Caesar's Palace - Atlantic City Casino

(This is one pano that I really recommend viewing on black or even full-size).


Caesar's Palace is an iconic hotel and casino on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. It shares its namesake with Windsor, Ontario and Las Vegas, NV. Caesar's follows a roman theme inside and outside of the impressive building.


Atlantic City's version of Caesar's is 145,000 sq ft of gaming space and more than 3,000 slot machines or 135 table games. The casino is separated into several areas as is the hotel space. There are over 1100 rooms here!


The Caesar's Palace was originally a Howard Johnson until 1977 when it was taken over and renovated. It's been renovated several times since then and is one of the nicer places on the boardwalk. Definitely consider staying here if you visit.


This image was made with a Canon 7d and 15-85 using a tripod and several HDR images stitched together.


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