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Caesars Palace Las Vegas: Here is What’s Open And What’s Not

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Planning a trip to Vegas? If you want to stay at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, here is what’s open and what’s not.

The Mirage Resort and Casino is credited with revitalizing Las Vegas in the late ’80s but decades before, Caesars ruled.

Caesars Palace transformed Las Vegas from kitschy to opulent. From a dusty city in the desert to a vacation destination.

Set back 145 feet from the Las Vegas Strip, the entrance to Caesars Palace complete with giant columns and statues inspired by the Roman Forum and St. Peter’s Square, leads you into a fantasy world of the Romans.

The former mob-controlled luxury hotel and casino has 3,960 rooms including suites and a 4,500 square foot poker room that’s open 24 hours. The Forum Shops were added in 1992.

In this video, we’re touring the Bellagio Las Vegas on the Las Vegas Strip.

You can get Caesar’s Rewards Diamond status for free when you have a Founder’s Card membership. or by matching to Wyndham Diamond.

Here’s how to get Caesars Diamond in a Day with these 4 easy hacks.

Pro-tip: With Diamond status, there are no resort fees when you stay at any Caesars hotels.

Plus you get $100 a year to spend at select Caesars restaurants. You can use all of it at one restaurant or go to several restaurants.

Las Vegas is an inexpensive city to visit. You can score cheap flights on Frontier to Las Vegas or road trip.

Book your stay at Caesars Palace Resort & Casino and other Caesar hotels in Vegas.

Caesars Palace

3570 S Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas, NV 89101 866-227-5938 

Would you eat at Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace while they are filming the Hell’s Kitchen TV show?

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Friday 22nd of January 2021

Thank you for these details. Nowadays if you need to do something, it's better to inform yourself in advance!

Ruth I

Thursday 21st of January 2021

I haven't been to Las Vegas before. But it's one of the many famous place to go. This is helpful specially for those who are planning to visit Vegas. It's really hard to know when place aren't open yet.

Mama Maggie's Kitchen

Thursday 21st of January 2021

This is really helpful and beneficial! It's great to know that information about what's close or what's open is available. Thank you for sharing this.


Thursday 21st of January 2021

I have been wanting to go to Las Vegas for some time now. I think it would be so great to visit there. I'm sure my husband and I will go sometime. It's nice to see what's open now and what's not.

Nikki Wayne

Wednesday 20th of January 2021

Such an informative post. I can't wait to share this on my social media.

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