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Caesars Palace - Resort & Casino

4.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Generally, we stay at better hotels at vegas. I've stayed at Caesars over 5 times. When we arrived, there was a lie of about 6-8 families waiting to get checked in. This took over 30 minutes. I think it's a bad reception of the incoming guests to make them wait so much. The staff were polite at the desk. The room was good. We noticed that now, the coffee for the coffeemaker is $10!!! Unbelievable. Over-upselling is silly. There's a resort fee of $59 per day. I'd say that should cover room coffee as a tradition. The staff at the buffet were NOT good. Reception there is short and curt. The super confusing setup is something you have to see. Your eyes cannot make out what it is you need to do. So you have to get a wait-list from a machine which will page you. Then an hour later, you get a text and they let you in, no not in the restaurant, in the line! Good thing I asked. We stood in line after the waitlist 1 hour and I waked back and asked the lady how much more wait. She said over an hour. We walked away and went to Bellagio and walked in immediately. We ate at the buffet at Caesars 4 times, never dinner due to the wait time. three times, for breakfast, I asked for orange juice and it was brought.On our last day for breakfast, I asked again. This time, the young Hispanic man told me to go get it myself. This is after we had gotten our food and were seated. also, it took him about 10 minutes to greet us when we sat. He was NOT super busy and stood there looking around.

The room is normal no luxury out side the hotel good in side the room looks old

A little pricey but so worth it! Clean, super fast self check in - no need to wait in line for front desk, check in took 3 minutes. Clean beautiful room with awesome view. Pool is great too. On the middle of the strip, walk to whichever casino you want!

Pools close at 7:00 pm. I was not expecting the pools to close at 7:00 in Las Vegas. I would not stay there again due to the early closure if pools. Even cheap motels in US have their pools open late. If you don't care about the pools than I reccomend this hotel.

Between check-in and your room, you will more likely get lost in walking thru the casino. There's no other way around.

We Checked in around 3:30pm and did not get our rooms until after 4pm. Ask for connect rooms but can not provided. Staffs is alright but not super services. Lights out in both bathrooms over night make it so inconvenient. A plastic piece from the toilet control valve broke. But we do like the jacuzzi, the pool, and the buffet. I will give this only 3.5. Next time I go back to Venetian.

We had a great time other than all the smoke in the casino.

soa employees made it a terrible experience Room, elevators were terrible As compared to previous stay, big difference, most likely will not come back

We had a great time... The Hotel was perfect in all regards

I went to Vegas with two family members to see the Reba and Brooks & Dunn concert and decided to stay at Ceasers Palace since the venue was there, too. I also chose to stay there because two of us had never been to Vegas and the hotel's history in the city. This hotel does not have a 'personal' feel to it; arriving and getting to your room is like going to the airport and getting to your plane. I realize this is a huge, busy, hotel but that's how it felt to me. Be prepared for the outrageous costs for dining in the hotel restaurants and the costs for items consumed from your in-room refrigerator. There is also a daily resort fee tacked on to the bill at check out. This may be customary for the strip area, but I will stay off the strip the next time I visit Vegas for a show.

It is a excellent hotel. you will find tons things to do. Our only complaint is that they do not provide complementary coffee

Need to work on the lobby check in. Should not take over an hour to check into hotel. It's very disheartening when you fly out and you have an early meeting and cannot get into hotel for that length of time. Ruins the stay as it is be first experience of the hotel

Highly recommend!!! We loved all the art! Felt like Rome!!! Staff was great! Great experience!

After traveling 7 hours enduring 115 degree weather the check in line had only 2 people. After waiting over 40 min. Not even a smile. At the price of the hotel (overall fair) smile an be pleasant.

Room very nice and spacious. Personnel go out of their way to help you. And if you like to shop and gamble this is the place to stay.

Check in was a bit long but overall the stay was very nice. Room was very clean and the maid service was amazing.

The check-in process was super smooth. Zoey was very friendly and very welcoming. She made our stay at Nobu very pleasant and comfortable. She made sure we knew about the Nobu Social event that was going on that day and called us to make sure our room had everything we needed. We got the top floor room and the view was amazing. We highly recommend Zoey and the Nobu Hotel at Caesar Palace.

feel safe during the stay ,and impress about all stuff happy to assistant customer.

I spent more money to stay at Caesar's palace because I thought the room would be nicer than somewhere like Luzor or Monte Carlo. I found out that it cost more because the hotel is in the middle of the strip. I don't party or gamble and came to sight see. This being the case made it harder for me to get to and from my small room at Caesar's palace. Everything around my hotel was more expensive because it was in the middle of the strip. The room was nice and clean but very small. I would have personally rather stayed further off the center of the strip, had a bigger room, and been closer to a cheaper place to eat. I would have liked to seen the sq feet of the room in the description so I could compare.

On of the biggest and beautiful hotel on Las Vegas strip. I really enjoyed the stay. The staff was very friendly and great customer service. I would definitely go back again.

3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas NV

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Fashion Show Mall
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa
  • Casino

Located in Paradise within a mile (2 km) of Fashion Show Mall, Caesars Palace - Resort & Casino is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Las Vegas Convention Center. This 4.5-star hotel has 7 outdoor pools along with a full-service spa and a casino. Near the airport, it's also near University of Nevada-Las Vegas and Thomas and Mack Center.


Dining

This hotel is home to 16 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the 4 coffee shops/cafés. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.


Rooms

All air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, free local calls, and laptop-compatible safes. TVs come with pay movies, and guests can stay connected with WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include ironing boards and desks.


Property features

Caesars Palace - Resort & Casino features a full-service spa, 7 outdoor pools, and a casino. Parking is available for USD 10 per day (USD 18 per day for valet parking), and there's also limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a nightclub, a fitness center, and a spa tub.

Guest reviews for Caesars Palace - Resort & Casino

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3

they forgot why they're a hotel

Everyone

Generally, we stay at better hotels at vegas. I've stayed at Caesars over 5 times. When we arrived, there was a lie of about 6-8 families waiting to get checked in. This took over 30 minutes. I think it's a bad reception of the incoming guests to make them wait so much. The staff were polite at the desk. The room was good. We noticed that now, the coffee for the coffeemaker is $10!!! Unbelievable. Over-upselling is silly. There's a resort fee of $59 per day. I'd say that should cover room coffee as a tradition. The staff at the buffet were NOT good. Reception there is short and curt. The super confusing setup is something you have to see. Your eyes cannot make out what it is you need to do. So you have to get a wait-list from a machine which will page you. Then an hour later, you get a text and they let you in, no not in the restaurant, in the line! Good thing I asked. We stood in line after the waitlist 1 hour and I waked back and asked the lady how much more wait. She said over an hour. We walked away and went to Bellagio and walked in immediately. We ate at the buffet at Caesars 4 times, never dinner due to the wait time. three times, for breakfast, I asked for orange juice and it was brought.On our last day for breakfast, I asked again. This time, the young Hispanic man told me to go get it myself. This is after we had gotten our food and were seated. also, it took him about 10 minutes to greet us when we sat. He was NOT super busy and stood there looking around.

By , from Malibu, CA on Jul 22, 2017

3
Families

The room is normal no luxury out side the hotel good in side the room looks old

By on Jul 22, 2017

5

very nice, very clean and the view!

Everyone

A little pricey but so worth it! Clean, super fast self check in - no need to wait in line for front desk, check in took 3 minutes. Clean beautiful room with awesome view. Pool is great too. On the middle of the strip, walk to whichever casino you want!

By , from st augustine on Jul 17, 2017

3

pools

Everyone

Pools close at 7:00 pm. I was not expecting the pools to close at 7:00 in Las Vegas. I would not stay there again due to the early closure if pools. Even cheap motels in US have their pools open late. If you don't care about the pools than I reccomend this hotel.

By , from San Francisco Bay Area on Jul 13, 2017

2

lost between check-in desk and room location

Everyone

Between check-in and your room, you will more likely get lost in walking thru the casino. There's no other way around.

By on Jul 13, 2017

4

vegas trip july 4th 2017

Everyone

We Checked in around 3:30pm and did not get our rooms until after 4pm. Ask for connect rooms but can not provided. Staffs is alright but not super services. Lights out in both bathrooms over night make it so inconvenient. A plastic piece from the toilet control valve broke. But we do like the jacuzzi, the pool, and the buffet. I will give this only 3.5. Next time I go back to Venetian.

By , from N on Jul 6, 2017

4
Everyone

We had a great time other than all the smoke in the casino.

By on Jul 5, 2017

3

disappointed

Everyone

soa employees made it a terrible experience Room, elevators were terrible As compared to previous stay, big difference, most likely will not come back

By on Jul 5, 2017

5

awesome weekend

Everyone

We had a great time... The Hotel was perfect in all regards

By , from Dallas on Jul 3, 2017

3

nice hotel on las vegas strip.

Everyone

I went to Vegas with two family members to see the Reba and Brooks & Dunn concert and decided to stay at Ceasers Palace since the venue was there, too. I also chose to stay there because two of us had never been to Vegas and the hotel's history in the city. This hotel does not have a 'personal' feel to it; arriving and getting to your room is like going to the airport and getting to your plane. I realize this is a huge, busy, hotel but that's how it felt to me. Be prepared for the outrageous costs for dining in the hotel restaurants and the costs for items consumed from your in-room refrigerator. There is also a daily resort fee tacked on to the bill at check out. This may be customary for the strip area, but I will stay off the strip the next time I visit Vegas for a show.

By , from Dallas on Jul 3, 2017