by Voyage Channel
Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel and Casino has been a Las Vegas vacation mainstay since opening on The Strip in 1966. Its signature Greco-Roman architecture defines the hotel property and facilities, evoking a feeling of luxury and extravagance. This Las Vegas hotels 85-acre property is known for concerts and entertainment by world-famous artists in its 4,100-seat Colosseum, Michelin-starred restaurants, lively bars and nightclubs with international DJs and extensive shopping at the Forum Shops. The Palace and the Forum Casinos, which span a shared total of 129,000 square feet, are the famed gaming and betting hub of Caesars Palace.
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The lobby at Caesars Palace is the epitome of classic grandeur with marble pillars, statues and a colorful frescoed ceiling. Rooms and suites are housed in towers throughout the property with Romanesque names like the Augustus, the Forum and the Centurion. Guests can select from a wide range of room categories and Las Vegas suites that will meet their needs, no matter how modest or extravagant. Upscale amenities include expansive living areas, marble baths, in-room bars, high-tech entertainment centers and well-appointed furnishings.
There are seemingly endless options for restaurants at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, whether guests are looking to grab a quick bite or sit down for a true gourmet dining experience. Chef Bradley Ogden serves his signature farm-fresh New American fare in his namesake restaurant; Restaurant Guy Savoy is the only place in the U.S. serving chef Savoys French haute cuisine. Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay brings a bit of heat to his Southwestern menu at Mesa Grill, while exotic Cantonese seafood is served at Sea Harbor. Italian, Japanese, and steakhouse favorites, snacks and more are offered at the many other establishments.
Entertainment is king at Caesars Palace. With high-stake slots, all-limit poker, table games and race and sport betting, the hotels two casinos are home to almost every imaginable form of gaming. For music and dancing, the two-story, 40,000-square-foot Pure nightclub offers four distinct venues within one space. Theres not a bad seat in the house at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, the state-of-the-art performance space playing host to resident headliners, such as Bette Midler, Cher and Jerry Seinfeld. For those needing to rest up after a big night, the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis features three pools in addition to the 10,000-square-foot Temple Pool, two whirlpools and central island rotunda, which are all surrounded by Corinthian columns, palms and cypress trees. For further recuperation, the Qua Baths and Spa offers an extensive treatments menu including couples massages, facials and Chakra balancing. Caesars Palace has four diverse wedding chapels on site and offers Las Vegas wedding planning services. Golfers benefit from preferred access to two renowned golf courses nearby.