Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, U S A
Rome is not in ruin, but thriving in all its classic splendour! Caesars Palace is ancient Rome to the hilt; everything from the huge 'Garden of the Gods' pool area, to the Colosseum Theatre and Forum shops is adorned with subtle and not-so-subtle touches. Discover statues, columns, cypresses and fountains at every turn, not forgetting the sky-effect ceiling which changes colour as it goes through a 24-hour day every hour! The aforementioned Colosseum plays host to big names like Celine Dion, Elton John, Rod Stewart and from December 2012, Shania Twain. There are 11 restaurants in the hotel and 17 in the Forum Shops all offering a wide variety of cuisine; and this continues to grow with Michelin Star Chef Gordon Ramsay opening his brand new Pub & Grill late 2012. There are nightclubs like the famous PURE, as well as many bars, lounges and quality restaurants for dining and socialising, and a spectacular pool area for relaxing in the desert sunshine. And of course you can go from Nero to Hero at the hotel's themed casino.
Location: In the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, next to Bellagio.
Transfer: approx 25 minutes from McCarran International Airport
Board Basis: Room Only
Extra Value: no resort fees.Facilities
4 Swimming pools
Classic rooms have one king or two queen size beds, air conditioning, internet access, TV, mp3 dock, mini bar, hairdryer, iron and safe.
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About Las Vegas
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas; so immerse yourself in 'the entertainment capital of the world' on Las Vegas holidays. Surrounded by the sun-scorched beauty of the Nevada desert, you don't have to be a high roller to enjoy holidays to Las Vegas, with plenty of non-gambling activities along the bright lights of the Strip. While you're guaranteed a high dose of glitz and glamour, holidays in Las Vegas have gone upmarket in recent years, thanks to a new crop of super-luxury hotels, high-class eateries, sleek shopping malls, and family friendly facilities in the mega-resorts.