this exhibition, which is divided into two floors, is a must for lovers of exotic cars such as Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Bentleys and many others. This space is not just for visitors: many of those who go there end up buying! Those who don’t have their checkbooks with them can enjoy and even sit inside the cars to take photos.
Race for Atlantis – This fun is offered by IMAX 3-D, a third-dimensional simulator located in the Forum Shops.
LeRoy Neiman “Gallery” – An exhibition of works by the best artist in the world of sports on the walls of the poker room of the Caesars Palace.
Neil Leifer Gallery – Located on the same level as the Augustus Tower, here you can see and buy the photographic works that Neil Leifer made for the Time Magazine. Considered by many to be the most famous sports photographer, this gallery highlights several award-winning works and displays memorable photos of important moments in the world of sports.


The Forum Shops – Under an artificial sky whose luminosity varies from morning to night, this mall depicts an ancient Roman neighborhood. Known as “The Shopping Wonder of the World”, o Forum Shops recently received the addition of 16,258 m² of space, expanding and connecting the complex to the Las Vegas Strip.


The Forum Shops is not only a shopping destination but also a must-visit place for the many free attractions it offers. There are around 160 stores of the biggest names in fashion, some of which are: Anthropologie – Balenciaga – Burberry – Cartier – Christian Dior – Christian Louboutin – David Yurman – Fendi – Fresh – Gucci – H&M – Hublot – Kate Spade – Louis Vuitton – Marc by Marc Jacobs – Michael Kors – Salvatore Ferragamo – Stuart Weitzman – Tiffany & Co – Tumi – Valentino – Gianni Versace – Dolce and Gabbana.

In the Forum Shops there is a fantastic curving escalator that is well worth a look.

The Appian Way – Located in a quiet shopping arcade, this is an additional mall to the Forum Shops. Smaller in size, with a total of 20 stores, this mall is graced by a life-size replica of the Michelangelo’s David. There, visitors can choose art, jewelry, gifts and items with the Caesars logo.



Absinthe – Presented on the set of Spiegeltent – an outdoor tent in the style of the wooden circus tents of a century ago – specifically this one is decorated with stained glass and velvet. Spiegeltent is the perfect venue for this show aimed at an adult audience. Spend moments of sexy and sensual entertainment in this show that is part risqué/burlesque/vaudeville cabaret and part nouveau circus. Deliciously wild, shocking (for defying death with superhuman skill) and at the same time unexpectedly hilarious.

A New Day – From Wednesday to Sunday, the huge Colosseum theater is the home of Celine Dion’s shows A New Day. Her phenomenal talent as a singer combined with her magnificent orchestra, dancing and high-tech special effects guarantee a packed house every night.


The Million Dollar Piano – This is the Elton John show that occupies the Colosseum when Celine Dion is on vacation. Elton John fans can take the opportunity to visit The Elton John Store at the Forum Shops.
Short-season shows – Other internationally famous artists, comedians and celebrities who occasionally perform on the Colosseum stage include Jerry Seinfeld, Cher, Luis Miguel, Matt Goss, Rod Stewart, Shania Twain, Mariah Carey and Bete Midler.
As for gastronomy, this casino is home to some of the biggest names. There are many high-quality restaurants, overseen by award-winning international chefs. Here is a complete list of the restaurants at Caesars Palace – Las Vegas.
Cleopatra’s Barge – Considered an icon in Las Vegas, this bar and lounge is an ornate replica of the vessel that transported Egypt’s royalty along the River Nile. Enjoy live music and DJs and try your hand at dancing on a dance floor built inside a floating barge.
Shadow Bar – Have fun with juggling waiters preparing cocktails, while silhouettes of topless dancers are visualized behind screens flanking the bar.
Seahorse Lounge – A stunning lounge serving specialty martinis and more than 20 varieties of champagne.
Numb Bar & Frozen Cocktails – Discover Numb Bar’s frozen drinks with a robust alcoholic flavor, made with quality ingredients.
Galleria Bar – This classic lounge is open 24 hours a day in the heart of Caesars Palace, with live music in classic style and a contemporary twist.
Spanish Steps – Like the original 1725 Roman landmark known as “The Spanish Steps”, Caesars Palace’s Spanish Steps bar is a lively meeting place in an open-air market setting. Access to this attraction is via the Las Vegas Strip.
PURE Nightclub – This two-story nightclub with incredible views and sexy style boasts several meeting places: a 1300 m² outdoor patio with waterfalls, fire walls and views of the Strip, a VIP lounge, dance floor and live DJs. PURE Nightclub at Caesars Palace sets new standards for Las Vegas nightlife.
Important! Just as is required in casino areas, the minimum age for lounges, bars and nightclubs in Las Vegas is 21.
The Caesars Palace offers everything needed for events and business for companies in the industrial, commercial and service sectors.
With 3 ballrooms (the Colosseum Ballroom, the Caesars Ballroom, and the Palace Tower) and smaller meeting rooms, participants have more than 22,297 m² of conference space, audiovisual equipment and specialized technical staff. Caesars Palace is perfectly suited to making any event a complete success. Customers will find a business center with unparalleled services.
Why get married in a chapel when you can have a palace? True to Caesars Palace tradition, the wedding service provides attention, assistance and a perfect venue for an unforgettable wedding. The bride and groom can choose from a variety of packages or customize the service to have the wedding they’ve always dreamed of.
Film productions such as Rain Man (1988), Iron Man (2008), Hangover (2009) and many others have already filled the halls of Caesars Palace.
The Caesars Palace has served as a venue for many daring acts (stunts) since its creation. In 1967, a year after it was built, the famous wrecker Evel Knievel tried to jump over the famous fountain on his motorcycle. The stunt was unsuccessful and the serious accident left Knievel in a coma for several days. In 1989, his son Robbie Knievel successfully completed the feat.
During the first expansion of the Caesars Palace in 1969, a time capsule was buried at the construction site but the capsule was stolen a few days later.
When disembarking at McCarren Airport look for the Caesars Palace near baggage carousel number 1. Guests arriving at the airport can take the check-in of the hotel while they wait for their luggage. The check-in can also be done for these other hotels: Bally’s, Paris Las Vegas, and Flamingo.
When you book your hotel, find out if you will be charged extra or resort fees.

The rooms in many hotels have data port, which allows connection to the Internet via cable modem or high-speed DSL.

Service charges and local taxes are usually charged separately. Get detailed information when you make your reservation or during check-in.

3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South – Las Vegas, NV – 89109 Tel: (866) 227-5938
7,4 km
3,7 km

Text: Shirlei Reyes

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