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Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

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Located at the heart of Las Vegas, the famed Caesars Palace contains a casino and luxury hotel. The vast selection of table games includes blackjack, craps, roulette, Spanish 21, and, Pai gow poker. The luxury hotel treats its guests with a range of amenities, like on-demand food, drinks, and heated swimming pools. Visit the casino to appreciate the prestige and architecture of this opulent facility opened in 1966, which has hosted notable performers like Mariah Carey, Frank Sinatra, Cher, and Celine Dion. Caesars Palace is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Las Vegas Edition.
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  • One of the things we really had planned on doing was having dinner at the Bachannal Buffet. We went at 3:30 in the afternoon, only to find a 140 minute wait. Unfortunately, we had show tickets and cou...  more »
  • Like everything in this hotel, the Casino is sophisticated, but it's not the main attraction of the hotel. Best floor at The Forum Shops, see expensive stores and different without hurry, impressed with the living sculptures and ceiling that looks real and gives the impression of movement when you walk. The sources are disputed to the pictures because they are huge and amazing! There is also an art gallery with free admission and the visit is mandatory for those who like art. The marchand is very nice and talk to visitors without arrogance or pressure for the person to buy something. Is to enter and enjoy the art.
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  • Famous and imposing, today much bigger and with more towers, and Caesars is Las Vegas icons. It's wonderful on the outside and inside, with its huge columns similar to ancient Greece, came the wonderful casinos, numerous restaurants, shows, nightclub, and the most chic Mall with all the designer shops that exist. Without doubt, Miss a while and go visit this hotel.
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  • I have never stayed at Caesar's but I have attended many conferences in their conference spaces. If you are looking for gaming and night life, Caesar's is the place to be. Be prepared to wait in long lines for any type of dining. During peak times you can easily wait 45 minutes for "fast" food. I would recommend either reservations way ahead of time or taking a walk to one of the food courts outside of Caesar's. The shops connected to Caesar's cater to all levels of spending and interests which is nice for the non-gambling types.
  • This is an excellent hotel and casino. The architecture, decor and atmosphere really makes you feel like you're in an extension of ancient Rome. It's regal and beautiful. Every staff member I encountered was friendly and helpful. The room I stayed in (Julius Tower) was very clean and nice as well as modern and well maintained. The mini fridge was filled with items for purchase, and there was no room for my own items in there. But the selection was pretty good, just pricy as expected. There's a ton of restaurants to choose from, but they get pretty busy as Caesar's is a very popular Vegas location. The pool area is awesome. It's huge so there's a spot for everybody to hang out and swim or soak up the sun. They even have some casino table games in one of the pools with a bar right next to it. There's also a DJ at the pool during part of the year until about 7 PM. The pool also feels like a place where Roman royalty would have spent their summer days. And the location of this casino is perfect. It's right in the middle of the strip with close access to most of the other popular casinos.
  • We stayed at Octavius tower. Nice room, very clean, many towels brought fresh daily. But it will cost you $7+tax to take water from the room. It will cost you some $ to open the fridge too. The pool area is great! The buffet is nice!
  • In a Vegas timeframe Caesars is a historical property and a must see on your trip to Las Vegas. The property continues to grow and is leading edge in entertainment and shopping. The casino itself is pretty dated and lacking. So moving on... The pool area is world class and honestly unique in it's level of guest services. Swim up blackjack, and live DJ are the surface that shows you that this is more than sunbathing and swimming in your choice of eight pools. Every need and comfort is available. We splurged for a cabana with two private pools. The servers where friendly and professional and the food was top quality. Those burgers are amazing. Fresh fruit with the Cabana was delicious. The whole experience left us feeling like we'd been treated to a day in Rome. ... With a live DJ. As with any casino resort. If you play, call and get a host before you book. Have them make your arrangements. Your stay will be much better.
  • This place rocks! They made it so you don't want to leave the property. Absolutely gorgeous! Just be prepared to pay a $40 resort fee per day if you stay. We saw Reba and Brooks & Dunn... great show... and great venue.

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