New Year, New You – Ring in 2020 on a Healthy Note with Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts

posted on Dec-20-2019

New Year, New You – Ring in 2020 on a Healthy Note with Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts


LAS VEGAS (Dec. 20, 2019) – From unwinding and reviving for the new year ahead in world-class spas to devouring healthy dishes specialized for new dietary goals, Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts offer a complete lineup of wellness-driven experiences apt for achieving New Year’s resolutions.

Wellness-Inspired Eats & Drinks

Those looking to follow some of the biggest wellness trends of 2020 will delight in these mocktails, as well as meatless and plant-based options offered across several Caesars Entertainment restaurants.

Caesars Palace

Gordon Ramsay HELL’S KITCHEN serves several vegan offerings, including:

  • Pan seared tofu “scallops” made with sautéed celery root, pickled apples and lemon vinaigrette Vegan risotto made with truffle risotto, tofu puree and crispy onion
  • Pumpkin soup made with bourbon maple syrup-glazed butternut squash, granny smith apples and roasted pepita seeds
  • Beluga lentils served with vadouvan carrots garlic confit, spinach and watercress

HELL’S KITCHEN also offers an array of fun, faux cocktails, including:

  • Agua Fresca made with watermelon, agave nectar and lime juice
  • Banshee Whisper made with rhubarb puree, el Corazon mix, simple syrup and Fever-Tree ginger beer
  • Hibiscus Sour made with hibiscus tea, lemon and simple syrup

For a delectable plant-based meal in a picturesque setting, guests can visit MR CHOW, which offers a unique take on a familiar dish with its tofu casserole with vermicelli noodles. MR CHOW also features braised tofu with vegetables and braised vegetables with fresh hand-pulled MR CHOW noodles as off-menu vegetarian options.

Nobu Restaurant and Lounge features a multi-course vegetarian Omakase menu for $100, with courses like: vegetable ceviche, chef’s selection of sushi (tofu skin, myoga, shiitake, etc.), avocado tartar, mushroom soup and more. The menu changes seasonally, ensuring the best and freshest ingredients are used to create meatless art.

Selection of sushi, featured in the Vegetarian Omasake

The award-winning French restaurant, Restaurant Guy Savoy is known for unforgettable, refined cuisine—but no dish is as notable as Chef Guy Savoy’s artichoke and black truffle soup. Having been perfected for more than 30 years, it is served alongside toasted mushroom brioche and black truffle butter. For a vegan-friendly variation, guests can request the dish be served without parmesan cheese and toasted brioche.

Vanderpump Cocktail Garden, the newest eatery to join the Caesars Palace family, offers light bites with refreshing flavors. For those looking for vegetarian offerings, the garden serves a heirloom crudités and hummus board made with grilled naan bread, edamame and pink beet hummus.

Heirloom Crudités & Hummus Board

The Cromwell

The menu at GIADA, featuring California-inspired Italian cuisine, offers several vegetarian and vegan dishes, such as:

  • Cacio e Pepe Bucatini for two, served in a warm Pecorino Toscano wheel
  • Vegan Eggplant Stack, made with vegan Pomodoro, avocado and balsamic glaze
  • Margherita pizzette, topped with roasted Campari tomatoes, basil and mozzarella cheese
  • Mushroom pizzette, prepared with roasted garlic, taleggio and wild arugula
  • Vegan pecorino crostini, prepared with honey, lemon and pink peppercorn
  • Artichoke, served with sweet pea aioli toasted orange and gremolata
  • Vegan marinated olives, served alongside fresh herbs and citrus
  • Baby sweet peppers, paired with goat cheese and olive tapenade

GIADA also offers two tasty mocktails, including:

  • Dolce Vita made with fresh orange, peach puree, blood orange syrup, elderflower tonic and club soda.
  • Birdie made with muddled strawberry and basil, Ceylon Gold iced tea and Giada’s Italian basil lemonade.

Harrah’s Las Vegas

Fulton Street Food Hall, the chef-driven marketplace inside Harrah’s Las Vegas, offers a Beyond Burger at the Burger Bar. The Beyond Burger is made with a grilled Beyond plant-based patty; topped with lettuce, tomato and Fulton signature sauce; and served on a Brioche Bun.

The LINQ Hotel + Experience

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar offers unique entrées to satisfy vegetarian cravings, including the Vegas Vegan Burrito, made with smoked sweet potatoes, steamed brown rice, guacamole, slaw, pico de gallo, black beans, crispy tortilla strips and coconut Thai curry sauce and double-wrapped in flour and sun-dried tomato tortillas. Guests can also savor in Morgan’s Veggie Burger, a house-made vegetable burger of black beans, chickpeas, white beans, black olives, red bell pepper, garlic, artichoke hearts, jalapeño and oats topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, donkey sauce, and onion straws, all served on a garlic-buttered, toasted whole-wheat bun.

The LINQ Promenade

Curated and designed by comedian, writer, producer and Emmy Award-winning TV host, Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club captures the spirit of Kimmel's hometown of Las Vegas. Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club features late night shows, surprise guests, memorabilia, high-end casual cuisine and a few fun mocktail choices named after influences in Jimmy’s life.

  • Cleto Nojito made with mint simple syrup, lime juice and Mountain Dew
  • Cousin Sal made with grenadine, cherry juice and grapefruit Jarritos
  • Jerry’s Towel made with lime juice, kiwi purée and Sierra Mist

Jerry’s Towel

Paris Las Vegas

The newly renovated Gordon Ramsay Steak recently unveiled a vegetarian and vegan menu with an array of salads, sides and entrées. Highlights from the menu include the juicy tomato salad, made with marinated tomatoes, baby gem lettuce and pistachio; the curried whole grain trio, made with curried faro, barley, and freekeh grains, cilantro chutney, spiced cashews and sunflower seeds; the harissa cauliflower steak, served with citrus-pepper relish, kale, swiss chard, chickpeas and mint chimichurri; and more.

Harissa Cauliflower Steak

Burger Brasserie celebrates the American staple—the hamburger—in a lively sports bar environment. Guests can build their own Impossible Burger by topping it with a variety of cheese, toppings and spreads.

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Gordon Ramsay Burger is a burger lover’s paradise with conventional and unconventional approaches to the American icon. Sink your teeth into the Portabella Burger made with a portabella mushroom, aged mimolette cheese, boursin cheese, shaved vegetables and a fine herb aioli. Feel like trying a Ramsay signature burger but with a meatless twist? All burger patties can be replaced with an Impossible burger patty.

Fitness Fun

Did you know that the Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is one of the very few places on The Strip that offers the widely sought-after Peloton bikes? Guests can find the savvy bikes at the Nobu Hotel Fitness Center. Even better, guests can have one of them delivered right to their Nobu suite to enjoy their very own private cycling studio. Imagine a stationary bike that isn't stationary; it can come straight to your Las Vegas suite.

Peloton Bike at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Yoga in the Sky on the High Roller Observation Wheel at The LINQ Promenade allows guests the only chance to find their Om while enjoying the breathtaking, 360-degree views of Las Vegas. The experience includes a one-hour yoga session (two rotations) with a Silent Savasana instructor and up to six gusts per cabin. Guests are guided through the experience by wearing a headset that allows them to hear the instructor and music.

Yoga in the Sky on the High Roller Observation Wheel

The LINQ Hotel + Experience features complimentary in-room fitness carts for hotel guests from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. The carts include yoga mats, stability balls, fitness discs and foam rollers for a four-hour rental period. Hotel guests can call or visit Spa at The LINQ to make a reservation for the delivery.

The LINQ Hotel + Experience In-Room Fitness Carts

Rejuvenating Spa Treatments

Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace features the exclusive NOBU GO Facial, which combines technology and luxury relaxation with the distinguished innovative touch of the Nobu brand. It begins with Natura Bissé’s “The Mindful Touch,” an immersive virtual reality experience that allows guests to disconnect, quiet their thoughts and relax in the present moment. The eight-minute VR journey features striking visuals that honor five fundamental elements: earth, water, fire, air and metal. Then, the guest enjoys a “Cinderella Lift” hydrating facial featuring a topical product similar to Botox that is placed on the face and décolletage. Additionally, detoxifying masks are placed on the feet, followed by paraffin masks on the hands and feet. While the guest indulges in a revitalizing gold face mask, the detoxifying and paraffin masks are removed. Once all masks are removed, the treatment concludes with face moisturizer. The treatment also includes a Natura Bissé travel gift (100 minutes, $555).

NOBU GO Facial at Qua Baths & Spa inside Caesars Palace

Available through March 1, the 80-minute Warm Tahitian Scrub & Hydrating Massage at Spa at The LINQ uses the sultry aroma of vanilla blossoms combined with sweet pure cane sugar to delicately exfoliate the skin. Then, guests indulge in a hydrating vanilla body butter application to leave skin feeling smooth and soft (80 minutes, $185). Spa at The LINQ also features the only Himalayan Salt Cave on the Las Vegas Strip. This experience is a 30-minute session where guests relax as tiny particles of Himalayan salt blow in the air. Similar to natural salt caves that have been used for centuries, this experience helps with congestion, asthma and other sinus conditions, as well as skin conditions.

At the all-new Voie Spa & Salon inside Paris Las Vegas, treat yourself to the Divine Indulgence Package through Jan. 30 ($545). The rejuvenating spa experience includes a Vino Perfect Facial (50 minutes), Swedish Massage (50 minutes), Premium Detox Bath and a Peppermint Pedicure and Manicure (1 hour, 40 minutes).

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