Be a high roller for a day
A 20-foot (6.1 meter) statue of Julius Caesar welcomes you at the entrance to Caesars Palace. From there on in you’ll find shops, entertainment, casinos and restaurants fit for the proudest and most powerful Emperor.
Where did the name come from?
Jay Sarno, a motel owner, created Caesars Palace in 1966. He chose the name because he believed it would attract seductive women to the hotel, thus encouraging more men into his casino. Why not take a look and see if he was right?
A centre of entertainment
Some of the world’s most famous singers, such as Elton John and Celine Dion, have entertained vast crowds at Caesars Palace. In 2006, a motocross cyclist completed ‘The Impossible Jump’, doing a back flip on a motorcycle over the fountains. Big motor racing, boxing, wrestling and ice hockey events have been held here too.
Let a Big Bus take you there
Want to be a high roller for the day? Why not catch a ride on one our Las Vegas Bus Tours. You can hop off at Caesars Palace and hop back on again when you’ve had your fill – or run out of money!
Other interesting facts about Caesars Palace, Las Vegas:
- Evel Knievel was nearly killed when tried to jump his motorbike over the fountains on New Year’s Eve in 1967
- Over 3 years from 1991, Sheila King won $200 million on the machines here
- Caesars Palace uses over 240 million gallons of water a year in its fountains
- It has hosted many Championship boxing matches, including Larry Holmes v Muhammad Ali in October 1980