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Caesars Palace is located at the heart of the strip at 3570 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas.
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Caesars Palace is located at the heart of the strip at 3570 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas.

Travel, Santa Monica, Hotels

No Luxury Spared At Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Posted Feb. 6, 2014, 8:29 am

Brenton Garen / Editor-in-Chief

Caesars Palace spans 85 acres at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, offering a diverse range of entertainment, dining, and relaxation offerings.

Here's a look at 10 ways to vacation like a rock star at this Sin City hot spot.

1 - Colosseum


The 4,300-seat Colosseum features headlining acts Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, Elton John, and Shania Twain. The venue also features guest performers such as Jerry Seinfeld, Jeff Dunham, Luis Miguel, and Chelsea Handler.

2 - Absinthe


An imaginative show in a unique venue, “Absinthe” is an adult carnival that transforms the Roman Plaza into an entertainment playground. The ringleader of the show and its carnival of crazy characters is the one and only Gazillionaire, who leads the intimate audience of 600 people down a decadence-laced and fun-fueled evening of extraordinary performances.   

3 - Forum Shops


The Forum Shops at Caesars is recognized for its unique combination of top retail, dining, entertainment, location and exciting ambiance featuring 150 specialty shops and 15 restaurants.

4 Lounges & Bars


The Seahorse Lounge is a laid-back lounge that serves great cocktails and features a 1,700 gallon aquarium as its focal point. For a vintage Vegas feel, check out recently renovated Barge. This venue transforms into the Gossy Room every Friday and Saturday night with entertainment by Matt Goss. Meanwhile at the Shadow Bar, this hang out features flair bartenders who spin bottles and whip up trendy cocktails as performers dance behind backlit screens.

5 - Bacchanal Buffet


Bacchanal Buffet presents nine distinct restaurants in one location in a modern setting inspired by the elements of glass, wood, and steel. With more than 500 dishes to choose from, every guest is sure to satiate their craving at Bacchanal Buffet whether it’s one for prime rib, chilled king crab legs and roasted South Carolina shrimp and grits, or oak-grilled lamb chops, hand-made dim sum, and baked-to-order soufflés. 

6 - Pure Nightclub


With an unparalleled view of the Las Vegas Strip, Pure symbolizes a new standard in Las Vegas nightlife. With four distinct experiences enveloped in two stories of decadence, Pure is not just a nightclub; it is the Strip’s first nightlife destination. At 40,000 square feet, the nightclub is four venues in one, each featuring its own DJ, sound system, and sexy style.

7 - Qua Baths & Spa


Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars is a tranquil oasis inspired by ancient Roman traditions of relaxation. The stylish 50,000-square-foot spa taps into the natural healing powers of water, featuring highly trained Artisans that perform a full range of traditional spa services and Ayurvedic treatments to soothe the body and stimulate the senses.

8 - COLOR Salon


COLOR, the salon by Michael Boychuck, is located on the second floor of the Augustus Tower, adjacent to Qua Baths & Spa. Boychuck is famous for being the “Colorist to the Stars” with a long list of celebrity clients including Paris and Nicky Hilton, Mandy Moore, and Willa Ford and was recently named “Colorist of the Decade.”

9 - Dining Destinations


Caesars Palace is home to a large handful of restaurants including Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, Mesa Grill, Beijing Noodle No. 9, Central Michel Richard, Empress Court, Munchbar, Nobu Restaurant and Lounge, Old Homestead Steakhouse, Payard Patisserie & Bistro, Rao’s, Restaurant Guy Savoy, and Serendipity 3.

10 - Pools


Spanning five acres and offering eight swimming pools, the Garden of the Gods at Caesars Palace offers guests a variety of engaging daytime experiences in an incomparable setting. Replete with classically inspired landscaping, statues, and fountains, the Garden of the Gods allows guests to find their own experience; from those looking to test their luck with a little swim-up blackjack to those who want to enjoy a relaxing poolside massage.

For more information, visit www.caesarspalace.com.

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