Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel

3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, 89109, NV

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Overview

Caesar himself never stepped foot in a more luxurious, prestigious palace than the one named after him in Vegas. Guests are greeted with regal white columns, elegant fountains and Greek statues, complete with togas and Laurel leaf crowns. Rooms are posh with plush bedding, expansive views of the Strip and modern appliances. Bathrooms have oversized, glass-enclosed rain showers and mirrors with televisions embedded in them. Brush your teeth and catch up with the daily news at the same time! Suites will have your family feeling like royalty with separate living rooms, upgraded bath products and dining areas. Two-level Forum Tower Emperors Suites were featured in Rainman and The Hangover movies. Caesars also offers pet accommodations, grooming and walking services. Guests never go hungry at this resort that features 15 restaurants. Rao’s offers meatballs the size of baseballs in a New York atmosphere, while Payard Patisserie & Bistro is a chocolate and pastry hotspot. For fun, families can catch a live show or dinner show at The Colosseum. The Neil Leifer Gallery honors some of America’s top athletes. Four outdoor pools and two large spa tubs are on the grounds.

Our Editor Loves

  • Four pools
  • Many restaurants
  • Pet-friendly

Family Interests

  • Golf

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Laundry

Reviews

No variety in slots there all the same. Boring

by pacific67

The Absinthe show was great a little raunchy but very funny and entertaining. The slot selection for Harrahs and MGM are just horrible now. There all the same thing. Was down there a year ago was very fun different slots all over. Now they did in remodel of slots and there the all pretty much the same slot very boring will not go back for the slots that's for sure.

Rake you over the coals terrible bed

by ldm650

Usually with a resort and the extra fee you can count on a good bed, mattress was soft and lumpy. I wanted to check in one hour early, I understand if the room was not ready but it was and they wanted an extra 45 bucks! In addition to get the Keurig coffee pods in the morning plus a small tiny bottle of water are you going to pay additional $20 and that’s not room service! If u want to use the fridge in the room for your own drinks or food that will cost you $75. Room was very dated. Small issue but no que tips or cotton balls. When paying over 300 for a room plus a 42. Resort fee. I have a higher expectation. Finally, they changed me for items in the room I did not use, when I told them, they promptly took care of it, so check your bill!!

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