Las Vegas Hotel Guide – Caesar’s Palace

When it opened in 1966 (across from mobster Bugsy Siegel’s Flamingo Hotel), Caesar’s was the place to be.

Today, however, all the Roman Empire opulence — phoney marble busts, horn-blowing statues perched on Doric columns, cocktail waitresses in mini-togas with clip-on ponytails — seems dated. Caesar’s has tried keeping up with the Joneses and over the years has tacky-ed on several disparate, ugly additions and connected them all with enclosed moving walkways, which creates the feel of a gigantic hamster habitat. Enter and you may never find an exit. But when in Rome…

Gorge yourself at Bacchanal, a two-hour feast featuring all the wine you can drink, a shoulder rub from a wine god/goddess, belly dancers, and an audience with Caesar and Cleopatra. (Vomitorium not included.) Catch Tony Bennett or another big-name act at Circus Maximus.


Experience Caesar’s Magical Empire, a four-course dinner/magic show that takes place in an underground labyrinth. Swim through the Garden of the Gods. Shop at Versace. Check out a 3D movie about Mount Everest. Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s.


Rooms & Suites: More than 2400

  • Bacchanal: Six-course prix-fixe medley of continental cuisine
  • Caesar’s Magical Empire: Dining and magic acts in an elaborate, Roman environment
  • Hyakumi Restaurant and Sushi Bar: Japanese favourites in a serene and plush garden
  • Palace Court: Impeccable à la carte French cuisine, featuring classic dishes and cutting-edge creations
  • Empress Court: Hong Kong-style cuisine, overlooking the Garden of the Gods
  • Nero’s: Prime steaks aged to perfection, and fresh seafood flown in daily
  • Terrazza: Country rustic Italian cuisine
  • Cafe Roma: Eclectic, New York-style eatery open 24 hours and overlooking the Palace Casino
  • Palatium: The most sumptuous buffet in the Empire
  • La Piazza: Lively food court with nearly a dozen options

Shows & Attractions

  • Shadow Lounge: Features provocative dancers behind a sheer scrim screen
  • Circus Maximus: New and classic entertainers
  • Cleopatra’s Barge: Bar that looks like a ship
  • Smokey Joe’s Cafe: See Gladys Knight & The Pips
  • Omnimax Theater: Movies in 3D
  • Race for Atlantis: 3D motion simulator ride
  • Spa & Health Club: includes a rock climbing wall
  • Wedding Chapel: Nuptials in the Neptune Chapel
  • The Forum Shops: More than 70 premier retailers and restaurateurs

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