Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas

 

 

Celebrating the glory of Rome, Caesar’s Palace represent the ultimate in Vegas experience. The Roman colonnades, Roman pillars, giant Roman statues, Gladiator clad models ready to pose for pictures — all speak Vegas even after 2 decades from its opening in 1966.

  

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 The 3,384 units are spread over five towers. The guest rooms and suites are elegantly designed. We stayed in one of the de luxe rooms in the Palace Tower. Marble-finished bathrooms, soaking tubs, flat-screen tv, and floor to ceiling windows took my breath away.

 

 

 

 

Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis

Inspired by the Baths of Caracalla, in Rome, Caesars did not scrimp on cost to renovate the Garden of the Gods pools and gardens.  It’s six swimming pools surrounded by fountains and regal statues look like an emperors masterpiece. There are two outdoor wedding chapels that are just charming.

 

 

 

 

The Forum Shops

It will not be Vegas without the shopping. The Forum has a multitude of stores that cater to the average shopper to the high-end market.

 

 

 

Verdict:

My sister and brother found the pillows in our room too soft, but it was fine with me. Navigating the casino to get to our tower was a little bit confusing at first but you sort of memorize the way after a while. Nevertheless, it’s still a long way when you are already exhausted from walking all over The Strip. Overall, my stay at Caesars was a sweet experience. I had a grand time. It made me feel that I was really in Las Vegas.

 

 

 

 

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~ by Happy Sole on February 12, 2011.

3 Responses to “Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas”

  1. Great photos! Thanks for sharing a glimpse of Caesar’s Palace, Vegas. I love it. Really hope I could visit someday.

  2. tenkyu! im glad you liked it!

    oh and by the way, someday you will… 🙂

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