Caesars Palace – Restaurant Guy Savoy


Guy Savoy is one of France’s most celebrated chefs, and the only place to experience the master chef’s elegant French cuisine is in Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace. For delectable Southwestern dishes, visit Mesa Grill Southwestern Restaurant by Bobby Flay, or for an upscale Japanese menu, visit Nobu by celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa. When fine dining isn’t on the menu, there are many casual dining restaurants to choose from at Caesars Palace, from the Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill to the Munchbar by Chef Bryan Ogden.

Caesars Palace is an iconic fixture of the Strip and a classic destination for a Vegas vacation. Caesars is renowned for lavish luxury and impeccable service. The resort’s six towers are filled with decadent rooms and suites that set the bar for luxury accommodations. The casino floor is filled with action, from million dollar jackpots to the World Series Of Poker. Pure nightclub in Caesars Palace is a well known hangout for celebrities hosting exclusive parties, and the Colosseum stage is studded with stars like Rod Stewart, Celine Dion and Jerry Seinfeld. Fine dining at Caesars Palace is provided by award-winning chefs and the casual restaurants cover a wide variety of cuisine.


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