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Nothing. Smells terrible, horrible service, parking is inconvenient, far, overpriced. Rooms are run-down, noisy, and don’t even have coffee included in the room.
Long lines, over-crowded, dirty carpet. Definitely not worth the money. Will never go back.
I didnt speak to a single person that actually worked for Ceasers.
The hotel itself was beautiful and very comfortable.
Does anyone actually work there... Need to check in? Better use the self check in terminal. Need towel for your room? Better use the text message AI. Need to check out? Better use the self check out terminal. Need directions? Just ask the time share salesman. (They don’t help but enjoy the very long winded sales pitch) Not spending several thousand per day? Better go kick rocks outside.
Money vs hotel
Everything is in one hotel.
Fridge in room didn’t work. No in room hair dryer. For the money should have better room options. For the price everything should be at fingertips!
Suite with adjoining room is amazing
Everything. The suite is huge, great decor. Fantastic with the adjoining unit. Got hit only an extra $81 / night.
In need of update
Location was good.
We booked 2 rooms in advance and requested a late check in. When we checked in our rooms were in completely different towers, which made things a little difficult to manuver since we traveled as a family. One room was great the other was almost completely windowless and very subpar. The bathroom wasn’t the cleanest. The room seemed very old and not up to date, which really isn’t that big of an issue, but when you’re paying luxury price you expect a luxury room. So if you can try to get something in the “Julius Tower”.
Boy have things changed and not for good
They're penny pinching you to death. Will not be back.
Caesar's has everything you need in one place
Spacious room, great pool area
Expensive drinks at pool.
Rooms were big and spacious. Pools were a lot of fun and beautiful.
After we left they charged us for chocolates and an intimacy kit, which my girlfriend and I don’t use since we are lesbians. Seemed like such an unlikely combination. We came back to the front desk and they took it off but did not enjoy that.
The worst service for a 5 star hotel
The location was perfect
The stuff was not helpful, very disorganized, tgey obviously didn't care about their guest, very rude... so disappointed ... it's a 5 star hotel with a 0 star hospitality!!!! I am not coming back!!!
As nice as expected
Big nice room with great bath and the bed was wonderful.
Parking and resort fee are pricey.
The event, "Reba and Brooks and Dunn"
Charges for everything. No microwave or refrigerator in the room. No complimentary coffee in the room. Added charges for phone and wifi use.
Huge new room
The room was in the Palace tower was nee and huge. The befeas luxurious and the bathroom was top of the line.
Everything is expensive, 2 toothbrushes and toothpaste was $25.
Las Vegas’s famed Caesars Palace has welcomed guests from across the globe for decades. It offers luxurious lodgings and Vegas-style thrills to suit singles, couples, groups, and families. Located in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, Caesars Palace is just a short drive from McCarran International Airport and near many area attractions. Its impressive layout features shops, world-class restaurants, themed bars and more, all with ancient Rome-inspired décor and furnishings. Accommodations at Caesars Palace are opulent, relaxing, and sure to meet the needs of most travelers. Guests can choose a Forum Classic Room with a king bed and comfy seating area, a NOBU Deluxe room with two queen beds, 24-hour NOBU in-room dining, and upgraded bath amenities, or a Palace Premium Suite with one king bed, a separate living area, a work desk, and upgraded amenities. There are also many accessibility-friendly rooms and non-smoking options. Caesars Palace on-site amenities are so vast, guests never have to leave the property for adventure. Its famous casino is complete with lavish surroundings, endless slots, and dozens of table games. The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace offers 160 shops to peruse, and the Garden of the Gods Oasis has a pool and cabanas. For personal pampering, guests can spend time at award-winning Qua Baths & Spa and Color Salon by Michael Boychuck. Globally-inspired and rightfully-gourmet restaurants and bars draw in crowds to Caesars Palace. Along with the famed sushi restaurant NOBU, guests can enjoy casual Italian-California fusion at Pronto by Giada De Laurentiis, well-appointed buffet fare at Bacchanal, English pub vibes at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, French pastry at Brioche by Guy Savoy, and so much more.
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