Where is Caesars Entertainment Corporate office Headquarters

Caesars Entertainment Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: One Caesars Palace Drive
    Las Vegas, NV 89109
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 702-407-6000
  • Fax Number: 702.407.6237
  • Email: Investor_Inquiries@caesars.com
  • Number of Employees: 65000
  • Established: October 29, 1937
  • Founder: William F. Harrah
  • Key People: Mark P. Frissora, Eric Hession

Caesars Entertainment Headquarters Location & Directions

Caesars Entertainment Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Mark P. Frissora

President, CEO & Director

Eric Hession

Executive VP & CFO

Thomas M. Jenkin

Global President of Destination Markets

John Koster

President of Northern Nevada Region

Robert J. Morse

President of Hospitality

Marco A. Roca

President of Global Development & Chief Development Officer

Steven M. Tight

President of International Development

Janis Jones Blackhurst

Executive Vice President of Public Policy & Corporate Responsibility

Michael Daly

Senior Vice President of Strategy and M&A

Vince Donlevie

Senior Vice President and General Manager of Harrahs Chester Casino & Racetrack

About Caesars Entertainment, History and Headquarters Information

Formerly called The Promus Companies and Harrah's Entertainment, Caesars Entertainment Corporation was incorporated by Bill Harrah in 1937. It started with a small bingo parlor in Reno, Nevada. Harrah's Inc. was launched as a public corporation in 1971. In 1972, it became part of the American Stock Exchange and by 1973; Harrah's became the first casino company that became part of the New York Stock Exchange. It has its headquarters in Paradise, Nevada. It was renamed to Caesars Entertainment, Inc. in 2004.

Caesars Entertainment Corporation is a gaming hotel that offers casino-entertainment and hospitality services. Caesars grew leaps and bounds and currently owns 50 casinos and seven golf courses under numerous brands in 13 U.S. states and five countries.  Caesars is a public company and is owned by a group of private companies run by Apollo Global Management, TPG Capital and Paulson & Co. and Carl Icahn.

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  • Patricia L. Mulry-Shaffer says:

    Dear Mr Robert J. Morse:

    The recent acquisition of Indiana Grand and Hoosier Park, in Indiana, are welcomed events with a few exceptions.

    It is very aggrieved that we are no longer allowed to bring our own ‘Indiana Grand’ or ‘Hoosier Park’ glasses or cups into the casino for our personal use. Trust me………I understand the premise of not allowing people to bring in their own alcohol, but if the container is EMPTY when entering or leaving, then people would not be able to sneak in/out their own alcoholic spirits. The beverage containers now offered have NO LIDS, and just last night a lady sitting next to me spilled her entire drink on the playing surface of the machine she was playing. This does not bode well for the ones who play after her, because NO ONE will take the machine apart to clean the sticky mess that is left behind. My mother & I like using our glasses/cups with lids as we don’t like spills and sticky messes.

    Another item about this ‘not letting us bring in our tumblers with lids’ is that IF one has a casino provided beverage glass or coffee cup………… when the beverage is empty, then we have to get up and go get more beverages………..which means that we are not playing!!!!! I know that the casino beverage servers are always around……. but getting a watered down beverage is not my idea of having a palatable soda of any kind.

    My understanding is that we are, for the time being, allowed to bring in OTHER beverage glasses (i.e. McDonalds or Gas station branded containers w/lids) but that is to end as of the first of the year. Will be be able to bring in a Plain styrofoam cup with a lid, empty??? Even my Host has tried to intervene without success. She always bends over backwards to help me and my mother have a pleasant experience.

    Another disappointing thing is the Sidewalk Cafe. Apparently the pastry chef has been changed and they no longer serve Cinnamon Rolls, Lemon Rolls and Raspberry Cheesecake among other treats. Some were a staple that many people depended on when they came in to start their day or to snack on in the middle of the night. I purchased some Tiramisu a couple of weeks ago, it was tasteless and other things that I have tried was very disappointing.

    Just getting casino cash and weekly gifts is not the only thing that patrons want to be rewarded for. Our prior privileges are important to many of us and for those of us who are 7 Stars Members, offers of trips and other bonuses are secondary to the comfort we have while playing. For myself, I am OCD about sweaty glasses (whether paper or glass), can’t stand to touch them, and having my thermal glass with a lid is paramount to my playing comfort. Mother is a Diamond Player, and would love to have a cup of coffee that is hot and without lids the coffee cools down to fast and she is partially disabled and cannot just get up and get another cup of coffee and does not understand why lids are not provided.

    At my age, semi-retired, I work part time so that I have quite a bit of funds to be able to come and play with, and it makes it less enjoyable when I cannot be comfortable.

    So, it seems that there are a few things that have changed that could be remedied. It is not like Vegas where you get comped with Lobster & Steak dinners just for coming to play, we spend great deals of money for our enjoyment and “mindless entertainment”.

    We have gone to Horseshoe of Indiana between New Albany & Elizabeth and have not really be very happy with the beverage situation but at least they would let us bring in a plain styrofoam glass/cup with a lid, and even Cherokee in North Carolina is, or has been, accommodating with the container situation in the past.

    I am just getting back to being able to play, as I have had back surgery and been unable to play for several weeks, and now I am happy to be able to go again, only to find that unwelcomed changes have been instituted. If I have my glass filled with coffee or soft drink………… I PLAY uninterrupted!

    Please address these concerns and complaints and see if there is anything that can be changed about the circumstances that have taken place recently.

    Best regards,

     
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