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Dine with authentic Picasso paintings on the walls and enjoy an AAA Five Diamond Award Mediterranean dinner at the Bellagio. This elegant restaurant wows diners with fresh seasonal menus prepared with the freshest ingredients. There's even a vegetarian menu featuring delicious items like fennel and celery root ravioli. Make sure to admire the original artwork by Picasso before you enjoy your meal.
For the ultimate dining treat, put Le Cirque on your list. Overlooking the lake at the Bellagio Resort, patrons book well in advance for the opportunity to sample the marvelous French cuisine. At Le Cirque, the dark, plush colors merged with the Maccioni Family circus themes accentuate this unique experience. In traditional gourmet style, the restaurant offers a five-course "Degustation," or tasting menu. The extensive wine list features more than 500 international choices.
Located at Caesars Palace Hotel Casino, Qua Baths & Spa embraces an innovative array of spa treatments especially designed to use the healing powers of water. The concept of using water to heal and relieve stress has gained immense popularity and refreshes the old concept of the spa experience. Treatments offered here include the Fiji Ritual, which starts with a coconut creme scrub, followed by a wrap and scalp treatment using coconut oil, and ends with coconut body butter for amazing hydration.
Michael Boychuck holds the title of "Colorist to the Stars", having worked with Hollywood's elite in Beverly Hills before coming to Las Vegas and serving as the signature stylist for three salons. At COLOR Salon by Michael Boychuck, what is most striking when you walk in is the luxurious yet minimal decor. The walls and most of the furnishings are white, grey and silver. Beautiful chandeliers hang from the ceiling. Enjoy the star treatment at this gorgeous salon!
Caesars Palace Hotel Casino was opened in 1966 on The Strip, and is the granddaddy of Vegas elegance. The 129,000-square-foot (11,984-square-meter) casino has the latest video and live games. You can find slot machines here that take up to USD500 tokens. There are several restaurants, including Sushi Roku, Restaurant Guy Savoy, Wolfgang Puck's Spago, and Rao's. The Laurel Collection rooms in the hotel offer extensive amenities including a private valet entrance, and direct access to the Garden of the Gods pool. You can also enjoy the Forum Shops, which offer some truly decadent shopping. The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is often the site of spectacular concerts and thrilling sporting events.
Omnia is the epitome of what a luxurious nightclub is all about. Located within the Caesars Palace Hotel at Las Vegas, this thriving nightclub blends together sumptuous elegance, contemporary design, the latest technologies and opulence at its finest, for an experience that promises to be unforgettable. Join masses of dancing bodies that populate the main room, find yourself ensconced in the super luxurious Heart of Omnia, or escape to the rooftop garden to savor mesmerizing views of the Strip. Decadence abounds around every corner, just waiting to envelope you in its sultry embrace. Add on live performances by prominent DJs, bands and musicians and what you have is a nightclub experience that is simply unmatched. Stop by Omnia for an unforgettable night of music, dance and luxury.
A boutique hotel within a large, luxury casino and resort, the Nobu Hotel is like a little island of tranquility among the ocean of opulence that is Caesars Palace. The first hotel by famed and beloved Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and renaissance man Robert DeNiro, the decor reflects Japanese simplicity while still incorporating a little modern design and Vegas flair. In addition to the luxurious rooms, the hotel also features the world's largest Nobu Restaurant serving the gourmet cuisine that made Nobu famous. Since it's located inside Caesars Palace, you have all the big Vegas amenities at your fingertips like the top notch casino, luxurious spa and headlining shows.
Located in Caesars Palace, this high-end establishment has a definite Vegas flair complete with bold colors and luxurious fabrics. Celebrity chef Bobby Flay offers an intriguing menu which includes coffee rubbed filet mignon with mushroom-ancho chile sauce, fresh corn tamales, and fire roasted veal chop. Make sure to save room for dessert as many of Mesa Grill's confections are not to be missed. The bar features top-shelf tequila alongside an extensive wine list.
Built in 1998, and located on The Strip, Bellagio is the definition of luxury. The guest accommodations are tastefully decorated with European-style art and furnishings. The large bath with Italian marble and soaking tub adds to your comfort. Restaurants at the hotel are numerous and diverse, including The Buffet, Le Cirque and the fabulous Picasso. The huge gaming area is reminiscent of Monte Carlo and hosts table games, a sports book, and slot machines. Botanical Gardens and the choreographed Bellagio Fountains highlight the property. Visit the hotel's Spa Bellagio if you want to pamper yourself with some soothing massages and body treatments.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is an elegant hotel with amazing restaurants, a spa, a nightclub, and swimming pools. If you're just visiting the hotel, the 75,000-square-foot (6,968-square-meter) casino will be sure to make an impression. If you stay on one of the top floors this high-rise hotel will give you a breath-taking view of the Strip. However, regardless of the floor your room is on, you'll be surrounded by luxury.
The Chandelier is an opulent bar located in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The centerpiece here is an enormous chandelier structure made from two-million crystal beads. Boasting three bars, no efforts are spared in serving the best cocktails to patrons. Try the Fire Breathing Dragon, made with Bacardi Dragon Berry, raspberry puree, lemongrass, and Thai chili syrups.
You'll find a party night or day at Marquee, the club at Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. During the day, watch world-famous DJs perform poolside, while you relax in a cabana. At night, hit the dance floor in the main room of the club, which features a 40-foot (12-meter) LED DJ booth and a projection stage, making for a visually stunning experience. Both areas of the club feature a full food menu, in case you work up an appetite on the dance floor or in the pool.