Enter into a world of Las Vegas luxury when you stay at the iconic Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino. The largest hotel on the strip boasts an elegant setting, which pays homage to the grandeur of the Roman Empire. With over 3,900 guest rooms and suites, located in the hotel’s five towers (including the latest addition, Julius Tower), you will have the opportunity to customise your stay with an extensive list of room types, amenities, views and locations. Want to go big on your Las Vegas holiday? Treat yourself to Caesar Palace luxurious suites including, Forbes Star Award winning The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace, the Anthology Collection suites and villas, and the 181-room Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace.
Nightlife and Entertainment at Caesars Palace
With live entertainment, a selection of bars and nightclubs and a shopping centre all within the hotel, you wouldn’t have to leave the premises during your holiday to Las Vegas. The Colosseum is a prime location for some A-list entertainment. American comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, and musicians Elton John, Celine Dion, Rod Stewart and Reba, Brooks and Dunn all have or have had residencies at the concert hall. Also residing at Caesars is the carnival spectacular, Absinthe, a wild and sexy event with rock n roll style acrobats and lively entertainment. Don’t miss out on the nightlife, especially the multi-level, OMNI nightclub featuring panoramic views of Las Vegas. Caesars Palace is also home to VISTA cocktail lounge, Spanish Steps and the Lobby Bar.
From celebrity restaurants to a casual dining experience, there will be something to suit every mood when staying at Caesars Palace. In the mood for a good old English pub? Gordon Ramsey, star of Kitchen Nightmare and Hell’s Kitchen, has opened his own Pub & Grill at the Las Vegas hotel, serving Yorkshire ale batter fish and chips as well as some other British classics. Food Network star, Bobby Flay, and award-winning celebrity chefs, Nobu Matsuhisa and Guy Savoy, have also opened their own respective restaurants. For a fine dining option, be sure to visit the classic American restaurant, Searsucker, and try a 5-star Chinese dish at Mr. Chow. For a casual setting, Beijing Noodle no 9 and Serendipity 3 are also great spots.
Know Before You Go
It is standard practice for resorts/hotels within the USA to charge a mandatory resort fee which is payable locally. This fee can be anywhere between $5 to $50 per room per night and is not included in the cost of your Kenwood Travel holiday. Expect to pay a resort fee of approximately $45 + tax, per room per night (subject to change).