Caesars Palace is one of the largest and most famous luxury hotels and casinos in Las Vegas. It is situated strategically on the Las Vegas Strip and is one of the most iconic casinos and landmarks in Vegas and arguably the gambling world. Caesars Palace is truly massive and luxurious - much like its rival the equally large and opulent casino The Venetian with its eye-popping Venetian Canals.
Perhaps surprisingly for a large 5-star luxury hotel catering for the wealthy, staying at Caesars Palace doesn't need to be expensive. Alternatively, for those wanting a little more peace and quiet while in Vegas, consider staying at this other Tahiti-inspired hotel if only for the lazy river.
About Caesars Palace
Caesars Palace has dramatically massively since it was first founded in the 60s. At that time it was just a luxury hotel at a time before Vegas was Vegas and before there really was the Strip. Today it resembles more of a hotel city unto itself.
- Date Founded: 1966
As the name suggests it is themed on the opulence and decadence of the Roman Empire. It is home to many statues, columns, and iconography drawn from popular Hollywood representations of the Roman Empire.
- Statue: There Is A 20 Foot or 6 Meter Statue Of Augustus Caesar Near The Entrance
- Rooms: It Has 3,960 Rooms And Suites
- Buildings: 6 Towers And a Convention Facility
- Bars: It Boasts 10 Bars And Lounges
- Restaurants: There Are 22 Restaurants To Choose From At Ceasars Palace
Caesars Palace has always been oriented to the higher-end gamblers. It includes table games like craps, blackjack, Spanish 21, Pai Gow poker, baccarat, and others.
- Mask Requirements: As Of the Time Of Writing Due To The Covid-19 Outbreak All Visitors Must Wear Masks Indoors
It also markets itself as one of the most pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas.
Caesars Palace Salon
One of the premium services on offer at Caesars Palace is its luxury and sophisticated Salon. This salon caters to the highest of luxury standards. It offers a full range of services to those wanting to look their best for spending the night out on the Strip.
Qua Baths & Spa
Of course, Ceasars Palace is home to magnificent spas. These are massive occupying some 50,000 square feet of grounds and include the iconic Laconium Room. These are ideal for relaxing and chilling after living it up on the Strip the night before.
- Age: The Spa Is For Adults Aged 18 And Up
- Spa Hours: Monday to Sunday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
It is also home to its Arctic Ice Room. It has been called the only one of its kind in the world. Here one can sit back and feel the magic of the cold air while watching the snow falling.
Don't forget to check out their Roman Baths. They have three Roman baths influenced in design by the Roman baths of antiquity.
Shopping At Ceasars Palace
Like other massive luxury casino resorts in Las Vegas, one doesn't need to leave the casino to go shopping. According to Ceasars Palace, it's...
"Forum Shops are a must-see, all-encompassing experience at Caesars Palace. Las Vegas' definitive luxury shopping destination, The Forum Shops include approximately 160 specialty stores and fine restaurants. Its lauded designer stores such as Louis Vuitton, Versace, Giorgio Armani, Valentino, and Gucci represent some of the biggest names in fashion."
- Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 10.00 am to 10.00 pm, Friday to Saturday 10.00 am to 12.00 pm
Dining At Ceasars Palace
With its 22 in-house restaurants (including many high-end) restaurants to choose from, there is no shortage of choices! Choose from anything from typical American food to authentic Chinese and other international food. Choose from casual dining to fine dining, buffet dining, and more. To see all the restaurants on offer see here.
Rooms And Accommodation
Caesars Palace is a luxury 5-star hotel with thousands of rooms. They far too many to list here, but there are options for everyone. There are luxury rooms for the most discerning of guests and even for those on a budget.
Rooms for two can be found for as little as $80.00. Caesars Palace can sell these rooms at a lower price knowing that once staying with them, most guests will indulge in the slot machines, gambling, restaurants, shopping, or the many other ways that one spends one's money in these luxury hotels. To book one's room at this opulent hotel, see here.
- Tip: If Staying On A Budget, Don't Touch The Mini Bar!
If visiting Vegas, consider staying at this iconic and giant casino right on the Strip. And remember, it doesn't even have to be expensive and one is right here in the middle of the action in Vegas!