A mainstay of the Las Vegas Strip, Caesars Palace truly offers something (or many things!) for all types of revelers. What will you do first? Dinner? Entertainment? Casino games? Nightclubs? A spa day? Perhaps a return trip is already in order.
Caesars Palace has long been known as the place to be in Las Vegas for world-class entertainment. Headliners include Celine Dion, Elton John, Reba McEntire, Brooks & Dunn, and a slew of comedy headliners and traveling shows.
The entertainment venues at Caesars Palace aren’t the only star-studded locales you’ll find during your visit. Plenty of famous chefs have put their stamp on the resort’s culinary experiences. Check out Bobby Flay’s Southwestern flavors at Mesa Grill, British fare at The Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, or an elegant dinner at Restaurant Guy Savoy, which serves up elegant French cuisine created by the famed Michelin-star chef of the same name. If you're in a hurry, Giada De Laurentiis and her restaurant Pronto, offers fresh breakfast, lunch and dinner options that can be enjoyed leisurely or on the go.
In addition to food lovers, Caesars Palace also draws in gamers of all stripes, from those just trying their luck at one of the many slot machines, to serious gamblers playing in the 62-table poker room. The 129,000-square-foot casino also boasts a fast-paced 250-seat race and sports book.
When it’s time to unwind from the gourmet food, late-night gaming, and heart-pounding entertainment, why not treat yourself to an indulgent day at the 55,000-square-foot Qua Baths & Spa. With hair, skin and nail treatments in addition to its signature Roman bath rituals, you may find yourself in the midst of one-of-a-kind experiences. Take it from us and try the Arctic Ice Room, the only one of its kind in the world.
If dancing the night away is a better stress reliever, look no further than Omnia, one of the trendiest nightclubs in all of Las Vegas.