Would Caesar Have Stayed at Caesars Palace  

by Pool Builders on 04-21-2013 in Articles

Caesars Palace is brought to you by Las Vegas Nevada Hotels world famous top discount reservations.

The legendary casino suits the tastes of high-rollers, celebs or anybody with dollars to splurge. The race & sports book is open and welcoming with massive screens broadcasting all the sporting action.

In a private enclave off the casino floor is Las Vegas\\\' biggest poker room, measuring 14,000 square feet. Host to NBC\\\'s \\\'Heads Up\\\' Poker tournament, the non-smoking room comprises 29 live tables in the principle area. The decor is fit for an art gallery with Vintage LeRoy Neiman work and iconic images by sports photographer Neil Leifer, together with his famous shot of boxer Muhammad Ali\\\'s 1965 victory over Sonny Liston (more can be seen in the Neil Leifer Gallery on the casino level of the Augustus Tower). Gamers at Caesars are cared for like champions, with table side food service and massages.

The hotel rooms in Caesars\\\' five towers -- Forum, Roman, Centurion, Palace and Augustus -- are as roomy and sumptuous as any palace accommodations could be, with marble bathrooms and several services among the top-rate offerings.

Located just off the lobby, the Augustus Tower features French Chef Guy Savoy\\\'s restaurant, two VIP lounges with exclusive check-in for top-end gamers, three indoor wedding chapels, the tranquil Qua Baths & Spa and boisterous Color salon by celebrity stylist Michael Boychuck, all hold court here.

A sixth tower, the Octavius Tower is constructed and will open on an undecided date. With this growth, Caesars also added a ballroom facility and five new swimming pools to its 8-pool 5-acre Garden of the Gods pool complex. Patio seating for Rao\\\'s, an award-winning Southern Italian restaurant from New York\\\'s East Harlem, overlooks the pools. Rao\\\'s also offers an internal patio resembling New York\\\'s Jefferson Park with seats that spills over into a common area around a fountain. Located near the convention rooms and a small distance from any gaming, the common area provides the best mood for hotel guests to relax, enjoy a cup of coffee or read the newspaper.

As home to the very first celebrity chef in Las Vegas, (Wolfgang Puck at Spago in the Forum Shops ), Caesars Palace remains meticulous in the dining places it introduces on property, bringing only the finest of dining, for instance the seasonal, farm-fresh American cuisine of Bradley Ogden and the Southwestern cuisine of chef Bobby Flay\\\'s Mesa Grill.

For a very exceptional eating event, delight in the French gastronomy of the charming Payard Patisserie Bistro. Payard features an adjacent chocolate shop which has a crepe station and an collection of chocolate delights. The shop reopens late in the evenings with a dessert tasting menu -- about the next smartest thing to being fed grapes from the vine -- and the perfect topping to a show by a Caesars headliner at the 4,100-seat Colosseum. If shopping (rather than chocolate) is the pleasure in need of filling, Caesars has hundreds of alternatives (and even more restaurants) in the Forum Shops, as well as a hallway of high-end shops in the casino.

Supreme party seekers will find the most hippest nightlife venues in Las Vegas, Pure nightclub. Flair bartenders and shadow dancers keep the energy going at Shadow Bar while guests can literally rock the boat at Cleopatra\\\'s Barge Nightclub by dancing atop a water-soaked barge, flanked by a trademark topless Egyptian goddess statue. For something a bit more subdued, unwind with a drink at the Seahorse Lounge while enjoying an impressive aquarium with actual sea horses.

From the moment guests pass by the imposing fountain at the front of Caesars Palace, it is obvious that all roads lead to Rome. The hotel has paved a solid legacy as a world-class vacation spot for eating, betting, shopping, service, entertainment and nightlife.

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