Caesars Palace

The bacchanal returns to Caesars Palace Las Vegas

The bacchanal is back! Caesars Palace’s famed Bacchanal feast is returning, this time in the form of a 25,000-square-foot buffet extravaganza. The original Bacchanal was Caesars Palace’s gourmet room where attendees took three hours to taste a variety of gastronomic extravaganzas while toga-clad waiters and waitresses served wine. It was…

Vegas Weekender: Are you ready for fight week?

A fight is breaking out in Vegas this weekend – and it’s a big one! UFC 148 is coming to town and bringing festivities that will include everything from pool parties and pub crawls to open workouts, a weigh-in and the big event. Plus, as part of the inaugural International…

The Forum Shops celebrates 20 years in Las Vegas

Celebrating its 20th year in Las Vegas, the Forum Shops inside Caesars Palace has come a long way. Even as a local, I still journey to the Las Vegas Strip to shop here. Sometimes sales associates act surprised and wonder why I took the trip. For Forum Shops, I make…

10 of the most unusual room amenities in Vegas

Ever wonder what the most unique room amenities are in Las Vegas? Hotels here will do almost anything to entice guests. From a menu of seduction-oriented accessories to themed baths drawn by bath butlers, some of the extravagant extras in the Entertainment Capital of the World go over the top!…

Vegas gets into the swim of things

Now that spring has sprung, you don’t have to worry about how to get into Las Vegas’ trendiest restaurants and nightclubs. They’re taking a back seat to the hottest places in town – the pools! Just imagine: You could be soaking up the sun in a chaise lounge, on a…

Making connections: Hospitality internet trends in Vegas

Reliable internet access is extremely important in this day and age. For both leisure and business travelers, it’s become a basic need. Could you live offline – even for just a weekend? Fortunately, in Las Vegas, you won’t have to try. The city’s hotels and motels offer an array of…

‘Absinthe’ one refreshing show

By Caroline Fontein VEGAS.com A highly potent spirit, Absinthe packs a punch for those who indulge in it. The show of the same name is just as intoxicating. Guests do more than spectate. They’re absorbed into a world of colorful performers whose reality feels surreal to the unknowing outsider. If you’ve…

Raising the standard in Vegas

The new Octavius Tower at Caesars Palace makes a colossal impression on the city By Renée LiButti Vegas.com Caesars Palace has personified growth, imagination and innovation throughout its history in Las Vegas. The thriving Roman-themed resort possesses a can-do spirit that is an inspiration in the hospitality industry. Early this…

Vegas Weekender: Make a splash in Vegas

Pamper yourself poolside or get your party on, this weekend in Vegas is all about making a splash. Caesars Palace, the Rio and Flamingo add to the pool-life scene by offering poolside massages and other spa treatments for the utmost in luxury and relaxation under the sun. Revelers who want…

Eating smart

Sometimes it’s hard to find a good deal in Vegas. No, not the “sort of” good deals you can find if you eat dinner at 2 a.m., bring a coupon and like your eggs painfully rubbery and overdone. I mean a really good deal. Earlier this year, Zagat released a survey…

Vegas Weekender: Pre-summer shows still pack punch

Summer is inching its way closer and that means more visitors coming to the Las Vegas Strip, but those who can beat the rush will be welcomed with legendary headliners, premiere parties and shorter lines than what you would find in July. Headliners Country music legend Merle Haggard performs at…

Vegas Uncork’d: Food festivities

Culinary greats including Rick Moonen, Bradley Ogden, Jet Tila, and François Payard are headlining 2011’s Vegas Uncork’d, taking place May 5 – 8. The lineup was announced at a press conference Tuesday. The four-day festival of events promises to attract a large food-loving crowd. Various events take place all day…

Vegas celebrates Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is one of the most important festivities in China and Taiwan and every year, Las Vegas goes all out to help celebrate the holiday. Chinese New Year 2011 (the year of the rabbit) begins on Feb. 3 and lasts for 15 days. Rabbits seem to be multiplying all over…

Where to watch the World Series in Vegas

While some say football has surpassed baseball as “America’s game” (we’ll stay out of the debate), the World Series is the crowning jewel of the baseball season where you actually see the two best teams fight it out for the title. This year’s Fall Classic, as always, brings plenty of…

Tattoo yourself with funky Halloween art

Color – A Salon by Michael Boychuck at Caesars Palace is about to make Halloween a lot more fun. If you want to do something over the top this Halloween season, make your body a canvas with body painting. At Color, book a session with award-winning make-up and body paint…

Vegas hotels introduce Fido-friendly program

Anyone who owns a dog knows that traveling and planning vacations can be tricky. Can you find a hotel that will allow you to bring your pet along? Can you bribe someone to take care of your furry friend? Or do you have to pay an exorbitant  amount to leave…

10 Days ’til 10-10-10

A perfect 10. A dime. When someone or something is deemed a 10, that means they’ve really got it going on. With 10-10-10 (Oct. 10, 2010) only 10 days away, Vegas celebrates this once-in-our-lifetime in style. With participating properties like Caesars Palace and Hard Rock, Vegas takes 10-10-10 to a…