Caesars Palace Hotel Information
Rooms: 3,954 in five towers - Centurion, Roman, Palace, Augustus and Forum.
Casino: 129,000 square feet of gaming with more than 100 casino gaming tables and nearly 1,300 slot/video poker machines.
Race & Sportsbook: 250-seat facility with 12 TVs and six big screens.
Poker room: 16-table room; daily tournament entry from $70.
Dining: 20+ restaurants/quickbite options including several options at the Forum Shops at Caesars.
Shows: Yes, Absinthe at The Roman Plaza. Headliners like Jerry Seinfeld and others perform at the Colosseum at Caesars.
Entertainment: The Colosseum hosts various performers and A-list comedians on a regular basis.
Clubs: Venus Poolclub and OMNIA Nightclub.
Nightlife: Several bars and lounges.
Shopping: The Forum Shops at Caesars, located just off the casino floor, is a major shopping center with more than 160 shops and restaurants. Shops can also be found on Appian Way, a winding, centralized hallway between Numb Bar and Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill.
Pool: Yes, seven pools and two Jacuzzis including Venus Poolclub.
Spa: The 50,000-square foot Spa and Qua Baths offers multiple services and massages in more than 50 treatment rooms. It is next to Michael Boychuck's Color Salon on level 2 of the Augustus Tower.
Fitness center: Fitness center located within Qua Baths & Spa.
Wedding chapel: Caesars Palace Weddings Services offer a number of ceremony packages.
Convention center: Main Colosseum Ballroom is 35,000 square feet, The Caesars Ballroom is 24,000 square feet and the Palace Tower is 110,000 square feet.
Internet: Yes, high-speed wireless internet access in all rooms.
Business services: Yes.
Accessible rooms: Yes.
Check in: 4 p.m.
Check out: 11 a.m.
Resort fees: $50 (plus tax) per night.
Incidental deposit: $200 per stay.
Pets: Dogs are allowed for an extra charge of $85 per pet, per night. Max 2 per room (up to 50 lbs).
Parking: Self parking is $20 for up to 24h (weekends are $5 extra for non-hotel guests). Valet parking is $40 for up to 24-hours.
About: At Caesars Palace, every guest is a "Caesar." This focus on providing guests with personalized accommodations continues today. Since originally opening its doors in 1966 with a Roman theme, this resort has seen many renovations and updates, but it has remained one of the legendary "classic" hotels. Caesars Palace started out with one tower and 680 rooms. Today it features five towers, including the Nobu Hotel which was added to the property in 2011. Caesars Palace has many modern touches and is home to the Colosseum, a 4,296-seat entertainment venue, and the Forum Shops at Caesars, a 636,000-square-foot shopping mall connected to the casino.