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Caesars Palace. Those two words are almost synonymous with Las Vegas. Caesars Palace is recognized around the planet as one of the world's greatest hotels. It is situated right at the center of the Las Vegas Strip and houses what many consider to be the most luxurious accommodations in the city.

The theme of Caesars Palace is that of a modern-day Roman Empire. At Caesars, you'll find the luxurious Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, which boasts a 4.5-acre pool complex. To top it off, they have a 22,000 square foot fitness center, a salon, and a spa which is one of the largest in Las Vegas. Venus The Salon at Caesars Palace and The Spa at Caesars Palace provide a great place to relax and enjoy a nice message or facial.

If you like to gamble there is nearly 130,000 square feet of casino space to keep you busy...it's not unusual to get lost in that place, as the casino floor is absolutely gigantic. It offers you all of the popular table games like crabs, roulette, and blackjack, as well as the ever popular sports book. What about slots? The casino has roughly 2,000 slot machines that range from a nickle to 500 bucks.

And just as your coming to the end of the slots, you suddenly find yourself in the Forum Shops, which offer 14 different restaraunts, as well as some of the most upscale shopping you'll find in any one place. The murals on the ceiling of the Forum Shops look as though a pieceful blue sky is watching over you. As far as other restaurants, the rest of the hotel outside of The Forum Shops have eight more places to dine. In fact, Caesars Palace offers a superb selection of both casual and fine dining restaurants, which have been voted the best in Las Vegas on many occasions.

As far as accommodations go, this popular Las Vegas landmark offers over 2,400 rooms and 450 suites, both large and small. The luxurious guest quarters have all of the goodies, such as the old-world marble in the bathrooms, elegant dressing rooms, and of course the large roman whirpool bathtubs.

The Deluxe Rooms and Spa Deluxe Rooms, are approximately 325 square feet, and are located in three different towers: the Roman, Centurion, and Forum towers. All deluxe rooms come standard with armoires and a safe, while the Palace Tower rooms have added features, like oversized whirlpool baths, mini-refrigerators, and a two-line telephone with internet access. All rooms in the Palace Tower also come with nine-foot ceilings, so that you feel right at home. The Spa Deluxe Rooms feature oversized marble Jacuzzi bath tubs. The largest suite at Ceasars Palace Las Vegas is just over 1,400 square feet and comes with a grand piano, dining room area with a large table, a full bar, as well as a nice living room and seperate powder room.

Its no wonder that Caesars Palace in Las Vegas has been playfully named a modern-day Roman Empire, and there are so many other things about Caesars that words don't really do justice to. For example, imagine walking along the Las Vegas Strip, when suddenly you find yourself at a row of cypress trees and spectacular water fountains that shoot high up in the air....by the way this is just the front of the driveway going into Caesars. The next thing you know you're passing an oval shaped pool which casually displays a 16th century sculpture which is just a prelude to the other magnificent sculptures throughout the resort, including one of Michelangel's most famous works. You really have to experience Caesars to believe it.

So remember folks, you've never been to Las Vegas until you've been to Caesars Palace.

 


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