Everything at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas is grand. A modern-day Roman Empire, the resort offers a luxurious Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, Spa, Venus Salon, 129,000 square feet of casino space and more restaurants that you could possibly dine at in one stay.

As you approach the resort, you can admire a picture-perfect view across a row of cypress trees and fountains, the tallest of which spray 35-foot columns of water in the air. At the front driveway, there is an elliptical pool in the middle of which stands a sculpture completed by Giovanni Bologna in 1583. Other magnificent classical sculptures decorate the property, including a replica of the famous Michelangelo's David.

Garden of the Gods features 4.5 acres of statues three pools and two outdoor whirlpool spas.

The Spa

Venus The Salon and The Spa provide a place to relax and enjoy a massage, a facial, or a therapeutic scalp treatment. If you are planning a romantic night out, the salon offers haircuts. Read more about city spas.

The casino floor is a vacation destination in itself, offering popular table games, slots, as well as a race & sports book. The casino has 2,000 slot machines ranging from 5 cents to $500. The Million Dollar Babies are no-limit slot machines whose jackpot grows upward from $1 million until it is won.

Guest Rooms and Suites

The hotel offers 2,456 hotel rooms, including 450 suites and mini-suites.

Deluxe and Spa Deluxe Rooms, located in Roman, Centurion and Forum Towers, measure 325 square feet and many feature oversized marble Jacuzzi bath tubs.

Entertainment and Nightlife

Cleopatra's Barge Nightclub is a modern replica of a craft that transported royalty of Egypt on the Nile at the time of Julius Caesar. The club, which has a dance floor, floats in five feet of water giving its passengers the sensation of sailing down the river Nile.

Shadow: A Bar features contemporary design and eclectic furnishing. The Shadow concierges, silhouette dancers visible only through a sheer screen, create a sensual atmosphere in the bar. Bartenders juggle bottles, toss limes, and perform back flips to keep their guests entertained while VIPs enjoy separate VIP booths located at the far side of the bar.

Dining

There is a great selection of casual and fine dining venues. Whether you want to grab a bite to eat outdoors by the pool, or plan a romantic dinner for two, there is an array of different types of cuisine, including Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Euro-Pacific, and classic farm fresh American cuisine.

The Forum Shops at Caesars

The Forum Shop soffer shopping and dinning in the heart of the Strip. There are more than 160 boutiques and shops to choose from, including men's and women's apparel such as Polo By Ralph Lauren, Brooks Brothers, Dolce & Gabbana and Gianni Versace. In addition to a great selection of clothing, visitors can purchase jewelry, shoes, music, toys and accessories.

There is an entrance to the building right from the Strip. The shopping mall features Roman streets decorated with fountains and statues. There is a replica of the Roman Trevi and Triton Fountains and a large reflecting pool. What's a good shopping trip without a place to enjoy a good meal? There are 13 restaurants and specialty food shops. If it's not too warm (or too cold) outside, try Segafredo Zanetti Espresso Caffe which offers outdoor seating. Shop hours are as follows:

  • Monday to Thursday 10 am - 11 pm
  • Friday to Saturday 10 am - 12 am
  • Sunday 10 am - 11 pm.


Robert De Niro-backed Nobu Hotel

The luxury Nobu Hotel opened in February 2013, just in time for the Chinese New Year. The boutique hotel, located inside Caesars Palace, is backed by actor Robert De Niro and Hollywood producer Meir Teper. The Restaurant and Lounge are the first Nobu location in Las Vegas and measure 12,775 square feet. If you decide that you want to stay in and enjoy your Sake Suite, Chef Nobu created an exclusive 24-hour room service menu, available only to guests of the hotel.

Receive complimentary access to PURE Nightclub, complimentary access to Qua Fitness Center, private access to Garden of the Gods Pools, priority reservations to the Restaurant and other perks. Rooms start at USD $269 per night.

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Room rates from USD $140 per night.

Location: 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard , Las Vegas , Nevada , United States , website, 877-427-7243