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Caesars Palace
Ranked #35 of 264 Hotels in Las Vegas
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Reviewed February 19, 2013

The room we booked months in advance wasn't clean and ready when we checked in, so the gentleman at the desk upgraded us to a different room. The room was absolutely beautiful! The staff we ran into at all hours of the day and at different locations of Caesars were always friendly and helpful. The biggest downfall was how incredibly large this place is! It was a hefty walk everyday to and from our room (5-10 minutes). The location of the palace is ideal if you want to be in the middle of the action. The pools were beautiful, I just wish they didn't close them so early (6 pm). I would deffinetly stay again

Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 19, 2013

Having been to Las Vegas for business (conference @ Caesars palace), I booked a room here in the Forum Tower. Upon check-in though, I was appointed a room in the Roman tower. Tired after a 20 hour travel, I could not bother with changing as I was only staying for a couple of night. I should have known better though. The room was void of any luxury. Yes, the beds were ok, but the tv (which is an old CRT screen, mind you!) did not work, the carpet was stained, the airconditioning did not work, rooms were all but soundproof, and in the bathtub, water was equally divided between the shower and the bath tap. There was no minibar, no coffee maker, no complementary bottle of water, no free wifi.

Instead, at Caesars, you have to pay for EVERYTHING! Internet connection? 14,99 dollars/day. And that only works (or not?) in your room, because anywhere else on the property will set you back 24,99 dollars/day! A bottle of water? 3 dollars. Printing your boarding pass for a flight back home? There are internet terminals with a printer that cost you .35 dollars/minute and .75 dollars/print. This will set you back about 10 dollars if you are with a party of 2. Breakfast? Count on at least 30 dollars per person. Paying 200 dollars/night for a room, I think these practices are insulting to customers.

When visiting other hotels, I like the atmosphere and service much better in the Venetian or in Wynn/Encore. If you have the choice, stay there instead.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled on business
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3  Thank C00lJay
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Reviewed February 18, 2013

The room had a large hottub and plenty of area for sitting, using computer, and the bed was very comfortable. Well furnished.
The shopping mall inside is pretty incredible with entertainment in th corridors and more than I wanted to see.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled on business
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2  Thank kane h
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Reviewed February 18, 2013

Caesar's Palace is world famous, but unfortunately you pay for it.
The hotel's location is excellent if you want to be in central Las Vegas.
It's got a wide range of restaurants and bars, but the level of service is very mixed and you really pay through the nose for everything.
If I was going back to Vegas it wouldn't be my first choice, though it's definitely an experience

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled on business
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Thank mneylon
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Reviewed February 17, 2013

I've stayed in old, run down properties like Circus Circus and Sahara as well as modern super luxury properties like Encore at Wynn, Aria, and Venetian. And everything in between. Jockey Club condos, Monte Carlo, Luxor, the old Aladdin, Rio Suites, Mandalay Bay, Paris and Bally's.

For my 21st or 22nd trip to Las Vegas (I lost count) I decided that it was about time to try out Caesars Palace, one of the oldest properties on the strip; having opened in 1966. While other Las Vegas resorts that are this old are looking worn out, Caesars has aged remarkably well.

While Caesars has a reputation as an upscale luxury property, it can be hit and miss depending on which room tower you choose. The Augustus and Octavius towers are the newest, and have their own private check in desk and taxi stand. I had a room in the Augustus tower and it was just as nice as the rooms I've had at Encore, Mandalay Bay and Aria.

The Palace tower is also nice, but uses the main check in desk and taxi stand; so your wait to check in will be longer.

The Roman and Forum towers are the oldest and least desirable. If you normally stay at mid-level properties like MGM or Treasure Island in the basic low priced room then the Roman and Forum towers will be fine for you. If you normally upgrade to a suite in a mid-level property, or book upscale properties like Bellagio, Venetian, Cosmopolitan, Aria, and Wynn then you definitely want the Octavius or Augustus tower.

The Palace tower is kind of in between. The old Centurion tower has been converted into a separate property called the Nobu Hotel which specializes in sushi. Yes, it's weird for a hotel to specialize in food but Las Vegas is a pioneer in weirdness.

The even numbered rooms in the Augustus Tower face the Bellagio and Cosmopolitan, while the odd numbered rooms face Mirage. The only thing about Caesars that disappointed me was that although I was assigned a 25th floor room number... 2520 or something... the room was actually only 4 or 5 floors up from the ground. I think it's somewhat deceptive to number rooms like that but it wasn't a major disappointment. They just fooled me because normally I ask for a room up high; and having been given room 2520 I thought it was up high so I didn't ask. Bally's is the same way, you can get room 4105 and it's not on the 41st floor; it's maybe the 20th floor.

Caesars is like a self contained city. In addition to the huge casino there is an upscale food court, Pure night club, Cleopatra's Barge bar, the Shadow Bar, and over 200 shops and restaurants in the Caesars Forum Shops. You could live here for years and never have to go outside.

Augustus Tower rooms are nicely decorated in a modern design similar to Mandalay Bay, Aria and Encore. Not over the top frilly like Venetian. You get a glass shower stall, jetted tub, two sinks, TV in the bathroom and separate smaller bathroom with a toilet and phone. The hallway closet has an ironing board, terry cloth robes and a safe. The main room has 2 nightstands, a work desk, two phones, large flat screen TV, Keurig coffee maker, dresser, a small round table, a couch, a coffee table, and mini bar stocked with hard liquor, beer, wine, snacks, and other assorted items. As is the case with all hotel mini bars if you pick up the item you get charged for it.

Being a Harrah's owned property, Caesars has no resort fee... but if you want to use WiFi there is an extra charge. The MGM Mirage properties all charge you a resort fee of around $20 per day but they also give you free WiFi. So if you're going to use WiFi, it doesn't matter if you pick a property that has a resort fee or not. You're going to pay extra either way. Resort fees are disclosed on the resorts' web sites in small print but are never included in reservation prices.

Caesars is also center strip, the taxi stand for the Augustus and Octavius towers is on Flamingo Road just a few feet past Las Vegas Blvd. It's an easy walk either way, whether you want to go south toward the new CityCenter area, Bellagio, MGM, and Luxor or north toward Mirage, Venetian, Wynn and Fashion Show Mall.

Taxi fare to or from Caesars to the airport should be $15 or less. Don't let the driver long haul you down the freeway.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled solo
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6  Thank UMustBeTrippin
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Reviewed February 17, 2013

Caesars is huge, very nice accommodations but a little dated. Had a great time at this hotel. Attached to nice shopping. I would stay here again. Staff was friendly and helpful. Bed was comfortable. We had a large group in different towers, rooms were average overall.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank KellyD1963
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Reviewed February 17, 2013

Caesar's Palace is located in the heart of the Strip. The Forum Shoppes are connected to Caesar's Palace and there are tons of restaurants. I love that there is a food court at Caesar's for those occasions that you just want to grab something quick.

The bathrooms are fantastic and have TV's in the mirror with a wonderful rain faucet shower with extra traditional faucet. The shower is large enough for 2.

The beds are amazing at Caesar's. We have actually contemplated ordering one for home.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with friends
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Address: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109-8933
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Location: United States > Nevada > Las Vegas > The Strip
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Casino and Gambling Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#9 Green Hotel in Las Vegas
#14 Casino Hotel in Las Vegas
#18 Spa Hotel in Las Vegas
#20 Luxury Hotel in Las Vegas
#41 Romantic Hotel in Las Vegas
#41 Family Hotel in Las Vegas
#66 Business Hotel in Las Vegas
Price Range: $150 - $493 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Caesars Palace 5*
Number of rooms: 3974
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Every day is spectacular at the iconic Caesars Palace! From celebrity chefs Gordon Ramsay, Bobby Flay, Guy Savoy, Nobu Matsuhisa and Francois Payard and a world-class buffet to upscale dining and casual fare, Caesars Palace offers the finest restaurants on the Las Vegas strip. Soak in the daytime excitement of the five acre Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis where six different pool experiences compliment heavenly bodies that adorn its grounds. Relax in the opulent oasis at Venus European Pool Lounge and experience fun European-style sunbathing in private comfort. Take in skylines from around the world and enjoy specialty cocktails at the upscale Vista Cocktail Lounge. At Montecristo Cigar Bar you can watch all the big games and sporting events on the oversized video wall while enjoying fine whiskeys, smooth cigars and small bites in a state-of-the-art, fully ventilated 4,000 sq ft environment. Star-powered performances by Celine Dion, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Reba Brooks & Dunn & Mariah Carey fill The Colosseum. As night falls, join the electrifying vibe of OMNIA Nightclub - you never know what celebrity might be in attendance. Enjoy the natural and healing powers of water with a treatment at the award-winning Qua Baths & Spa. COLOR, a Salon by Michael Boychuck, brings Hollywood glam to Las Vegas at his ground-breaking creation. For the discriminating shopper, The Forum Shops at Caesars still stands as the Strip's premier shopping destination. ... more   less 
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