New club to open at Caesars Palace

November 13, 2023

Caspian's Caviar & Cocktails will be based in the old Cleopatra's Barge.

Caesars Palace has officially announced the opening a new club, called Caspian’s Caviar & Cocktails, which will be located in the old Cleopatra’s Barge. 

The club’s concept comes from the Las Vegas nightlife company Clique Hospitality, which is planning to officially open the venue at some point in spring of 2024, with the design conducted by Celano Design Studio Co. 

In terms of the dynamics of the new nightlife spot, the caviar bar will be 1,100 square feet, which will be able to seat 50 guests and include a 2,300 square-foot music lounge, which is due to seat nearly 100 people. There will be a collection of caviar to choose from, as well as drinks at the bar, with a variety of cocktails. 

Clique Hospitality Founder Andy Massi explained the ideas behind the new concept, “As we have with other Clique Hospitality destinations, we designed Caspian’s to feel timeless, but also very much of the moment. Caspian’s evokes Paris and the birth of the Art Deco movement in the early 1900s, and that architecture reflects an era that was magical and celebratory. 

“We want you to be able to imagine yourself in that time, dancing and drinking the night away. 

“We use design to create spaces that feel transportive to these bygone eras and find that in doing so, we’re creating truly incredible experiences and memories for our guests.” 

Last week, Caesars and Culinary Union 226 reached a tentative agreement over a five-year contract for its hospitality employees to bring an end to strike action along the Las Vegas Strip. 


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