Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino

Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino

Caesars Palace has more than 3,400 rooms, three spacious casinos; race and sports book; showroom; four lounges with entertainment; 10 restaurants; health spa; squash court; beauty salon; barber shop; 24-hour room service; two swimming pools; Jacuzzi; Omnimax Theatre; Forum Shops; video arcade; parking garage; catering; convention facilities; 4,500-seat indoor pavilion; 15,300-seat outdoor stadium; 129,750-sq.-ft. casino.

Hotel Location: Center Strip, Las Vegas

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Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino Location Map
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109
Phone: (702) 731-7110
Fax: (702) 731-7172
Reservation Center: 800 241 6456

Location: On the Strip next to Bellagio

Direction: From I-15: Exit Flamingo East. At Las Vegas Blvd. turn left (North) and the entrance will be on the left. Follow the signs for Valet and Self Park.

Guest Rooms

Deluxe Rooms:
About 325 to 430 square feet with either one king bed or two double beds, located in the original Forum Towers, many feature Roman tubs and regally draped beds beneath mirrored ceilings.

Iron & ironing Board
Electronic in-room safe
Canopy-draped bed chamber
Alarm-clock radios bedside
25/27" Television with remote
Cable television with in room movies
On-screen checkout
Individual climate control
Writing desk equipped with phone
Hair dryer in bathroom
Separate shower and bathtub
24-hour Room Service

Augustus Spa Room:
The brand new Augustus Tower opened in August, 2005.

As an emperor, Augustus was a force to be reckoned with. The guest rooms found exclusively within his tower are no different. Highly stylized and sophisticated, the 600+ square-foot Augustus Tower guest rooms embody the classic elegance synonymous with Caesars Palace.

The fit-for-an-emperor bathroom features double vanities, an oversized spa tub, a walk-in shower and a 17? flat-screen TV. The sleeping quarters include a sitting area, a fully-stocked refreshment center, padded leather headboards, luxurious waffle-stitch bedding, a 32? flat-screen TV and a writing desk. A commitment to excellence is evident everywhere in these guest rooms, bathed in warm earth tones with cool accents.

32? flat-screen TV with Web TV
17? flat-screen TV in bathroom
Iron and ironing board
Refreshment center
Writing desk with phone
Elegant entrance hall
Spa tub
Bedside alarm clock and phone
CD player
Two guest robes
Electronic in-room safe
High-speed internet access
Ethernet cable for laptops

Palace Tower Spa Rooms:
Located in the new Palace Tower, Spa Rooms measure 500 square feet, with 9-foot ceilings to enhance a feeling of spaciousness. Signature-style marble and brass bathrooms feature split vanities as well as an oversized Spa tub with a multitude of jets. Each Palace Tower guest room has either one king bed or two queen beds with extended sitting area, four phone lines -- two voice lines, a data port line and a fax/modem line.

Small entrance hall with side table and mirror
Electronic lighted closet able to accommodate full length gowns
Iron & ironing Board
Electronic in-room safe
Alarm-clock radios bedside
25/27" Television with remote
Cable television with in room movies
On-screen checkout
Individual climate control
Writing desk equipped with phone
Dual line telephone with speaker phone features
Telephone with data port
High speed online access
Web TV
Small wetbar with black marble counter and refrigerator below
Spacious whirlpool with multitude of jets and separate shower
Enclosed toilet with an easily accessible telephone
Hair dryer in bathroom
Separate shower and bathtub
Glass enclosed marble showers
24-hour Room Service


Two magnificent casinos offer wagering on some of the most popular games in the world: blackjack, caribbean stud poker, roulette, craps, wheel of fortune, baccarat, pai-gow and slots with colossal multi-million dollar jackpots that tantalize and delight players from all over the globe.

You'll find an empire of slot machines, featuring payouts up to 97%. Also popular are The Palace's Million Dollar Babies, which reward the winner with a lump-sum (no annuities) jackpot. And Caesars Megabucks machines paid one lucky winner more than $21 million.. Our Harley and Mustang Carousels boast the chance to ride home in either a new motorcycle or a new convertible. Fantastic 28 ft. tall fiber optic neon Fountains of Fortune and Rapid Romans are popular with players who enjoy exciting slot machine action. Only at Caesars will you find Roman Rewards machines, the best way to make $1,000. Fast. At Caesars you'll be able to be a part of the famed Park Place Connection, where you can earn points that are redeemable for cash beyond any money you win in the casino.

New to gaming? Don't worry, the Palace's gaming experts will give you free lessons in the basic rules of Caesar's games.


Caesars Palace has the most impressive outdoor swimming pool areas. Encompassing 4.5 acres, the Garden of the Gods features three swimming pools and two outdoor whirlpool spas set among meticulously landscaped courtyards and surrounded by classically inspired statues and fountains.


The Spa at Caesars
A 23,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art retreat for the ultimate in fitness and pampering, located on the second floor of the Palace Tower. It offers the world's leading body treatments -- some not widely available in the United States.

Fitness Center
The 6,500-sq. ft. fitness center offers everything you need for the perfect workout. Stationary bicycles and stair-steppers offer fun virtual reality video games that encourage you to peddle harder and step faster. "Smart" (computerized) weight machines adjust automatically to your strength. And, for today's ultimate burn, try the rock-climbing treadwall.


La Piazza Lounge
Live bands play Top 40 tunes, rock 'n' roll, R & B and swing beginning at 10 p.m. nightly while guests overlook the Forum Casino excitement.

Forum Lounge
Popular quartets play light jazz, country and adult contemporary favorites 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday in this circular lounge at the heart of the Forum Casino.

Terrazza Lounge
Jazz trios entertain nightly 6 p.m. to midnight in this comfortable night spot that overlooks the Court of Fountains.


Hyakumi Restaurant and Sushi Bar
The Hyakumi (pronounced yah-COO-me, translated "100 tastes") Restaurant offers traditional and innovative contemporary Japanese favorites in the serene atmosphere of a Japanese garden Restaurant. When you make your reservations, be sure to specify your choice of seating in the Teppan Yaki section -- where a chef will prepare your dinner at a tableside grill -- or a la carte dining. The sushi bar, which overlooks the casino and Cleopatra's Barge Nightclub, offers an extensive menu of the freshest sushi and sashimi, with a varied beverage selection that includes Japanese beer and several fine sakes. Waitresses in authentic kimonos and obis and stunning interior decor contribute to the restaurant's atmosphere of graceful hospitality -- honoring a centuries-old tradition of Japanese fine dining. The restaurant (dinner only) and the sushi bar are open Tuesday through Saturday. Jackets are optional for gentlemen. Reservations suggested.

Empress Court
Overlooking the spectacular Garden of the Gods swimming pools and gardens, the Empress Court was inspired by the superb dining destinations in Hong Kong. Order a la carte, or select one of two multi-course feasts. The menu also spotlights varied Asian fare, including Malay, Thai and Indonesian delicacies -- meticulously prepared and beautifully presented. Giant kitchen fresh water and salt water aquaria house daily shipments than can include live rock cod, dungeness crab and lobster. Jackets are suggested for gentlemen. Open for dinner Thursday through Monday. Reservations suggested.

A la carte selections of prime steaks aged to perfection, fresh seafood and fish flown in daily, lamb, chicken and veal spotlight the talents of Neros master chef Daniel Sturm, and his talented culinary team. Nothing is ordinary at Neros. The crab cakes, Caesar Salad and fallen chocolate souffle (mmm!) have been feature in national television broadcasts. Neros serves dinner seven nights weekly. Suggested attire: country club casual (dress shorts acceptable May through September only) Open for dinner seven nights weekly. Reservations suggested.

Terrazza (pronounced tear-ahtz-ah) is the name of the new 220-seat restaurant and lounge in the Garden of the Gods pool area. Italian for terrace, Terrazza is located on the pool level at the juncture of the Roman Tower and the new Palace Tower, and features country rustic Italian cuisine. The new facility features an exhibition kitchen, authentic, wood-burning, brick pizza oven and both interior dining and dining alfresco on a poolside terrace. Serving dinner only, Terrazza's glass-enclosed pavilion seating offers a full view of the pool and gardens. The restaurant can be accessed through the Palace Casino and Palace Tower. Terrazza's plush lounge spotlights the performances of live jazz trios Wednesday through Sunday evenings.

This restaurant offers the chef1s Hawaiian-themed fusion signature cuisine. The 808 menu offers a variety of seafood appetizers and main courses. Chef de Cuisine Wesley Coffel also prepares veal, beef, chicken and lamb entr?es. The dessert offerings tempt anyone with a love of tropical fruits, ice cream or delicious sweets.

La Piazza
The La Piazza Food Court offers nine outlets: an international bakery, which offers flaky croissants and just-baked cinnamon rolls, as well as rich pastries and other tempting breakfast and dessert favorites; a New York-style deli; the American Grill; a pasta and pizza stop; a Chinese selection; a Japanese entry; a Mexican eatery; a salad bar; and a sumptuous ice cream fountain.

Cafe Lago
Surround yourself in a contemporary Italian lake setting for a new 24-hour dining experience at Cafe Lago (Cafe by the Lake), featuring a diverse, international ? la carte menu as well as complete breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets.

The Empire's most sumptuous buffet, the Palatium offers an intriguing array of fresh salads, bread, vegetables, fine meats and hot entrees and luscious desserts. The Palatium boasts a double-line food service center, two carving stations, two dessert islands and two frozen yogurt sundae buffets. It offers separate breakfast, lunch and dinner menus Monday through Friday, with special brunch menus for the weekend and holidays and champagne brunches each Saturday and Sunday. Selected ethnic themes highlight the dinner menu.


The Forum Shops at Caesars
The Forum Shops at Caesars is Las Vegas? premier retail, dining and entertainment destination, featuring more than 160 boutiques and shops as well as 13 restaurants and specialty food shops. The Forum Shops have held on to their position as the most successful shopping venue in the country through continual progress.

The most recent expansion added 175,000 square feet and additional levels that extend the mall out to Las Vegas Boulevard, where a grand pedestrian plaza creates a signature entrance for The Forum Shops at Caesars.

It also has a 50,000 gallon aquarium where the show "Atlantis" takes place.

The hours are:
From 10:00 am to 11:00 pm Sun - Thur
From 10:00 am to Mid-night Fri & Sat


Absinthe is coming to Las Vegas, Spiegeltent at Caesars Palace. Described by The New York Times as Cirque du Soleil channeled through The Rocky Horror Show,this is an intoxicating collision of circus, burlesque and vaudeville featuring curious creatures, heavenly bodies and outrageous comedy. This most entertaining nouveau cirque is presented nightly inside the intimate Spiegeltent, a 100 year old wooden show tent from Europe, opulently decorated with mirrors, stained glass and velvet. Outside, the strip comes alive as this carnival wonderland for adults rolls on before the show at the Spiegelworld Beer Garden with its outdoor bars and VIP speakeasy.
Age Limit: 18 or older
Show Time: 7:30 PM, 10 PM
Dark Days: Monday Tuesday
Price Per Person (Taxes included):
Seating II: $129.90, Seating III: $116.00,
Processing Fee: $10.00 per ticket.
Cancellation Policy: No Cancel, No Exchange, No Refunds

Shania Twain
Shania Twain, international superstar and the worlds best-selling female country artist of all time, returns to the stage and vocal spotlight with a two-year residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Age Limit: 18 or older
Show Time: 7:30pm,
Dark Days: NONE
Price Per Person (Taxes included):
Seating II: $179.00, Seating III: $159.00, Seating IV: $109.00
Processing Fee: $15.00 per ticket.
Cancellation Policy: No Cancel, No Exchange, No Refunds