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This place is OTT Las Vegas luxe at its finest. Sprawling Caesars Palace takes you back to the decadent days of Ancient Rome, while offering you all the luxury mod-cons you’d expect in Vegas. Statues imported from Italy – including an exact replica of Michelangelo’s David – line the halls, alongside ornate murals, gold-leaf detailing and Italian marble flooring. And the Garden of Gods Pool Oasis was designed in the style of Roman baths, so you’ll feel like an emperor every time you go for a dip.
Las Vegas draws in millions of tourists thanks to its world-class casinos, and Caesars Palace is perhaps the best-known of them all. If you’re feeling lucky, head down to the hotel’s vast casino, which has celebrated more $1 million slot wins than any other casino in the world. Have a flutter on the slots, or play a table game like craps, baccarat and six card poker. And if you’ve worked up a thirst, visit bars like Numb and Vista for a frozen cocktail or classic spirits.
Catch the world’s best entertainers in the 4,000+ seater ‘The Colosseum’ stadium, which has welcomed superstars like Rod Stewart, Dionne Warwick and Morrissey, to name a few. Or go for other shows like Absinthe, which features burlesque acts and incredible acrobatics. If theatre’s not your thing, though, there’s plenty more to see. Caesars Palace boasts more than 160 shops, seven pools, and a Roman bath-style spa
This eatery takes inspiration from Gordon Ramsay’s internationally loved TV show. But dinner here is a much more relaxing experience, featuring dishes like beef wellington and eggs in purgatory.
Brought to you American celebrity chef, Bobby Flay, this place serves up tamales, lobster tacos and spiced pork tenderloin, as well as a selection of brunch dishes and tequila cocktails.
Dinner at Mr Chow’s is an exclusive experience, as you’ll enter through a private elevator before feasting on Beijing’s best flavours. Feast on rich Chinese flavours overlooking the pool.
Inspired by the Roman landmark, this bar is a relaxing place to come for drinks. Pick your favourite from the Mojito Hut and listen to DJ beats.
Celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis serves up Italian dishes with a Californian twist at Pronto. Sit down for a casual dinner, paired with one of 40 Californian or Italian wines.
Authentic Italian ingredients, including Parmigiano-Reggiano cheeses and San Marzano plum tomatoes, go into Rao’s delicious dishes. Dine on the patio, or sit at the centre bar for cocktails.
Vista might be in the centre of the casino, but its unique LED panels offer ‘views’ across some of the world’s most iconic skylines. Look across Manhattan as you sip timeless cocktails in Vegas.
Wander past the huge fish tanks and, when you’re settled, peruse the 14-page menu at this Asian restaurant. Dim sum, fried rice and handmade noodles are just a few of your options.
Sample fine single-malt whiskeys and a menu of cigars at this classy lounge space. You can also book out the 10-seater Vault Room for a private dinner or whiskey tasting experience.
Mouth-watering French dishes from Michelin-starred chef Guy Savoy are the order of the day here. Sample artichoke and black truffle soup, and finish off your meal with fondant au chocolat.
Juicy porterhouse for two, New York strip steaks, Kobe meatballs and more are on the menu at this steakhouse, inspired by the 19th-century New York institution.
This sprawling nightclub welcomes dance music’s biggest names. You can party in the futuristic main room, head to the exclusive ultra-lounge or take a breather on the terrace.
If you need to cool down after a day in the sun, wander across to Numb. This place specialises in frozen slushy cocktails, including coffee-infused Numb Cappuccino and sweet Strawberry Butterfly.
Some of the world’s biggest acts perform at this intimate lounge, designed in the style of Cleopatra’s famous river barge. Order cocktails and take in the music.
Caesars Palace has more than 4,000 rooms and suites spread across five towers, each with its own distinct identity. You can choose a room that suits your needs, as there are more than 65 different types of room, suite and villa available. Each is spacious and modern – the ideal place from which to explore Sin City.
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