Positives- "FREE VALET PARKING". Beautiful first class resort. Big room, great bed, bathroom comfortale for 6-at the same time. Awsome location.
Negatives - no room in the fridge, it was full of $9+ a bottle beer. $12 for a cup of coffee, what
hotel doesn't offer a free cup of coffee? NO HOT TUB, the Romans invented the hot tub.
Great place to stay if you can afford $600+ a night for a hotel room.
The Manager of the hotel was so rude and unprofessional that I will not go back to the Caesars Palace again. On top of that, they charge you $25.00 a day for the use of their swimming pool, lobby, gym and internet. For most of those charges they
are part of the cost of the room and was should not be "CHARGED' again by the hotel.
Expecting a four star hotel experience, tried the forum and palace towers. Rooms were large. Beds in both sucked, use a blended polyester-cotton mix. Forum mattress with lumpy and slanted (come on, guys). Air conditioning barely kept the room
cool. Furniture deeply scratched and cosmetically damaged on faces, down to their particle-board bones. Good view from both.
Extremely disappointed, especially for over $350/night.
Perhaps the room isn't as important as the other perks of staying at Caesar's Palace to the management. Either way, won't sleep there again.
I came for the convention and my company had booked the Stratosphere but after 2 nights in that place, I realized I needed another hotel. I chose Ceasar's because of good past experiences and I was not disappointed. The room and service were
The hotel was really nice, however for the price you would expect to receive a few extra amenities. It was ridiculous i had to pay $25 fee to use a mini fridge, no indoor pool, and the rooms were not as big as i thought for the price we paid.