Caesars Palace Inside Info, Discounts, and FAQ
Caesars Palace offers the classic Las Vegas experience. Originally built in 1966, they’ve been adding onto this megaresort that seems to belay the saying “Rome was not built in a day.” What this means to the guest is that the hotel is a gargantuan-sized complex, with many different towers and rooms that makes it imperative to be sure you’re booked into the tower room you’ve paid for. The Augustus Tower is well-worth shelling out a little more cash for, but the Roman, Forum and Palace Towers, while good, are probably not worth paying a high-dollar price.
Go to the Pure Nightclub to experience the ultimate in Vegas nightlife. This is where the hottest of the hot will head, but if you hope to spot a celebrity, they’re likely to be separated in their own VIP area.
All Stage Pass
Total Rewards members can buy an All Stage Pass for just $99. This lets you see as many shows and attractions as you can in 48 hours – with 22 to choose from. Nonmembers pay $119.
If you want to look like you know what you’re doing here, head to the secret entrance door that employees typically use. After exiting the self-park garage, take an immediate right and walk through the door that looks like it isn’t for guests. It leads to the casino floor just a few feet from where you’d be if you walked around it, but you’ll look like a true insider.