Sounds and Scenes of Las Vegas
Las Vegas has the reputation as gaming, nightlife and fun capital of the world. Its prominence reaches out to the ends of the earth and many people look forward to visiting the Sin City.
On a daily basis, there are people who are fantasizing on their big wins at the games, rendezvous at the entertaining live shows and much more. Whether coming from the other parts of Nevada, America or elsewhere on earth, Las Vegas retains its constant allure.
A Night at Caesars Palace
Caesars Palace is well known for hosting top-billed events over the years and it is one fun seekers destination.
The Caesar’s Coliseum is located right inside Caesar’s palace and it is the host of many live events, concerts, live shows and celebrity guest appearances.
It has a capacity for 4,300 people in seating arrangement and it is an architectural masterpiece structured after the Roman Coliseum designs.
Many celebrity performers are residents here and they include, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Reba Macintyre, Robb and Dunn, Mariah Carey and Celine Dion. Caesar’s Coliseum was also home to stars like Jeff Dunham, Cher, Bette Midler, Luis Miguel Stevie Nicks and Jack Seinfeld.
Such array of talents and more have performed in these hallowed grounds that holds the mention as ‘venue of the decade’ by Billboards magazine in 2010.
Getting access into the Caesar’s Coliseum is only possible with tickets and this can be bought ahead of time to be part of a live audience here. Tickets can be bought online or call ahead of time and show up before 10pm on the event day to collect your tickets and gain entry.
There are also special seating arrangements for wheelchair users at all pedestals of the Caesar’s Coliseum. Children under age 2 are admitted without tickets provided they do not end up occupying seats.
You can have a fill at the bars inside Caesar’s Palace as you spend your night in such eventful fashion. The Fizz Las Vegas Champagne Bar offers classic entertainment for the casual or business visitor right inside Caesar’s Palace and is located between the Forum shops and the Coliseum.
It occupies a two-storey space with exclusive menu and interior that leaves you relaxed during your stay. It is one of the bars where you can enjoy small bites menu and specialty cocktails for your palate treat.
The Lobby Bar is one of the ubiquitous bars inside Caesar’s Palace and is a cozy attraction that will not just host you for the night but also all-day as it is open for 24 hours.
Here you can have premium cocktails, Jack Daniels or the exclusive Tennessee Whiskey and round it off in the morning with premium coffee.
Other bars inside Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, include the Old Homestead Steakhouse, Serendipity 3, Rao’s, Guy Savoy, Seahouse Lounge, Spago and couple of others that make the nightlife in Las Vegas a ready treat.