Caesars Palace Adds Media Players as Part of "Renaissance"

Caesars Palace in Las Vegas innovates by installing interactive media players, which show consumers the latest information, video and photography. This addition is part of what the resort is calling its two year renaissance. This “renaissance” began March 2010 with Celine Dion’s return to The Colosseum followed shortly by Rod Stewart and the restaurant opening of James Beard Award-winning chef Michel Richard's Central at Caesars Palace.

"Caesars Palace is forever tied to many profound, historic events yet continues to raise the bar, pushing the industry to higher standards with its continuous innovation and progressive objectives," said Ramesh Sadhwani, vice president of hotel operations for Caesars Palace.