Once an icon of old Las Vegas, Caesars Palace has only continued to grow, expand and modernize since it was first opened. That has allowed it to remain on the top of the heap in New Las Vegas, a town full of world-class hotels, resorts and casinos. When you’re inside the confines of one of Caesars Palace’s six individual towers, you always feel like you’re standing in the lap of luxury. What’s more is that entertainment is never more than a few steps away.
Naturally, the casino in Caesars Palace will attract the ardent gamblers, but there’s so much more to see and to do! For one, there are incredible dining options here, with restaurants from famed chefs like Gordon Ramsay and Nobu Matsuhisa. Oh, and there’s Rao’s, which used to host regular Italian dinners for the Rat Pack! Aside from dining, there are plenty of places to swim and to drink, and there are even some world-class shops for high-end shopping.
So come take a look at Caesars Palace and see why so many people continue to visit it each and every year. And, if you’ve been waiting to get a look at the ultimate accommodations in the new Nobu Tower, be sure to stick around until #27!
1. A Las Vegas Icon
Opened in 1966, Caesars Palace has long been an icon of Las Vegas, and may be the most recognizable hotel and casino on the Strip.
2. The Casino Floor
It doesn’t matter what your game is, you’re sure to find it on the floor of Caesars Palace’s casino.
3. Raise the Stakes
In the Poker Room, you’ll find amateur and professional poker players raising one another 24 hours a day.
4. Races and Sports
Known as the “Home of Champions”, the race and sports book at Caesars Palace is always buzzing with activity.
5. Celebrity Chef
Fans of “Kitchen Nightmares” will have to pay a visit to Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill to sample some of the celebrity chef’s fare.
Nobu Matsuhisa is one of the most celebrated chefs in the entire world, and he has a restaurant located in the tower that bears his name.
At a classic hotel and casino, you’ve got to stick to the classics. And, it doesn’t get any more classic than Rao’s, a Las Vegas dining institution.
8. Don’t Forget Bobby!
When he’s not busy “throwing down” with other chefs, Bobby Flay also operates the Mesa Grill at Caesars Palace.
9. Forum Shops
If you’re sick of gambling your money away with nothing to show for it, then head to the Forum Shops.
10. Louis Vuitton
Among the many luxury shops you’ll find there, you’ll find a shop for the ultimate in luxury: Louis Vuitton.
Oh, and there’s Fendi too! The shoe boutique that you’ll find there happens to be the only one in the United States.
12. Qua Baths & Spa
At Caesars Palace, you should be pampered like royalty. This is possible when you pay a visit to the stunning top-ranked spa there.
13. Arctic Ice Room
The Arctic Ice Room, which you’ll find on the 50,000-foot grounds of Qua Baths & Spa is literally one-of-a-kind.
14. Soak Like a King
If you don’t feel like cooling down, then any of the three Roman Baths that you’ll find in the spa should suit your fancy.
15. Lots of Pools
Excluding private pools for certain suites, there are seven separate pools on the Caesar Palace Grounds
16. The Venus Pool
Taking up 10,000 square feet, the Venus Pool has everything you might want, from luxurious day beds to amazing cocktails and food. Sometimes there’s even entertainment.
17. The Bacchus Pool
If you can swing an invite to this pool, you’re likely to see celebrities and the rich and famous hanging around it.
18. The Fortuna Pool
What’s better than playing blackjack on the casino floor? How about playing while you’re in the pool?
19. The Temple Pool
For the pool that most exemplifies the style of Caesars Palace, you’ll have to look toward the Temple Pool.
20. Elton John
Through the end of April, Elton John will be putting on exciting performances in The Colosseum.
Opening in March, the Omnia nightclub is sure to become one of the main party attractions not just on the Strip but also in the entire country.
If you’re looking to keep it classy for your night out, then you’ll enjoy the fine art environment and expensive champagne of FIZZ.
23. Cleopatra’s Barge
Have you ever wanted to party on a replica of the boat that Cleopatra rode as she traveled up and down the Nile? You can here!
24. The Nobu Penthouse
The Nobu Tower is the newest at Ceasar’s Palace, and the Nobu Penthouse offer the finest accommodations you’ll find there.
25. The Villas at Caesars
These enormous villas boast luxury accoutrements and even come equipped with their own personal swimming pools.
26. Forum Tower Emperors Suite
Featured in movies like “Rainman”, this suite is an absolutely classic for Caesars Palace.
27. The Nobu Villa
High up on the Nobu Tower is where you’ll find this stunning 10,500-square-foot suite, which features three bedrooms and a whole lot of style.
28. Las Vegas’ Best?
This Las Vegas institution has entertained millions of guests over the years. Is it the best hotel and casino in Las Vegas? You’ll have to book a stay to judge for yourself!