- Location: 3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd
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- Check-in Time: 3:00 pm
- Check-out Time: 11:00 am
- Number of rooms 3,348
- Casino Size: 129,000 sq ft
- In-room internet access: Yes
As a classic example of over the top themed luxury, Caesars Palace resort simply can't be beat. Caesars plunders the architecture and spirit of ancient Rome to deliver a casino hotel experience that's simply impossible to forget, and even harder to leave behind. Get decadent with a suite in the Augustus Tower or Palace Tower, where you'll find amazing views courtesy of floor-to-ceiling windows, sizable beds, and marble accents aplenty. Even the smaller rooms are well appointed, in case you just want somewhere comfortable to sleep in between nights out and gambling.
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One of the biggest draws on the Strip, Caesars resort draws in equally impressive entertainment. This hotel is home to Celine Dion's return and where she performs her great work. The similarly legendary Cher puts on a show featuring her best loved songs and a spectacular cast of aerialists and dancers to make things even more interesting. Finally, crowd pleaser Bette Midler is there to sing and deliver the bawdy humor she's known for in her hit revue The Showgirl Must Go On.
Once you've wined, dined, and indulged in a new wardrobe or two, head on over to the Pussycat Dolls Lounge, where you'll be entertained by a scantily clad burlesque troupe. These singing, dancing 1930s throwbacks with a modern twist will have you desperate to cool off with a cocktail – luckily, those are available in abundance here. If you want to combine the best of two Las Vegas worlds, head to the adjacent Pussycat Dolls gaming area, where the servers and dealers are as entertaining as the dancers. A more clothed (though barely) good time can be had at PURE Nightclub, a celebrity magnet club where you can dance the night away or simply see and be seen from one of the classy couches with table service.
True gourmets will want to stop at Restaurant Guy Savoy, a three star French restaurant that helped put Las Vegas on the dining destination map. Bradley Odgen serves up market fresh cuisine at his namesake restaurant, while lovers of Southwestern food will enjoy the spread at Bobby Flay's Mesa. Further gourmet dining options are offered in the grand shrine to decadence known as the Forum Shops, where you'll find Wolfgang Puck's Spago, upscale modern Chinese at Chinois, Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak, and Stone Crab, and more. If you've already eaten, feel free to lose yourself and half your fortune in the Forum Shops' amazing selection of stores – after all, there's a reason this epic example of a mall is the most profitable shopping center of its kind in the entire United States.