Where is Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas located
Right in the neon bright heart of Las Vegas, Caesar’s Palace can be found in the middle of the Strip, its Roman columns, majestic coliseum and marble, girl and crystal furnishings adding old empire glamour to the main thoroughfare.
Getting around from Caesar’s Palace to anywhere else in the city centre is easy, thanks to the Flamingo/Caesars Palace Monorail Station, shuttling guests to nearby Vegas hotels and attractions including Harrah’s Casino and Hotel, Bally’s and the Las Vegas Convention Center. For shorter distances, walkways bridge Las Vegas Boulevard and connect Caesars Palace to Barbary Coast and the shops at the Bellagio.
Caesar’s Palace Hotel Features
Step into the large, airy lobby at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas and be transported back to ancient Rome with frescoes, marble columns, gurgling fountains and imposing Roman statues.
For crispy sea bass, artichoke black truffle soup and one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas, the two Michelin Starred Restaurant Guy Savoy offers a one of a kind culinary experience. Diners can choose from tempting treats at the chef’s only non-Parisian outpost anywhere in the world, including Artichoke Black Truffle Soup and Crispy Sea Bass with Delicate Spices.
Those with a sweet(and savory) tooth should head for Serendipity 3, a colorful New York style celeb haunt based on a 1954 original East Coast eatery. Along with Monster Meatballs and Spaghetti, Dinosaur Ribs and Deep Fried Oreos and Ice Cream look out for A-List patrons – previous visitors include Marilyn Monroe, Yoko Ono, Tom Cruise, Cher and Oprah.
If music and dancing is your indulgence of choice, PURE is the two story, four venue Las Vegas nightlife destination of choice for hip clubbers, cool dancers and those who want to see and be seen. The Las Vegas club features a VIP room, a dance floor and a 14,000 square foot outdoor patio with waterfalls, walls of fire and breathtaking, panoramic views of the surrounding Strip and Las Vegas centre city.
First time Vegas visitors and Sin city stalwarts alike know the 4,300 seat Colosseum at Caesars Palace as the front runner on the Las Vegas attractions map. The custom designed concert and theatrical space has seen Cher, Elton John, Celine Dion and Kylie Minogue all tread the stage boards.
For palatial sunbathing, decadent cabanas and a Las Vegas pools experience like no other, the revamped Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis is flagged by cypresses, palm trees, marble columns, classical statues and fountains. Choose from five watering holes; The Apollo, The Fortuna, The Jupiter, The Neptune, The Temple and The Venus.
For a more traditional take on the Roman bathing experience, waterfalls, stone flooring and natural light are a soothing introduction to the Qua Baths & Spa Las Vegas, which offers ritualistic Roman baths, an Arctic Ice room that features snow falling from above, and massage treatment rooms. An onsite Tea Sommelier matches distinctive teas with corresponding treatments.
Caesar’s Palace Guestrooms
Modern and luxurious, Caesars Palace’s offers guests a choice of 3,348 guestrooms, suites and penthouses. Guestrooms include;
• Sitting area with chaise lounges, armoires and coffee tables
• Select rooms contain in room safes
• Select suites offer mini fridges, marble dry bars and dining tables
• Jetted tubs, walk in showers and double vanities are provided in select bathrooms
• Luxurious Linens
• LCD Television
Caesars Palace Expert Tip
There are 180 stores and boutiques at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. The shopping arcade is a replica of old Roman streets with fountains, statues and facades. Don’t forget to look up as you’re shopping – The Forum’s painted ceiling resembles an expansive sky and evolves through the 24 hour day each hour, showing dawn through to dusk.
Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas Race & Sports Book
250-seat race and sports book,
Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas Restaurants
Beijing Noodle #9,
Cypress Street Marketplace,
Hyakumi Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar,
Payard Pâtisserie & Bistro,
Max Brenner, Chocolate by a Bald Man ,
The Cheesecake Factory,
Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab,
Cafe Della Spiga.
Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas Entertainment
Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas Nightlife
Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas Attractions
Fall of Atlantis and Festival Fountain shows and Aquarium
Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas Pool
Venus Pool Club.
Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas Spa
Qua Baths & Spa
Color – A Salon by Michael Boychuck
Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas Shops
Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas Wedding Services