Caesars is one of the most popular casino companies in America. They have casinos in 14 different states. After the merger with Eldorado Resorts is completed, Caesars will have upwards of 60 casinos around the country. Even with casinos shut down, analysts still expect the deal to happen. All of these casinos are a way for Caesars customers to earn rewards to use in Las Vegas. You can sign up for Caesars Rewards here. There are currently nine Caesars casinos in Las Vegas and there’s always something new happening.
Caesars Rewards Updates Coming Soon
Caesars Entertainment’s CEO, Tony Rodio, recently posted a short video to address some questions and concerns about Caesars Rewards. Here are the highlights about the loyalty club that are addressed in the second half of the video:
- No rewards will expire while properties are closed.
- They plan on modifying tier status earning requirements depending on how long properties are closed.
- Caesars will reschedule offers.
Pool Season at Caesars Las Vegas
When Las Vegas casinos re-open it will be pool season! Well, it will be the beginning of pool season. The following Caesars Las Vegas pools opened at the end of February before casinos were closed:
- Venus Pool & Lounge at Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace
- Soleil Pool at Paris Las Vegas
- The Pool at Harrah’s Las Vegas
- The Scene Pool Deck at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino
Pool season really kicks off on Memorial Day Weekend. Fingers crossed that casinos will be open by then. The following Caesars Las Vegas pools should be open when casinos are operational again:
- VooDoo Beach Pool at Rio Las Vegas
- Additional pools at Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace
- GO Pool Dayclub and Beach Club Pool at Flamingo
- Blu Pool at Bally’s Las Vegas
- Influence, The Pool at The LINQ Hotel
You can reserve cabanas and daybeds and find more information about Caesars Las Vegas pools here.
New Beer At Flamingo
Flamingo Dreams Nitro by Left Hand Brewing Co. is a new beer and only available at one bar in Las Vegas. The Bird Bar at Flamingo (this used to be part of the Margaritaville casino) is the only bar to sell this beer. Flamingo Dreams Nitro is a berry blonde ale on nitro made with raspberries and black currants.
This isn’t a particularly strong beer however, it should be refreshing. The brew is 4.7% ABV with a subtle fruit tartness and a striking pink color. For reference, Budweiser is 5% ABV. This should be a crushable easy to drink beer for anyone looking to drink a few pink beers this summer.
Guy Savoy Wins Eighth Forbes Five-Star Restaurant Award
Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace is one of the best fine dining restaurants in Las Vegas. For the eighth year in a row, Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace has received the prestigious Forbes Five-Star restaurant award. Not many restaurants last this long in Las Vegas. Those that do last, don’t always receive the same accolades over the years.
Once again, the restaurant has been recognized for its Jean-Michel Wilmotte-designed dining room, enclosed terrace, culinary expertise, bread and dessert carts, and of course, the famed Krug Chef’s Table.
This isn’t a cheap place to get a good meal. Prepare to pay for the five-star experience that might only be a once in a lifetime meal.
Nobu At Bally’s
Prior to Caesars closing all of its Las Vegas casinos, Nobu opened a full-service pop-up style restaurant at Bally’s. The restaurant is temporarily relocating from the Hard Rock to Bally’s for the spring, summer, and fall. When the Hard Rock reopens as Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Nobu will return to a new restaurant at the renovated property.
Nobu at Bally’s is an intimate 100-seat experience that features the full Nobu menu and a selection of crafted cocktails alongside wine and sake. Nobu at Bally’s is open for dinner Sunday to Thursday 6:00 pm – 10:30 pm and Friday to Saturday 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm.
You can find more information here.
Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.
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