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Things to do at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

shoppingCaesars Palace Las Vegas offers excellent dining, great nightclubs, a chance to attend excellent concerts and stand up comedy shows… but it’s also home to great shopping, pools, spa, a golf course and a photography gallery.

Shopping at Caesars Palace

There are more than 120 stores in two elegant buildings and they are guaranteed to offer everything you might want or need.

Forum Shops: is a luxury retail shopping, dining and entertainment destination, featuring 160 boutiques and stores and 13 restaurants .

Appain Way Shops: is located in a quiet shopping arcade and comprises shops which sell luxury apparel, gifts, art and jewelry.

Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis

poolThe pools at Caesars Palace Las Vegas are probably the most interesting and breathtaking in Las Vegas. The Bacchus pool overlooks the expanded Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis offers stunning views Jupiter and Apollo pools and excellent cabanas service.

There are over 40 cabanas available for the guests, all with stocked refrigerators, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, iPod docks, wireless Internet, ceiling fans and plush furniture.

The pools at Caesars Palace Las Vegas are:

The Apollo Pool : is located at the southwest corridor of the oasis and features five cabanas and seven canopied day beds as well as chaise lounges.

The Fortuna Pool : it’s an action packed pool where you can play blackjack, enjoy some good food or visit the Sun lounge.

The Jupiter Pool : is secluded in the northwest corner of the oasis and offers five cabanas, eight day beds, three Scoop day beds and chaise lounge chairs.

The Neptune Pool : is the social hub of the oasis and features eight cabanas, 24 day beds and chaise lounge chairs.

The Temple Pool : is an elegant spot, with lounge chairs surrounding the round pool. There are also five cabanas and seventeen day beds for the guests to use.

The Venus Pool : offers an exclusive pool experience in Las Vegas. Ultra-high end food and beverages are available. There are eleven cabanas, four couches, fourteen day beds and chaise lounge chairs for the guests to use. Admission is $20 for men and $10 for ladies Sunday through Thursday, $10 more on Fridays and Saturdays.

Qua Baths and Spa

If you really want to pamper yourself, discover the Roman baths, a dry-heat Laconium room and a stunning, snow-filled Arctic Ice room within the Baths and Spa. It is a luxurious retreat offering a unique experience and a tranquil setting. It offers 51 treatment rooms, including: 7 facials rooms, Personal hydrotherapy tubs, Herbal Steam Room and a sauna.

Within the spa, there’s a Fitness center, with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment. The fitness pass is $25 per day while the Roman Rituals pass – which includes both access to the Spa and the Fitness center – is $45 per day.

Special packages are available: Escape to Relaxation from $125/night– includes 2 nights classic accommodation and $50 Spa Credit – and Ultimate Indulgence from $318/night– includes 3 nights in an Augustus Tower Deluxe room , two exclusive spa treatments at Qua and other services.


Whether you need just a simple manicure or are looking for a makeover, COLOR Salon by Michael Boychuck is the place to go. The luxury amenities include: hair care, Lather Lounge, The Vanity room and Crystal Manicure & Pedicure Room.

Special packages are available. Color Salon Package (current promotion) includes 2 nights classic accommodation and one express manicure. The price starts at $120/night.

Neil Leifer Gallery

It features the most spectacular and iconic photographs in sports history. Admission is free. The gallery is located on the casino level of the Augustus Tower at Caesars Palace.


golfThe guests at Caesars Palace Las Vegas are welcomed to use the golf courses owned by Harrah’s Entertainment: Cascata Golf and Rio Secco Golf.

Casacata Golf, ranked one of the top 100 modern courses in America and the #2 course in Nevada by Golfweek magazine, provides some excellent vistas. Green fees range from $350-$500 depending on the season. Reservations are required.

Rio Secco Golf , named the #1 public course in Nevada by Las Vegas PGA, is located just 12 minutes south of the Las Vegas Strip. Green fees include shared golf cart, access to the practice facilities, bottled water, and divot tool and start at $75 per person during the holidays and at $100 per person for the rest of the year. Reservations are required.