Caesars Palace

The Strip, Las Vegas

Virgin rating

The hotel

This Las Vegas legend hasn’t outlasted many of its neighbours by accident. Look beyond its decadent glory-of-Rome exterior and you’ll find supremely well-appointed, contemporary rooms and suites without a whiff of white marble overkill. There are few Vegas resorts that can hold a Roman candle to Caesar’s casino and gaming options, while foodies could happily spend days ticking off the relaxed and upscale eateries on offer. Likewise, if retail therapy is on your mind, the resort’s Forum Shops is an opulent mall that’s been dubbed ‘The Shopping Wonder of the World’. And did we mention that Caesar’s Palace continues to host the grandest of grand Vegas performers such as Celine Dion at its 4,000 plus seater Colosseum stadium?

Amenities

  • Wheelchair access
  • Bar
  • Casino
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Night Club
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool

Where is it

In the heart of The Strip. Transfer time from Las Vegas airport: 14 minutes.

Hotel information

3,960 rooms in 5 towers on up to 24 floors with 48 lifts in total. Rooms all offer air-conditioning, LCD TV, complimentary WiFi, safe, iron and board, minibar*, bathroom amenities, and hairdryer. 

Forum Classic Rooms are located at the northern end of the hotel, close to The Colosseum and The Forum shops, with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Julius Deluxe Rooms are located in the centre of the property, with easy access to the casino, and feature 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Octavius Premium Rooms are located at the Southern end of the hotel, close to the pool and the lobby, with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Palace Premium Rooms are located in the Palace Tower, a short walk from the pools and shops, with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Palace Strip View Room with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Palace Pool View Room with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Palace Premium Studio, which is larger in size, with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Octavius Pool View Room with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Augustus Premium Rooms are located at the Southern end of the hotel, close to the pool and the lobby, with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Palace Strip View Room with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Augustus Strip View Room with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Augustus Fountain View Room 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Forum Petite Suite, with spacious living area and dining table, as well as 1 king-size, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Forum Classic Suite, with spacious living area and dining table, as well as 1 king-size, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Julius Executive Suite, in the centre of the property, with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Augustus Premium Suite, with an open living room and separate seating areas, and 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults. 


19 restaurants in the hotel and Forum Shops complex offering Italian, Japanese, Chinese, American, steaks, Italian, pizzas, several bars and lounges. Including the world’s first Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen, and Bacchanal Buffet - a 21st century adaptation that will serve up an over-the-top feast created by a team of master chefs, offering the most variety on the Las Vegas Strip featuring more than 500 food items! 9 bars & lounges with live entertainment, including Vanderpump Cocktail Garden, and OMNIA nightclub.

The Colosseum, the place for world-famous acts. Omnia nightclub merges the opulent, classic design of the physical space with state-of-the-art, modern technology. Absinthe at The Roman Plaza.

Casino with 185 table games, 1,324 slot machines, and 18 screens. Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis featuring 7 Roman-style outdoor swimming pools (open seasonally) and 2 outdoor spas. Poolside cabanas*. Fitness centre. QUA Baths and Spa with 22 treatment rooms*. The Forum Shops featuring approximately 160 specialty stores, fine restaurants and attractions. 

24-hour room service*. Complimentary WiFi. Concierge service. Color Salon by Michael Boychuck*. Self-parking $18, valet parking $23, plus tax per night (payable locally, subject to change).

This hotel has a resort fee of $45.95 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change)

Resort fee includes: - Fitness centre admission for 2 people, per day - In-room Internet access for 2 devices, per day - All local calls. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page

*Denotes local charge.

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Please note: One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room.

Please note: Incidental Deposit on Credit or Debit Card is $50 per day payable upon arrival in addition to resort fees and taxes.  No option for cash deposit.

 

 

 

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May 15, 2022 Marren6969

Not a good visit. The valet and parking signage sucks. Ended up going to the wrong valet and then the valet near the self parking had no bell service. Complimentary self parking and valet is misleading. The row of check in kiosks near self parking were not working. Check in lines were ridiculously long. The lady who assisted me at the check in… Read more
Not a good visit. The valet and parking signage sucks. Ended up going to the wrong valet and then the valet near the self parking had no bell service. Complimentary self parking and valet is misleading. The row of check in kiosks near self parking were not working. Check in lines were ridiculously long. The lady who assisted me at the check in kiosk argued with me and said she couldn’t apply my points until checkout which meant I’d have to wait in like again on Sunday. However another employee was able to apply them when I asked on Saturday. The concert venue was good. The spa and massage were the saving grace of this trip. I won’t be back. I prefer Palazzo. Read less
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May 15, 2022 Joelcastaneda33 Keizer, Oregon

Prob one of the worst stays I have stayed at in Las Vegas I go multiple times a year and a Caesar’s reward member. I upgraded our stay for a suit for wife’s bday prob one of the worst dated rooms there is at Caesar’s. Also got charged for early check in when they never txted me that my room was ready and when it was it was like 30 mins before… Read more
Prob one of the worst stays I have stayed at in Las Vegas I go multiple times a year and a Caesar’s reward member. I upgraded our stay for a suit for wife’s bday prob one of the worst dated rooms there is at Caesar’s. Also got charged for early check in when they never txted me that my room was ready and when it was it was like 30 mins before check in. I will not be staying at Caesar’s palace ever again very disappointed customer. There is no where u can complain our room was dirty and the cabinets were falling apart, also the heater was broken. Only had 1 roll of toilet paper and only 1 towel. Read less
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May 14, 2022 VJGinBos Boston, Massachusetts

Forum rooms are tired and a bit grubby feeling. For > $400 per night I expected a bit more glam. The 2 device internet limit is mean for a resort fee of > $50 per day. All in all not a great deal but central and on the strip so … top pro tip: download the Caesar’s App and do the express checkin. Checkin was a ZOO. Even express was a disaster… Read more
Forum rooms are tired and a bit grubby feeling. For > $400 per night I expected a bit more glam. The 2 device internet limit is mean for a resort fee of > $50 per day. All in all not a great deal but central and on the strip so … top pro tip: download the Caesar’s App and do the express checkin. Checkin was a ZOO. Even express was a disaster - machines without toner and the one guy running it overwhelmed. Imagine supermarket self checkout but everyone has a fully cart. But with the app I jumped the line of people waiting to speak to the lone rep, got the keys and even tho the receipt didn’t print and I didn’t know our room number but it WAS on the app. Their email system was also down so I never got the QR code emailed for checkin but it still worked. I spent 24 hours at the hotel and didn’t speak to a single Caesar’s employee - is that a good thing in the hospitality industry? Read less
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May 14, 2022 Penny M Marion, Iowa

Ceasar's Palace is a grand and tired hotel. We arrived Monday, May 11th, and left Friday, May 14th. Our room was #363 in the Julius Tower. Location was convenient for how we wanted to use the resort, but the property is enormous so everything was still a walk. My advice is to keep your mobility level in mind if you book a room here. Check in… Read more
Ceasar's Palace is a grand and tired hotel. We arrived Monday, May 11th, and left Friday, May 14th. Our room was #363 in the Julius Tower. Location was convenient for how we wanted to use the resort, but the property is enormous so everything was still a walk. My advice is to keep your mobility level in mind if you book a room here. Check in service wasn't too bad since we arrived on a Monday. We did express check-in and only stood in line about 30 minutes. However, Thursday and Friday night we watched people standing in horrendously long lines! I've no question that they were in line far longer. This is the result of Caesar's policy that charges $55 extra for you to check in before 4 PM. After seeing the lines Thursday and Friday night, I recommend arriving early and paying the extra money to avoid the frustration of standing in line 2 hours. Julius Tower room 363 has a view of the roof. The carpet is stained and torn in a couple places. The furniture was knicked and scratch, but everything in the bathroom worked. Aside from, that everything appeared clean, with no stains on the bedding or towels. The bedding was of good quality. The towels, however, were rough and of poor quality, but not stained or dirty. They are very stingy with the towels, contact housekeeping immediately to ask for extra towels and for your room to be cleaned and freshened daily. Yes, that's right. They won't be cleaning your room daily unless you ask for it. Absolutely, EVERYTHING, you buy there will be exorbitantly priced. In general, Las Vegas is no longer a place to go for a reasonably priced vacation. $26 for two rum and cokes. We paid $10 for a bottle of water inside the Collesium while attending a show there. Overall, customer service people were friendly and helpful. We will not stay here again, but then, after 4 trips to Vegas, we won't be back. It was the most shockingly expensive trip we've ever taken. Read less
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May 14, 2022 timonk120

The buildings, the casino, and the rooms are spacious and nicely decorated. However, it is nothing you shouldn't expect for the price. The technology (especially in the rooms) is very out-dated and the guest service overall is nothing but poor. We arrived on a friday and the check in process took more than 1.5 hours. Furthermore, we and everyone… Read more
The buildings, the casino, and the rooms are spacious and nicely decorated. However, it is nothing you shouldn't expect for the price. The technology (especially in the rooms) is very out-dated and the guest service overall is nothing but poor. We arrived on a friday and the check in process took more than 1.5 hours. Furthermore, we and everyone else (according to an employee) had trouble getting the luggage. All in all it was a lot of waiting. Generally speaking, only the overly expensive drinks helped with the guests' frustration. Read less