In the five towers of Caesar’s Palace, the Roman Empire relives its glory. The Colosseum brings us Celine Dion's A New Day and Elton John's The Red Piano, while the Forum hosts a gathering of plebeians, centurions, and nobles (at least, their modern equivalent). High-end designer shops are also a-plenty at the Caesar’s Palace.
The glory of Rome is alive at Caesar’s Palace, from the dramatic façade characterized by gabled pediments and Corinthian columns to the graceful fountains, classic statues, and heavenly pools that invites guests reprieve from the Las Vegas heat.Since its opening in 1966, Caesar’s Palace has been a top tourist destination. Its five towers—Augustus, Centurion, Forum, Palace, and Roman, feature lavish accoutrements fit for a king. At Caesar’s Palace, it seems, every guest is a Caesar.The Colosseum features pure nightclub energy and concert power with Celine Dion’s A New Day and Elton John’s The Red Piano. Celebrity Chefs carve new gourmet empires at Bradley Ogden’s restaurant and Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill. The Forum Shops draws in the masses with over 150 upscale retailers and dining establishments. An open-air Roman Plaza, the trattoria Vialé offers exquisite dining options while an outdoor amphitheater hosts jaw-dropping and eye-popping events.The Baths of Caracalla and the Garden of the Gods complete this picture of Roman decadence, amplified by today’s modern amenities and Las Vegas’ casino fever.
How to get there
By bus: 202, 301, 302, DEUCE, Sam’s Town bus. By shuttle: at the Fashion Show Mall and Tropicana. By monorail, taxi, or trolley.