To book your accomodations online, please go HERE. If you have questions or wish to book your accommodations by phone, Ceasars Palace has a Contact Center that may be reached at 866-227-5944. Make sure to mention that you are with the group "IEEE Signal Processing" to receive the ESPA discounted rate.
From the moment you walk through the doors of Caesar's Palace, you know you've arrived at one of the most prestigious resort in the world. Caesar's offers impeccable service and luxury. All the little details that make the difference between an ordinary visit and a spectacular experience are yours at Caesar's.
Just as Rome wasn't built in a day, Caesar's Palace on the Las Vegas Strip continues to reinvent itself and redefine luxury. Built in 1966, the hotel-casino never falls behind the times and instead raises the bar for what visitors can expect when they travel to Las Vegas.
The legendary casino suits the tastes of high-rollers, celebrities or anyone with cash to spend. The race and sports book is open and inviting with huge screens broadcasting all of the sporting action.
In a private enclave off the casino floor is Las Vegas' largest poker room, measuring 14,000 square feet. Host to NBC's "Heads Up" Poker tournament, the non-smoking room includes 29 live tables in the main area. The decor is fit for an art gallery with Vintage LeRoy Neiman paintings and iconic images by sports photographer Neil Leifer, including his famous shot of boxer Muhammad Ali's 1965 victory over Sonny Liston (more can be seen in the Neil Leifer Gallery on the casino level of the Augustus Tower). Players at Caesar's are treated like champions, with table side food service and massages.
The hotel rooms in Caesar's five towers -- Forum, Roman, Centurion, Palace and Augustus -- are as spacious and lavish as any palace accommodations should be, with marble bathrooms and several amenities among the top-rate offerings.
Located just off the lobby, the Augustus Tower features French Chef Guy Savoy's restaurant, two VIP lounges with private check-in for high-end players, three indoor wedding chapels , the relaxing Qua Baths & Spa and boisterous Color salon by celebrity stylist Michael Boychuck, all hold court here.
As home to the first celebrity chef in Las Vegas, (Wolfgang Puck at Spago in the Forum Shops), Caesar's Palace remains meticulous in the restaurants it introduces on property, bringing only the finest of dining, such as the seasonal, farm-fresh American cuisine of Bradley Ogden and the Southwestern cuisine of chef Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill.