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Time Out says

With its storied history and uncanny ability to reinvent itself, the iconic casino resort continues to be one of the leading luxury properties on the Strip.

What is Caesars Palace?

Evel Knievel made the fountains famous. Celine Dion made residencies cool, and The Forum Shops brought luxury shopping to the city before anyone else. Today, Adele and Garth Brooks croon in the 4,300-seat Colosseum; ABSINTHE shocks audiences with its adults-only show and restaurant rule.

Is Caesars Palace worth visiting?

Absolutely. Its 85-acre center Strip location is ideal. The resort has 3,980 guest rooms, including the 182-room, Japanese-inspired boutique Nobu Hotel (and one of Nobu Matsuhisa’s largest restaurants). Guests beat the heat at the five-acre Garden of the Gods pool complex, relax at the luxurious Qua Baths & Spa, and party at OMNIA Nightclub with some of the world’s top DJs.

What’s the best way to see Caesars Palace?

Book a room to stay on the property, or just walk over and check it out.

Where is it good to eat around Caesars Palace?

Bacchanal Buffet is widely considered to be the city’s best buffet but the property has more than a dozen restaurants to experience. Guy Savoy serves elegant French cuisine, NY steakhouse Peter Luger just opened, and celebrity chefs Gordon Ramsay, Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, Guy Fieri, Lisa Vanderpump and pastry chef Dominique Ansel of cronut fame, all have restaurants or fast-casual eateries here.

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Ryan Slattery
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Ryan Slattery


Caesars Palace
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard S (Forum Shops)
Las Vegas
Cross street:
at W Flamingo Rd
Bus Deuce, 202
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