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Caesars room types. . so many!

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Caesars room types. . so many!

Hi,

I'm looking to book a night at Caesars Windsor and had a question about the room types. Hopefully someone on TA stayed there and can share their experience.

In the Forum Tower, they have Deluxe and Luxury Rooms. In the Augustus Tower, they have Deluxe, Luxury and Premium Rooms. The room description on the website is pretty much the same thing for all types. The only thing different is the view.

Can someone share the differences between the towers and/or the type of rooms (size, wear, convinience etc.)? Any information is useful!

Thanks,

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1. Re: Caesars room types. . so many!

I've stayed in Caesars Augustus tower premium, comped by the hotel. It was an excellent room, spacious, with a nice view. (I did review it). The Augustus tower is new, and you won't get a bad room there. The Augustus tower also had an odd set up, and is further away from the Casino itself. It's the only part of Caesars that Families with children can stay.

I have not stayed in the Forum tower, but they were part of the original casino/Hotel before HET took it over. To the best of my knowledge, the rooms are nicely done, but do have some of the old designs, like popcorn ceilings. (Not the end of the world).

The casino itself is entirely smoke free. It also tends to be quiet and lacking excitement. table minimums are not excessive, and slots are tight. Casino and hotel personnel are friendly and professional.

Quite frankly, the rate they charge to stay there if you're paying out of pocket isn't worth it, when you could easily priceline the Hyatt, Marriott, or any other major four star hotel in Detroit for between $49 and $80 per night. Rather than cater to their loyal customers, they base their rates on what the draw will be for "name" entertainment they have booked . It's somewhat out of whack mainstream Harrah's business mode for the other properties they have. The restaurants are overpriced, and not all that good either. Their "sports bar" is well done and an attractive place to watch a game.

The overall experience is very good, the rooms are excellent, but overpriced.

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Thanks Zoke2,

Your response was very useful. It's puzzling why the other responses are blocked out.

I was wondering did anyone here go try out the pool? If so, may you tell me how big/deep it is? Is it just for lounging around or can you actually swim? Also, was it crowded?

Thanks,

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