Caesars Palace long has been regarded as Las Vegas' premier luxury casino hotel. While newer casino hotels, such as The Venetian, Bellagio, and Wynn Las Vegas
give Caesars stiff competition, Caesars Palace remains the premier place for 24/7 action.
What Does Caesars Palace Have That Other Las Vegas Casino Hotels Don't?
Caesars Palace has...Vast Gaming Areas - Serious gamblers appreciate Caesars Palace. The first big Las Vegas casino hotel to feature its own Sports Book, Caesars Palace is the place to bet on live satellite horse racing and other sports. Table games include blackjack, baccarat, craps, roulette, and pai gow -- and the stakes are often high. The 129,000-square foot casino at Caesars has been the site of more million-dollar slot payoffs than any other casino in the world.
Caesars Palace has...Superstars - While many Las Vegas casino hotels feature entertainment to draw in gamblers, Caesars perennially attracts the biggest names in show business, such as Elton John, Cher, Bette Midler, and Jerry Seinfeld, to play its Coliseum.
Caesars Palace has...Special Suites - If you're looking to gamble $100,000 or more on a visit, you're in Caesars Palace's high-roller demographic -- and you're going to be treated to an incredible hotel experience that includes penthouse accommodations and about anything else you want -- like Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman enjoyed in Rainman.
Rooms for the rest of us in Caesars' Towers aren't shabby, either. Spa deluxe rooms with oversized whirlpool-style bath tubs (marble, of course) are popular with couples.
Caesars Palace has...Forum Shops - Recently expanded to encompass more than 160 boutiques and shops, the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace is a shopper's delight where visitors will find anything from Niketown to Juicy Couture to Louis Vuitton.
Caesars Palace has...Great Restaurants - Caesars Palace is home to the Michelin two-sar Restaurant Guy Savoy, spicy Mesa Grill, and the only outpost of Rao's, New York's legendary Italian eatery. Its Bacchanal Buffet — voted the #1 buffet in Vegas — offers choosy diners a vast array of delicious dishes from nine show kitchens that offer Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, American, seafood, pizza, deli and dessert delicacies. The Forum Shops feature Wolfgang Puck's Spago, Palm Restaurant, and the Stage Deli, among others.
Caesars Palace has...Statuary - Only Caesars Palace has on display a replica of Michaelangelo's David, after the original in Florence, Italy. The entrance to Caesars features sculptures of Roman emperors and other ancient luminaries.
Caesars Palace has...Weddings - Caesars Palace offers brides and grooms several distinctive indoor and outdoor locations to hold their Las Vegas destination wedding and a number of dining venues for the reception afterwards. Wedding packages (ceremony only) range in price from about $1,000 to $5,000.
Caesars Palace has...a Spa, a Salon, and Swimming Pools - Actually, Caesars has the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, a 4.5-acre area that features four separate pools and cabanas suitable for conquerers.
Caesars Palace has...Nobu - Built inside the hotel, Nobu is a separate hotel that offers guests access to all of Caesars' amenities and also boasts a restaurant and lounge under the wing of celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa.
Caesars Palace has...Fragrance - Caesars Palace even has its own perfume and cologne, Caesars Woman and Caesars Man (compare prices online). And you know what? They make you smell pretty good. Like a winner.
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