1. Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis

8.9
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S (at W Flamingo Rd), Las Vegas, NV
Hotel Pool · 50 tips and reviews

Caesars PalaceCaesars Palace: Splash into spectacular in one of seven pools. From European style bathing to poolside gaming, our oasis offers a cool, sparkling getaway for every taste.

2. Cleopatra's Barge

7.7
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S (in Caesars Palace), Las Vegas, NV
Jazz and Blues Venue · 10 tips and reviews

Caesars PalaceCaesars Palace: You'll feel like you stepped back in time at this unique "watering hole," a classic Vegas lounge in an absolutely one-of-a-kind style.

3. Trevi Fountain

7.7
Caesars Palace (3472-3494 S Las Vegas Blvd.), Las Vegas, NV
Fountain · 7 tips and reviews

Caesars PalaceCaesars Palace: Rome's 1762 landmark is re-created inside The Forum Shops. Legend has it that if you throw three coins into the fountain, your return to Rome is guaranteed.

4. Fall of Atlantis

7.2
The Forum Shops (3500 Las Vegas Blvd S), Las Vegas, NV
Arts and Entertainment · 11 tips and reviews

Caesars PalaceCaesars Palace: The free "Fall of Atlantis" show is presented hourly on the hour. Will King Atlas' son or daughter ascend to the throne? Fire, neon, special effects and animatronics make this show one not to miss.

5. Statue of David

8.7
Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas, NV
Monument · 8 tips and reviews

Caesars PalaceCaesars Palace: You can't miss it. At 17 feet high, this is an exact replica of Michelangelo's David. As in, the guy who slew Goliath. Find David along the Appian Way.

6. Qua Baths & Spa

8.8
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S (in Caesar's Palace), Las Vegas, NV
Spa · 34 tips and reviews

Caesars PalaceCaesars Palace: Be sure to allow time before your treatment at Vegas' most luxurious spa to partake in the Roman Rituals, sweat out toxins in the Laconium, dip in the baths and watch snow fall in the Arctic Ice Room.

7. Joe Louis Statue

7.7
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S (at Caesars Palace), Las Vegas, NV
Sculpture Garden · 5 tips and reviews

Caesars PalaceCaesars Palace: Boxer Joe Louis was the world heavyweight champ for an amazing 12 years and a greeter at Caesars Palace in the 1970s. This larger-than-life statue pays tribute to the "Brown Bomber."