First opened in 1966, Caesars Palace in Vegas remains nearly as iconic as the Roman Emperors who inspired its name. Centrally located on the Strip, the hotel features Corinthian columns, Classical gabled pediments, and world-famous fountains. Meeting facilities include 300,000 total square feet and a reception capacity of 5,260 individuals. Its theater can hold up to 5,555 audience members. It’s an elegant place for a trade show and a destination your attendees won’t soon forget.
Caesars is comprised of seven major smaller ballrooms and two larger. These being the Neopolitan (6,597 square ft) Milano (16,874 square ft), Augustus 36,260 square ft), Pompeian (5,467 square ft), Roman (11,087 square ft), Florentine (7,349 square ft), Emperors (6,247 square ft) and Palace (28,592 square ft). These venues all come with business centers and separate meeting rooms nearby. The two larger ballrooms are the Octavius (50,944 square ft) and the Forum (50,944 square ft). These two rooms both comprise large spaces for exhibits and smaller side rooms for meeting spaces. The venue also boasts lodging for overnight stays and casino. Additionally, the venue can be set up and organized to fit an fashion. For more information on the rooms look here.
Caesars venue is host to another large venue within its location. The Colesium is a large 4,100 person arena that can be used during exhibits and shows. It hosts two large sized led screens and can also be used for guest speakers.
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