WHAT happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. And most people who stay in Vegas want to stay at Caesar’s Palace.
Even if you’ve never been anywhere near Las Vegas and its famous strip, we bet you’ve heard of this iconic hotel.
And you’ve definitely seen it on screen, in films and TV shows such as Rain Man, The Hangover, Friends, and Ocean’s Eleven.
Caesar’s Palace has been the heart and soul of Las Vegas since it first opened in 1966, helping the area became the entertainment capital it is today, and has played host to more celebrities than anywhere else.
It takes an army to run this place. Now more than double the size it was when opened, it sprawls over 85 acres, has more than
4,000 rooms, a vast concert hall, nine bars, 15 restaurants, a shopping mall, and the famous huge casino floor.
It was built by Jay Sarno in the 60s, who wanted to create a Disneyland for adults.
His son is one of the contributors to this amazing documentary and shares funny and fascinating memories of that time.
The first themed fantasy resort, Caesar’s Palace does Roman-era luxury and opulence on an epic scale.
In the private villas you can expect a lounge, games room, terrace and bar, a grand piano and a bathroom with gold fixtures, plus use of a chauffeurdriven car and a private jet. All for a mere $35k a night.
The opulent Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas USA opened in 1966 One of the hotel’s pools