Caesars Palace Las Vegas is the place you want to go
for modern luxury with a regal roman twist. All the greatness of Rome
presented with all the conveniences of modern life giving this hotel an
otherworldly elegance. Roman statues, marble fountains and other fine
details adorn the lobby of the hotel, and reinforcing the ancient theme.
In 1967, a year after the Caesar's Palace first opened, the world renowned Daredevil Even Knievel made a bold attempt to jump over the fountains of the this hotel, yet his daring attempt failed. Since then, it has continued to draw famous names to its excellent rooms and fine casino.
A number of features combine to create the most comfortablel room possible. Attentive staff are on hand to cater to your every need, and the beds are plush and finely upholstered. Though there are a number of various suites to choose from, more share many base amenities. For more information on specific suites or daily rates on them, contact the Caesar's Palace hotel and casino.
Electronic door locks
In-room data port
Iron and ironing board
Remote-controlled cable TV with pay-per-view movies
Telephone with voice mail.
Activities and Attractions
The Elton John show is just one of the many attractions and activities you can enjoy at Caesar's Palace Las Vegas. The is a fountain show as well, and other activites that surpass other sights on the strip.
The Fall of Atlantis Fountain Shows and Aquarium
The life-size animatroms that come to life every half hour is one of the free shows that are fun for the whole family. The mystery of the legend of Atlantis is expressed with music, fog, lights, and the moving figures.
The Colosseum showcases the performance of the songbird Celine Dion, and other shows for your enjoyment. Age requirements and showtimes vary from event to event.
The Spa at Caesars Palace in Vegas
There are a number of spa packages to tempt you to spoil yourself when you visit the Spa at the Caesar's Palace. Here both men and women relax and burn off some steam with an energetic workout or an invigorating treatment.
The Pools at the Caesars Palace
Different themes set apart the four pools at Caesar's Palace. Even if you don't like to swim, you will enjoy the pool area of this hotel. Weddings and parties have been held at this picturesque locations. The pools are named are Roman gods and goddesses. These are the Venus, Neptune, Appollo and the Temple pools. Venus is the only one of the four that allows topless sunbathing.