3570 Las Vegas Blvd, Ste 1, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.119557 -115.173337
nice rooms, is you're willing to pay – unless you're shelling out a lot of money on the tables, you probably won't get a good deal on these rooms. but once you're there, you'll really enjoy your suite (depending on which one you get). the hot tub in the bedroom is always a nice and relaxing touch. bathrooms are nice and spacious, and the service there is always great. it's nice th at you don't have to constantly leave your hotel if you want to go shopping (forum shops are right there) or if you want to grab some food.
Fit for an Emperor – this is Vegas at it's finest, The best pool in Sin City, Great Restaurants, Shops and not your so many tacky people like Las Vegas attracts. WE love it, and make it back 4-5 times a year. The only Drawback is the PURE lines all around the Casino at night otherwise it is a Grand Hotel and Casino
Caesars Palace - NOT! – We splurged on our first Las Vegas trip and stayed at Caesars. The room was small, not particularly clean, and out our windows the view was the noisy hotel air conditioning. I'm talking RIGHT IN FRONT ON THE WINDOWS. It was undoubtedly one of the WORST ROOMS I've ever rented in a supposedly nice hotel. Once more, the front desk staff didn't seem to care or understand about our unhappiness at spending $250 a night for that "view" and noise. We had a terrible lunch in the hotel restaurant (lousy food & service). All around, we had a terrible experience. We will NEVER be back and tell everyone we know that travels to Vegas (since we live in Alaska, we travel ALOT!).
LOVED it – We were worried about Caesar's after reading reviews, but WE LOVED IT THERE! We were in Centurion and our room was fab! It was right off the elevator, spacious, and clean. Bathroom was large and had Aveda bath products (nice touch). I enjoyed the pool very much. It's large, and the fountains make it very peaceful. There are lots of places to eat. We had lunch at Hyakumi and Spago. The Forum shops have an entrance now on LVB, so you can get to Mirage easily. Good location overall (easy walk to Bellagio). All staff were curteous. Also had an excellent experience at the spa/salon. Would definitely stay again. Hope this review helps others.
Everything's Stone – Ceasar's is a beautiful hotel. But, it's all stone. From the lobby to the pool. Marble this, granite that. Don't get me wrong, I liked it, just thought I'd share that with you. The rooms are nice. Get a tower room cause it has a jacuzzi.
Best Service in Vegas! – We stayed at Caesars for our honeymoon and could not believe how the place looked, then could not believe the exceptional service. We arrived late, thus no check in line. The tower room was gorgeous - whirlpool tub, gorgeous view of Bellagio and "Pools of the Gods," - (did the Gods have a topless pool too?) Received a gift from the person who checked us in on the 2nd day of our stay, lovely surprise. They bend over backwards to make you happy - we even won on the slots! I would say the Casino is lovely - not claustrophic like so many are.... Go there - it's worth the cost if you want something special. They have service all wrapped up!
Lovely experience – Caesars is in a great location- nwxt to the Bellagio and across from Paris. We arrived late so there were no lines. Everyone was extremely friendly, especially the front desk. Our reserved room in the Palace Tower was not ready but we were upgraded to a larger room in the Tower. There was one problem; however. The toilet kept blocking up! After 2 tries by the engineer, it was finally corrected, but we were told that this was a common problem in the Towers. The walls were so thin that we could hear the people in the next room brushing their teeth! An added surprise......we received an anniversary gift from the front desk the evening before we left.The forum shops were awesome. Don't miss them!
By all means the Palace Tower rooms are the best choice. Especially if you can get one facing Bellagio's fountains. The bell staff has always been very friendly and helpful. Caesars is pricey but for special occasions worth the splurge. Only downside has been long check-in lines and even then they offered "rum & cokes" (I think they called them Roman Cokes) while waiting. If they aren't packed (ask first) flashing a Connection card and offering a tip to the check-in person can result in a better room. Palace Tower rooms are also far more convenient to pools.
CC - Postscript to a Great Holiday – Our "cc's" always include our two favorites...Caesars & Celine. This is a Jackpot combination that ensures we will always return to our home away from home...Caesars.
The staff are friendly...the rooms exquisite...the shopping divine...the Caesars experience is like no other...Gucci, Versace, Armani...what more does one need.
Can't wait to return...See you soon....very soon...
Highly recommended – Great hotel. We had a little trouble checking in, even though it was not the hotels fault they upgraded our room at no extra cost to us for any inconvienence that we may have had. The Caesar's Staff went above and beyond to insure that our trip was as enjoyable as possible. We will not stay at another hotel. We have never received such wonderful treatment in all the years we have visited Las Vegas. I would highly recommend this property to anyone!!!!!
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