Caesars Palace

The Strip, Las Vegas

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

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

Where is it

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

Hotel information

3,980 rooms in 5 towers on up to 29 floors with 48 lifts in total. Rooms all offer air-conditioning, 2 LCD TVs, WiFi*, safe, iron and board, dual rain bath showerheads and hairdryer. Non-smoking rooms on request. Forum Classic Room offers 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Julius Deluxe Room with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

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

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

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

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

25 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! 7 bars. Various lounges with live entertainment. 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. Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis featuring 7 Roman-style outdoor swimming pools (open seasonally) and 2 outdoor spas. Fitness centre. QUA Spa with 22 treatment rooms*. 24-hour room service*. WiFi*. Laundry/dry-cleaning service*. Concierge service. Forum Shops. Self-parking $15, valet parking $23, plus tax per night (payable locally, subject to change).

This hotel has a resort fee of $45 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 - $100.00 per day is a required deposit for incidentals upon arrival in addition to room, resort fees and taxes. 

 

 

 

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Apr 14, 2021 them0ntagues San Diego, California

So I booked this through Travelocity some months back. I booked a Studio and there was no problem with pricing or check-in. The problems started after check-in. 1st of all, there were 3 times more children there than adults. The pool was overbooked all three days we were there and the hotel had a policy that masks were mandatory while not in the… Read more
So I booked this through Travelocity some months back. I booked a Studio and there was no problem with pricing or check-in. The problems started after check-in. 1st of all, there were 3 times more children there than adults. The pool was overbooked all three days we were there and the hotel had a policy that masks were mandatory while not in the actual water...that's right, even with social distancing protocols, mask tan lines. None of the essentials shops were open except the one in the main lobby. The food courts and restaurants, except the high priced one didn't open til 11am. There was a keurig machine in the room but the hotel offered NO K'cups. Customer service was non existent at Ceasers. Even though we prepaid the studio, Ceasars charged me a $51/day resort fee after the fact and would not give me a logical reason why. Never again will I stay at a Ceasers property Read less
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Apr 13, 2021 Kristin A

My boyfriend had walked through several casinos years ago with his family. When we decided to plan a last minute trip to Vegas this month he recommended I book this hotel. This humongous hotel was amazing and classy!! There were so many exquisite details put into the decor, sculptures, fountains, art work, lighting, flooring etc. , . I'm not even… Read more
My boyfriend had walked through several casinos years ago with his family. When we decided to plan a last minute trip to Vegas this month he recommended I book this hotel. This humongous hotel was amazing and classy!! There were so many exquisite details put into the decor, sculptures, fountains, art work, lighting, flooring etc. , . I'm not even sure what percentage of the hotel we actually walked through due to its' size. Our room, that was in 'The Palace', floor 5 room 500 overlooked part of the pool area. It was well maintained and very clean. Maid service came everyday. In our room we had a king bed (super comfortable) for the two of us had TWO separate bathrooms with a spacious shower dividing them- what a cool concept. We don't have trouble sharing a bathroom but this was an unexpected surprise (didn't read the room descriptions close enough I guess). A strange perk we didn't get with the room were coffee pods for the Keurig. You could "buy" a coffee package from their min bar selection for around $12 (without even knowing what or how much was in the box-but it was quite small). We went to CVS instead and bought a big coffee pod box for$10. We had appetizers, drinks, and a breakfast at the restaurant by the lobby (can't recall the name?). The menu is fairly small but we still found delicious things to eat. There was a crazy amount of places to eat at in all different types of cuisines and price points. We ate at their food court one day for lunch which had some decent options if your short on time. Beware however-we got a hoagie at one place and a single can of pop or sparkling water was $5.99. Per can?? Guess we should've walked down a ways and bought one at the many shops throughout the hotel or brought our own. We knew things would be expensive in Vegas, but some prices are ridiculous (we aren't cheapskates by any means just try to be conscious of the price gouging going on). We thought about enjoying the pool for an afternoon but having to "rent" a pool chair for $100 per person changed our minds pretty quick. $200 to swim for a couple hours at "our hotel"?The pool opens at 9:00 am and people started lining up at crazy early hours yet that still wouldn't guarantee a spot (and remember this was during COVID- I can only imagine what it's like during "normal" years trying to "rent" a chair). However, we had no problem paying $175 for an amazing massage at their beautiful and calming spa. Although many parts of the spa we couldn't use due to COVID the staff did their best to pamper us. The hotel was centrally located within the strip which made walking all over a breeze. One day we walked over 6 miles! We did need to take a cab a couple of times. The hotel had an employee that organized getting cabs for each group and then telling the driver where we needed to go. Super quick and easy. We aren't into gambling yet still had lots of fun going to shows, museums, restaurants, and shops. Our 4 day/3 night stay left us wanting to return soon for another, much longer stay. Read less
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Apr 13, 2021 Tammy T Ardmore, United States

First of all, I’m Horribly disappointed with the turn Vegas Strip has made in their Blackjack rules. Only found tables that pay 6-5 and $25 minimum. If you’re a cheap gambler, like me, this is NOT the place for you!! Now for Caesar’s- it’s a beautiful place. It’s honestly not any greater than Paris across the street. Paris is much more… Read more
First of all, I’m Horribly disappointed with the turn Vegas Strip has made in their Blackjack rules. Only found tables that pay 6-5 and $25 minimum. If you’re a cheap gambler, like me, this is NOT the place for you!! Now for Caesar’s- it’s a beautiful place. It’s honestly not any greater than Paris across the street. Paris is much more reasonably priced. Drink staff at the tables is VERY scarce!! Read less
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Apr 13, 2021 rosa934 Oxnard, California

I expected a lot more from a high end hotel. We did not have any extra blankets, or towels, no fridge and we had a suite. Check in & check out was not easy and took long to process. Overall not satisfied considering the fact that this is a high end hotel.
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Apr 13, 2021 Clint H

So if you are completely social distancing at the pool in your chair in the sun, you have to wear a mask? You can totally swim and talk to strangers in the pool with no mask. Hotel was great, but who wants a suntan with a mask?