Caesars Palace is one of the best-known hotels on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada. It's no wonder that this resort, with more than a dozen restaurants, a six-pool outdoor complex, and a full complement of entertainment and gaming venues, draws visitors year round.
No one ever goes hungry at Caesars. More than a dozen restaurants offer a wide variety of dining experiences, from elegant fine dining venues to casual cafes. The crown jewel of Caesars' dining choices is the Restaurant Guy Savoy, the only restaurant in the United States that offers the cuisine of the award-winning chef. The restaurant itself has received a five-diamond rating from AAA, 3 1/2 stars out of four from the Los Angeles Times, and received the Grand Award from Wine Spectator magazine. The upscale ambiance ensures that diners receive the best of service and ever-evolving menus are designed to take advantage of the best of seasonal markets.
Relaxation is high on the list for most Las Vegas visitors, and Caesars offers a variety of ways to achieve this goal. Outdoors, the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis offers six pools, each with its own unique character, and visitors can take advantage of cabanas, day beds and couches, in addition to traditional poolside amenities.
If the sun is too hot, the indoor Qua Baths and Spa provide a relaxing ambience with stone floors, natural light and an experience modeled on the ancient Roman baths. Patrons enjoy a choice of three pools of varying temperatures, the ultra-heated Laconium Room, or the Arctic Ice Room, where snow actually falls. The spa also offers hydrotherapy tubs, an herbal steam room, and a cedarwood sauna.
After a fine day of unwinding, there are many options for lively nightlife within the resort. Several bars, lounges, and nightclubs offer opportunities to spend a quiet evening or dance the night away. Concert entertainment at the Colosseum is always part of the Caesars Palace experience. Past stars at this venue have included Cher, Mariah Carey, Ellen DeGeneres, Faith Hill, and Ricky Martin.
What would a visit to Caesars be without at least one stop in the casino? Poker is big at Caesars, the only Las Vegas venue for the World Series of Poker. Action continues around the clock in the Poker Room. At the Race and Sports Book, oversized screens show all the action, while each table also has its own individual screen. Table games include blackjack -- also called 21 -- craps, roulette, baccarat, pai gow poker and pai gow tiles, and slots range from a penny per play to $500 per play with games such as poker, 21, and keno. For keno lovers, the Keno Lounge is the place to go, where the staff will also help novices learn how to play.