Enjoy the grandeur of Rome at Caesars Palace. This opulent resort features luxurious guest rooms, a 4.5-acre Garden of the Gods pool complex, a 23,000 square-foot spa and fitness center, and 18 restaurants offering a variety of cuisine. The Forum Shops at Caesars, a shopping wonder of the world, offers an extraordinary collection of exquisite stores and restaurants.
2399 Rooms, 4 Swimming Pools, Concierge, Multilingual Staff, Business Center, Dry Cleaning/Laundry Service*, Full-Service Spa and Fitness Center*, In-House Beauty Salon*, On-Site Shopping, 129,000 Square-Foot Casino, 12 Restaurants, 7 Bars/Lounges.
* denotes activities/services available for an additional cost. Amenities and inclusions are subject to change at any time.
Room Categories and Descriptions
Room amenities include cable TV with in-room movies, large whirlpool tub, European-style marble bathroom, elegant armoire, dressing room, sitting and desk area, in-room safe and small refrigerator. All rooms come equipped with ironing boards, irons and hairdryers.
Maximum Occupancy: 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.
Requests for a specific bedding arrangement or room location are fulfilled by the hotel based on availability.
Laurel Room - One king bed or two queen beds. These Premium rooms are 650 square feet and have a marble bathroom with dual sinks and a TV that is easily viewable from the spa tub.
Laurel Strip View - One king bed or two queen beds. Premium strip view rooms have a marble bathroom with dual sinks and a TV that can be viewed from the spa tub.
Forum Room - One king bed or two queen beds. Classic rooms feature deluxe bathrooms with rain style showerheads. 475 square feet.
Palace Room - One king bed or two queen beds. Enjoy a marble dressing table, and refreshment center, marble bathroom, and an oversized spa tub.
Palace Petite Suite - One king bed or two queen beds. The Petite Suite has a dual marble bathroom, united by a dual shower and featuring an oversized spa tub and bidet.
Caesars Palace offers the following restaurants:
Rao's - Caesars Palace has reached an agreement with principals of the Rao’s Restaurant Group, LLC, to bring to Las Vegas the one-and-only Rao’s, the 110-year old, 10-table, East Harlem Italian restaurant that is the ultimate New York dinner reservation "get". Slated to open in late 2006, Rao's will move into the space formerly occupied by Terrazza at Caesars Palace and will be re-created by the Engstrom Design Group of San Rafael, Calif., to capture the intimate, convivial, speak-easy style of the original, located at 455 East 114th Street.
Restaurant Guy Savoy - Prepare yourself for a one-of-a-kind dining experience in a restaurant designed for the 21st century--an encounter in which art and food become one. Van Gogh expressed himself with paint, while Beethoven shared his brilliance with the world through the piano. Guy's canvas is your plate, and he bares his soul with culinary creations that are festive, fresh and delicious—-even poetic.
808 - Acclaimed chef Jean-Marie Josselin brings a taste of Hawaii and exquisite Euro-pacific cuisine to Caesars Palace with 808. The restaurant offers the chef's Hawaiian-themed fusion signature cuisine, which spotlights exciting elements of Thai, Indian, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, and French fine dining.
Bradley Ogden - Famed Bay Area chef Bradley Ogden, whose new take on classic "farm fresh" American cuisine has earned him national acclaim and a gallery of top culinary awards, opened his first restaurant outside of California at Caesars Palace. Ogden rose to national prominence as the executive chef for San Francisco's renowned Campton Place Hotel. Later, Ogden and partner Michael Dellar opened Ogden's signature restaurant, The Lark Creek Inn in Marin County, just north of San Francisco, which has been acclaimed by leading critics and publications as one of the best restaurants in the nation. It was followed by One Market Restaurant in San Francisco, Lark Creek in Walnut Creek and San Mateo, Yankee Pier in Larkspur, Parcel 104 in Santa Clara and Arterra in Del Mar.
Empress Court - Authentic Chinese cuisine and American Chinese cuisine favorites have a luxurious home in the Empress Court restaurant of Caesars Palace, named in USA Today among the top authentic Cantonese restaurants in the United States. Not only an exotic epicurean attraction for discriminating clientèle, Empress Court also serves the freshest, most tantalizing familiar American Chinese cuisine for all tastes. Empress Court boasts a culinary team that specializes in Hong Kong-style Cantonese cuisine and in adding the finest finishing touches to the more traditional Chinese fare.
Hyakumi - The Hyakumi (pronounced ya-Coo-me) Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar offers fresh sushi and sashimi prepared by master chef's, Teppan Yaki-style cooking and Japanese à la carte dining. À la carte dinner selections include combination plates featuring such favorites as Beef, Chicken or Fish Teriyaki, Yakitori, Shrimp and Vegetable Tempura. The dinner menu also spotlights a variety of soups, salads, vegetables, and noodles, such as Tempura and Salmon Shioyaki, Soba, Tempura Noodles, Somen, and Soba Pasta Salad.
Mesa Grill - Award-winning chef, best-selling cookbook author and popular television personality Bobby Flay brings the vibrant Southwestern cuisine of his acclaimed Mesa Grill to Las Vegas with his first restaurant outside of New York City at Caesars Palace. "My goal with Mesa Grill has always been to create boldly flavored food in a high-energy environment," said Flay. His tantalizing and innovative fare--like Shrimp and Roasted Corn Tamale, New Mexican Spice-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Bourbon-Ancho Chile Sauce, and Sweet Potato Tamale with Crushed Pecan Butter--has earned him numerous accolades and awards, and helped to establish his position as a leading New York chef and major American culinary force.
Neros - Specializing in dry-aged prime beef, tender chops, fresh fish and seafood, Neros boasts tantalizing American contemporary dinner selections for the most discriminating palates. Neros Chef Sean Griffin has created signature cuisine for the restaurant. Some of the entrées are classic favorites, but none are ordinary, and each is artistically presented in the tradition of great culinarians.
Terrazza - Savor the tastes of authentic Italian cuisine with risotto, antipasti, soups, fresh fish and seafood, the chef's own pasta, just baked pizza and focaccia breads. The romantic atmosphere and fine cuisine provide an intimate fine dining experience that will be long remembered.
Augustus Café - Overlooking the magnificent Roman Plaza is Augustus Café--a 24-hour casual dining experience featuring a diverse, mouth-watering array of cuisine.
Café Lago - Surround yourself in a contemporary Italian lake setting for a dining experience at Café Lago. Café Lago features diverse, international breakfast and lunch buffets daily, dinner buffets Friday and Saturday nights, and weekend brunch buffets.
Cypress Street Marketplace - Beneath a canopy of cypress trees, this innovative "Napa-Style Picnic in the Park"--the latest concept in casual dining--is both unique and value-oriented. Offering a wide variety of cuisines and specialty foods--infused oils, specialty sauces and exotic mustards, to name a few--it's the perfect place for an interactive culinary experience, dining on the go or gift hunting. Special lighting effects blend with artful architectural treatments to create a vibrant experience full of visual interest.
24-hour room service available
Caesars Palace offers the following bars:
PURE - With an unparalleled view of the Las Vegas Strip, PURE symbolizes a new standard in Las Vegas nightlife. With four distinct experiences enveloped in two stories of decadence, PURE is not just a nightclub; it is The Strip's first nightlife destination. At 40,000 square feet, PURE Nightclub is four venues in one, each featuring its own DJ, sound system and sexy style. Ride upstairs in the state-of-the-art, German-imported glass elevator, or ascend PURE's dramatic twisting staircase to the 14,000-square-foot Terrace, a hidden enclave offering incredible panoramic views of The Strip. All of this is connected to the hottest lounge to ever splash onto the Sin City scene. The Pussycat Dolls Lounge heats up with sizzling performances, adding another seductive element to Sin City's first true nightlife destination.
Terrazza Lounge - Terrazza Lounge is the ideal place to meet friends or enjoy a nightcap. Offering a beautifully appointed, spacious retreat, the lounge features a martini bar, tantalizing appetizers, and live entertainment nightly from 6pm to midnight. The Terrazza lounge is open in the morning from 6am until 11am so that guests can enjoy non-alcoholic beverages, coffees, and juices. The lounge makes a great spot to relax while waiting for a group or meeting.
Shadow: A Bar at Caesars Palace - Caesars Palace once again has raised the standard of Las Vegas nightlife with its destination lounge, Shadow: A Bar at Caesars Palace. Featuring contemporary designs and eclectic furnishings, the sensual atmosphere is enhanced by provocative shadow dancers, whose silhouetted performances bring the experience to the next level.
Cleopatra's Barge - A popular Las Vegas attraction, Cleopatra's Barge is an ornate replica of the sturdy but graceful craft that transported the royalty of Egypt on the Nile River in the times of Julius Caesar. This luxurious floating lounge showcases live music and DJ's spinning the latest pop hits, and features a dance floor that literally rocks. After working up a sweat on the floating dance floor, relax in the tiered seating that adjoins and overlooks the barge, while Cocktail goddesses in the diaphanous costumes of Cleopatra's handmaidens serve up tempting concoctions.
Galleria Bar - Just steps away from the excitement of the Palace Casino, sit back and relax in this elegantly comfortable lounge, where classic Vegas vibes merge with contemporary sophistication. Open 24-hours, Galleria Bar serves as a cozy spot for morning coffee, a relaxing residence for an afternoon respite, and a lively locale for happy hour cocktails and conversation.
Spanish Steps - Imagine enjoying a frozen fruit cocktail amidst the outdoor market atmosphere of the Roman Plaza. Spanish Steps will offer the full selection of Viale's Roman street fare from their take-out window. Unique tent architecture, the warmth of the sun and cool desert breezes complete the ambiance of Spanish Steps. The Spanish Steps in Rome were completed in 1725 by Francisco de Sanctis and lead to the Trinita dei Monti. Like the original, the Las Vegas Spanish Steps serve as a vibrant, outdoor meeting place.
Seahorse Lounge - Bringing "tranquilly hip" nightlife to Caesars Palace, this architecturally stunning addition to the resort's lounge offerings is inspired by the captivating underwater world of mermaids and seahorses. At the lounge entrance is a towering 1,700-gallon aquarium, surrounded by guest seating that offers an inviting 360-degree view of Australian Pot Belly Seahorses-–the focal centerpiece of their namesake lounge. Offering a full cocktail menu, the Seahorse Lounge features specialty martinis and a variety of more than 20 Champagnes served in half-bottles and individual "pops." Complementing the beverage menu is an assortment of fresh seafood appetizers. Specialty coffees and espressos, a popular morning refreshment, are always available.
-Caesars Palace has a minimum length of stay requirement for certain travel dates. Please contact your Vacations To Go travel counselor for additional details.
|Resort Rating Key|
|Exceptional (Premier property with finest services,
amenities and exquisite surroundings)
|Deluxe (Prime location with outstanding service, elegant accommodations and a wide array of amenities)|
|Good (Tastefully furnished accommodations with
assortment of amenities and services)
|Moderate (Comfortable accommodations with limited
amenities and services)
|Fair (Clean, basic, budget property)|
|Very limited appeal|