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1966 classic casino stretches imperial length for a block in all directions with acres of gaming, miles of shops, dozens of restaurants and thousands of rooms.
Like Cher, who performs regularly in the hotel's major concert venue, Caesars Palace has been around forever—and seems forever new.
Caesars Palace opened in 1966 and was long the Strip’s most opulent and, some would say, most ostentatious hotel.
The opulent entrance, fountains, Roman statuary, bas-reliefs, and roaming centurions all add up to the iconic, over-the-top Las Vegas hotel. Full review →
Since 1966, Caesars has stood simultaneously as the ultimate in Vegas luxury and the nadir (or pinnacle, depending on your values) of Las Vegas cheese. Full review →If you are looking for old-time Caesars romance, ask for rooms with a Greco-Roman theme (some have classical sculptures in niches); furnishings tend to neoclassic styles; Roman columns, pilasters, and pediments are common.
With its towering row of fountains leading to its entrance, this hotel revolutionized the Strip when it opened in 1966. Full review →
Roman mega-resort with six pools, two casinos and Michelin-starred restaurants in the heart of the Strip. Full review →
Send away the centurions and decamp in style – Caesars' standard rooms are some of the most luxurious you will find in town. Full review →
A massive spa with Roman baths; elaborate mosaics and classical architecture around the pools; one of the biggest casinos in Vegas. Full review →
The epitome of Las Vegas luxury ever since the 1960s.
This longstanding tribute to the gods and great nobility of ancient Rome is a first-rate deluxe hotel with a less fluff than in the past. Still, there is something for everyone. Full review →Guests staying in the Augustus should request a room overlooking Bellagio's fountain.
While the Bellagio is perhaps the epitome of new Vegas luxury, Caesars remains an icon of classic Sin City decadence. Full review →
Caesars was Las Vegas's first foray into over-the-top themed opulence, and the classic bubbling fountains, trompe l'oeil ceilings, and Roman statuary live on in this ever-expanding empire. Full review →
Supporters hail this “glitzy and over-the-top” Strip “classic” for being “elegant and extraordinary”, with “something happening every minute you are there.”