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Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace
Absinthe
Absinthe opened in 2011. "Absinthe" by Paul Hudson is licensed under CC BY 2.0.
Elton John
The Red Piano ran from February 13, 2004 to March 22, 2009. The Million Dollar Piano ran from September 28, 2011 to May 17, 2018."Elton John Million Dollar piano show at Caesar's Palace - lucky people in front rows got to go on stage" by Jim Twitchell is licensed under CC BY 2.0.
Celine Dion
A New Day... ran from March 25, 2003 to December 15, 2007. Celine ran from March 15, 2011 to June 8, 2019. "CĂ©line Dion 1" by marcen27 is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0.
Caesars Palace
The third sign replaced the original sign in 2003. "Las Vegas - Caesars Palace" by Dongyi Liu is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.
Caesars Palace
From left to right: Roman Tower (renamed Julius Tower), Centurion Tower (renamed Nobu Tower), Fantasy Tower (renamed Forum Tower).
Caesars Palace
The second sign is installed in 1986. In this picture: The second sign can be seen behind the 1989 redesigned first sign. The second sign is removed in 2000.
David Copperfield
David Copperfield performed in the Circus Maximus Showroom from 1985 to 2000.
Brahma Shrine
The Brahma shrine. Installed in 1984.
Jay Sarno
Jay Sarno (1922-1984). On July 21, 1984, the founder of Caesars Palace, Jay Sarno dies of a heart attack in his hotel suite at Caesars Palace. Sarno sold Caesars Palace in 1969 and Circus Circus in 1983. His 6,000 room megaresort "Grandissimo" project would never come to fruition. Photograph of Jay Sarno seated at desk, circa 1968. Jay Sarno Collection. UNLV Libraries Special Collections & Archives.
OmniMax
The OmniMax Theatre opened in 1979 and closed in 2000. It was located where The Colosseum is currently located.
Caesars Palace
The north people-mover was built in 1979. The bridge no longer exists.
Caesars Palace
The south people-mover was built in 1979. The bridge no longer exists.
Frank Sinatra at Caesars Palace
Frank Sinatra (1915-1998) performed at Caesars Palace from 1974 to 1982.
Tom Jones at Caesars Palace
Tom Jones. Live at Caesars Palace. Released in 1971.
Evil Knievel Caesars Palace
On December 31, 1967, Evel Knievel (1938-2007) made his iconic Caesars Palace fountain jump. The landing was unsuccessful, causing him serious injury.
Caesars Palace
The Circus Maximus Showroom opened in 1966. It closed in 2000 with Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme (1928-2013) performing in the last show.
Caesars Palace Sign
The two and three-story rooms that were located on the west side of the property.
Caesars Palace Sign
The original sign.
Caesars Palace
The land was originally leased and then later purchased from Kirk Kerkorian. The land that is the parking lot on the left side of this picture was purchased from Steve Wynn.

Opened on August 5, 1966.

Roman Tower built in 1966.

The two and three-story rooms are built in 1966.

Centurion Tower built in 1970.

Roman Tower extended in 1974.

Fantasy Tower built in 1979.

The two and three-story rooms are demolished in 1997.

Palace Tower built in 1997. All towers would be built or remodeled with this themed facade.

Augustus Tower built in 2005.

Octavius Tower built in 2009.

Centurion Tower became the Nobu Hotel and opened on February 4, 2013.

Theme: Roman Empire.

Caesars Palace associated with: Jay Sarno (1989), Stanley Mallin (2019), Jimmy Hoffa, Clifford Perlman (2007), Paul Anka (2001), Merv Griffin (2002), Sir Tom Jones (2003), Frank Sinatra (1997), Don King (2008), David Copperfield (2007), Henry Gluck (1993), Burton Cohen (1995), J. Terrence Lanni (2000), Larry Ruvo (2005), Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme (1999), Gary Loveman (2013), Franco Dragone (2006), Celine Dion (2013), Guy Savoy (2013), Tony A. Marnell II (1998), Jan Jones Blackhurst (2014), Jeffrey A. Silver (2020).

Proposed casino resort on the land: Godfather.

Located on an All-American Road (2000) and a Nevada Scenic Byway (1995).

Located at 3570 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Paradise, Nevada.

Denotes American Gaming Association Hall of Fame year of induction.