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Caesars Palace

Reservations: 702 731 7110
Back in the day this property would attract the great and the good, and although it isn't the newest Hotel on the Strip, Caesars has one of the best atmosphere's in Town and if you don't stay here, it should at least be on your must-see list. The first Vegas themed hotel, Caesars Palace opened in 1966 and is still one of the best hotels in Town. With a great outdoor area, with pools and landscaped gardens, and a pretty wedding chapel. Caesars is a great place to chill by the pool. There are also 3 floodlit tennis courts for those sporty types and an intimate outdoor amphitheatre for special gigs. The massive Colosseum has seen stars like Celine Dion, Elton John and Rod Stewart grace it's stage in recent years and with Matt Goss rocking the Gossy room every Friday and Saturday, there really isn't a better place for entertainment in Vegas. With great bars like the Shadow Bar and one of the best clubs in Town in Pure you have plenty of options to dance the night away. You are spoilt for choice for food at Caesars but if we were to choose one, go to Spago and eat the pasta, you could be in Rome! Rooms can range from basic to high roller, which are seriously stunning (think the suite in Hangover the Movie, which you can actually book) wireless internet is available in all rooms. If shopping is your bag, the fabulous Forum Shops are as good as it gets. 2012 will see the new Nobu wing open which will take Caesars to another level.
Restaurants 26 in total from contemporary French dining to a casual 24-hour cafe. Top of the list are the fine-dining establishments of Guy Savoy (with his new Krug Champagne Room), Bradley Ogden and Rao's. Across from Rao's is Payard Patisserie & Bistro, one of the most luxurious pastry shops in the country. Serendipity 3, one of New York's most beloved eateries has opened. One of the greatest budget eateries you'll find on the Strip is the Cypress Street Marketplace, just outside the Colosseum's ticket office 
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Location On the Strip at the famous Four Corners with Flamingo 
Theme Greco-Roman empire 
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Rooms 3,300 in 5 towers: Augustus, Centurian, Forum, Roman and Palace Room rates: From $200 Mon-Thurs; from $ 260 Fri-Sun 
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Nightlife Cleopatra's Barge and Pure, which has become hot with the young Hollywood crowd, and Shadow Bar live music lounge 
Shows Its 4,100-seat Colosseum spotlights world-class entertainers like Bette Midler, Cher and Jerry Seinfeld. It also hosts outdoor events in the Roman Forum 
Gambling Blackjack, craps, roulette, baccarat, pai gow poker, pai gow tiles, slots, poker, race and sports book and keno 
Chilling Out Garden of the Gods pools and gardens featuring the Venus Pool Club Shopping: Appian Way in the hotel, plus the fabulous Forum Shops 
Other Amenities Spanish Steps, 4 wedding chapels, 3 late-night lounges with live music, plus an outdoor amphitheatre, Qua Baths & Spa, salon and golf through Cascata Golf Course 
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