I am usually offered a comp room at Caesars Atlantic City during the week (not weekends), and I was able to actually take them up on that on a Thursday in October.
Having read numerous posts and the disclaimer on HE Caesars web page, as to where "room type and location is not guaranteed until check in", I was really not expecting to get the Premium room or even a room in the Centurion Tower I booked. I assumed all rooms would be excellent at Caesars, and "comp" is a great motivator towards satisfaction.
Alas, I indeed got a room in the Centurion Tower, which I estimated to be at about 300 sq feet. It did not have a TV in the bathroom mirror, which was no big deal to me since I'm there to gamble and not watch The Weather Channel. As per their web page, this was a Luxury room.
Although it was standard size, the room itself was very appealing, spotlessly clean, and quite comfortable. Your room pass key was needed to operate the elevators, and I felt secure at all times. There was a safe in the room as well. The bathroom and shower area were perfect and the towels were well stocked.
There was no line for my 5 PM check in, and no line for checking out the next morning either. All personnel both in the hotel and casino were polite, friendly, and customer service oriented. The lobby area is attractive in Caesars style, and spacious.
Parking was easy...easy in & out, and free to Platinum and above. Otherwise $5 to "gold" Total Rewards, and most likely free if you're a guest or with minimum play. The hotel/casino is connected to Bally's without walking outside.
Most restaurants are on the 6th floor, and pricey. I had a pre dawn breakfast at Cafe Roma. Although I used Rewards Credits to pay, 2 Eggs, a thin piece of grilled ham, hard toast, soggy hash browns and coffee was $14 + and tip. This is not that I'm surprised, I expect that at Caesars, it's just to inform so the reader can use it as a point of reference. A walk to the Bagel & Dount Connection in the Bally's/Claridge area for breakfast would have been better, but that opens at 7 AM.
The casino was not crowded, table minimums were at $10, and easily available. The dealers were professional and for the most part, friendly. I did find that if you are amassing tier points for you TR card status & comps, Caesars is tight in that regard. I did ask, and they indeed said every HE property in AC has their own "formula" for tier points on table games.
I could have stayed another night, but when I booked the room two months ago it was not available/offered comp on line for Friday, I decided not to ask now & followed through on travel plans outside of AC. Would they have given me the additional night comp???? Ahhh..probably so, but I'll never know.
The hotel itself deserves the "excellent" rating, along with it's location.
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