LAS VEGAS (March 5, 2021) – Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts are offering a deep roster of college basketball tournament experiences with exclusive Hoops on the Strip specials and packages from Thursday, March 18 through Monday, April 5. Hoops on the Strip embraces the action Vegas-style, with unobstructed views of the games, betting stations, food and drink specials and more. From upscale lounges to high-energy sports bars and sportsbooks, fans can enjoy all the games from tip-off to the final whistle. For more information or to book packages, please visit caesars.com/hoopsonthestrip.
The Race & Sports Book at Caesars Palace is consistently recognized among the best places in Las Vegas for sports fans to visit. In an environment where energy runs high and winning runs rampant, college basketball fans will feel like they are right on the court. During the tournament, the Race & Sports Book will offer specials on bleacher, main zone and VIP packages. The VIP package includes exclusive seating, a beverage wristband, expedited access to the betting line and access to mobile food ordering. The main zone package includes main zone seating and four drink tickets and bleacher packages include bleacher seating and three drink tickets.
A 208-inch video wall and screens throughout make Montecristo Cigar Bar the prime spot to experience the madness. Dark wood, leather couches, and oversized armchairs set the tone for the perfect “fan cave” experience with drinks, cigars, and basketball – there is no better way to spend this epic weekend. Packages range from $100 for a table for two to four guests to a VIP “fan cave” package at the Old Homestead Clubhouse inside Montecristo for up to six guests, which includes $1,000 credit towards beverages and cigars.
VISTA Cocktail Lounge, Alto Bar and Cleopatra’s Barge will offer packages for groups of two to four that include bottle service and a prime viewing experience to watch the games.
Watch college basketball tournament games in a casual, fun dining atmosphere at Searsucker, located near the Caesars Palace Race & Sports Book. Searsucker welcomes basketball fans into the madness with a special “all you care to eat” menu, as well as beer and craft cocktail specials. For more information, see here; to book experiences, see here. Restrictions apply. Management reserves all rights to alter or cancel this promotion at any time.
Bally’s Las Vegas
Watch and wager on all the games at Bally’s Race & Sports Book, located on the lower level of the hotel and casino. Packages for two to four guests include a drink ticket and prime viewing on multiple big-screen projections and high-definition televisions for non-stop hoops action.
Indigo Lounge and Lobby Bar welcome guests to come in and cheer on their favorite teams during the tournament. Entry to both venues includes three drink tickets per guest.
The first and only boutique hotel located on the Las Vegas Strip, The Cromwell welcomes guests to packages that include seating and table options as well as food credit at the Sports Book, Bound Bar and Interlude Lounge.
Flamingo Las Vegas
Flamingo Las Vegas Race & Sports Book offers guests a place to bet on their favorite teams and follow all the Las Vegas sports betting action on numerous large-screen TVs and projection screens situated throughout the venue. The sportsbook’s package includes two dedicated seats and two complimentary drink tickets per guest.
Guests can flock to Bird Bar, Garden Bar or Flamingo Las Vegas’ 21+ pool, GO POOL, during the college basketball tournament to check out the games and get their beak wet with drink specials and giveaways.
Harrah’s Las Vegas
With more than 30 HDTVs, as well as two giant screens, fans won’t miss a single possession at Harrah’s Las Vegas’ Race & Sports Book. The sportsbook will offer mobile food ordering and drink specials at their general, railing and recliner seating areas. Guests can also opt for a more private experience with the VIP booth package, including seating for up to four, with two drink tickets per person. Piano Bar is also getting in on the action with festive décor and drink specials.
The LINQ Hotel + Experience
Celebrating all the hoops action is a slam dunk at The Book at The LINQ Hotel + Experience. The Book is home to an amazing array of first-of-its-kind fan caves, complete with their own TV and audio, where guests can watch up to six different games at once while enjoying anything from beer to bottle service. Food service from Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar is also available to be delivered directly to each fan cave or bar seat.
Splash J’s and catch rays at Influence, The Pool at The LINQ. Guests are welcome to enjoy draft beer and specialty cocktails while watching the games like a VIP in a private cabana. Guests can also choose to sit at the open-air bar or take a dip in the heated pool. Don’t miss a minute of the tournament action at 3535, where up to four guests can reserve a spot with their own TV and two drink tickets per person.
Paris Las Vegas
Guests can join the excitement at the Race & Sports Book at Paris Las Vegas by reserving a “sports lounge package,” or beverage package at Napoleon’s Lounge and Le Cabaret Bar that includes three beverage tickets and game viewing.
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
College basketball enthusiasts can watch all the madness at an array of Planet Hollywood’s bars including Extra Lounge, Heart Bar and Blue Moon Bar. All three establishments will offer packages for up to four guests that include a $100 beverage credit.
Located adjacent to the sportsbook, Ringer offers guests to enjoy games, drinks, energy and action by reserving a package that includes a table and beverages or a VIP package.
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
Feel all the energy of basketball tournament action at Rio’s Race & Sports Book with a variety of experiences from leather lounge chairs, tables and premium booths available for rent. Each selection includes a beverage credit. Additional packages that include seating adjacent to the sportsbook will be available and include a $10 off beverage credit.
Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts have implemented Caesars Entertainment, Inc.’s (“Caesars”) new health and safety protocols, which enhance its existing plans and practices in these areas. All Caesars properties are focused on the well-being of Team Members, guests and the community, and continue to work to create an environment with high standards of sanitization and physical distancing practices. Among the enhanced health and safety protocols include more frequent cleaning and sanitization. Caesars has also implemented a health screening program for all employees. Team Members and guests are required to wear masks, which the Company makes available, at all Caesars properties.
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