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Caesars Palace Discount Rooms. Just as Rome wasn't built in a day, Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip continues to reinvent itself and redefine luxury. Built in 1966, the hotel-casino never falls behind the times and instead raises the bar for what visitors can expect.
Neat place but DON'T GET MARRIED HERE!.
We paid out the butt to have our wedding here and the place is remarkable as far as scenery goes but the staff sucks and they are extremeley rude if you aren't a billionare!
They made us switch rooms 2 hours before our wedding because a "high roller" came in and requested our specific room.
They also acted like they couldn't understand our homemade place cards at our tables, even though we sent them a seating chart and what everyone wanted to eat-since we didn't pay for their $50 place cards they made everyone re-order their food so we waited 2 hours at our reception for our food.
We paid for full wet bar all night at our reception and they cut people off an hour early when no one was even drunk because drinks were so watered down.
Catering manager is a supreme DOUCHE, when my Husband asked him why they started cutting off the bar when we paid for another full hour of service the man told him to Shut-up. Who the heck tells the groom to shut up at his reception. We paid 22% gratuity and a $200 bartender fee and the bartender still had out a tip jar, plus she was evil white trash, not classy at all.
The ballroom was magnificent, the cake looked great, the food was spectacular, but drinks were watered down and the entire staff sucked!
We were also charged 40.00 just for them to receive our tuxedos (we shipped them so we didn't have to take them on the plane) then they lost them and it took us 2 hours to find them.
We are middle class citizens and paid 10,000 for the 9 minute wedding service and a 4 hour reception, they treated us like low-lifes because we weren't millionaires. The hotel is beautiful but I would not reccomend staying there to anyone because the staff is so horrendous.
Nice But Below The Top Hotels. I stayed at Caesars several weeks ago. Check-in was easy although I was given a non-smoking room when I requested smoking. My room in the Forum tower was nice but unspectacular. There are some nice amenities like guest robes and a tv in the bathroom. My room has a shower only which was an unpleasant surprise. The property is very far flung with vast distances between certain areas. For example, the pool by the Palace tower is really far from the Forum tower. The layout is very confusing. I spent some time stuying the property map before my arrival which helped a lot. Prepare to get lost. The casino offers a wide variety of table games and machines. There are a number of very good restaurants and a food court which was better than expected. The Cafe Lago buffet includes a seafood tower for each table which was nice. Service was okay but I expected better. In spite of renovations, the hotel looks its age in spots. Pros: wide variety of games, very good restaurants. Cons: Inattentive check-in staff, confusing layout, showing its age a bit
A bit pricey, but very nice.. I stayed at Caesars Palace once back in 2002, but I was very happy with both the service and our room. We were greeted at the desk by Robert, and he was very thorough. He explained everything and told us where our room was (and it was what we requested). The Casino was great and the Forum shops really blew our mind the first time we were there ( an internal hotel mall as big as our local mall's back home). Since then the Casino is even better, and the Forum shops have grown even bigger. We make it a point to visit the Cheesecake factory as our first stop every visit. The aquarium just outside the Cheesecake Factory is also very cool to see, as is the Mythology animated show just in front of the aquarium (on every hour I believe). We did/have not spent much time in Caesars restaurants, so I can't comment on them. We have seen shows there in the past which have been very good (Celine Dion, and Elton John). I was not much of a Celine Dion fan, but the show was still good. In a nutshell, we had great service, rooms were very nice and clean, the casino was great, and it was very central to the LV Strip.
Woke up covered in Insect Bites? Bedbugs or Spider Bites?.
I stay in Vegas about 4 times a year for business. I just returned from my company's conference at Caesar's Palace and I must say the room I had at Caesar's place was the WORST room I have ever stayed in during my 10 years of visiting Vegas!
I can forgive the extremely out dated room (it was clear that I was staying in one of their older towers). But, I cannot forgive the ROCK HARD Mattress that they gave me- my desk has more bounce to it. When I woke up in the morning I had insect bites all over my back. When I checked out of the hotel, I told the clerk about the bites and suggested that they have the room sprayed before anybody else stayed there. I did not mention the cement slab they gave me to sleep on as I didn't want to complain. The response I received back from the gal at the front desk was pure attitude. She said I could fill out a "security report" if I really wanted. I said that my obligation ended there, I told her about the problem and the hotel could choose to do what they wanted with that information. I'm guessing they did nothing. I don't know if there was a spider in my room or bedbugs, but when I got home at midnight I throw everything in the washing machine to be on the safe side.
When I receive a corporate rate that is several hundred dollars a night, I except more from a hotel. Go down the street, spend $79 bucks a night and get a clean bed to sleep in!!!!!!
Very Good, But Not Great. This is a beautiful hotel on the best real estate on the Strip. You are in the middle of the action here, and I love this property primarily for that reason. Service for an average customer (one who is not playing thousands on every hand) is average. The concierge will simply give you telephone numbers to make your own dinner and private car reservations, rather than doing it for you like the Wynn and Bellagio. The basic room is okay. It was clean and had a spa tub but no minibar. Also they keep the bottled water and ice bucket on a shelf near the toilet in the bathroom. Yuck! The upgraded rooms are much nicer and do have minibars and flat panel TVs. The property is very large, and that means it is also very spread out. Bring your walking shoes. I'd stay again for the location, but not for the service. It is good for groups that want to party and gamble in a high-energy setting full of beautiful people and surroundings. It is not the place to feel pampered or catered to.
A celebrated lodging that keeps up with its long-standing reputation..
With its towering row of fountains leading to its entrance, this hotel revolutionized the Strip when it opened in 1966. Now it's almost a city unto itself, with three enormous casinos, four busy lounges and numerous restaurants that include 808 and the acclaimed Bradley Ogden. The casino's $95-million, 4,000-seat Colosseum was custom-built for Celine Dion's "A New Day."
must stay here. you must stay at this hotel. the augustus rooms are incredible. i think they're even better than the wynn. the pool is kind of gross, and it doesn't have padded lounge chairs, but the rooms are absolutely awesome.
rooms nice, I loved the poker room, service ok. I have stayed here twice this year. The rooms are nice and location is central strip. I loved the poker room and shopping. The service was ok but the room service was great. Order the cheese plate with a good bottle of wine.
Nice Hotel.... Caesars Palace is very nice. Casino is not stuffy and the employees are nice. The Atlantis ride si fun and I recommend it especially if you are with the kids. Enjoy the F.A.O. Schwartz toy store and the rest of the Forum Shops !!! It's a nice place to visit !!!
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