Location – The palace reigns mighty on its southern corner of the Boulevard and E. Flamingo Road, with views of the Bellagio Fountains from the upper front floors.
The Theme – If the name didn’t give it away, the stone statues in the lobby will. Caesar’s Palace is designed to take you back to a time where opulence was a fruit only to be savored by kings and gods. Now anyone in Vegas can enjoy the same luxuries that Caesar and his court did, in a modern, Vegas-ey kind of way.
Rooms – A one night stay inside Caesar’s Palace is just to the right of being a super bargain. This is a mid-range hotel, featuring various towers that offer different features and amenities. You could opt to have your room open out to the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, or keep it simple yet swank in the Forum tower.
Restaurants – Casino Player Magazine has awarded Caesar’s for having the best variety of restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip. It makes no difference if you’re in the mood for authentic Tai or a juicy burger, there’s a dinner seat waiting for you.
Bacchanal Buffet – Over 500 items are created by a whole team of master chefs to bring fresh treats to the Caesar’s buffet everyday.
Nobu Restaurant – Master Chef Nobu delights with his own take on Asian food in an environment that is warm and inviting.
Old Homestead Steakhouse – One of NYC’s oldest and finest steakhouses feels right at home inside of the palace.
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill – Only a foul mouthed Brit can pull off an authentic British Pub in the center of a Roman Palace.
Rao’s – When in a Roman palace, one must be able to feast on authentic Italian fare.
Mr Chow – Mr Chow has been getting praised around the world and now in Vegas for its exceptional service and exquisite dishes.
Mesa Grill – Bobby Flay brings his flair to Caesar’s with bold flavors fresh off the grill and special margaritas to wash them down.
Searsucker – Searsucker is a casual styled restaurant serving classic American cuisine cooked up by Chef Brian Malarkey.
Beijing Noodle No. 9 – Northern Chinese cuisine is served up in perfection in this laid back treasure at Caesar’s.
Serendipity 3 – The whimsical plates at Serendipity 3 are something that must be tasted to be believed. Just make sure that you leave room for one of their world famous desserts.
Restaurant Guy Savoy – If you are going big in Vegas – Go Guy. This French themed restaurant has been a consistent winner of numerous “Best of” awards.
Café Americano – Need a burger break after the club? Or craving tacos at 2 A.M.? Café Americano never closes, and has an immense menu to choose from.
You can also grab a quick bite inside the Food Court at the Forum Shoppes, or have a cup of joe and a sweet at Brioche by Guy Savoy or Payard Patisserie & Bistro. The eating options at Caesar’s Palace are diverse enough to meet the palates of your entire royal court.
Gambling – No detail is overlooked at Caesar’s gambling hub. Over 129,000 square feet of table games and slots have been set up for your gaming pleasure. For those warriors who prefer the classic sports betting the book, and its 18 TVs, will be right up your alley.
Shows – The only way to compete with the original Colosseum’s live lion entertainment is with a parade of fierce performers, like the songstress Mariah Carey, funny man Jerry Seinfeld and the Queen herself – Celine Dion. Absinthe is the production put on inside the tent that sits just outside the palace. Come armed in your thickest skin as this racy burlesque will tickle you in places you never knew you had.
Clubs and Bars – The wine runneth over at Caesar’s Palace in a variety of classy bars and lounges interspersed throughout the resort. Some, like the Montecristo Cigar Bar, are sophisticated and swank while places like Fizz are classy and chic. Caesar’s scored big with EDM God Calvin Harris, who headlines Friday nights in the hotel’s Omnia Nightclub.
The Day Club – The Venus European Pool Lounge puts a Roman spin on a day club. Not nearly as rambunctious as pool parties like Wet Republic, the vibe here is seductively serene, even when the DJs come out on the weekends.
Shopping – The Forum Shops is a trip in itself, combining masterly crafted Roman architecture with high end boutiques and live entertainment that leaves you breathless. Bring your AMEX, and plenty of time, because shopping here is going to take all day.
Other Cool Stuff – The mission of Caesar’s Palace is to make you feel like a Roman God, and no place is this proven better than inside their Qua Baths & Spa. You might be smack dab in the middle of the world’s busiest strip, but the inside of Qua is your oasis.
Worth the Stay? If you are going to splurge on Caesar’s Palace make sure that you are going all in. Take advantage of all the luxurious amenities and dine in the finest restaurants and you will quickly pick up on that kingly feeling.