Welcome to Las Vegas. A city that’s earned quite the reputation. And you won’t want to miss a moment of it. There’s so much to do and if you only have a limited time in the city there are a few highlights that you definitely won’t want to miss.

Dining, Drinks, and Delicious

It’s hard to find a bad meal in Vegas as this food mecca attracts some of the finest chefs from around the globe. From trendy to classic dining, not to mention some of the best buffets you’ll ever experience, you’re guaranteed to find something you love.

Hey, it’s Vegas, there’s something for everyone! In fact, check out the eateries right here at Caesar’s Palace:

Quick Bites

Forum Food Court  $  wide variety of quick-serve dining options 

Brioche by Guy Savoy  $  sweet and savory brioche shop

Pronto by Giada  $  Italian casual dining

Casual Dining

Beijing Noodle No. 9   $$  authentic Asian flavor

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill  $$$  authentic English pub experience

Searsucker Las Vegas  $$  contemporary spin on American classic comfort foods

In-Room Dining   $$$  delicious meals delivered right to you

Cafe Americano   $$  classic American comfort food with a twist of Latin flavor

Upscale Dining

Nobu Restaurant Las Vegas   $$$$  Japanese

Restaurant Guy Savoy   $$$$  delicate acclaimed French masterpieces

Rao’s Las Vegas   $$$  authentic Italian

Old Homestead Steakhouse Las Vegas   $$$$  steakhouse

Mesa Grill   $$$  bold Southwestern fare

MR CHOW   $$$  Chinese

Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen   $$$  world’s first Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen restaurant


Bacchanal Buffet   $$$  Ranked the No. 1 Las Vegas buffet by USA Today

Recommended Bars in greater Las Vegas

The Chandelier

Mandarin Bar


Level 107


Frankie’s Tiki Room

Minus5 Ice Bar


At the top of your Vegas must-do list is going to one of the dozens of fantastic shows. Whether you see mind-bending magic shows, insane acrobatics, music performances, or comedians, you will not be disappointed.

Headliners at Caesars Palace

Mariah Carey – The Butterfly Returns  at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
Dates: Feb. 21

Jerry Seinfeld  at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
Dates: Feb. 22 and Feb. 23

Celine Dion  at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
Dates: Feb. 26, Feb. 27, and March 1 and March 2

Even More Entertainment

Cirque Du Soleil

Magic Shows


You don’t have to go far to experience Sin City’s infamous nightlife. Caesars Palace is home to one of the most popular nightclubs on the Strip.

Omnia Nightclub  It’s easy to see why Omnia is one of the most popular nightclubs in Vegas. Not only does this multi-level venue play host to famous DJs but you dance under a mammoth chandelier that transforms into different shapes and moves to the beat of the music.

More Bars and Clubs at Caesars Palace

Cleopatra’s Barge

Vista Cocktail Lounge

Montecristo Cigar Bar

Alto Bar

Lobby Bar

Spanish Steps

Numb Bar & Frozen Cocktails


Leave Vegas with a slightly heavier wallet (of course that’s a goal, not a guarantee) as Caesars Palace has seen more $1,000,000+ casino slot machine jackpots than any other casino in the world.

I like those odds.

You can play the slots, try your hand at Blackjack, Craps, or head over to their 4,500-square-foot poker room.

And even though the Super Bowl will be over, the Race & Sports Book at Caesars Palace is action-packed all year long. The staff will be happy to help you make a bet on your favorite team.


Bring something home to remember your Vegas trip and peruse the hundreds of shops at Caesars Palace.

The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

Appian Way Shops


After a day of connecting and conversing at the conference, take a moment to recharge and enjoy an elevated spa experience at Qua Baths & Spa right in Caesars Palace.

You can also slow down and lounge by one of the six pools at Caesars Palace. While you sip on a cool drink surrounded by Roman architecture you’ll feel like you’ve been transported straight to Italy.

Nearby Attractions

Put on your comfy shoes and head out on the Strip. While there’s so much to explore, it is a deceptively long stroll down the Strip so here are some must-see attractions within close walking distance.

  • Next door to Caesars Palace is the Bellagio. Take an evening stroll over and watch the iconic Bellagio fountain show.
  • On the other side of Caesars Palace is the Mirage which puts on a spectacular fire and volcano show nightly.
  • Directly across the street is the Flamingo which boasts an indoor animal sanctuary with actual flamingos.  
  • Take that European trip you’ve always wanted to go on and head a few blocks down the Strip to climb a small-scale Eiffel Tower replica at the Paris or be serenaded on a romantic gondola ride at the Venetian.
  • Simply people watch. Vegas is the place to see everything and everyone under the sun. And since Vegas allows open containers on the street, buy a yard-long drink from Fat Tuesday’s, wander the Strip, take cheesy tourist photos with street performers, and just drink in all that Vegas has to offer.

A little further away

If you’re feeling adventurous and want to venture beyond the Strip, head downtown to experience old Las Vegas.

Wander down historic Fremont Street and check out old-school casinos like The Golden Nugget, 4 Queens Hotel & Casino, and The Fremont Hotel & Casino.

Fremont Street lights up at night. Literally. Watch the free light shows as images set to music project above your head on the world’s largest video screen. You can also get a great view of the light show if you ride the zipline that flies from one end of Fremont Street to the other.

Let’s Party at the Palace

You won’t want to venture off too quickly after Day 2 at the CMA Conference. We will be hosting an in-house kick-off for your evening ‘party’. From lights to libations, to live music… you won’t want to miss CMA’s Palace Party.


performances to be announced soon