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Caesars Palace Hotel

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Hotel rating : ♠ ♠ ♠ ♠ ♠
Location : The Strip
Number of rooms: 3348
Check-in time : 3:00 pm
Check-out time : 11:00 am
Casino : YES YES
Race & Sportsbook : YES
Convention Space : YES
Wedding Chapel : YES
Business Center : YES
In-room internet access : YES
Fitness Area : YES
Pool : YES
Spa : YES
Nightlife : Pure nightclub features Pussycat Dolls Lounge.
Shows : Celine Dion, Elton John
Shops : Forum Shops

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caesars palace caesars palace caesar's vegas caesars palace Address: 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109 US
Restaurants : Sushi Roku, Bradley Ogden, Augustus Café, Empress Court, Guy Savoy, Hyakumi Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar, Cafe Lago, Café Ferrara and Cafe Della Spiga, Neros, Bertolini's, Chinois, The Palm, La Salsa, Spago, Stage Deli, BOA Steakhouse, Il Mulino, Joe's Seafood.

Standard room amenities : cable TV, PPV Movies, AC, hair dryer, in-room high-speed internet, iron, refrigerator, television, telephone with voice mail.

Hotel amenities : Fitness center, VIP services, laundry, luggage and maid services, safety deposit box, valet parking.

Caesars Palace Hotel

Originally named Cabana Palace, then Desert Palace, the hotel officially opened its doors as Caesars Palace in 1966. The name change and design were decided upon to create a world where everyone could be treated as an emperor, a palace for all Caesars - hence no apostrophe in the name. The original structure cost $25 million to build and was comprised of 680 guest rooms.

Forty years later, by 2006, Caesars Palace has expanded to almost five times its original capacity growing from 40,000 square-feet to more than 130,000. The 85-acre resort features 3,340 guest rooms and suites, the largest poker room in the city, a world-class health and beauty salon and a 4.5 acre pool and garden complex featuring six pools and two whirlpool spas. The Roman Plaza, a 3,000-seat outdoor amphitheatre plays hosts to a variety of outdoor sporting events, concerts and private functions. In March 2003 Caesars Palace opened its 4,100-seat Colosseum providing nightly entertainment including legendary performers Celine Dion, Elton John, and Jerry Seinfeld, the same caliber of talent that guests had come to expect from Caesars Palace.

Caesars Palace has also become the Las Vegas epicenter for culinary greatness as home to over 25 unique cafes and restaurants. Among them include award-winners Bradley Ogden (2004 James Beard Award recipient for best new restaurant in the country), Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill and newly opened RESTAURANT GUY SAVOY featuring the creations of Michelin three-star chef, Guy Savoy. In December 2006 Caesars Palace will open Rao's, the legendary New York Italian restaurant that has operated under the same roof since 1896 that is widely considered as New York's ultimate dining experience.

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