Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas

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3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South 1-(800) 634-6661

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    Absinthe ~Caesars Palance

    by Yaqui Updated Jun 8, 2013

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    I am trying to figure out how to explain this show. We were given tickets by our resort, so it was not something we had planned on doing. It located in the huge tent outside the casino on the patio area out front. We were seated (not comfortable seats), but suitable. We had no idea what we were in for. We did notice before we went in, that you had to be over 18. Ok, I don't think I have to worry there...lol. Right from the start they announced if your offended by bad language and very adult content, then you should leave.

    Out came the Ring Master and right away we knew what we were in for. At times, I was totally taken off gaurd by the adult content, but by the end of the show you felt you were completely entertained. It is like a burlesque Cirque du Soleil show. So with that in mind, I think the show is well worth anyones attention and time.

    "Oh by the way, they stage is in the middle of the audience, so no nets or guards. So the acts are right in your face if you sit on the front rows;^0!"

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    by kris-t Updated Mar 24, 2013

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    Caesars Palace is a luxury hotel and casino and one of the classier Vegas hotels with impeccable design and service.

    Hotel is well laid out and has beautiful marble hallways. It has 3,960 rooms in six towers: Augustus, Centurion, Roman, Palace, Octavius, and Forum.

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    Atlantis Water Show

    by solopes Updated Sep 26, 2012

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    Imagine a colorful fountain surrounded by music. Suddenly the stone figures give place to living people, and a small theater is performed in the fountain, with lots of special effects.

    After the climax, the actors are replaced by the statues and the soft music recovers its place.

    It's american show business. It's Vegas. IT'S FREE in Ceasar's Palace.

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    Ceasar's Palace

    by solopes Updated Sep 7, 2012

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    Really impressive, the top of luxury and art reproduction, with good taste and imagination.

    The pool, the fountains, the shopping mall, everything is top class.

    However, my dear Americans, the Trojan horse in Rome?

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    Festival Fountain Show~Ceasars Palace~Free

    by Yaqui Updated Oct 8, 2011

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    Don't forget to check out this show. I think it gets overlook because everyone seems to look for the Fall of Atlantis Show instead.

    On the west end of the mall is the Festival Fountain Show where visitors are entertained by the Greek gods Bacchus, Venus, Apollo and Plutus in animatronic form, who hold the audience spellbound throughout with a laser, water and light show.

    Hours: Sun – Thr, 11 am – 11 pm; Fri – Sat, 11 am – Midnight

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    Roman Grandeur and Opulence part 3

    by machomikemd Written Sep 29, 2011

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    This is the last part 2 of my Ceasar's Palace tips with more pictures of Ceasars on the inside on my revisit since Vt only allows 5 pictures max per tip.

    Nothing says Las Vegas better than Caesars Palace since Ceasar's owns many of the Casino Joints in Las Vegas. Caesars Palace is a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. Caesars Palace is owned and operated by Harrah's Entertainment. Caesars is located on the west side of the Strip, between the Bellagio and the Mirage.Caesars has 3,349 rooms[1] in five towers: Augustus, Centurion, Forum, Palace, and Roman. The Forum tower features guest suites with 1,000 square feet of space.

    Even Caesar would be overwhelmed by the long list of incredible dining options featuring world-renowned chefs. Bradley Ogden's eponymous eclectic restaurant is a James Beard Award winner, the laid-back Bobby Flay cooks up modern Southwest flare in his gorgeous Mesa Grill and the legendary Guy Savoy holds court in the resort's Augustus Tower. That doesn't even include the dining options in the world-famous Forum Shops. Your inner Cleopatra can shop for couture clothing, jewels, beauty products and nearly everything else under the sun before enjoying a sumptuous dinner at fabulous restaurants including Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab, Sushi Roku and The Palm.

    Caesars Palace's legendary casino always has been the place to be for high rollers, celebrities and everyone with some cash to spare. The nicely appointed rooms have both the classic beauty of past times and the modern technology of today. If you want to be treated like royalty, follow Caesar and Cleopatra to the Roman-style pools and get spoiled by the grape goddesses who hand out frozen grapes in the summer. Casino space is 129,000 square feet. Casino games include Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Craps, Keno, Let It Ride, Pai Gow Poker, Poker, Roulette, Slots, Baccarat, Wheel of Fortune, Megabucks and Super Megabucks.

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    Roman Grandeur and Opulence part 2

    by machomikemd Updated Sep 29, 2011
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    This is part 2 tip of my Ceasar's Palace three part tip with more pictures of Ceasars on my revisit since Vt only allows 5 pictures max per tip.

    Nothing says Las Vegas better than Caesars Palace since Ceasar's owns many of the Casino Joints in Las Vegas. Caesars Palace is a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. Caesars Palace is owned and operated by Harrah's Entertainment. Caesars is located on the west side of the Strip, between the Bellagio and the Mirage.Caesars has 3,349 rooms[1] in five towers: Augustus, Centurion, Forum, Palace, and Roman. The Forum tower features guest suites with 1,000 square feet of space.

    Even Caesar would be overwhelmed by the long list of incredible dining options featuring world-renowned chefs. Bradley Ogden's eponymous eclectic restaurant is a James Beard Award winner, the laid-back Bobby Flay cooks up modern Southwest flare in his gorgeous Mesa Grill and the legendary Guy Savoy holds court in the resort's Augustus Tower. That doesn't even include the dining options in the world-famous Forum Shops. Your inner Cleopatra can shop for couture clothing, jewels, beauty products and nearly everything else under the sun before enjoying a sumptuous dinner at fabulous restaurants including Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab, Sushi Roku and The Palm.

    Caesars Palace's legendary casino always has been the place to be for high rollers, celebrities and everyone with some cash to spare. The nicely appointed rooms have both the classic beauty of past times and the modern technology of today. If you want to be treated like royalty, follow Caesar and Cleopatra to the Roman-style pools and get spoiled by the grape goddesses who hand out frozen grapes in the summer. Casino space is 129,000 square feet. Casino games include Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Craps, Keno, Let It Ride, Pai Gow Poker, Poker, Roulette, Slots, Baccarat, Wheel of Fortune, Megabucks and Super Megabucks.

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    Roman Grandeur and Opulence! part 1

    by machomikemd Updated Sep 29, 2011

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    This will be a three part tip with more pictures of Ceasars on my revist since Vt only allows 5 pictures max per tip.

    Nothing says Las Vegas better than Caesars Palace since Ceasar's owns many of the Casino Joints in Las Vegas. Caesars Palace is a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. Caesars Palace is owned and operated by Harrah's Entertainment. Caesars is located on the west side of the Strip, between the Bellagio and the Mirage.Caesars has 3,349 rooms[1] in five towers: Augustus, Centurion, Forum, Palace, and Roman. The Forum tower features guest suites with 1,000 square feet of space.

    Even Caesar would be overwhelmed by the long list of incredible dining options featuring world-renowned chefs. Bradley Ogden's eponymous eclectic restaurant is a James Beard Award winner, the laid-back Bobby Flay cooks up modern Southwest flare in his gorgeous Mesa Grill and the legendary Guy Savoy holds court in the resort's Augustus Tower. That doesn't even include the dining options in the world-famous Forum Shops. Your inner Cleopatra can shop for couture clothing, jewels, beauty products and nearly everything else under the sun before enjoying a sumptuous dinner at fabulous restaurants including Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab, Sushi Roku and The Palm.

    Caesars Palace's legendary casino always has been the place to be for high rollers, celebrities and everyone with some cash to spare. The nicely appointed rooms have both the classic beauty of past times and the modern technology of today. If you want to be treated like royalty, follow Caesar and Cleopatra to the Roman-style pools and get spoiled by the grape goddesses who hand out frozen grapes in the summer. Casino space is 129,000 square feet. Casino games include Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Craps, Keno, Let It Ride, Pai Gow Poker, Poker, Roulette, Slots, Baccarat, Wheel of Fortune, Megabucks and Super Megabucks.

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    Ugly advertising at Caesar's Palace

    by joiwatani Written Sep 19, 2011

    I can't believe that the management of Caesar's Palace exchanged beauty and arts to money. They added the advertising of the Cheese Factory and Nike on their beautiful ceiling! It bugged me...But, I bet, they get paid thousands of dollars every month for these advertising!

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    The fountain inside the Forum

    by joiwatani Written Sep 19, 2011
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    You can only see the fountain every hour - as soon as the free show starts- the Fight of the Atlantis. You might like to go to the Forum at about 10:00 am. Then the fountain starts to burst. This means that the show is starting at the Forum.

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    St. Peter's Cathedral statues replica

    by joiwatani Written Sep 19, 2011

    These are located close to the Forum/Trevi Fountain at the Caesar's Palace. If you look at the top of one of the stores there, you will notice that those statues there are kind of like those seen at St. Peter's Cathedral plaza.

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    Photos of the Goddesses at Caesar's Palace

    by joiwatani Written Sep 19, 2011
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    My sister said that she ran out of chips of her camera. That's not good, I said. Just for one hotel, there are so many things to see and to take pictures with...And, this is one of them. This is located at the main entrance (not the side entrance) of the Caesar's palace...

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    Caesar's Palace

    by Tom_Fields Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Here is a casino so big it's easy to get lost in it. Then again, you may not really mind; there's plenty to do anywhere inside. It's a virtual city within a city, complete with shops, restaurants, entertainment, and of course the game floor.

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    Caesar's Palace

    by madamx Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This place is MASSIVE. You are almost struck speechless when you first see the hotel and grounds because it's just so huge. I guess this Roman theme echos the excess and fantasy of the ancient Romans, and it pulls it off with a grand flourish.

    We, in fact, didn't have time to go inside the hotel/casino itself, but walked around the perimeter of the property, plus we went into the Forum Shops, which is basically, a gigantic shopping mall, complete with beautiful Italian architecture and gorgeous fountains. Like the other theme hotels, the shop fronts are meant to make you feel you are on a street, this time in Rome.

    This is an extremely busy area, and the crowds were overwhelming. We did return here early in the day, but it didn't seem to make that much of a difference.

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    If Rome was like this....

    by shrimp56 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Caesar's Palace is for me the most overblown tasteless hotel-casino etc... in Las Vegas. [And I don't want to think what the other is if you prove me wrong:(]
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    The statues are certainly not from MY art history textbook -- and they are everywhere, both inside and out!
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    And you gotta see it!

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