Las Vegas is a city of big stars, big gambling, big sidewalks and big... appetites?
It’s true! Las Vegas boasts more buffets per square mile than any other destination in the United States. That may or may not be true, but if it were, Caesars Entertainment’s lineup of hotels and resorts (and Buffet of Buffets program) offers visitors the lion’s share in buffet action. So put on your buffet pants with stretchy waistbands – Vegas has gone all-you-can-eat.
With this beloved Buffet of Buffets program, guests can fill their plates to their hearts desire with a 24-hour pass to unlimited access at five of the best buffets on the Strip (or seven, with a modest upgrade). This includes Flavors, The Buffet at Harrah’s, Paradise Garden Buffet at Flamingo, the Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood, Le Village Buffet at Paris, and Carnival World Buffet at Rio. With the upgrade, guests gain access to the legendary Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars and the Seafood Buffet at Rio. The only question left is, how many meals can one fit in 24 hours?
At the Bacchanal Buffet, experience nine globally inspired open kitchens with more than 500 items. Everything here is top-notch.
Flavors Buffet features live cooking stations, all-you-can-eat crab legs and gelato in one of the Las Vegas Strip’s most diverse buffets. Make sure to try the Prime Rib and Brazilian BBQ.
The Paradise Garden Buffet allows guests to feast on cuisines from around the world while watching the wildlife in the Flamingo’s inimitable wildlife habitat. Try building your own crepe! Choose from cherry, bananas foster and more.
At the award-winning Spice Market Buffet, fare from around the world takes center stage, along with tantalizing desserts. Snow Crab Legs are available seven days a week.
At Le Village Buffet, the five regions of France are represented, accompanied by live-action stations and cottage dining rooms. Made to order crepes are available seven days a week.
Lastly, at Rio, the Carnival World Buffet and Seafood Buffet (separate restaurants), offer over 300 selections daily. Be sure to try the made to order Asian Station. Also, remember that the Seafood Buffet is a unique experience in Las Vegas with a huge assortment of seafood choices.
So, go nuts Las Vegas and rest assured that Buffet of Buffets has your back. A Buffet of Buffets Pass is $59.99 per person, plus tax, Sunday through Thursday, and $74.99 per person, plus tax, for the weekend and holidays. The pass is valid for a 24-hour period from when you initially purchase your pass and is good for as many visits as you like during participating buffet business hours within that 24-hour period. For more information, visit online at caesars.com.