Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino

Just The Facts, Please.

Hotel Size:
3,348 rooms divided among five towers.
Casino Size:
129,000 square feet.
Qua Baths and Spa 50,000 square feet.
4.5 acre Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis feature three separate pool areas, including an adults only pool with european sunbathing.
Forum shops with over 160 stores and 13 restaurants.
Notable Attractions:
Life-size replica of Michelangelo's David in Appian Way shops. Forum shops.

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The Forum Shops featuring over 160 stores and 13 restaurants is divided into two adjacent malls. The new section of the Forum Shops added 175,000 square feet of space and contains mostly high-end shops. Appian Way shops includes Cartier and Bernini plus a Life-sized replica of Michelangelo's David.

Pool and Spa

4.5 acre Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis feature three separate pool areas, including an adults only pool with european sunbathing.

Qua Baths and Spa features three distinct pools of varying size and temperatures plus 51 treatment rooms plus a 5,500 square foot fitness center.


Poker Room and Sports Book

Poker Room:
Comprised of two large rooms. One room is for cash games and has 25 tables, the other room is dedicated to tournament play and has 35 tables. The rooms are equipped with comfortable leather chairs. More, please.

Sports Book:
250 seat race and sports book. The race book includes 65 private booths, each booth has its own 12-inch flat screen TV. The race book also features six 12 by 15 foot screens and 12 50-inch plasma screens. The sports book features six 12 by 15 foot screens and 12 50-inch plasma screens.


Bars, Lounges and Nightclubs

Cleopatra's Barge
The lounge is styled as a replica of the craft that transported the royalty of Egypt on the Nile river. Features live music, DJs and a dance floor.

Pure Nightclub
40,000 sq ft nightclub with a 14,000 sq ft terrace overlooking the Strip. More, please.

Pussycat Dolls Lounge
Adjacent to the Pure nightclub. The Dolls sing and dance in short 3-5 minute performances every 30 minutes or so.

Shadow Bar
The attraction at this bar are the shadow dancers, that dance seemingly naked behind back-lit gauzzy curtains.

Seahorse Lounge
In the middle of the lounge is a 1,700 gallon aquarium containing Australian Pot Belly Seahorses. Well worth taking a closer look at, even if you don't stay for a cocktail.



Mavens Overview

One of the older strip properties, Caesars Palace pre-dates the Vegas Renaissance kicked-off by the 1989 opening of the Mirage. Caesars Palace has gone through a series of additions and renovations since opening in 1966. The property is so large, you may consider which tower to stay in depending on your primary activity: Palace Tower is closest to the pool; Augustus is closest to the Spa

Internet Buzz

Strip location gets high marks, even though the walk from your room to the Strip can be long. People appreciate that the pools are positioned so that the Sun is not blocked. Even by Vegas standards there are a surprising number of complaints about rude front desk staff and long check-in wait time.

Hotel Overview

3,348 rooms in five towers: Roman; Centurion; Forum; Palace and Augustus. Palace and Augustus are the newest and fanciest towers which feature oversized spa tubs in all rooms.


Celine Dion
Celine Dion's much anticipated, and favorabley reviewed show. More, please.

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Augustus Cafe
24 hour upscale coffee shop. More, please.

Beijing Noodle No. 9
Giant fish tanks flank the entrance to this restaurant that specializes in fresh made noodles and dim sum. More, please.

Bradley Ogden
Chef Bryan Ogden, son of Bradley, refers to their cuisine as "Market Cuisine" as he explains focusing on what is fresh and in-season. A`signature dish is the Maytag Blue Cheese souffle. More, please.

Lago Buffet
Less variety than most Vegas buffets, but the quality is above average although not at the same level as the top buffets. The dining room actually has windows, a rarity for Vegas buffets, and faces the pool area. More, please.

Offers two distinct styles of Japanese cuisine: Teppanyaki and Sushi. Open for lunch and dinner. More, please.

Mesa Grill
Bobby Flay, of Food Network fame is the high level chef here, meaning he won't actually cook your dinner, but the dishes are his inspiration. Signature dishes include blue corn pancake with barbeque duck with habanero sauce. The cuisine is best described as Southwestern USA. Open for lunch and dinner. Was Michelin rated one star, but lost its star. More, please.

Specializing in prime 28 day dry-aged beef, but also serving a large selection of fresh fish and seafood. Open for dinner only. More, please.

Payard Patisserie & Bistro
Pastry chef Francois Payard presents a pastry and chocolate shop plus a dining room. Serving breakfast and lunch. Think quiche, french toast with fresh berries or perhaps seared salmon salad for lunch. More, please.

Famous New York City transplant, a family business run by the Pellegrinos. Featuring Southern Italian cuisine prepared with the finest ingredients, such as San Marzano tomatoes, although one of the signature dishes is Uncle Vincent's Famous Lemon Chicken. More, please.

Restaurant Guy Savoy
French cuisine. Although Guy Savoy has earned three Michelin Stars for his Paris restaurant, the Vega location has garnered two Michelin Stars, still a laudable feat. The restaurant offers a series of ever more expensive tasting menus, starting at $140. More, please.

Sea Harbour
Authentic Cantonese cuisine, with emphasis on authentic. An actual transplant from mainland China, where Sea Harbour has eight locations. More, please.

Serendipity 3
Another New York City transplant, located adjacent to the Strip. Serving sandwiches and dessert. Known for their "Frrrozen Hot Chocolate" (Their spelling and description) and their Golden Opulence Sundae for $1,000 (Which is a Guinness World Record Holder for most expensive dessert, evidently the 23-karat gold leaf adds to the cost. More, please.



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