Caesars Palace is located at the center of the party – surrounded by a myriad of casinos, restaurants, bars, and flashy attractions, there is plenty to do and see nearby. It’s set right in the middle of Strip, on a stretch of popular hotels and entertainment epicenters. Some of the most popular restaurants nearby include Mirage and the Flamingo. For anyone who likes being practical while on holiday, the Deuce busses – double-decker busses that are available 24/7 –will take you to any near surrounding location you wish to visit.
Style and Character
Caesars Palace is an empire on its own, and it’s certainly built like one too. Built in 1966, this hotel has been inspired by the timeless and majestic Roman style, so you can expect to see a lot of sculptures, fountains, columns, and paintings that will take you to a different era. There’s no such thing as being over the top when it comes to Caesars Palace. Whatever image you have about what a luxurious five-star Las Vegas hotel looks like, Caesars Palace will top your expectations. The ornate built-in facilities follow the same Lucullan style of the gigantic Colosseum located on the premises.
Services and Facilities
If we have to name one flaw of Caesars Palace, it would have to be the overwhelmingly large number of things to do inside the hotel. This hotel is packed with bars, restaurants, and activities – so much so, that you almost don’t want to leave the premises. On top of that, the nightlife is on another level of fun. Listed below are all the services and facilities located in the hotel so you can start to make your to-do list as soon as possible:
- 7 Swimming Pools
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Hot tub
- Nightclub and DJ
- Room service
Staying true to its character, the rooms have fun Roman names that can make anyone feel like royalty. The Julius Deluxe Room has one king bed and the room is furnished in a fresh and elegant style with a pop of yellow. Another popular choice among guests is the Palace Premium Studio. You can enjoy views of the pool, a spa bathtub in the bathroom, an extremely comfy king bed, and palatial décor with a red-and-purple color palette. If you prefer suits, maybe you’ll be interested in the Palace Premium Suite. Decorated with ornate chandeliers and impressive artwork, this majestic suite spreads over 1,400 square feet. It comes with a king bed and his-and-hers bathrooms with connecting showers, making it a perfect option for couples. The Octavius Petite Suite also gives guests a royal treatment. This airy and classy suite offers a comfy king bed and a separate living room and dining area. The remaining options include the Nobu Deluxe Room, the Forum Classic Room, the Forum Petite Suite, and the Palace Executive Suite.
Food and Drinks
One thing that can convince you to stay at the Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino is the number of restaurants there are on (and near) the property, some of which are even celebrity-owned! The restaurants are diverse, with a variety of cuisine options. You can find American, Italian, Asian, French, and even British traditional food. Gordon Ramsay’s Pub & Grill is one of the most popular restaurants in the area. Not only will you get to taste delicious food, but the whole experience will feel like you’re on a set of a reality TV show. Prepared by experienced master chefs, the food and drinks at Bacchanal Buffet is truly incredible, so make sure you book yourself a table in advance. Another highly popular dining destination is Nobu Las Vegas, offering a sensational menu put together by the celebrated chef Nobu Matsuhisa.
Value for Money
Depending on whether you choose to book a room during the weekday or on the weekend, the rooms can cost between $100 and $170 per night. The price also varies depending on the size of the room and how many beds there are inside. The price of the suites is slightly higher, averaging at around $250 per night.
Caesars Palace is a celebrity magnet. If you’re looking for the perfect accommodation to do some celebrity sighting, look no further. Many iconic celebrities and politicians have stayed and dined at Caesars Palace, including Barack Obama, J Lo, and Marc Anthony. Plenty of celebrities have hosted shows at the Colosseum or attended parties at Caesar’s Pure Nightclub, including Khloe Kardashian, Britney Spears, Ed Sheeran, Miley Cyrus, Perez Hilton, and Celine Dion.
What brand of toiletries is used at Caesars Palace?
Caesars Palace uses Gilchrist & Soames toiletries.
Do you have to reserve/pay for the lounge chairs near the pools?
Using the lounge chairs right by the pools is free of charge and it doesn’t require any reservations. However, they tend to get occupied pretty quickly, so it’s best to go early and grab one for yourself.
What are the opening hours for the fitness center?
The Fitness Center opens at 6 am and closes at 8 pm every day.
Which tower at Caesars Palace is the best?
The Augustus Tower that features a view of the Bellagio fountains seems to be a guest favorite.
How much does a room at Ceasars Palace cost?
The rooms cost between $100 and $170 per night, depending on whether you stay at Caesars Palace during the weekend or on a weekday.
What is the most expensive room at Caesars Palace?
The Laurel Collection Augustus Strip View Room with two queens is the most expensive room at Caesars Palace. It costs $134 per night.
Is Caesars Palace a five-star Hotel?
Yes, Caesars Palace is a five-star hotel.
What room did they stay in The Hangover?
The Hangover crew booked a suite at the Augustus Tower. The specific room shown in the movie doesn’t exist, but you can visit some of the common rooms that were featured in the movie.
Can you rent the Hangover Suite?
Yes, you can rent the Hangover Suite starting from $1,600 a night.
Does Trump own Caesars Palace?
Caesars Palace is owned by Vici Properties.
Do the rooms include an iron and an ironing board?
You can request an iron and an ironing board for any room.
Does Caesars Palace have an all-day buffet?
Sadly, Caesars Palace doesn’t have an all-day buffet.
Are there coffee makers in the rooms and suites?
Yes, the rooms and the suites come with coffee makers and offerings. There are also many coffee shops near the area.
Is there free Wi-Fi in the rooms?
Yes, you do have access to free Wi-Fi from your rooms.
Are Pets Allowed?
Caesars Palace does allow pets.
Access for Guests with Disabilities?
Caesars Palace has accessible rooms.