Caesars Palace

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Caesars Palace
Caesars Palace - South East - 2010-12-12.jpg
Caesars Palace is located in Downtown Las Vegas
Caesars Palace
Location Paradise, Nevada, U.S.
Address 3570 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Opening dateAugust 5, 1966; 53 years ago (1966-08-05)
ThemeRoman Empire
No. of rooms3,976
Total gaming space124,181 sq ft (11,536.8 m2)
Permanent showsAbsinthe
Signature attractionsReplica ancient Roman, Greek and Renaissance art
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
The Forum Shops at Caesars
Notable restaurantsBacchanal Buffet
Mr. Chow
Old Homestead Steakhouse
OwnerVici Properties
Operating license holderCaesars Entertainment
Renovated in1974, 1979, 1992, 2001, 2005, 2011, 2015
Coordinates36°07′04″N 115°10′30″W / 36.11778°N 115.17500°W / 36.11778; -115.17500Coordinates: 36°07′04″N 115°10′30″W / 36.11778°N 115.17500°W / 36.11778; -115.17500
Websitecaesars.com/caesars-palace

Caesars Palace is a luxury hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. Caesars Palace is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment Corp. Caesars is on the west side of the Strip, between the Bellagio and the Mirage.

Caesars has 3,960 rooms.[1] There are five towers in the hotel: Augustus, Centurion, Roman, Palace, Octavius and Forum.[2] The Forum tower features guest suites with 1,000 square feet (93 m2) of space. It is the only venue in Las Vegas to host a World Series of Poker Circuit Event.[3]

Entertainment and attractions[change | change source]

The Caesars Palace main fountain. The statue is of the Winged Victory of Samothrace.

Caesars offers additional attractions including:

  • Fall of Atlantis—free show
  • Festival Fountain—free show
  • Pure Nightclub a nightclub
  • A number of world-famous restaurants and celebrity chefs

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References[change | change source]

  1. "Caesars Palace not worried about adding more rooms". www.casinocitytimes.com.
  2. Official online casino website
  3. "Articles - Air Canada enRoute". enroute.aircanada.com.