Located in five towers, all 3,348 guestrooms at Caesars Palace offer high-speed Internet access, laptop-compatible safes, minibars, marble bathrooms, and sitting areas with chaise lounges.
Central by Michel Richard is a 24-hour American bistro whose sister restaurant opened in Washington D.C. in 2007 with inspired food from James Beard award-winner, Mr. Richard. 72-hour short ribs are a crowd favorite.
Beijing Noodle No. 9 serves you Chinese delights at this unique noodle and dim sum emporium. Counter service day or night make it relaxed, but the food is anything but informal.
Bradley Ogden is the first restaurant to bear the chef's name. This restaurant serves traditional farm-fresh American cuisine Tuesday through Sunday evenings. Your taste buds will delight in the twice-baked Maytag Blue soufflé or the free-range chicken. The desserts are designed to tempt, with butterscotch pudding served with snickerdoodles.
Cypress Street Marketplace offers casual meal choices from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.. This is the spot to suit your many tastes: picnic favorites, BBQ, Tex Mex, pizza by the slice, or just a cup of great coffee.
Empress Court is where China meets Vegas. This Cantonese seafood house overlooks the Garden of the Gods.
Hyakumi, reminiscent of a Japanese teas garden, is the perfect spot for sushi, teppenyaki, nigiri, and other popular favorites at lunch or dinner nightly. Choose from teppan or traditional seating.
Lago Buffet's lakeside setting complements this international buffet, that also offers a Saturday and Sunday brunch. Open daily at 7 a.m.
Mesa Grill is where famed chef Bobby Flay's grilling techniques meet Southwest inspiration. Pair palate-tingling favorites like Mexican-spiced rubbed pork tenderloin with an extensive tequila and mescal selection. Open for brunch, lunch, and dinner.
Munchbar's food is paired with chef Bryan Ogden's unique sauces and combinations. An extensive wine, beer, and cocktail list rounds out this fabulous Vegas meeting place.
Payard Pãtisserie & Bistro seduces you with chocolates, pastries, and other delights, from the minute you step inside. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Raos represents the best in New York-Italian cooking. Enjoy traditional pasta dishes with simple ingredients and specialties like steak bistecca, sliced tableside nightly.
Restaurant Guy Savoy can only be described as a gastronomical masterpiece. Award-winning chef Guy Savoy serves up a 10-course evening or an 90-minute express TGV menu. If you love Champagne, you won't want to miss the Krug room, which pairs Savoy’s favorites like colors of caviar and crispy sea bass with Krug vintages from 1985 to 1995. For lighter bites, visit the Bubble Bar and savor Guy Savoy’s small plates and premium champagnes. Reservations required for the main dining room.
Serendipity 3, the Las Vegas outpost of the 1954 original New York restaurant, serves rich and decadent creations daily, like deep-fried oreos and dinosaur-sized BBQ ribs. There's something for everyone!
You'll love myriad dining options, two casinos, live music, the 4.5-acre Garden of the Gods, four outdoor pools, and much more, all at Caesars Palace.
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is home to amazing headline entertainment, like Elton John and Celine Dion.
Please note: Guests will be required to present a valid photo ID and a credit card upon hotel check-in. Hotel package prices include room and room tax, only, and do not cover incidental charges, parking fees, or resort fees which some hotels may collect upon check-in to cover added-value services such as spa, fitness, phone charges and energy fees. In most cases, guests must be at least 21 years old to check in and there must be one person at least 21 years old staying in each room. Most hotel check-in times are 2:00pm to 3:00pm and most hotel check-out times are 11:00am to 12:00pm. To avoid confusion, please note that your flight departure date and time may be different from your hotel checkout date and time.
The USD $29 (plus tax) per night, per room Resort Fee includes: