Caesars Palace in Las Vegas C-E
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South,
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109-8933,
Phone: (702) 731-7110
About the Casino
When Caesars Palace opened in 1966 it was THE place to see and be seen. Its audacious Roman Empire theme was great silly fun; the ultimate in tacky Las Vegas glamour.
These days, more than 50 years later, the kitschy glitz has mostly been replaced with upscale luxury but there are still plenty of ornate columns, colonnades, statuary, paintings, and toga-clad models walking around to give you some great photo opportunities. It really is one of the most visually stimulating hotels in town.If you're driving in, you'll have plenty of time to admire the Caesars scenery as you hike from the parking garage to the registration desk. The fact that they don't have sherpas standing by to help you make the ridiculously long trek through the casino laden down with luggage seems like a missed opportunity. Yes, you could use any of the four valet parking options, some of which get you closer to the lobby, but those are often "full" and restricted to guests and/or the upper echelons of the players' club strata.
If you are going to be a guest, there are plenty of different room towers, each with its own personality and price point.
The most affordable, and by extension the most basic, of the bunch are those in the Roman Tower. You can often get good room rates here but if you can afford to take a step up, do so, as these are not much better than what you'll find at the mid-market hotels in town.
Nov 6, 2020 - Nov 8, 2020
$200,000 Slot Tournament ($3000 Buy-in)
Aug 20, 2020 - Aug 22, 2020
$140,000 Summer Classic Slot Tournament ($500 buy-in)