Caesars Palace Unveils Main Entrance Reno

Las VegasCaesars Palace has announced the completion of a multimillion-dollar renovation of its original main entrance, casino dome and porte-cochère. The project included refreshed gaming areas and the new Galleria Bar in the lobby.

Guests arriving at Caesars Palace will notice the beautifully lit entryway, coffered ceiling and an intricate marble mosaic floor. A 15-foot-tall marble statue of Augustus Caesar welcomes visitors under the raised ceiling, which sporrts hand-painted illustrations of Roman gods and a chandelier containing 70,000 crystals.

Beyond the entryway, guests will find two new gaming pits. Additionally, Caesars Palace’s crystal-cloaked casino dome now has a new, larger crystal chandelier that weighs approximately 3,200 pounds and comprises 12,000 individual crystals. The linear rays that radiate from the chandelier contain approximately 120,000 additional crystals. With over $1 million in crystals, brighter, energy-efficient LED lighting and refreshed carpet, wall and ceiling coverings, the domed gaming area is everything guests loved about the iconic original with a modern twist.

Galleria Bar, Caesars Palace
Galleria Bar (Caesars Palace)

Another welcome addition, Galleria Bar in the hotel lobby allows guests to enjoy a cocktail as they await check-in, offering 24 seats and 22 multi-game slot machines. With a modern take on a palatial Italian study, the new bar features four life-size Venus sculptures and a backdrop of antique mirrors, cerused wood with antique gold accents and Italian inlaid wood murals.

Galleria Bar guests can also enjoy vino by the glass from the Coravin wine preservation system. Open 24 hours a day, Galleria Bar is located in the hotel lobby between the main entryway and the entrance to the outdoor Roman Plaza.

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