Exclusive: Five New Pools Coming to Caesars Palace

All of mankind’s questions about the Garden of Eden are answered in ancient Grecian and Roman form. The location synonymous with “luxury,” or known to you as Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, will officially debut their “Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis” in March, adding five new pools, spa treatments, and cocktails inspired by the beauty of the ancient world. It’s truly a place fit not even for a king, but for a god (as the name implies).

The five new pools, aptly named Apollo, Fortuna, Jupiter, and twin pools named after the Roman God Bacchus, bring the palace’s total to eight pools (the pools Neptune, Venus and Temple are already in residence), each offering its own unique experience. The entire garden will now measure five acres, with each pool carrying its own line of azure-colored deck chairs, daybeds, and other furniture as part of the design by Allard and Conversano. The popular interior designers also created 45 technologically and architecturally-advanced cabanas that offer the world-class service Caesars Palace is known for.

With every new pool addition comes a complete spa and cocktails package inspired by the Eden-like oasis. Among the many spa amenities is a cabana massage, cabana deep tissue, Tops and Tails massage with a coconut or mango scrub, body scrub, body mist, hair conditioning and more. One can also add 20 minutes to any and all treatments for $75.

Caesars Palace is already known around the world as a top (and therefore, haute) resort-casino, sitting on a grand total of 85 acres in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Its famous Colosseum is surrounded by celebrity chef restaurants and the Forum Shops at Caesars, a well-known shopping destination with only the best to offer.

You’ll think you died and went to heaven. Thankfully, that is not the case. You’re just in the Garden of Gods, a.k.a. pure paradise.

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