There has never been a better time for groups
to experience Caesars Entertainment’s many
iconic Las Vegas offerings. From the beginning
of 2016 to the end of 2017, Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas will have renovated more than
50 percent of its Las Vegas properties, and this
year alone, Caesars Entertainment is investing
nearly $100 million into these transformations.
This month, Flamingo Las Vegas will
complete a multimillion-dollar redesign of
its 73,000 square feet of meeting space and
guest rooms. The revamped guest rooms will
feature a retro-chic vibe and accents that celebrate the hotel’s rich history. By the end of this
year, Caesars Entertainment will have added
more than 800 newly renovated suites to its
inventory. Known as Caesars Suites, these
luxury accommodations come in a multitude
of options, from two-story duplexes to grand
villas, at Caesars Entertainment’s most exclusive Las Vegas properties.
For more information: Caesars
Entertainment — (855) MEET-CET; meet@
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Promenade is one of Caesars
developments in Las Vegas,
offering a hotel and dozens
Stay and play Caesars
Entertainment’s nine Las Vegas
hotels include classic properties
like Caesars Palace.
Impressive spaces The 4,100-
seat Colosseum at Caesars Palace
has a half-acre stage and one of
the world’s largest LED screens.
Big spender Visitors can peruse more than 160 stores at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.
There is no shortage of
celebrity chefs heading up Caesars’ many
Las Vegas restaurants.
Charlemagne Suite at
Paris Las Vegas overlooks the Eiffel Tower.