Serendipity 3 and Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

A sculpted garden sundae, topped with a cherry & straw (a glimpse of my mom is in the picture with the sundae further down!) Colorful flowers that looked good enough to eat! Mazes upon mazes of manicured shrubbery! Fountains that leaped into the air! THIS is Serendipity my friends! I swear I wanted to chop that sundae down and put it on the plane with me. LOL

When I first laid eyes on Serendipity 3 in Las Vegas (in 2011) I just knew I was in Wonderland. This charming restaurant opened in 2009 and sits right next to Caesars Palace. Everything about it is magical. From the pink awnings to the cute menus, this place left nothing undone. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. They also serve ice cream sundaes as BIG as your...ok my head. I suggest sitting outside and enjoying the sights! Bring your camera, because the beautiful Caesar's Palace gardens, prayer temple, and fountains are next door. If you have a platinum card or better, then you should shop at The Forums. HaHa!

My blog buddy Nelah of Maysa and Sunshine recently vacationed at the Vdara Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. I mentioned to Nelah, that I went April 2011 (it was a surprise trip for my mom's birthday) and would share my experiences on my blog. I was new to blogging back then and didn't feel comfortable sharing personal pics. Now anything goes! HaHaHa Please realize, I didn't have a DLSR camera in 2011. If you've written a blog post on Las Vegas and would like to share your experiences, please share your link on this post. I encourage everyone to visit Vegas at least once. I'll try and put another Vegas post together for you tomorrow. 

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Linda Greaves said...

You make me want to go explore my area more! I love these little travel posts :)

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Laura said...

It looks amazing Kim! I'm going in June and can't wait! Will have to visit this place :)

Carole Poirot said...

Vegas looks like one of those strange places where I'm really not sure whether I'd like to visit or not. It's not exactly the most natural of places, is it? ;-)

Thanks for your comment yesterday, it made me smile. I guess one of the reasons why a lot of food is more expensive here is that we don't' have the climate to grow a lot of things and therefore have to import them. Markets are definitely cheaper and better quality than supermarkets and I try to shop as much from small local shops as possible.

Hope you're well, have a great day xo

Dale Janeé said...

Wow, cool aspect to include the videos at the end Kim and thank you for writing about Seredipity because I have seriously walked by this place soo many times in Vegas on my way to the Forum shoppes and never really knew it was more than a little ice-cream place. It looks like this restaurant was designed after the theme of your blog. hehe. Thanks for sharing and that dessert looks way TOO good!

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oomph. said...

ok, i soooo need to go back to vegas! i haven't gone since the minis!! this looks like such a fun place!

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Cee said...

I've never been to Vegas, but when I finally make the trip, I know a visit to Serendipity will be in order! Anywhere with a bush preened into the shape of sundae is as serious about desserts as I am and therefore not to be missed :) The sundae you had looks amazing! Thanks for sharing, Kim :)
xox,
Cee

fluff and fripperies said...

All your wonderful posts are making me long to pack a bag and take a trip across America! What fabulous experiences you're having - thanks for sharing with us!

Tina Bradley said...

Fabulous photos! I am SOOOO ready for a vacation right now (and a strawberry sundae--yum!). :-) How wonderful to have had an experience like this with your mother! I know it's one you will treasure forever! T. http://tickledpinkwoman.blogspot.com

Mica said...

Oh I would love to visit Vegas one day! Your post is lovely - so nice seeing the videos and hearing your beautiful accent :)

I am always jealous when I see photos of people's Vegas trips, makes me want to go visit even more.

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BIKBIK AND RORO said...

What a cute, dreamy sort of place! And that sundae looks sinfully good! Ah Caesar's Palace -- I remember going there as a child and swimming in this wonderful pool...

Sam said...

This is so quaint and pretty, its out of a page of Hansel & Gretel, I would happily get lost in these sweet surroundings, Lurv!

Lilli said...

Kim, you just killed me! Looks a fantastic place in which I will love to indulge myself with a big ice cream bowl! Kisses dear! xo

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

What a fabulous place. I must go!

TheTinyHeart said...

I've never been to Vegas but I'd like to go one day. They have a Serendipity in NYC but I've never gone to eat there...it's usually crawling with tourists, haha.

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Lorena said...

I remember going by in November, however we were in a rush and did not stop. However I am glad YOU DID!
Vegas is a place to sin on food. It's just SOOO GOOD!

MaysaAndSunshine said...

Kim: thank you forto sharing this and kindly linking me up. There are too many interesting places to explore in Vegas that i feel you need 4-5 days. The place you mentioned sound awesome. I will have to keep that in mind when we return. Vegas is such great place to visit although you dont gamble, there is something for everyone and shopping is awesome if you have mobey to shell out.

Meghan Silva said...

Vegas is really one place i'm dying to visit. Great post Kim.

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Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

Yum! There is a Serendipity on the UE side of NYC and I loved their frozen hot chocolate!
I am seriously contemplating going to Vegas - there is so much to eat there!

xoxo,
Chic 'n Cheap Living

Tami Rebekah said...

yummmmm!!!! Want that sunday!!

miss b said...

Those flowers are lovely and the manicured hedges so beautifully maintained. That's certainly a huge strawberry sundae and I'm sure it would take me quite a while to read through the menus and make a decision!
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Stylejourneys said...

Ahh... ive always wanted to go here... but never happened in my last two trips..

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Fashionista622 said...

I am probably the last living human that has never been to Vegas Kim. LOL
Seriously - hubby & I talk about it all the time & then end up picking another detour. You have sparked my interest for sure. Such unexpected beauty and scenery that doesn't only consist of casinos and booze.

Thanks for sharing this one! xo

Maria

jo said...

Kim, I can't wait to try this soon! Since I'm going to LA in the summer, I HAVE to make a stop in Vegas!

xo Jo

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Natalia A said...

I think I won't be the first person here saying "wow". :) This is so over the top and fabulous!
x

Jessica said...

looks like fun!!! ur so adventrous

Laura Go said...

omg that is over the top sweet, Kim!!! I love the milkshake topiary and the pink building!!! Eye catcher, for sure!
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Elle Sees said...

Only been to the one in NYC! What fun!

Coco said...

Those gardens are luxurious! And... Is that a strawberry on the top of that whipped delice? Please share more pics of this wonderland. Spring brings out my need for vacation, and the realisation that the holiday of my dreams is years of savings away :-) For now I daydream taking virtual tours when I read my friends' posts. I adore getting glimpses of new places, be them as fancy as Vegas or as cozy as Pulachoula (best strawberries). So thank you Kimmy. How are you doll? I have been feeling you are a little down lately, like a quiescent volcano if you know what I mean. Am I wrong? I'm there for you, you know. Big hugs and tons of whipped sundaes. Love

Sakuranko said...

Wow really bautiful gardens and cutethings many thanks for share sweetie.

xoxo

Aga Guerrero Olesinska said...

Looks like an amazing place. Thank you for your commment. I follow you at GFC and I would be happy if you decide to follow me back:-)
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Ichraq said...

It looks amazing! where do you find these places? It looks like i'm going to come live in las vegas or should i say in serendipity 3:D

Nico Saich said...

Oh gosh let's meet at serendipity and get a sunday! That sounds perfect right about now! Thanks for your comment on my blog! Construction always seems to be a pain in the neck no matter where you are living!

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Pamela RG said...

Love those sundaes! They look amazing. Must be so refreshing to eat them after all that heat in Las Vegas.

ROXTHEFOX said...

AHHHHH, why would you do this to me? Absolute envy here! I've been to Serendipity numerous times in New York. Even if I have a stop over for a couple of hours, it's my go-to place. Their chocolate brownie sundae is so orgasmic. Sometimes, in my dark moments, I dream about it. I had NO idea that they opened one in Vegas too?!?!? A trip to Vegas is def overdue now.

Now I'm really hungry. For Serendipity.

Also, last time I went to Vegas was in 2004 and I went with my parents. Worst expierience of life. I did not get the memo that Vegas was not a family oriented place lol.

LyddieGal said...

those are some sweet treats! I've always wanted to visit their NYC location!
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Rebeca Muñoz López said...

Wonderful place and delicious dessert

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The Dainty Dolls House said...

Another place to sign me up too, haha. I'd burn some cash in there, so nice!! AM glad you enjoyed it doll :)

Sara Gerard said...

Aw man! NO fair! I want that sundae! lol! It looks like you had a blast :)

Ps-Sometimes your posts don't show up on Google +. It will say "Kim has not shared anything with you", but I am not sure if it just me or an G+ error.

Rainbow Gatherer said...

I loved this place, that giant sundae is beautiful!

aki! said...

When I was there, I tried the frozen hot chocolate. It was amazing!

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Diva In Me said...

I was there last year Spring with my sister and we didn't actually walked in to Caesars Palace. Just passed through outside and it does look very grand. That sundae looks yummy!! Can't blame you for wanting to chop it off and bring it back home with you =D