A staple of the Vegas Strip, Caesars Palace started welcoming visitors to Sin City in the 1960s. Since then, it has made an appearance in such popular films as “Rain Man,” “Iron Man,” and “The Hangover.” Those who choose to gamble at Caesars will find themselves in ancient Rome, with massive columns and frescoes paying tribute to the casino’s namesake. Those who prefer to use their money in other ways can make their way to The Forum Shops, home to about 160 specialty stores and restaurants, including Cartier and Dior, as well as more affordable outlets like H&M and Nike.
Caesars Palace is also home to a variety of nightlife venues, including the 75,000-square-foot Omnia Nightclub and the trendy Vanderpump Cocktail Garden, a favourite among fans of the “Real Housewives” reality television franchise. Meanwhile, the on-site Colosseum venue is home to popular musical residencies like those of Rod Stewart, Sting, and Usher.
Reviewers are fond of the shops, especially if you need a break from the casino and the desert heat. According to travelers, the mall is immaculate and fun to walk around, even if you don’t want to shop. Reviews for the hotel rooms at Caesars Palace are more mixed, with some previous guests praising the amenities and others complaining of lacklustre service and outdated interiors.
You can explore Caesars Palace and The Forum Shops for free, but other attractions within the complex may charge admission. To learn more about entertainment and activities here, visit the Caesars Palace website.