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Caesars Palace

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3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas Conveniently located right on the Vegas strip, Caesars Palace is a Las Vegas classic. Caesars Palace offers grandeur, fun, and a great escape from day to day life. Whether you are visiting Caesars Palace for the gaming, or staying there to enjoy the luxurious hotel, Caesars Palace will be a memorable part of your Vegas vacation. The casino at Caesars Palace offers a total gaming experience. In the 129,000 square feet of tables, slots and games, you’ll find everything from poker and keno to slot machines. Racing and sports betting is available, as are table games of all sorts. Low stakes gamblers will find penny and nickel slot machines to wile away a Vegas afternoon, while high rollers have access to a world renowned poker room, high stakes slots, and a wide variety of table games. If you enjoy the gaming experience at Caesars Palace, you may find the fun and splendor of the hotel at Caesars Palace ideal for your Vegas vacation. Whether you choose a traditional economical guest room at Caesars Palace or splurge on the elegance of a deluxe or premier guest room, you will find Caesars Palace a great home for your stay in Las Vegas. At all price levels, you will find the hotel at Caesars Palace a warm, welcoming, and fun filled experience. Caesars Palace boasts four beautiful sparkling pools with Roman style mosaics and poolside cabanas. A full service salon and spa provides you with any pampering services you might require. More than 120 shops offer everything from fine apparel to jewelry in Roman style grandeur. Caesars Palace is also home to several bars and nightclubs, featuring everything from traditional Vegas style entertainment to fun flair bartending. Fine restaurants offer a variety of cuisines in style and comfort. The 4000 seat Colosseum Theater brings a variety of famous entertainers to Vegas for shows of all types. From gambling to relaxing, from partying to playing, Caesars Palace offers the full Las Vegas vacation experience, combined with the glamour and style of the height of the Roman empire. Great vacation packages incorporating show tickets, spa time, or meal packages with your fine Caesars Palace hotel room are available. If you are planning a Vegas getaway, consider the height of Vegas grandeur at Caesars Palace. ....read more

The Stratosphere

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2000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas The Stratosphere is not the largest hotel, nor does it have the biggest casino. But it’s got something that is nowhere else in Las Vegas or anywhere else: The Stratosphere Tower. The Tower, as it’s known locally, is 1,149 feet high. At the top is the famed revolving restaurant and entrances to the rides. With both indoor and outdoor observation decks, the 100-story structure also offers a lounge, restaurants and, of course, a spectacular view. The windows come down to the floor at an angle so it’s possible to look straight down and see what’s below – nothing but air. In 30 seconds the double-decker elevator will rush to the top at 1,800 feet per minute or three floors a second. Naturally, you’ll want to travel down a little more slowly. Apart from the observation deck itself there are several thrill rides that are enormously popular. The Big Shot, X-Scream and Insanity are all aptly named. Any one of them is enough to exhaust your adrenalin long before you start gambling. But then, gambling that you’ll stay on is what these rides are all about. The Big Shot is almost 1,100 feet high and qualifies as the highest thrill ride in the world. The Insanity is less high (900ft), but by spinning riders at 40 miles per hour, it earns its name anyway. X-Scream is a ‘mere’ 866 feet, but by dropping riders over the edge it too is aptly named. For those who prefer to get married with a view, there’s The Chapel in the Clouds. A large number of people every year still come to Vegas to get married and this choice is definitely better than the standard cheesy chapel off The Strip. But there are other forms of entertainment as well. The vampire-themed adult revue ‘The Bite’ could only have been conceived and executed in Las Vegas where the unusual is the norm. Then there’s the American Superstars show where the celebrity look-alikes get a chance at stardom while you laugh. The hotel is located at the northern tip of the casino group on The Strip and is the only one actually located in the City of Las Vegas proper. The others are technically in the suburb of Paradise. With 2,444 rooms and an 80,000 square foot casino it’s by no means the largest, but it might very well be the most unusual. Completed in 1996 it didn’t do box-office business at first, but its location eventually proved to be an advantage. It’s centrally located between The Strip and downtown, which is convenient for those who want to see it all, including Fremont Street. The rooms are inexpensive but adequate, and few go to Vegas to sleep anyway. On the other hand, there are plenty of games in the casino where you can spend a lot more money, so never fear. Save that for the rides. ....read more