“…because every guest is a Caesar”, that’s the logic behind Caesars (not Caesar’s) Palace.
Every thing a guest could look for is available at this leisure and entertainment mecca in the middle of the Las Vegas strip. This is not a Griswald Vacation!
Begun in 1966, Caesars Palace is an every evolving complex that’s grown to include 3348 rooms spread over 5 towers, a major casino, swimming pool complex, Michelin starred restaurants, shopping mall, nightclubs and entertainment theatres. Guests really do not need to ever step outdoors to experience the best of Las Vegas.
The standard guest rooms are very spacious and feature large, deep soaking tubs and walk-in showers while suites in the newest
Augustus Tower are luxuriously appointed, large and many feature amazing views of the Las Vegas Strip. In the Forum Tower guests will find rooms with over 1000square feet of space.
Whatever type of holiday tickles your fancy it’s probably available at Caesars Palace; I recently attended one of my best friends’ wedding and the 50+ guests all had a great time. Whatever activity we could think of, we found it; gambling in the huge casino, laying by the swimming pool, pampering in the spa, enjoying world renowned Michelin starred restaurants like Restaurant Guy Savoy and Mesa Grill. Libations were had in some of the many bars, lounges and nightclubs found throughout the complex and making a safe bet on some great shopping in the Forum Shops adjoining the casino were also on our list. Whatever we needed it was all waiting downstairs from our guest suites. When we felt like venturing out beyond the resort the central location meant we were easily within reach of all the other casinos, resorts and malls along The Strip. I would definitely base my next trip to Las Vegas around Caesars Palace too.