Caesars Palace Casino Review

Considered one of the more upscale casinos in town, Caesars Palace offers a wide variety of gaming options as well as an abundance of slot machines. Table games include: Blackjack, craps, roulette, Let It Ride, Pai Gow, Caribbean Stud, Baccarat. Caesars also offer roulette tables with one zero instead of two, a rare find in Vegas these days. The Palace Court area is for the high-rollers and is a private gaming area that offers luxury amenities as well as high betting tables. The Pussy Cat Dolls gaming area has dealers that are dressed in barely there go-go dancer costumes for a little something different. Minimum bets at most tables in Caesars begin at around $25. However, some roulette tables offer $10 minimums. Slot machines range from a nickel to as high as $500. There is also a section of video poker machines.

Cocktail service at Caesars is efficient and drinks are strong, and the best part is the drinks are free. The poker room is also one of the biggest and best on the Strip. With over 30 tables and a separate tournament room, it’s truly a poker lovers dream. The room is also one of the most diverse. The range of limits varies about as much as the skill level of the players. Be careful when sitting down, chances are you may be sitting next to one of televisions famous tournament stars.

Possibly one of the largest in town, the Caesars Race and Sports Book is more than just a place to watch a game. It’s the place to watch a game. With 20’x 30’ TV screens and 250 seats, there’s room for everybody. The setting at the sportsbook at Caesars is traditional; a big open room, lots of comfortable seats, and tons of TV screens create the perfect recipe for a sporting event. The sportsbook at Caesars also hosts some of the best parties a sports fan could ask for. The book hosts super bowl parties, Kentucky Derby parties, and NASCAR parties, just to name a few.

Type of bets offered include: Daily lines, parlays, match-ups, futures, propositions, and pari-mutuel racing. Lines are posted by 8:30 am each day and the betting structure at Caesars is relatively simple. However, the fun is not! Cocktail service is provided for anyone betting and those looking to grab a bite to eat can head to the famous Mesa Grill owned by celebrity chef Bobby Flay. Caesars offers one of the best sports books in the world and sports fans absolutely shouldn’t miss it when traveling to Las Vegas.