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We’d like to think that every table at Restaurant Guy Savoy in Caesars Palace is equally good. And doesn’t the best table depend on the kind of dining experience you’re seeking? If you want to see the sights of Las Vegas in between bites, you’ll want to be by the windows. But if seclusion is what you’re looking for, then the best tables at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant are in the back left-hand corner of the restaurant. There is a private area with just a few tables for up to four guests each. There are glass walls on three sides, so it's possible to view, but not hear, guests in the main dining room. In this area, no matter your table, you'll feel as if you’re having an intimate dining experience at Guy Savoy.