A fixture on the Las Vegas Strip since 1966, Caesars Palace boasts the 4,100-seat Colosseum featuring performances by major headliners, the Forum shops and restaurants under a stunning ceiling painted to resemble the sky, and the lavish 4.5 acre Garden of the Gods five-pool oasis. Inspired by the grandeur of the Roman Empire, guests will find architectural details such as Roman pillars and statues at every turn, as well as buff gladiators happy to pose for pictures.
The Caesars Palace casino spans over 129,000 square-feet and features slots ranging from one cent to 500 dollar machines, dozens of table games, a keno lounge, race and sports book, and an 8,500-square-foot poker room. There are many entertainment options including the glamorous and often celebrity-laden PURE nightclub, as well as the floating lounge Cleopatra’s Barge and the exciting Shadow Bar with performances by silhouetted dancers.
With over 3,000 guestrooms in five towers, Caesars Palace offers guests spacious accommodations with amenities such as nightly turndown service and 24-hour room service. Guests can book a relaxing massage at the Qua Baths & Spa, which features 51 treatment rooms and an in-house tea sommelier that matches teas to treatments. Caesars also offers a variety of wedding packages for ceremonies in its elegant venues, and wedding coordinators to assist with event planning.
Browse through the Forum Shops, a not-to-be-missed shopping venue featuring more than 160 shops from Gap to Gianni Versace, while taking in fun free entertainment including the animatronics show Fall of Atlantis and the 50,000 gallon saltwater Atlantis Fish Aquarium. Caesars offers excellent dining options on-site including Michelin Star recipients such as Bobby Flay’s hugely popular Mesa Grill, the Restaurant Guy Savoy featuring signature dishes like artichoke and black truffle soup, and Bradley Ogden offering special prix fixe tasting menus.