Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment Corporation
Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment Corporation
Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment Corporation
AAA Editor Notes
Caesars Palace is at 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (just n. of Flamingo Rd.). This Roman-themed resort, opened in 1966, is perhaps the epitome of over-the-top opulence meets preposterous Vegas cheese. You'd sooner find your way out of Rome's catacombs—sans flashlight—than you would this massive property, with its never-ending casino and shopping labyrinth. A 20-foot statue of the toga-clad ruler himself, presumably hailing a cab, stands at the Italian cypress-lined driveway leading to the main entrance.

Inside, the front-of-house gaming tables occupy a domed rotunda lined with sparkling gold lights. Beyond lies a realm marked by giant Roman statues and bas-reliefs, Corinthian columns, colonnades and a cocktail lounge housed in a replica of Cleopatra's Nile River barge. It's all fantastically tacky, a reminder of the good old days before the Emperors of Good Taste took over Vegas.

The huge Caesars Race & Sportsbook (sports betting venue) is next to The Colosseum, a 4,300-seat theater that hosts superstars of the music and entertainment industry. Out back is the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis (open to non-hotel guests with rental of a cabana or daybed), an impressive 5-acre spread of Greco-Roman themed swimming pools complete with private cabanas, cocktail bars and swim-up blackjack tables. The Qua Baths & Spa is an upscale 50,000-square-foot facility that features three Roman baths and offers a variety of massages, facials and other treatments.

Spend your winnings next door at The Forum Shops and Appian Way Shops .

Food is available.

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