3570 Las Vegas Boulevard S // Las Vegas Strip » map
|Rating:||★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★|
|Pricing:||$ $ $ $ $|
|Deposit:||First night charge plus tax|
|Resort Fee:||$32/day plus tax|
|Comp Club:||Total Rewards|
|Drink Service:||Bribes required|
|Deals:||1 deals for Caesars Palace|
Real Deal on the Caesars Palace
Who woulda thunk that one of the oldest hotels in town would still be the best? Since its opening in 1966, Caesars Palace has had a steady stream of owners, some expert, some delinquent. Who knew that it would take a hotel manager stolen from the Wynn organization in 2011, Ramesh Sadwani, to return shine to the Caesars crown. Factor in the brand new Octavius, Augustus, Forum and Julius towers and the boutique Nobu hotel, new restaurants and a rotating array of superstar entertainment, one has to wonder why you'd stay anywhere else but this bonafide, dependable classic.
Are the vibes lucky at Caesars Palace?
Gaming fit for an emperor. The Caesars Palace Casino table pit is the prototype for every great casino in the world, its somewhat small, but regal and unbelievably classy. Be if you can't sink in for at least a grand to start, don't bother playing here. Most table games are $25-50 minimums with most players chipping up 2x and more the minimum per hand... you don't want to look like a grinder now do you?
What casino games are offered at Caesars Palace?
Baccarat, blackJack, craps, roulette, paigow tiles & paigow poker, tons of slots and an awesome Race & Sports Book. The slots at Caesars Palace are quite playable, particularly in the circular walkway between the main table pit and the Shadow bar. Drink service isn't the greatest, unless you're plunking at the dollar or higher slots. Still they've got good games with decent returns and occasional winners. Plus you can oogle the girls that are going in and out of Caesars Palace's PURE night club.
Does Caesars Palace have casino comps?
Your Total Rewards card works here.