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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. Work out when and for how long to visit Caesars Palace and other Las Vegas attractions using our handy Las Vegas holiday builder website .
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  • Okay, if I had won the casino would get a five. LOL! Anyway, it’s your typical Vegas strip casino. There are slots, tables, and horse betting. Enjoy yourself and know the casinos are designed to alway...  more »
  • Too many bean counters and not enough people that can judge a great customers. If you are not getting better then you must be getting worse. Over my close to 40 years this was the first time I did not...  more »
  • We stayed for 3 nights, 4 days, and gambled quite a bit. We were both Diamond guests. We ate at CET properties quite a bit but did venture out a couple of times. The night before we checked out, I wen...  more »
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  • This casino is very large when compared with other ones of its kind. The amazing interior is very beautifully decorates. Inside this particular casino you will find a beautiful sculpture and is one of the few casinos that fire fireworks at 00:00 each year, and is a great place to make money on the first of January. The hotel is also very beautifully decorated and are very spacious and have a great view of the city. It is located on the strip, or Las Vegas boulevard as many like to say, making it an excellent place to stay or go to. The shops located inside the casino offer great products reasonably priced, even brand products that would cost more because the shop is located in a top casino. My view for this casino is based on what I saw when traveling to Las Vegas to visit relatives. In a nutshell the Caesar palace casino and hotel are worth checking out, because it is a one time experience that all people should have, when and if they visit this beautiful city in their life. A place that I recommend and will be recommending anyone to visit when coming to Las Vegas.
  • Didn't stay but ate at Hell's Kitchen. It was pricey but amazing. Our party of 8 was seated right in front of the kitchen. Our service was amazing. Food and drinks were mind blowing. For a good show order the shrimp scampi and/or a Smoke on the Boulevard.
  • We walked through the Cesar's Palace shopping mall on our way to brunch at Bacchanals. Of course you just can't walk through the mall, you have to stop and shop! We found a very enticing tea shop, and even a Las Vegas shop. Of course they have all the high end stores, but the fountains and decor are simply beautiful. The casino is clean, and surrounded by fine dinning locations. The Bacchanal restaurant was very different in its appearance. Yet it was the most delicious brunch I have ever had, hands down.
  • The rooms are just okay. I've stayed in better. There is a mini bar fridge but no extra fridge for you to use. If you put anything of your own in the mini bar, they automatically charge you $25. Housekeeping comes in and cleans up but does not always replenish the room supplies. Most of the staff are nice except for security guards. Don't ask them for anything. They will treat you like an idiot. I pretty much play video poker and slots. Hardly any table games. The video poker and slots tease a whole lot but never hit big. Actually, they don't even let you play for a while before taking all your money. Really disappointed in that. My advice is to stay at the Cosmopolitan. The rooms are bigger, better and more elegant, the entire staff is nice and most eager to please and I hit 4 aces with a kicker on video poker after only being there 30 minutes. Of course like a fool I gambled some more at Caesar's and they took it all away. I'll never stay or gamble here again.
  • We have stayed at Caesar's Palace several times. The resort has everything you'll need to enjoy your stay in Las Vegas. Most of the restaurants are very good. There is shopping, there are pools, and exercise options. The location of Caesar's is very convenient as it is centrally located along the Strip. Not only is the Casino floor well maintained but the rooms are as well which is not the case with other resorts on the Strip.
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