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  • We're turning up the heat with Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen coming this fall. #foodie #lasvegas #hellskitchen

    Hell's Kitchen restaurant replacing former Serendipity 3 spot at Caesars Palace

    Gordon Ramsay held a surprise press conference today in front of Caesars Palace to announce his fifth Las Vegas restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen. Set to open this winter in the space that most recently housed Stripside Café (formerly home to Serendipity 3), the restaurant will offer two kitchen teams, red and blue, with each preparing a separate menu, allowing diners to choose between and among the options.

  • Inspiring Grown-ups to Play with the Corporate Talent team. Tackling our first ever escape room challenge! #lifeatcaesars

  • Ever wonder what it's really like to work here? Get an insider's look at how we grow careers, give back, and do exciting work. It's all on The Muse at

    The Muse brings you inside the office of Caesars Entertainment

    Explore Caesars Entertainment careers, find out what it's like to work at the Las Vegas, NV office, in addition to jobs that the company is hiring for.

  • Looking to join a company that is constantly on the cutting-edge of casino entertainment? Check us out. Caesars Atlantic City partnered with Microsoft for a three-day “Gears of War 4” contest drawing 340 spectators and 525 competitors.

    Casinos Get Into the Esports Game

    U.S. casinos are turning to videogame competitions to attract younger visitors and turn around years of subdued growth. MGM Resorts International plans to convert a former nightclub at its Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas into a permanent venue for hosting esports contests starting next year, the company said Tuesday.

  • For eight years Caesars Entertainment has made a commitment to address climate change by participating in #EarthHour and we are all in for 2017! We are honored to show solidarity and a strong commitment to fighting climate change!

    Earth Hour 2017 - March 25, 8:30 your local time

    Turn up the dark and get loud about climate action. Introducing Earth Hour Live, a whole new way to participate.

  • Check out our Forbes feature on how our team uses word pictures to train employees, create cultural change, and to deliver customer service far better than our competitors.

    How The Managers At Caesars Palace Teach Employees To Have A Great Attitude

    Go to any relevant review site, type in Caesars Palace, and you'll bring up a stream of reviews like these: "The staff in all parts of the casino were attentive and over the top helpful. I will be returning to Caesars again and again!"

  • Eileen Moore is one of only two female presidents of Strip casinos and one of Vegas Seven's Intriguing People of 2017. The interview highlights her fantastic career, vision for the next decade, and why she's not your typical gaming executive.

    Eileen Moore: Caesars Entertainment's First Lady

    She's perhaps the most likable executive you'll ever meet. Eileen Moore is president of not one, but three Strip properties (The Linq, Flamingo and The Cromwell). Having worked for Fairmont in San Francisco and Waldorf Astoria in New York City, one of Las Vegas' busiest denizens is damn good at her job.

  • We're proud to be one of the distinguished companies leading the charge towards our low carbon future!

    Caesars Entertainment Joins CDP A List

    "Our long term financial health depends on our ability to operate efficiently and sustainably, which puts smart climate strategy at the heart of our business," said , Executive Vice President, Government Relations and Corporate Responsibility at Caesars Entertainment. "Inclusion on the CDP A List is important recognition for all our stakeholders, including Caesars' employees, guests and shareholders."

  • Caesars Entertainment CEO Mark Frissora shares his thoughts on the future of gaming and exciting plans to engage millennials in the casino of the future.

    Putting it all on grey

    SHORTLY after Mark Frissora took over as chief executive of Caesars Entertainment last year, he paced the floors of his American casinos, with their rows and rows of idle slot machines, and grasped the scale of the existential threat that faces his industry. Casino customers are ageing, and younger people have little interest in taking their place.

  • Oh, how we love our communities! Let us count the ways.

    February: Spread the Love

    This month's theme is... you guessed it: LOVE! February's posts will be stories of how we are spreading the love at Caesars Entertainment to our communities, employees and customers. Oh how we love our communities, let us count the ways!

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