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The top 4 luxury casino hotels in Las Vegas that are owned by Caesars Entertainment

By Natasha Bazika on 30th January 2020

It’s an oasis in the desert with a hypnotic seduction. What are we talking about? Las Vegas, of course. When it comes to A-list performances, world-class entertainment, ultra-luxury hotels and fine-dining, Vegas does it best.

However, much like its casinos, visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing the right place to rest your head. To help us sift through the choices, we asked the experts at Vegas Slots Online – where you can read casino reviews for online casinos – for their top picks of the finest casino hotels from leading gaming and hospitality company Caesars Entertainment.

Caesars Palace

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From the moment you walk through the doors of Caesars Palace you’ll understand why this iconic Las Vegas hotel sets the standard for opulent details, impeccable service, and lavish Las Vegas accommodations. Here, guests can get a photo with Cleopatra or Caesar, find a full-sized reproduction of Michelangelo’s David or stroll down roman streetscapes.

The accommodations are just as varied with King suites to three-bedroom villas from USD 25,000/night.

As with any Vegas hotel, Caesars brings a world of excitement to visitors, offering table games, slots and the chance to win big – all in an ancient Roman setting.

It’s also home to several dining destinations including Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen, Rao’s Las Vegas, Nobu Restaurant, Brioche by Guy Savoy and more.

For concertgoers, the choices are just as expansive as the slots, with big-name headliners including, Mariah Carey, Jerry Seinfeld and many more.

The Cromwell

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The Cromwell is one of the only upscale boutique hotels on the strip, offering chic suites and sophisticated rooms with a Parisian-inspired atmosphere.

Whether you need a large space or a small, the intimate hotel offers suites ranging from 2,550 square feet—with connecting room options – to 723 square feet with strip views. Guests can take a spin and play to win at the 40,000 square foot casino, which was named “Top 10 Best U.S. Casino” by USA Today readers.

It is the only location offering 100X odds on craps and other great deals such as commission free EZ Baccarat and single “0” roulette on the main casino floor.

In addition to a range of table games, players will have access to Eatwell, a 24-hour restaurant located near the casino serving coffee, pizza, salads, sandwiches and delicious late-night treats, such as chili cheese Barbary dogs.

The other restaurant on premises is Giada, an upscale Italian restaurant from Chef Giada De Laurentiis. Here, diners will indulge in her famous dishes and a wine list that has earned “Wine Spectator’s” 2019 Best of Award Excellence.

For a party scene, head to Drai’s, a beach club and nightclub boasting the hottest DJs and an electric rooftop party experience.

Nobu Hotel

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The world’s first-ever Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace is a luxury infused, celebrity-driven exhibition you need to experience on a visit to Las Vegas. The Japanese-inspired décor mixed with sleek, modern touches is unique on the strip and simply stepping inside will make guests feel a world away from Vegas.

While the hotel offers several plush accommodations from king suites to penthouses, the crown jewel is the Nobu Villa. Designed by David Rockwell, the three-bedroom villa is the hotel’s only rooftop villa and offers a sky deck with strip views, water features, bar, dining area, Zen garden and much more. It’s a respite from the chaos below and the perfect way to experience Vegas.

Guests will have access to the Caesars Palace casino, as well as its restaurants, including 24-hour in-room service menu from Chef Nobu.

Of course, there is also the Nobu Lounge and Nobu restaurant which is highly acclaimed around the world. The Lounge is perfect for plugging in and checking emails, catching up with friends or relaxing with a cocktail in hand.

Paris Las Vegas

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Give in to your every desire at Paris Las Vegas, the iconic hotel marked by the Eiffel Tower on the Vegas strip. Here, guests are transported to the city of lights, proving that everything is sexier in Paris.

Whether you crave decadent dining, world-class entertainment or thrilling nightlife, find it in Paris. The guestrooms and suites all boast a chic Parisian look, with Versailles-style fixtures and romantic décor.

Downstairs, the casino features over 1,700 slots, table games, and a high-limit Champagne Slots, located within an exclusive Parisian designed courtyard – for when you feel like splurging.

Equally as exciting are the shows the hotel hosts. From hypnotic performances by Anthony Cools to headliners such as Gwen Stefani and Mariah Carey, Paris has it all.

Guests can also savor a diverse selection of restaurants from Gordon Ramsay Steak to the iconic Eiffel Tower Restaurant and La Creperie.

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