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If you are staying at Caesar palace, don’t stay in Nobu. Disappointing for the money you spend. No view pot service no amenities in the room. Even the tv wasn’t working. Caesar palace is fabulous though.

Everything

Pool, rooms, and hallway

It took over 2 hours to check-in. Initially I was told they had no room available when it was already paid and reserved.

I can only speak to the room I stayed in the Julius tower 362. The view was horrible. We looked at a roof and a wall. When asked about a change we were told it would require and upgrade. Also note than only 2 devices can be on Wi-Fi. We had connected with two(a phone and iPad) and wanted to switch a device since my wife had to use her laptop for a work zoom meeting. We unconnected the phone but that didn’t work so we called the Wi-Fi support line. We were rudely told that there was nothing they could do and we had to pay extra for another device. The bathroom was a mess every day because there was no separation of the shower floor to the rest of the bathroom. The tile floor was completely wet and slippery after every shower taken. If you do stay here, make sure to go through each line item of your bill. I opened the mini fridge and they charged me for an item I didn’t take. Thankfully they removed it from my bill. I’m still not sure why a daily “resort fee” of $50 is added but that at least was known. We felt like there was a lot of nickel and diming. On the plus side, the property was clean and the pools were nice. It was convenient to get a ride share and the location was centrally located to many of the other hotels/casinos. In conclusion, we will most likely never stay at Caesar’s palace again.

All the pools wasn't open. Uber drop off and pick up were to far

Hotel was ok, seemed like it was short staffed. Convenient location.

When we checked in we were informed that we could upgrade to one of the suites for a discounted price. Total surprise, and very welcomed. Beautiful suite with all views down the strip, and the Bellagio fountain. Will stay there much more often.

It was a beautiful property. Always very clean and offered many amenities that i didnt see at other hotels. A nice selection of restaurants and shops in a variety of price ranges. We will definitely return to this hotel.

Staff was unfriendly and everything was way too expensive. Food is not cheap in Vegas anymore $22 for pancakes. Ridiculous

classic and historic. Great all around experience.

This was a wonderful place for our honeymoon. The check in lines were insane @ 4pm but, other than that things were wonderful.

I didn’t like how far the towers were from the front desk so when I our room keys stopped working at 1am we had to go from our room all the way back to the front desk were we had to wait in a long line for almost 1hr just to get our room keys working and when I asked the gentlemen at the front desk if he was sure it was going to work correctly this time he told me he didn’t know and if they didn’t I would have to wait in line again to speak to someone about mind you I got in line at 1:05AM and didn’t get back to my room until 210AM. When I tried calling the front desk I got the run around and transferred to the security department which then told me they couldn’t do anything am doesn’t understand why I was transferred to them since the front lobby should have taken care of it an transferred me back to front desk who then picked up the phone and hung up!

Great stay like always!

Front desk was exceptional…

The beds were very soft. I didnt like that tje bathroom door was a slidder and it was broken so it didnt close all the wat.

Liked the newly renovated room. Liked the pools, restaurants. Didn't like the riff raff that attends on site nightclub. Didn't like NO security at elevators to rooms. Liked prime location. Hated the salespeople trying to reel me into the stores in corridor to elevators.

Disappointing. I've been a fan of Caesar's for a long time, but never actually stayed at the hotel. Our tv barely worked, the jets in the tub didn't work, there was a massive stain on the tile in the entryway of the room, the hallway to the Octavius tower wasn't air conditioned, 2/7 pools were shut down despite it being pool season, the lobby was under construction, and my favorite bar Cleopatra's Barge was closed with no information as to when it would reopen. I will not be staying here again.

it was beatuful. easy to check in and out. a map would be useful.

I got a rash all over my body due to the sheets ! It ruined my vacations i was very itchy it made me unconfortable !

Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas NV

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to LINQ Promenade and The Venetian Casino
  • Free WiFi in rooms (speed: 25+ Mbps) and in public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Located in Las Vegas Strip, Caesars Palace is adjacent to LINQ Promenade and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like High Roller. This 3954-room, 4.5-star resort welcomes business and leisure travelers with a full-service spa, a casino, and a restaurant.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at G. Ramsay Hells Kitchen, the resort's onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a pick-me-up at the 4 coffee shops/cafes. For your convenience, a cooked-to-order breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM.


Rooms

TVs come with pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include free local calls, laptop-compatible safes, and ironing boards. Housekeeping is available once per stay.


Property features

Guests of Caesars Palace have access to a full-service spa, a casino, and a nightclub. Valet parking is available for USD 30 per day. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with tours or tickets, dry cleaning/laundry, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury resort include an outdoor pool, a gym, and a sauna.

Room options

Augustus Premium Room, 2 Queen Beds, Smoking

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Octavius Premium Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Octavius Pool View Room 2 Queens Non-Smoking

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Octavius Premium Room, 2 Queen Beds, Non Smoking

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Caesars Palace

Everyone (281) Couples (149) Family (163)
1
Everyone

If you are staying at Caesar palace, don’t stay in Nobu. Disappointing for the money you spend. No view pot service no amenities in the room. Even the tv wasn’t working. Caesar palace is fabulous though.

By on Jul 5, 2022

5
Family

Everything

By on Jun 27, 2022

5
Family

Pool, rooms, and hallway

By on Jun 26, 2022

2
Family Friends

It took over 2 hours to check-in. Initially I was told they had no room available when it was already paid and reserved.

By , from Cypress on Jun 19, 2022

2
Partner Couples

I can only speak to the room I stayed in the Julius tower 362. The view was horrible. We looked at a roof and a wall. When asked about a change we were told it would require and upgrade. Also note than only 2 devices can be on Wi-Fi. We had connected with two(a phone and iPad) and wanted to switch a device since my wife had to use her laptop for a work zoom meeting. We unconnected the phone but that didn’t work so we called the Wi-Fi support line. We were rudely told that there was nothing they could do and we had to pay extra for another device. The bathroom was a mess every day because there was no separation of the shower floor to the rest of the bathroom. The tile floor was completely wet and slippery after every shower taken. If you do stay here, make sure to go through each line item of your bill. I opened the mini fridge and they charged me for an item I didn’t take. Thankfully they removed it from my bill. I’m still not sure why a daily “resort fee” of $50 is added but that at least was known. We felt like there was a lot of nickel and diming. On the plus side, the property was clean and the pools were nice. It was convenient to get a ride share and the location was centrally located to many of the other hotels/casinos. In conclusion, we will most likely never stay at Caesar’s palace again.

By , from Elmhurst on Jun 17, 2022

4
Everyone

All the pools wasn't open. Uber drop off and pick up were to far

By on Jun 15, 2022

3
Family Business Business

Hotel was ok, seemed like it was short staffed. Convenient location.

By on Jun 10, 2022

5
Family Partner Couples

When we checked in we were informed that we could upgrade to one of the suites for a discounted price. Total surprise, and very welcomed. Beautiful suite with all views down the strip, and the Bellagio fountain. Will stay there much more often.

By on Jun 6, 2022

5
Partner Couples

It was a beautiful property. Always very clean and offered many amenities that i didnt see at other hotels. A nice selection of restaurants and shops in a variety of price ranges. We will definitely return to this hotel.

By on Jun 4, 2022

3
Family Friends

Staff was unfriendly and everything was way too expensive. Food is not cheap in Vegas anymore $22 for pancakes. Ridiculous

By on May 26, 2022

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