Caesar’s Las Vegas Rolls Out End-of-Summer Packages

With Labor Day in Las Vegas almost upon us, Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts is offering end-of-summer deals for travelers headed to the city. The latest packages include deals at Nobu Hotel, a poolside retreat and a fantasy football draft party.

Nobu Hotel
Guests will get the full Nobu experience with a stay in the boutique Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace and experience Chef Nobu’s first and only in-room dining menu. This summer package starts at $149 and includes a $25 in-room dining credit, available now through Sept. 30.
Nobu Hotel offer code: PKGNSUM
 
Summer Pool Tote Package
Soak up some summer sun with a selection of four of Las Vegas’ best pools. The Pool Tote Package offers guests a two-night stay at a special summer rate, along with all the major pool essentials. Book now through Oct. 31 and receive a complimentary pool tote containing plush beach towels and two summer beverage tumblers. Resorts offering this package include Bally's Las Vegas, Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas and Flamingo Las Vegas.
Bally’s Las Vegas offer code: PKGBPBP   Paris Las Vegas offer code: PKGPPBP
Caesars Palace offer code: PKGCPBP      Flamingo Las Vegas offer code: PKGFPBP
 
Fantasy Football Package
Book the ultimate fantasy football Las Vegas getaway with the new Fantasy Football Draft Party Package. Available at five Las Vegas resorts, this exciting sports fan package has options that include hotel accommodations, a draft room or suite, league dinner reservations, and complimentary tickets for all guests to Vegas’ topless revue, Peepshow at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Resorts offering this package include Bally's Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah's Las Vegas, The Quad Resort & Casino  and Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, available now through Sept. 1.

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