There are many ways vacationers can have fun at Caesars Palace. It begins at Caesars' casino, which includes 129,000 square feet of slot machines, poker tables, table games, and racing/sports book gaming. The Poker Room offers 8,500 square feet with 30 tables and several variations of the beloved card game. There is even a private tournament room for poker events. Table games include blackjack, baccarat, craps, roulette, Pai Gow poker and tiles (Chinese dominos).
Double Bay suites, which are located in the Forum tower, are the roomiest accommodations, offering one or two bedrooms, a parlor with a dining area, two or three bathrooms, and an over-sized, spa tub in all bathrooms. Additionally, there is a wet bar, a mini refrigerator, and a pullout, king-size bed for extra or unexpected guests. Deluxe rooms are available in the Augustus and the Palace tower. Classic guest rooms, which are 300 to 400 square feet and provide a king size or two double beds, are found in the Forum, Roman, and Centurion towers. Premier rooms, which are larger than the Deluxe rooms, are in the Palace tower. All the rooms have high-speed Internet and Caesars' signature marble bathrooms.
The fabulous Forum has enough upscale-shopping alternatives to satisfy the most demanding luxury shoppers. Haute merchants of the Forum include Hugo Boss, Ann Taylor, Lalique, Bulgari, Harry Winston, Fendi, Gianni Versace, Burberry, and many more. The Appian Shops are another retail shopping zone of the resort. There are over 120 stores between the Forum and the Appian Shops.
The Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis is Caesars' "wetlands." There are over four acres with four swimming pools in an ornate Romanesque garden setting. The Temple pool is circular with a rotunda that domes the centered island. The Neptune pool is rectangular shaped, making it ideal for lap swimming. The tranquil Apollo pool is surrounded by 16 cabanas. The Venus pool, which permits European sunbathing, has a dozen luxury poolside cabanas for rent. The cabanas provide upholstered lounge chairs, a television, and a stocked refrigerator. Swimsuits are required. Togas are optional.
The spa at Caesars Palace, Qua, is a therapeutic wonderland with 51 treatment rooms. There are deluxe couple's studios, facial rooms, wet rooms with Vichy showers, and personal hydrotherapy tubs. Various massages techniques, exfoliation processes, and baths are available. The spa also offers a complete fitness center with weight-training and aerobic sections. A tea sommelier is onsite to counsel guests on the therapeutic values of herbal teas.
Dining options are served up plentifully with 11 restaurants manned by various award-winning and celebrity chefs. Choose from an array of international cuisines and American favorites. Neros is a steakhouse. 808 has a menu of Hawaiian-themed selections. The Mesa Grill provides spicy Southwestern cuisines. All restaurants provide excellent fine wines and unique dishes.
PURE Nightclub features three larger-than-life party hotspots with its two-story presence spread out over 36,000 square feet. PURE is located next to the famed Pussycat Dolls Lounge. The dancing Dolls frequently drop by for a few dances. The nightclub is a favorite hangout for celebrities and A-listers alike. It also is available for special events.
Entertainment has always been at the forefront at Caesars Palace, as major topflight acts are always coming to perform here. Elton John, Stevie Nicks, Celine Dion, and Jerry Seinfeld are just a few of the featured stars with upcoming appearances.