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A Las Vegas landmark, Caesar's Palace has been a fixture on the centre of the Strip for decades. There have been many additions to the hotel over the years and the rooms have been updated. If you like shopping you'll enjoy the Forum Shops which are a very popular part of the resort. The casino is a little smokey compared to the newer resort and their modern ventilation systems. Caesar's Palace is a great Vegas pick!
One of the most well known hotels in Las Vegas, Caesars Palace is a kingdom unto itself. Caesars Palace shone a bright light on Las Vegas when it opened in 1966 and today continues to attract numerous high-rollers and celebrities who are drawn to its classic Roman elegance. The Forum Shops, attached to the Caesars Palace, offer some of the best shopping in Las Vegas.
Location: Located centrally on the Las Vegas strip, across from the Flamingo and adjacent to the Bellagio and Mirage.
The room was very dated and the furniture was all scratch up and the room was musty smelling and my view was terrible. They put a $75 room credit on my account but didn't allow me to use it since I used a debit card and not a credit card but that as never explained to me until the last day. Then I used a credit card so I could use the room credit and that worked. After that I was at the pool and was declined to charge a drink to my room even though I had a debit card, a credit card and a $400 hold on my debit card that was already charged. The tv didn't work for half a day and the WiFi went down so much that i had to constantly call for help. I have stayed here 4 times before but never again. I will stay at the Bellagio where they know how to treat their guests. The total rewards desk was very helpful but the front desk was not.
Okay, so it basically went as follows. I had been saving up money for the better part of the year to go visit my now-ex girlfriend who lives in Michigan. Well, she dumped me, and I figured I'd go to Vegas. At work one morning, I was browsing hotel deals and found Caesar's, which is a pretty iconic name alone. I found a reasonable rate for the Palace Tower (2 beds) and booked it on the spot. Last week, I arrived at Caesar's via Lyft (which was a very easy/smooth entrance, always a plus) and went to the bell desk to check in. I had just received an email for checking in online to speed up the process, so I opened it...the only difference was, the reservation confirmation had somehow changed to the "Octavius Tower", which was odd. I inquired about this and was given the new room (Octavius) for the same price I had signed up to pay for the Palace Tower room. I figured "okay, can't be much different/etc.". But oh I was wrong... I walked into my room to find a very good pool-side view, a comfy couch, a King bed, a very functional and modern+clean bathroom, and all the space I could ever want. But...that's not where it stopped. I then walked into the bathroom and was very pleasantly surprised to see a very spacious and modern looking shower, a commode with it's own door for extra privacy, and last but not least, a Jacuzzi tub as well. Everything I wanted was pretty much there inside Caesar's. The pool (especially the Venus pool... *snickers*) was AWESOME. While gambling, very friendly staff came to by offer me free beer as I won on the slots, and it wasn't just one or two, either. I know it's a business and the goal is to maximize profits/make money, but I felt like the staff at Caesar's legitimately wanted me to have a great time, and that's something I won't forget... also I was really fond of the fact that I could light up a smoke in the Casino and not be forced to stand "50 feet away from the building" like a pariah, in most establishments. Room service was pretty quick, always arrived UNDER the time estimated. Also, Caesar's has that "old school/classic Las Vegas" vibe that reminded me of the stories my old man used to tell me about Vegas. Feels "authentic/real". Also had a GREAT time at Club Omnia. Great DJs, and the bartenders pour more booze than soda!!! Lol. I do have ONE suggestion/recommendation (especially for rooms in the Julius/Octavius tower). Please add an extra fridge or cooling unit for guests to store their soda/liquor. Had to keep getting fresh ice every so often so I could serve myself cold drinks. Overall, I had a beyond great time, and not only do I want to return, I don't even want to wait until next summer, I'm already planning on coming back for New Years Eve, since I'll be on winter break from work. Thank you Caesar's, you know how to show a fella a grand old time! P.S.: The location is AWESOME if you're planning on hitting up the local clubs/bars/nightlife.
Had a great room on 33rd floor. Spacious and comfy. Not noisy at all. Casino floor is fun, sports book is too smoky and bartenders there not the quickest. Pool is fantastic. Great selection of restaurants- Trevi, Mesa, Rao's. Even though one of the older properties - still seems new and classy.
Hotel is very confusing to find the front desk and various towers throughout the facility. Front entrance at arrival is just a zoo but not much could be done at check-in hours. Brooks and Dunn/Reba concert was top notch - the arena is first rate with great sound and lighting. Be prepared to be charged for everything - resort fee, parking, ect.
Of course I was expecting something grand after I read reviews about it online and asked around about it but It was a complete disappointment. It felt very unorganised and I am unsatisfied with the service. We put our name down on the kiosks provided at 8:30pm for dinner, it was roughly a 30min wait time through the online system, which was fine as the casino is a place worth exploring. When we first got the text we assumed we would get a table instantly or maybe within a couple of minutes of being there, however we had to queue up to pay first and mind you the queue was not a quick one. After paying the cashier at the counter told us the restaurant closes at 10:30pm which we thought would be fine, if we just came in and ate straight away BUT yet again there was a queue.... by the time we started queueing up it was already nearing 10. Absolutely terrible ! It was frustrating, staff were like machines. By the time 10pm rolled around there was still a line of people waiting to eat. When we finally got a seat, we asked one of the staff members about closing time and they said that they would push the close time to about 10:45pm as it was still busy. We haven't eaten since lunch and we couldn't wait to dig into the food. Imagine our disappointment when the food was just bland, tasteless and dry. The waitresses and chefs behind the bar were not happy to be there, and the mood in the restaurant seemed more like a fast food setting; get in and get out. Not worth the hype, very long wait times and way too expensive for the food they were serving. The food wasn't exceptionally great for the price, it just looks visually appealing. The only reason why I didn't give it a one star rating is because I've had worse food at a buffet, but it was dirt cheap. You get what you pay for and I certainly didn't get what I paid for.
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- 2,418 rooms in 2 towers
- 15 gourmet restaurants
- Fast food court
- 24 hour coffee shop
- 3 pools measuring 22,000 square ft.
- Garden of the Gods
- 22,000 square ft. Health spa
- World class Health club
- Convention space
- Elegant casino
- Forum shops with more than 70 restaurants and shops
- Live shows with top stars including Celine Dion, Elton John, Mariah Carey and Rod Stewart
- Cleopatra's Barge Nightclub
- Wedding chapel
- Golf nearby
Deluxe Rooms include:
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- Satellite TV
- Clock Radio
- Wireless Internet Access (included with resort fee)
- In-room safe
- Wet/Dry Mini Bar
- Marble Bathroom with Walk-in Shower
- Over-sized Spa Bathtub
- Max occupancy 4 persons
- Same as above but larger
- 2 phones
- 2 televisions (one embedded in bathroom mirror)
- Bathroom with over-sized whirlpool and dual rain bath shower heads
Note: At least one person per room must be 21 years of age or older to check-in at this hotel.
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Caesars PalaceLas Vegas,United States
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3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109-8933
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