Built in 1966, Caesars Palace is a classic Vegas hotel and casino that continues to expand its legacy through the ages. Whether shopping, dining, playing, or staying at Caesars, the palace caters to every Las Vegas visitor’s needs.
In the spirit of ancient Rome, Caesars Palace offers an indulgent array of culinary choices. From celebrity-owned restaurants such as the Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill to the Restaurant Guy Savoy, or the world-class buffet, Caesars Palace dining experience ranges from Italian, Asian, French, American, and more, including the Munch Bar and Trevi.
Gambling at Caesars Palace is legendary in itself. The Caesars Palace race & sports book is fit for a king, as is the Caesars Palace poker room, which is the largest poker room in Las Vegas, measuring 14,000 square feet.
For a truly royal treatment, Caesars Palace hotel rooms are spread out between several towers and include amenities, décor, and accommodations that exhibit perfection, living up to its “Best of Las Vegas” ranking. Enjoy the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, which is an exquisite collection of six pools complete with cabanas, lounge chairs, and daybeds, perfect for any sun-worshiper with a taste for the divine.
Caesars Palace is most recently featured in the hit movie series The Hangover, in which its characters encounter a series of hilarious incidents, promoting Las Vegas and Caesars Palace as the ultimate guys’ getaway spot. Even Cleopatra and Caesar himself roam this Las Vegas hotel, greeting guests and posing for pictures.
With hit headliners such as Shania Twain and Rod Stewart taking residency in Las Vegas and the fantastic show Absinthe, Caesars Palace ensures Las Vegas’ top spot as an Entertainment Capital of the World.
Shopping at the Caesars Palace Forum and Appian Way Shops one will find one-of-a kind stores, boutiques, and galleries featuring Caesars’ finest quality apparel, gifts, jewelry, and products on the Las Vegas strip, making Caesars Palace a world-class shopping destination.
Whether it is to unwind with a spa treatment, get into the groove with a fitness routine, or lounge by the pool there is always something to do at the majestic Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip.