Having opened in 1966 Caesars Palace is well over 50 years old. Given this, plus its size, it is unsurprising the ancient Roman themed casino and hotel is considered to be one of Las Vegas’ best known landmarks.
Based in Paradise, Nevada, the luxury hotel and casino is situated on the west side of the Las Vegas strip between Bellagio and The Mirage. It also boasts a huge convention facility of over 300,000 square feet.
Caesars Palace has been expanded since its opening and had no less than seven renovations – the last being in 2015. Right now it boasts 3,960 rooms in six towers meaning if you wanted to spend a night in each it would take you almost 11 years!
Caesars Palace Sportsbook
Open from 8am until 10pm (11pm on Friday and Saturdays) the Caesars Palace Sportsbook has been voted the ‘Best Las Vegas Sports Betting Destination’ for four consecutive years by the readers of the Vegas Review-Journal.
The giant sportsbook at Caesars Palace features relaxing lounges where you can follow your favorite teams on giant HD screens and TVs. As well as enjoying food from nearby restaurants, you have the opportunity to take part in special parties and events at tournaments.
It is an awesome place providing breath-taking action from its custom built, 143′ HD LED display which has state-of-the-art 4-zone directional sound. But if you like privacy sit yourself in one of the 65 private booths so you can bet in comfort. Each has its own 12” flat-screen TV meaning you can watch the action you want.
All of this comes in addition to 13 betting windows. If you find yourself stuck to your seat Caesars have a neat mobile food ordering service via text which means you will not have to miss any of the action.
Caesars Palace Casino
But size isn’t everything. Well actually, when it comes to Vegas size does matter and so here’s the vital statistic gamblers will want to know – Caesars Palace features 11,000 square meters (approx 125,000 square feet) of floor space which is dedicated to gaming tables.
The casino facilities include a multitude of table games, including blackjack, roulette, craps, baccarat, mini-baccarat, Pai Gow and Pai Gow poker. In addition, the casino also features a 4,500-square-foot 24-hour poker room, numerous banks of slot machines and video poker machines.
And it’s not just Vegas residents and regular Vegas visitors which know this huge iconic venue. Evel Knievel’s failed attempt to jump Caesars’ fountains on a motorcycle in 1967 has been broadcast around the globe repeatedly down the years and the 1988 multiple Academy Award winning movie Rain Man featured many scenes from within and outside the venue.
Other, more recent films which used Caesars Palace as a backdrop include Iron Man, Ocean’s 11, The Hangover, Godzilla, 21 and Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project.
Poker at Caesars Palace
If you’re a cash or tournament player you are going to love the Caesars Palace poker room which is now in the heart of the gaming floor situated between The Colosseum and the Race & Sports Book. It’s 4,500-square-foot in size meaning players at its 18 tables have ample space and are not crammed in like they are at some other venues.
Conveniently each seat has its own USB charging point which is good for tournament players who may want to check on the sports scores in-between hands. Incidentally Caesars offer five tournaments a day starting between 10am and midnight – all have a guaranteed prize-pool.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Caesars Palace have a players rewards programme?
Indeed it does, the Caesars Rewards program lets you earn Reward Credits through both your casino gaming and your entertainment activities at this casino and 50 other properties owned by Caesars Entertainment Inc. There are six tiers to the rewards programme and the benefits are amazing.
Are there any promotional packages and deals available for gamblers that want to stay at Caesars Palace?
No matter what time of year there are always some great offers on room rates and cut-price stay-extensions.
Are there plenty of places to eat?
Yes, Caesars Palace features a buffet, five ‘quick bite’ establishments, and additional five casual eating establishments and eight ‘upscale’ restaurants.
Can I play Bingo at Caesars Palace?
Unfortunately not, Bingo is not a feature at the venue and Keno is another absentee although you can play video Keno.
What’s the nightlife like?
There are nine bars and a nightclub in Caesars so it is never dull – weekends are the best for ‘action’ by some way.
Caesars Palace Opening Hours
- Monday: 8:00AM to 10:00PM
- Tuesday: 8:00AM to 10:00PM
- Wednesday: 8:00AM to 10:00PM
- Thursday: 8:00AM to 10:00PM
- Friday: 8:00AM to 11:00PM
- Saturday: 7:30AM to 11:00PM
- Sunday: 7:30AM to 10:00PM