Caesars Palace Hotel Las Vegas welcomes you to an incredible world of opulence and splendor, where impeccable service reigns supreme and luxury beckons at every turn.
Celebrating the glory that was Greece and the grandeur that was Rome, this 85-acre destination location sets the standard for entertainment, dining and luxury. From the moment you walk through the doors of Caesars Palace, you will know that you have arrived at the most prestigious resort in the world.
Number of rooms: 3960 rooms and suites in five towers- Augustus, Centurion & Forum
Octavius Tower at Caesars Palace 668 rooms & suites
The NOBU Hotel at Caesars Palace 182 rooms & suites Caesars Palace Room Categories
The Octavius Tower at Caesars Palace Las Vegas is a 668-room hotel tower that includes 60 suites and six luxury villas. The Octavius Tower offers a unique luxurious resort experience with
a private entrance, separate hotel lobby and direct access to the Garden of the Gods pool oasis and gardens.
Caesars Palace Las Vegas Amenities
Qua Baths & Spa
Experience the amenities and Artisans that make Qua the finest spa destination on earth. Qua Baths & Spa, most transcendent services, include the Mystic Journey, a body treatment ritual that combines bamboo body exfoliation, moisturizing, an essential oil facial, aromatherapy and a scalp massage; and Hawaiian Lomi-Lomi, an authentic healing massage based on the Hawaiian concepts of working with the mind, body and spirit in unison.
Open daily 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. ; Phone: (866) 782-0655
Qua Baths & Spa, 50,000 sq. ft. spa and barber salon is located in the Augustus Tower. Salon services available in Color- A Salon by Michael Boychuck.
Hours 10am - 6pm Sunday thru. Thursday
9am - 7pm Friday and Saturday ; Phone: (866) 730-7791
Spa & Fitness Center
The Caesars Palace Las Vegas spa & fitness center is open 6:00AM - 8:00PM. For hotel guests and walk-ins, the daily fee for the gym only is $25 a day or 3 day pass for $50.
The Roman Ritual package is available for $45 a day, which includes:
Fitness Center, Roman Baths, Laconium Room, Arctic Ice Room, Tea sommelier,
Robe and Slippers, Sauna (Hours and fees are subject to change.)
Caesars Palace Las Vegas Nightlife
Fizz Las Vegas, Shadow Bar, Seahorse Lounge, Cleopatra’s Barge and Lobby Bar. More Info:
The Venus Pool Club, at Caesars Palace provides an exclusive adult alternative to the typical Las Vegas pool experience. The topless sunbathing pool is just off the main pool area, with a screen separating the two.
Bacchanal Buffet Buffet - Featuring more than 500 individual menu items. International breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets daily, and a weekend champagne brunch with omelettes cooked to order, hand-carved herb-crusted prime rib, eggs Benedict, fresh jumbo shrimp, and crab legs on ice. (702) 731-7928.
Beijing Noodle No. 9 Asian - Casual noodle house serving soups, dim sum and noodle and rice dishes. Highlights include the Peking duck and pan-fried king prawn in a Chinese wine sauce. (702) 862-3530.
Border Grill Mexican - Mexican favorites seen through a modern lens. The Forum Shops at Caesars, (702) 854-6700.
Carmine's Italian - Family-style Italian fare served in "wow-sized" portions. The Forum Shops at Caesars, (702) 473-9700.
Forum Food Court Quick Bites - It's fast food elevated with well-known brands such as DiFara Pizza, Earl of Sandwich, Graeters, La Gloria, Phillips Seafood, Smashburger, Starbucks and Tiger Wok & Ramen.
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill British - More than 80 beers and a menu consisting of bangers and mash, and fish and chips, make this a true British pub. (702) 731-7410.
Il Mulino New York Italian - Serving rustic, hearty cuisine of the Abruzzi region where they were raised and is known for its veal and shellfish. The Forum Shops at Caesars, (702) 492-6000.
Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab Seafood - Crack some claws or dive into other fresh seafood dishes, such as the jumbo crab cakes and oysters Rockefeller, or sink a fork into succulent steaks like the 28-ounce porterhouse. (702) 792-9222.
Mesa Grill Southwestern - Bold and innovative flavors of the Southwest can be found in all of Chef Bobby Flay's dishes like the New Mexican spice-rubbed pork tenderloin with bourbon-ancho chili sauce. (702) 650-5965.
Nobu Caesars Palace Asian - Tantalizing Japanese cuisine awaits at Chef Nobu Matsuhisa's whimsical 12,775-square-foot restaurant. (702) 785-6674.
Old Homestead Steakhouse Steak House - One of New York City's most historic steak houses is now on the Strip. (702) 731-7560.
Payard Pâtisserie & Bistro French - A pastry shop and bistro from award-winning French Chef François Payard sells gourmet chocolates and desserts. Open for breakfast and lunch. (702) 731-7292.
Rao's Italian - Legendary East Harlem restaurant brings its home-style Italian food and its famous lemon chicken to Las Vegas. (702) 731-7267.
Restaurant Guy Savoy French - Gourmet dining from French Chef Guy Savoy. (702) 731-7286.
Searsucker American - Chef Brian Malarkey's contemporary spin on American comfort foods, set in a laid-back atmosphere. (702) 853-4342.
Serendipity 3 American - Try a delicious sundae or the famous Frrrozen Hot Chocolate, a blend of 20 types of chocolate and other American comfort foods.(702) 731-7373.
Sushi Roku Asian - Innovative Japanese cuisine and sushi. The Forum Shops at Caesars, (702) 733-7373.
Trevi Trevi - Pasta dishes, brick-oven fired pizzas and homemade gelato served in a "patio" setting near the Fountain of the Gods. The Forum Shops at Caesars, (702) 735-4663.
Neil Leifer Gallery at Caesars Palace Las Vegas
The Neil Leifer Gallery at Caesars Palace spotlights the work of Neil Leifer a noted photographer for the Time family of magazines.
Neil Leifer who was the recipient of the Lucie Award, the most prestigious honor in photography, had over 170 photos published on the cover of Sports Illustrated, and dozens more in Time and People magazine.
Leifer was one of the only two photographers with color film in his camera when Ali knocked out Sonny Liston in Lewiston, Maine, and his image of the moment "Muhammad Ali standing over a fallen Sonny Liston" has become not just one of his most famous photos, but one of the most memorable sports photos of all time.
His other recognizable works on display include Secretariat winning the Kentucky Derby and President John F. Kennedy with Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson after throwing out the first pitch of the 1961 baseball season.
All of the pictures displayed at the Neil Leifer Gallery and the Caesars Palace Poker Room are available for purchase.
The Neil Leifer Gallery is located on the casino level of the Augustus Tower at Caesars Palace and is open seven days a week from 10 am until 10 pm.
Admission is free.
Caesars Palace Las Vegas Shopping
The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace features 165 merchants and restaurants including BOA Prime Grill, The Cheesecake Factory, Chinois, Il Mulino
New York, Joe’s Stone Crab, La Salsa, Planet Hollywood, Spago, Stage Deli,
Sushi Roku, The Palm Restaurant and Trevi.
Appian Way Shops boosts 20 retail stores.
Taxi Fare to Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Approximate Taxi fare from McCarran International Airport (Terminal 1 & 3) to Caesars Palace
Most Direct Taxi Route
Approximate Average Fare for the most direct route is Paradise Road/Swenson $21.20
Caesars Palace Las Vegas Resort Fee
Room reservations at Caesars Palace Las Vegas are subject to a daily resort fee of $32 tax inclusive, per day to be added at check-in. Caesars Palace Las Vegas resort fee includes:
Daily in-room high speed internet access for two devices,
All local calls, and
Fitness center access for two daily
Caesars Palace Las Vegas WIFI Access
At Caesars Palace Las Vegas wireless internet (WIFI) access is available in all guest rooms. The charges are as follows for all areas:
$14.99 - 24 hours in-room only
$24.99 - 24 hours for property-wide roaming
$34.99 – 24 hours for Inter-property roaming (Bally, Paris, Caesars Palace and Flamingo)
Note:(two devices are covered through the resort fees)
Access to the Flamingo / Caesars Palace Monorail Station
You will find the Flamingo / Caesars Palace Station located at the Flamingo Las Vegas on the east side of Las Vegas Blvd. Go through the Flamingo lobby toward the parking garage to get to the Monorail Station.
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Caesars Palace Las Vegas Accommodation
The following amenities are provided to guests of the Caesars Palace Las Vegas.
Three large, heated outdoor swimming pools in the 4.5-acre Garden of the Gods pool complex
240,000 sq. ft. meeting/convention/ballroom facilities plus a Meeting-Convention Services Center
24-hour Room Service
Dry Cleaning Services
Wireless Internet in all guest rooms
Four valet parking entrances
Self -Parking in Covered Parking Garage - no parking charge Pet Friendly Las Vegas Hotel
Caesars Palace Las Vegas Entertainment
Since opening its doors in August of 1966, Caesars Palace has set the standard in entertainment by nightly offering its guests the best performers and musicians. The 4,300-seat Colosseum currently spotlights world class entertainers such as
and other premiere talents
Nightlife Hotspots at Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Numb Bar & Frozen Cocktails
VISTA Cocktail Lounge
Caesars Palace Las Vegas Attractions
Fall of Atlantis - Animatronic figures, children of Atlantis, battle over leadership of Atlantis. Festival Fountain - Animatronic figures, very lifelike, recount the story of Atlantis. Caesars Chalet Ice Rink - Enjoy a complete winter wonderland experience at the Caesars Chalet Ice Rink, located at the hotel's Bella Luce Terrace. Art Gallery - See Neil Leifer's photographs in this permanent art gallery. (more details below) Hours: Fall of Atlantis and Festival Fountain: Every hour on the hour Sun-Thur, 10am - 11pm; Fri and Sat, 10am - midnight.
Caesars Palace Las Vegas offers FREE self parking to hotel guests and visitors at its garage located off the Las Vegas Strip. Complimentary valet is also available, when space allows. Parking garage clearance is 6 feet 10 inches.
There are no Oversized parking at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, however you may park your oversized vehicle at either Harrah's or The LINQ free oversized back lots and walk back across the Las Vegas strip to Caesars Palace.
Did you know...
The Statue of David by Michelangelo,
located at the Appian way shops and in front of Caesars is one of the most famous sculptures in the world. The original sculpture stands nearly two stories high. Click here for more Las Vegas Facts.