Never a stranger to innovation and reinvention, Caesars Entertainment has set its sights on breathing new life into its resorts located within the sparkling oasis of the Las Vegas Strip.
Caesars Entertainment is home to 50 first-class properties across 20 destinations. With iconic brands well-loved by regular meeting-goers and planners, Caesars continues to elevate its offerings at each of its destinations with new conference spaces, celebrity restaurants, exclusive entertainment options, and more.
Catch up with everything the empire has already debuted in 2023 and get a sneak peek at what’s to come for the rest of the year and beyond.
A Classic Revival
A stalwart icon of the Las Vegas Strip, Harrah’s has undergone a more than $200-million makeover featuring 2,442 redesigned guest rooms, a complete lobby and casino floor remodel, new restaurant additions, and more.
The refreshed guest rooms—which include those in Valley and Mountain Tower—feature bold purple and blue hues that complement the cream-colored decor, dark wood accents, and contemporary fixtures. This same contemporary color palette is carried through into the new design for the lobby as well. Exclusive to the redesigned suites are separate living and dining areas with wet bar and entertainment areas, as well as oversized soaking tubs for guests to fully relax in luxury.
In addition to the aesthetic enhancements, Harrah’s has upgraded its restaurant offerings with the debut of Ramsay’s Kitchen, a new culinary concept from the legendary Chef Gordon Ramsay. Inspired by his travels abroad, Ramsay’s Kitchen was developed with a stunning bi-level design complete with a theater kitchen, and seven-seat seafood counter, and a raw bar anchoring the lower dining area. The menu features a selection of Chef Ramsay’s signature dishes such as Pan Seared Scallops, Beef Wellington, and Crispy Salmon, as well as exclusive new dishes including Beef Carpaccio, Onion Soup, and Roasted Chicken Breast.
For the Foodies
The world of celebrity chefs has taken over Paris Las Vegas with a constellation of star-studded restaurants debuting at the property. The world-renowned Chef Nobu Matsuhisa opened a second Las Vegas location for his eponymous Nobu restaurant. Two restaurateurs you’re as likely to see on TV as in the kitchen, Lisa Vanderpump and Bobby Flay, debuted their new Paris concepts: Vanderpump at Paris and Bobby’s Burgers. Not to be outdone, culinary legend Martha Stewart opened her first-ever restaurant, The Bedford, at the property as well.
Over at Caesars Palace, NYC icon Peter Luger Steak House will soon be making its debut, marking its first U.S. location outside of New York. Stanton Social Prime—another East Coast transplant—celebrated its recent opening with an epic pink carpet hosted by Bella Hadid. The restaurant is known for its elevated take on steakhouse classics, such as Black Truffle Wagyu Ribeye Cheesesteak Sliders and Lobster Mac & Cheese.
Meet the Future
The latest addition to the Caesars Entertainment empire, CAESARS FORUM offers 550,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space, the two largest pillar-less ballrooms in the world, a central Las Vegas Strip location connected and within walking distance to 20,000 hotel rooms, LEED Silver-Certification and more.
Having opened only three years ago, the conference center’s biophilic design and plentiful natural light create a welcoming environment while its tech-forward amenities such as video walls in the foyer and “intelligent” glass in boardrooms allow for plentiful personalization, as well as unique branding opportunities. The facility is built on one level with a large in-house culinary facility capable of offering restaurant-quality food.