Fodor's Expert Review Caesars Palace

3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, USA

Caesars was one of the first properties in town to create rooms so lavish that guests might actually want to spend time in them, and all come standard with marble bathrooms and sumptuous beds. Deluxe Rooms in the Octavius or Augustus towers are some of the biggest in this part of the Strip. If you're a real big spender, the house-like villas were designed for whales but are open for public bookings; they come with a private elevator, fireplaces, butlers who speak your language and maybe even a baby-grand piano. Another option: rooms in the elegant Nobu Hotel, a Japanese-theme hotel-within-a-hotel. The second floor of the Augustus Tower features Qua Baths & Spa, a 50,000-square-foot space with a laconium room, Roman baths, and an Arctic ice room with falling snow. The lavish Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, seven pools intertwined with Roman-style gardens and fitness areas and anchored by the Temple pool, is one of the city's best pool complexes. Dogs that weigh 50 pounds or less are welcome in certain rooms.


  • Arctic ice room at Qua
  • Garden of the Gods pool oasis
  • storied property


  • floorplan is difficult to navigate
  • small casino
  • limited on-site parking


Pet Friendly


Phones: 702-731–7110 | 866-227–5938


3992 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals