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What you might like at Caesars Palace Las Vegas: The Forum shops are clearly the jewel of Caesars Palace with great restaurants and shopping options for every taste. The new Augustus Tower will impress you with its large flat screen TV’s and opulent restrooms. Eating at Spago for lunch and Old Homestead for dinner with a little Shania Twain sandwiched in between. There is so much to do at Caesars Palace Las Vegas.
What you might not like at Caesars Palace Las Vegas: The prices at Caesars Palace are still on the rise, it is an expensive place to stay and to play. The crowds can also be a bit annoying as you walk through the casino. People funnel in from the Forum shops and the north end of the casino can get crowded. Caesars Palace is a Las Vegas institution so you get plenty of people walking through the casino.
My suggestion for Caesars Palace Las Vegas:
Spend a few hours watching a game at the sports book or relaxing at the pools. Both of these locations are examples of the extra attention to detail that Caesars Palace employs when catering to its guests. A heated pool in the middle of winter and large chairs for lounging in the sports book can accent any day at Caesars Palace. When you’re done relaxing have a bottle of wine and people watch at Spago in the Forum Shops. Spago maybe one of the best deals in Las Vegas.
Do you like Poker? The Poker room at Caesars Palace is large and always has a game going. Daily tournaments allow you to brush up on your tournament playing skills and give you a chance to play for larger payouts.
Rooms at Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino: 3000+ and each of them are appointed nicely. Even if you are in the oldest tower, the Centurion, you still have a spacious room that has been upgraded from its original look. The newer towers offer some of the largest rooms on the strip and some of the most lavish. The large baths are impressive and the views from the huge windows will make you want to sleep with the curtain wide open. Keep an eye out for the extra fancy stuff that ends up in your restroom and soon in your luggage such as fine shampoo, hand lotion and a nice toothbrush. The rates can start at around $120 but I would expect closer to $175 on average.
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Caesars Palace Las Vegas
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Restaurants:., Central, Mesa Grill, Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill, Old Homestead, Beijing Noodle No. 9, Payard Pâtisserie & Bistro, Serendipity 3, Restaurant Guy Savoy. In the Forum Shops: La Salsa, The Palm, Planet Hollywood, SPAGO, and The Cheesecake Factory, Joe's Seafood, Prime steak and Stone Crab, Sushi Roku.
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Entertainment: Absinthe, Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, Shania Twain
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Nightclubs, Lounges and Bars: Cleopatra's Barge Nightclub and lounges, Shadow Bar, Pussy Cat Lounge
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Wedding Chapel: Yes. Wedding Resources
Shopping:, Shopping Resources , The Forum Shops and the Appian Way shops
Casino/Sports Book: Yes
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