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Caesars Palace

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3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas NV 89109
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(702) 731-7110
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Given the Tennessee-born Hearns has spent a great deal of time in Las...

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill is the neighborhood restaurant conceptualized by the award-winning chef. The 290 seat restaurant is the most authentic English pub experience in Las Vegas, as only a native UK chef can provide.

L.A.'s wildly popular Sushi Roku is now in the newly expanded Forum Shops on the Las Vegas Strip. With it's critically acclaimed Modern Japanese fare and Zen-like atmosphere, Sushi Roku is a favorite among both locals and visitors. Reservations are recommended. If you do not see the time you would like available online please call the restaurant and speak with a host.

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There are so many reasons to love Caesar's, not the least of which that it has no less than three chocolate boutiques inside (see my Vegas Sweet Shops guide), the epic Bacchanal buffet, some of the best luxury shopping on the strip (or luxury window shopping, depending), and the amazing Garden of the Gods pools. Rooms are lovely and bright and come with free entry to Pure nightclub, for you party people.

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Since 1966, Caesars has stood simultaneously as the ultimate in Vegas luxury and the nadir (or pinnacle, depending on your values) of Las Vegas cheese. It's the most Vegas-style hotel you'll find, covering all the bases, from the tacky fabulous schmaltz of the recent past to the current trend in high-end luxury.

A celebrated lodging that keeps up with its long-standing reputation.

With its towering row of fountains leading to its entrance, this hotel revolutionized the Strip when it opened in 1966. Now it's almost a city unto itself, with three enormous casinos, a celebrity-filled nightclub, four busy lounges and numerous restaurants that include 808, the acclaimed Bradley Ogden and Restaurant Guy Savoy. The casino's $95-million, 4,100-seat Colosseum houses talent the...

Like Cher, who performs regularly in the hotel's major concert venue, Caesars Palace has been around forever—and seems forever new. The resort casino turned 40 in 2006 but has never stood still. Over the past few years, it has expanded the Forum Shops, opened the Roman bath–inspired Qua Spa, launched the celeb-studded Pure nightclub, and in 2008, debuted the Augustus Tower guest rooms—designed...

Tasty Euro-Pacific cuisine inside one of the Strip's giant hotels.

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Delicate orchids float in glass bowls, while bright green bamboo, white paper lanterns and silver fish decorate the room. An elite clientele relaxes in woven leather chairs or at...

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Not alot on the menu but everything my party of 4 order was simply amazing. I ordered the wedge salad, the dressing was to die for!! My son had wings and said he has never had better. My daughter’s vegetarian dish was delicious and was...

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We had a quick lunch with a burger, corned beef sandwich, chips and beer. The service was good, good food with a decent pub menu and a good selection of beer.

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We met with friends inside Ceasars casino and chose GR Pub & Grill to dine for dinner. The staff were excellent, friendly, patient, and helpful!! Several in our party had the bacon burger which was delicious. Fish n chips were also good. Prices were comparable...

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We ordered a bottle of wine, lamb burger and steak & ale pie. They were delicious and tasty. The service was friendly. Totally happy with the restaurant - truly recommended!

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Had an amazing meal. I had the beef and Ale pie it was delicious. Service was great they were all very friendly.

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The Roman-themed hotel is a landmark resort and convention complex. The garden area features three swimming pools and two giant outdoor whirlpool spas. Truly amazing shopping is available at The Forum Shops, featuring more than 160 boutiques and shops, as well as restaurants. Additional shopping is found on the Apian Way, where you will also find a life-sized replica of Michelangelo's David. A...

A tribute to the opulence of Rome, this Las Vegas Strip resort is buffered from crowds by a vast open-air plaza; both the Las Vegas Convention Center and downtown are within 3 miles.

This 4.5-star hotel is close to Las Vegas Convention Center and University of Nevada-Las Vegas.

Caesars Palace can be found at Las Vegas Blvd S 3570. The following is offered: Wedding Venues. The entry is present with us since Sep 8, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Las Vegas there are 72 other Wedding Venues. An overview can be found here.

Caesars Palace features a variety of wedding ceremony venues, ranging from an Intimate Garden setting to the Palace Chapel. A number of wedding packages are available through the hotel. Caesars Palace also features a grand ballroom and numerous restaurants that are ideal for a wedding reception.

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There are so many reasons to love Caesar's, not the least of which that it has no less than three chocolate boutiques inside (see my Vegas Sweet Shops guide), the epic Bacchanal buffet, some of the best luxury shopping on the strip (or luxury window shopping, depending), and the amazing Garden of the Gods pools. Rooms are lovely and bright and come with free entry to Pure nightclub, for you party people.

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