In a city of iconic resorts, there’s only one Caesars Palace. It recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, which is a true testament to its staying power and enduring appeal.
Caesars is flanked by the Mirage to the north and the Bellagio to the south. There's another long stretch of Caesars Entertainment-owned casino hotels across the street. In other words, Caesars Palace is within easy walking distance of multiple resorts, allowing guests ample options for entertainment.
In addition, Caesars shares a Monorail stop with the Flamingo.
Rooms start at 360 square feet with one King bed. Infant beds, cribs, and rollaway beds are available upon request for an additional fee. The décor focuses on relaxing neutrals accented by flashes of gold and yellow.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM.
You and your kids can probably spend a whole day exploring the Forum Shops at Caesars and still not cover anywhere near all of the stores you would like to check out. With over 160 shops, here's a huge range of offerings on display here, like Apple, H&M, Fendi, Sephora, and so much more. The Forum Shops are also packed with restaurants and free attractions like the Fall of Atlantis show. Read on to learn more.
This free animatronic show brings the legendary City of Atlantis to life right in the heart of a premier shopping destination! Bring the kids and watch them be enthralled by special effects, pyrotechnics, even a dragon! While some aspects may seem over-the-top for adults, we recommend embracing the silliness!
The show starts at the top of the hour every hour from 11 AM to 10 PM.
Guests can choose from eight heated outdoor pools to customize their ideal poolside experience. The huge Temple Pool has fountains for splashing, while the Jupiter Pool is aimed towards families with children. Rafts, cabanas, and daybeds are available for rent; lounge chairs can be reserved at the various pools for a fee.
The Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis is open daily from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Got a family of animal lovers? Bring them to the Flamingo's Wildlife Habitat! This beloved attraction houses the casino's namesake birds and numerous other animals in a pristine environment that's a great experience in conservation for all ages. It's also a sweet serene spot, great for those in need of a break from the Strip's hustle and bustle.
The Flamingo Wildlife Habitat is free of charge and open to kids of all ages. Pelican feedings take place daily at 8:30 AM and 2:30 PM.
The Mac King Magic Show combines idiosyncratic family-family humor, stunning sleight of hand, and goldfish (yes, goldfish!) into one incredible all-ages treat. Even if your kids are very young, you don't have to worry because the show is squeaky clean and yet thoroughly entertaining. Think you're too old for magic? Think again!
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s the Strip’s only zipline! Get ready for 12 stories of sky-high adrenaline-fueled excitement! Riders can choose to be seated or do their best Superman impression with Superhero style.
Riders must weigh between 60lbs and 300lbs (27kg - 136kg) and be at least 40” tall. Riders under 18 years old must have a parent or guardian sign for permission.
Absinthe is the ideal blend of variety, wild acrobatics, and lots of people doing ultra cool things and it's the one Las Vegas show you’ll never forget. Just like the glowing green spirit that is the show’s namesake, consuming this experience will make you feel as though you were struck by something wonderful you can’t quite put your finger on.
When you don't have time for a leisurely sit-down meal and need to grab some quick reasonably-priced grub on the go, the Forum Food Court is the perfect choice. There's a great variety here for all preferences, like Earl of Sandwich, Smashburger, Tiger Wok & Ramen, The Halal Guys, Crepes And More, La Gloria Street Food of Mexico and DiFara Pizza.
Forum Food Court opens daily at 7:00 AM.
Café Americano, conveniently located in the Caesars Palace lobby, is a restaurant with something for all ages and appetites. The café serves up classic American fare with a Latin twist in a contemporary and relaxed atmosphere. The extensive breakfast menu includes everything you and your kids can possibly want from standard dishes to new twists on old favorites. For something a bit different, try the Café Crunch French Toast or the Cuban Sandwich.
Café Americano is open 24 hours.
A treat for all the senses! From the gigantic fish tanks at the entrance to the chefs hard at work in the open kitchen, Beijing Noodle No. 9 invites your family to feast in more ways than one. The 14-page menu might seem a little intimidating, but that just makes it easier to pick some delicious Asian dishes to share with the kids.
Beijing Noodle No. 9 is open is open from 11:00 AM to 12:00 AM Sunday to Thursday and 11 AM to 2 AM on Friday and Saturday.
Other great dining options at Caesars Palace include Nobu, Mesa Grill, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, Restaurant Guy Savoy, Mr. Chow, and more.
Caesars Palace does not offer on-sight childcare.
Guests can sign up free of charge for the Caesars Total Rewards Program upon their arrival. Earned and unexpired points can be used toward in-hotel purchases like meals and shows.
Caesars Palace charges a daily resort fee of $44.21.
While Caesars may not have much created with youngsters in mind, there’s plenty of all-ages fun to be had on the property with the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis and Forum Shops, as well as a wealth of activities nearby. In addition, no hotel on the Strip has a bigger and more eclectic selection of family-friendly restaurants.