Forty years after its debut, Caesars Palace continues to break new ground in the realm of Las Vegas entertainment and hospitality. Today the landmark hotel on The Strip offers visitors a lavish private golf club and one of the city’s most luxurious spas.
On the outskirts of the city, Cascata Golf Club—created for Caesars Palace’s guests—flows through an oasis of emerald fairways and felt-like greens. Its namesake waterfall tumbles 400 feet down a mountainside and over a rocky arroyo before roaring past guests in the opulent clubhouse.
Named one of America’s top 100 modern courses by Golfweek magazine, the par-72 layout features remarkable desert and mountain views around every corner. The signature seventh hole, hemmed in by solid rock walls, takes real skill to master. In general, however, golfers find Cascata amiable to any handicap.
Meanwhile, the luxurious Spa at Caesars Palace provides a full selection of massages, wraps, salt glows, mud baths, and Vichy showers. Treatments include the Roman Rosemary Revelation and the Vesuvius-inspired Lava Mud Manicure, while traditional remedies run a gamut from shiatsu massage to the Bali Spice Body Mask. Spa facilities include fresco-walled whirlpools, steam rooms, saunas, tanning booths, a rockclimbing wall, a studio for aerobics and yoga, and a co-ed juice bar that features outdoor seating overlooking the resort’s expansive pool area.
This July, Caesars Palace expanded its function space by 86,000 square feet. This pushes the resort’s total to 240,000 square feet. The unencumbered, flexible space, equipped with state-of-the-art communications technology, can handle everything from small meetings to large catered events and trade shows. Because the resort adds new luxury features each year and continually upgrades existing facilities, legions of loyal fans continue to hail Caesars Palace as the emperor of Vegas-style extravagance.