A few months ago, I purchased a Nikon P900 for long range spotting. I’m a nature and bird watching enthusiast, and I use the camera as a spotter. I’ve also been looking for a camera to take long-range pictures of Las Vegas sites, and the Nikon P900 is perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. The Nikon P900 is a superzoom camera that has 83x zoom capability. [Disclaimer: this is not an ad for the Nikon P900, and it’s purely for personal use].

I also discovered that the Nikon P900 is also great for taking pics of casinos without generating too much heat from casino staff. On my recent visit to Las Vegas, I used the P900 to take some pics of Caesars Palace for RoadGambler.com.

While Caesars Palace is not my favorite casino to do any serious gambling, I love Caesars Palace for its’ cleanliness and opulence. My wife loves staying at Caesars Palace because the rooms are nice.

I hope you enjoy the pictorial tour and feel as if you are there.

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them in the comments section below.

WELCOME TO CAESARS PALACE!

What you see when you enter near the self-parking garage and set foot on the casino floor.

The food court, as you enter. This pic was taken about 100 yards away with my Nikon P900.

My go-to late night pizza place at the food court, located next to the casino floor. I can’t count how many times I’ve eaten here.

The pizza is fairly popular.

The view of the casino floor and slot machines from my table in the food court. This pic is about 100 yards away and on low zoom.

I took this pic below from about 200 yards away.

The Caesars Palace Las Vegas casino floor is huge. Luckily, there are these directional signs located throughout the casino.

This is Nobu way, which is a walkway with high-end restaurants and shops located on the casino floor.

Bobby Flay has a restaurant in Caesars Palace. I’ve eaten at Mesa. It’s good and worth a visit, especially if you’re a fan of the Food Network.

Sports bar located on the gaming floor. I took this pic from the other end of the casino floor, standing on a chair.

The Total Rewards desk. Caesars Palace is part of the Caesars Entertainment family of casinos, which uses the Total Rewards card.

Gordon Ramsay has a famous restaurant on the Caesars Palace casino floor. My friend loves this place and eats at Gordon Ramsay every time.

Of course, there is a Starbucks in Caesars Palace. Actually, there are two Starbucks.

Frozen cocktails at Numb. I tried a cocktail here once, just out of curiosity. It’s not worth the extra cost, especially, if you’re getting comped drinks on the floor.

Window shopping the high-end shops; these stores are located in a walkway by the Total Rewards desk.

For the pics below of the craps pit, I took these pics from this distance out, which is about 50 yards. The camera can zoom to 83x.

I took pics of the craps pit for about 3 minutes. Casino security did not come by and ask me to stop. I’m sure if I stayed longer and took more pics, someone from the casino would have asked me to stop. I was openly and obviously taking pics.

Players are dressed well, even on the gambling floor. Notice the men wearing jackets

I hope you enjoyed these pictures of Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. If you like this kind of picture tour let us know and I’ll do some more tours just like this of other casinos. Also, let us know what other parts of the casino you would like to see.

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