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Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino

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  • Luxury beckons at every turn on The Strip at this landmark resort evoking the decadence of ancient Rome, where impeccable amenities and service reign supreme.

  • Enjoy the finest in accommodations and dining, and marvel at the Garden of the Gods, a 4 1/2 acre pool complex and world-class 23,000 square foot fitness center and spa.

  • The Forum Shops at Caesars, the "Shopping Wonder of the World," are an amazing collection of stores, restaurants, and family entertainment set in an ancient Roman marketplace.


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    Garden of the Gods - What could be more pleasant than passing time amidst manicured shrubbery, imported marble statuary, and fountains? Indulge yourself in three swimming pools and two outdoor whirlpool spas set among meticulously landscaped courtyards and surrounded by classically-inspired statues and fountains.

    Venus: The Salon at Caesars Palace - Talented hair stylists and aestheticians await you on the garden level of The Palace Tower.

    Forum Shops at Caesars - You'll find more than 100 quality merchants and restaurants in the Forum Shops at Caesars, including such high-fashion superstars as Gucci, Bernini, Versace and Guess, and unique specialty shops such as Caesars Exclusively!, Magic Masters, Just for Feet and more. Take time out to enjoy gourmet dining at world-class restaurants like Spago and The Palm.

    The piazzas, statuary, fountains and facades here are timeless replicas of a street in historic Rome. The gods themselves smile on The Forum Shops, coming alive at the Festival Fountain and at the Atlantis attraction every hour from later morning through late evening seven days a week.

    The Appian Way - The regal corridors of the Appian Way harbor the finest salons of the world. Walk the corridors of imported fine marble and gaze on the giant statue of David, an exact replica of the Michelangelo masterpiece.

    The Spa at Caesars - The best place to feel the burn in Las Vegas isn't in the desert sun, it's in this 23,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art retreat for the ultimate in fitness and pampering.

    Try out the virtual reality stair-steppers and bikes and get that heart muscle pumping on the full range of cardiovascular equipment and weights. There's also a rock climbing tread-wall and an aerobic and yoga studio. Highly skilled technicians and personal trainers are on hand to provide the finest instruction available.

    If you're looking for a little less exertion, pamper yourself with a soothing massage in the men's or women's VIPS. suites or unwind in the unisex relaxation chamber. Choose from a total of 28 treatment salons, all outfitted with the finest accessories, where guests enjoy massages, body wraps, thalassotherapy, sea salt
    treatments and loofahs, and much more.

    Shop in the Spa at Caesars retail store for world-class quality skin care products, bath accessories, toiletries, and fragrances, as well as clothing, swimwear, and robes. Sip on fresh juice or nibble on healthy snacks in the juice bar overlooking the Garden of the Gods.


    Hotel Reservations

    Located at the heart of the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, Caesars Palace is a modern wonderland of luxury and excitement, and is widely regarded as one of the world's greatest hotels. Caesars Palace offers more than 2,400 of the city's most luxurious and elegantly appointed guestrooms in Deluxe rooms, Palace Tower rooms, and Suites. Each room can accommodate a maximum of three guests. Other room amenities include:

  • Cable TV
  • Pay movies
  • Safe
  • Hairdryer
  • Telephone
  • Alarm clock radio
  • Piano (Suites)
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Wet bars (Suites)
  • Large-screen TV (Suites)
  • Private dining areas (Suites)
  • Stereo sound system (Suites)
  • Data port (Palace Tower rooms)
  • Mini refrigerator (Palace Tower rooms)                                          
  • Nine-foot ceilings (Palace Tower rooms)
  • Dual-line telephone (Palace Tower rooms)
  • Oversized whirlpool bath (Palace Tower rooms)


    Dinner Reservations

    Dining is like an epicurean holiday at Caesars Palace, where you'll find a world of fine culinary adventures. From exotic Asian delicacies to trendy casual dining, it's all here. Also, The Forum Shops at Caesars feature 14 restaurants. The Palace's gourmet offerings include:

    Hyakumi - Translated as "100 tastes," Hyakumi offers traditional and innovative contemporary Japanese favorites in the serene atmosphere of a Japanese garden. The sushi bar offers an extensive menu of the freshest sushi and sashimi plus a wide selection of Japanese beer and several fine sakes. Waitresses in authentic kimonos and obis and stunning interior decor contribute to the restaurant's atmosphere of graceful hospitality.

    Empress Court - Savor meticulously prepared and beautifully presented Malay, Thai, and Indonesian delicacies and other Asian fare at this restaurant overlooking the spectacular Garden of the Gods swimming pools and gardens. Giant kitchen aquaria house the daily shipments of live rock cod, Dungeness crab, and lobster.

    Neros -Nothing is ordinary at Neros, where a la carte selections of prime steaks aged to perfection, fresh seafood, fish flown in daily, lamb, chicken, and veal spotlight the talents of Neros master chef Mario Caponeand his talented culinary team. The crab cakes, Caesar Salad, and exquisite fallen chocolate souffle have been featured in national television broadcasts.

    Terrazza - Savor country rustic Italian cuisine in this new Garden of the Gods pool area restaurant. Italian for terrace, Terrazza features an exhibition kitchen, an authentic, wood-burning brick pizza oven, and both interior dining and alfresco dining on a poolside terrace. The glass-enclosed pavilion seating offers a full view of the pool and gardens, and the soothing sounds of live jazz accompanies your dinner Terrazza's Wednesday through Sunday evenings.

    808 - Award-winning renowned Chef Jean-Marie Josselin presents a taste of Hawaii and exquisite Euro-Pacific cuisine. Choose from a variety of seafood appetizers and main courses. Chef de Cuisine Wesley Coffel also prepares veal, beef, chicken, and lamb entrées. The dessert offerings tempt anyone with a love of tropical fruits, ice cream or delicious sweets.

    Casual dining alternatives:

    La Piazza - Stroll the food court and choose from nine outlets: an international bakery, which offers flaky croissants and just-baked cinnamon rolls, as well as rich pastries and other tempting breakfast and dessert favorites; a New York-style deli; the American Grill; a pasta and pizza stop; a Chinese selection; a Japanese entry; a Mexican eatery; a salad bar; and a sumptuous ice cream fountain.


    Café Lago - (Photo left) Surround yourself in a contemporary Italian lake setting for this new 24-hour dining experience featuring a diverse, international á la carte menu as well as complete breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets. Like no other 24-hour dining experience, Cafe Lago features live entertainment on the Frank Sinatra Steinway, at which David Osborne and other featured pianists play.

    Palatium - Select from an intriguing array of fresh salads, breads, vegetable, fine meats, hot entrees, and luscious desserts. The Palatium boasts a double-line food service center, two carving stations, two dessert islands, and frozen yogurt bars.


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