Looking around the hotels in Las Vegas was definitely one of my favourite parts of the trip. I don't think any amount of YouTube hotel tours prepared me for the sheer scale of these hotels.
Caesar's Palace was my favourite of all the hotels we visited and the one I spent the most amount of time in.
The hotel itself is very grand and you definitely cannot miss it. As the name suggests, it has a Roman theme which is very prominent throughout, right down to the smallest details.
The front of Caesar's Palace is home to a giant fountain with Roman soldiers dotted around the fountain and walkway to the entrance and main doors.
There are several entrances for the hotel, but to get the main stalk around the hotel, we went for the main entrance.
The hotel lobby is almost as grand as the walkway and entrance plaza! The theme continues flawlessly, with another smaller fountain and Roman-esque statues.
When people told me that you can get lost in these hotels, I didn't believe them until I saw them for myself! This is just the hotel check in lobby that serves no other function and it is massive! The photo doesn't even do it justice.
The casino is split over multiple sections and seems to go on forever. It was fairly quiet around lunchtime so if you want more of a choice or a slightly quieter environment, this seems like the best time to go.
At this point, we were beelining for the mall area of the hotel which is just on the right of this side of the casino.
Another extremely large Roman statue marks the entrance to the largest shopping mall inside of a hotel I have ever come across.
The mall is no exception to the incredible theming throughout the hotel. The mall is designed to look like an outdoor street, with a painted sky and cobbled floor.
Of course, no mall in Vegas is complete without a gigantic ornate water fountain...
In typical Vegas style, there is an animatronic show... I had seen videos of this online before, but I didn't expect it to be the scale that it was. Excuse the guy who stops in front of me in the video, but he does move!
The mall is packed full of shops, both your high end designer shops such as Louis Vuitton, and then right at the back is a massive Las Vegas souvenirs shop.
As we couldn't get out to the real Vegas sign, I figured the one in this shop was a close second! There was everything you could possibly want in a standard souvenir store, as well as some whacky other things.
At this point, we had been inside Caesar's Palace for about five hours and decided we needed to say daylight again. After a quick bit of navigating, we made it back outside to the fountain!
If you are planning a holiday to Vegas, I would recommend looking into Caesar's Palace. When I go back, I will definitely be staying here!
Even if you aren't staying here, I highly recommend walking down the Strip to have a look around. There is so much to do that I didn't get chance to have a look around everything!
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