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Are You Prepared to Indulge at the Garden of the Gods at Caesars Palace?
If you have ever taken a seat by the pool at Caesars Palace you know the feeling you get, you have experienced that sense of an impending event that might make your co-workers blush back home. You know what I'm talking about, flirtatious talk with the group of women nearby, the free drinks from the two guys you met while ordering a Mojito or the casual glance while watching that one person who has stirred up your adventurous side.
Las Vegas does that to you and what better place to do that than at the icon on the Las Vegas strip? Caesars Palace Las Vegas has expanded and revamped the Garden of the Gods pools and gardens. The enitre complex has been given a makeover and you'll be stressed at the idea of not fitting in more time by the pool.
Why you'll be excited about the Garden of the Gods Pools and Gardens at Caesars Palace?
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- Five acres of sun worshiping space for the ultimate Las Vegas pool party
- Eight swimming pools
- An 18 foot waterfall that rims a pool designed... specifically for swim up black jack
- Cabanas, daybeds, love seat inspired scoop chairs surrounded by lush landscaping, fountains and statues.
- My personal favorite reason to head to the Caesars Palace pool? Mojitos, very large and very tasty!
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More Caesars Palace: The Luxury Of Las Vegas At The Nobu Villa
Las Vegas visitors looking to experience the luxury of Caesars Palace can book a suite or villa through the Anthology Suite Collection and get it all. Large suites and villas with more space than you could ever dream of having and personal service that is usually reserved for the ultra VIP clientele. If you need a butler, a chef or personal masseuse you'll get it at Caesars Palace. While you might still want to down to the Garden of Gods pool complex if you rent your villa there is a good chance it comes with a very private and personal pool.Continue to 3 of 4 below.
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Bocce Ball at The Gardens Of The Gods Pool at Caesars Palace
Just off the pool deck you'll see Rao's Italian restaurant but you might miss the Bocce Court if you don't look closely enough. The court is open and all you have to do is walk up to the bar and ask if you can get the equipment. I would suggest ordering a drink or two and making sure that you don't disturb anyone's meal with your fist pumping and high fives.Continue to 4 of 4 below.
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After A Pool Day Head To Nobu For Some Japanese Cuisine
Step into the lounge at Nobu at Caesars Palace and order a drink right before you are blown away by a spread of fresh fish and Japanese cuisine that will top of your long pool day. Don't eat too much because a second day at the pool will be off limits with a bloated body from all the good food.