Caesars Palace in Las Vegas has unveiled a new entry experience that is certain to kick off any meeting, event, or incentive trip in style. The multimillion-dollar renovation includes the original main entrance, casino dome, porte cochere, and the new Galleria Bar.
The roof of the entryway was raised to match the opulence of the hotel lobby, guests enter a beautiful space with a coffered ceiling, marble mosaic floor, 15-foot-tall marble statue of Augustus Caesar, hand-painted illustrations of Roman gods, and a spectacular chandelier containing 70,000 crystals. Beyond the main entryway, two new state-of-the-art gaming pits were added.
A new, larger crystal chandelier that weighs approximately 3,200 pounds and is comprised of 12,000 individual crystals also has added extra sparkle to the casino dome. In addition, there is brighter, energy-efficient LED lighting along with new carpet and wall and ceiling coverings.
The recently added Galleria Bar in the hotel lobby has 24 seats and 22 multi-game slot machines and allows guests to enjoy a cocktail while awaiting check-in 24 hours a day. The décor is a modern take on a large Italian study and incorporates four life-size Venus sculptures and a backdrop of antique mirrors, multi-toned wood with antique gold accents, and Italian inlaid wood murals.
The extravagant entryway is the first of several new additions to Caesars Palace, with Peter Luger Steakhouse, Dominique Ansel Las Vegas, Stanton Social Prime, and more to be introduced soon.
Meeting & Event Space
The 300,000 square feet of meeting space is set apart from the casino area but is close enough for group activities and free time. Among the options are several ballrooms, meeting rooms, board rooms, and more. On the larger side, the 51,000-square-foot, pillarless Octavius and Forum Ballrooms can each accommodate as many as 5,555 guests and be reconfigured into up to 25 separate breakout rooms.
Or shake it up a bit and book the 4.5-acre Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis or 4,100-seat Colosseum.
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