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.