If you ever have the opportunity to sleep in a suite at Caesars Palace, you’ll realize that the well-off have it very good. When you realize that the suite you are staying in is not even close to being the best they have at Caesars Palace you feel like a chump. Don’t worry though, with all the restaurants and bars and they expansive pool deck you’ll still enjoy yourself you just won’t be the guy in the Nobu Suite looking out over the Las Vegas strip while playing ping pong.
Sleep. You’ll be shocked by the size of the bathtubs in the Augustus Tower, and you’ll be happy to have your friends over if you have a room in the Octavius Tower. If you happen to have a room in what was once the Forum tower, I would suggest to just keep the party in someone else’s room. Most of the room categories as Caesars Palace Las Vegas are above average for the Las Vegas strip, and you will pay a premium versus other strip properties. They have an expansive number of rooms so you will have a choice of room types and price categories. Large bathrooms and shiny bathroom fixtures are standard as are big screen televisions and fluffy towels. This is a mid-range to a luxury hotel, so if you enjoy spending cash when you are in Las Vegas, you’ll do well here.
Eat. Eat. Your choices are endless for food at Caesars Palace Las Vegas from Gordon Ramsay to Mr. Chow to Raos straight from New York City. You must have the burger at Old Homestead, the noodles at Beijing No.9 and a meatball at Rao’s. If you include the restaurants in the Forum Shops, you could easily spend a couple of weeks at Caesars Palace and still not try everything they have to offer. The buffet is a bit expensive, but if you have a big appetite and can’t decide what you want, that is a great bet. Guy Savoy will satisfy your need for ultra fine dining and Hell’s Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay will give you your fill of celebrity chef antics in the kitchen.
Restaurants at Caesars Palace Las Vegas
• Bacchanal Buffet
• Searsucker Las Vegas
• Old Homestead
• Nobu (Nobu Hotel)
• Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill
• Hell’s Kitchen
• Mesa Grill
• Beijing Noodle No. 9
• Restaurant Guy Savoy
• Carmine’s (Forum Shops)
Play. The Garden of the Gods pool complex is what you think about when you fantasize about Las Vegas pools. The pretty people look even better, and the socializing in the shallow end of the pool seems to occur everywhere. Grab a day bed, order a drink and make sure to put on extra SPF 50. This is among the best pools in Las Vegas.
Drink. Are there too many bars at Caesars Palace Las Vegas? No, but there are a lot. Choose Monte Cristo for bourbon and a cigar, Alto for an ultra lounge scene and the lounge at Nobu for mingling over sushi and cocktails.
See. You will have to get a ticket for Absinthe and then prepare yourself to be shocked by just how much you enjoy crude comedy. This is one of the best shows in Las Vegas. It is a cross between a comedian, a Cirque show, and mayhem right on the Las Vegas strip.
Shows at Caesars Palace Las Vegas
• Absinthe – Wednesday – Sunday 8 pm & 10 pm Tickets 800-745-3000
• Mariah Carey Select Dates
• Rod Stewart Select dates
• Celine Dion Select Dates
• Elton John Select Dates
• Jerry Seinfeld Select Dates
Shop. The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace are almost as iconic as the resort itself. Window shop the expensive boutiques or take all the money you collected at the tables and treat yourself to something nice. High-end shopping is as good as it gets in Las Vegas at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.
Caesars Palace Las Vegas
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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