Caesars Palace Hot
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Toll-Free Number: (800) 634-6001
Reservation Number: (800) 634-6661
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Rooms: 3,349 Price Range: $109-$500
Petite Suites: 242 Price Range: $300-$600
Nobu Rooms: $159-$379
Nobu Suites: $609-$1,560
Suites: 157 Price Range: $750-$4,400
Restaurants: 12 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B- $30.99 L- $38.99 D- $54.99
Casino Size: 136,415 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Pai Gow, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Mississippi Stud, Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em, Three Card Poker, Keno
Special Features: Health spa. Beauty salon. Shopping mall with 125 stores and interactive attractions. Mariah Carey stage show. Elton John stage show.
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Ceasars is an old hotel that keeps adding things to it to make it more exciting. The rooms are comfortable with hot tubs in the rooms, and mirrors over the bed!!!!!! The casino is large and it takes alot of walking to see everything within it. Food is always good anywhere inside Ceasars.....but remember it will be expensive! But the location on the Strip is right in the middle of all the action and you can walk to many other hotels and casinos. We enjoyed our stay there and would go back. Did I mention the pool is wonderful??? It is.....
Craps has turned crappy
Played craps here in June while staying at Bally's (nice room there, great customer service). For the flagship of a fleet of casinos, this was incredibly bad. Dealers didn't care and were rude (and consistently making payoff mistakes, always in the house's favor). Eliminating the boxman at each table results in excruciating delays every time there's a problem. Floormen didn't care and moved at sub-glacial speed. Complained to the pit boss, he told me, "There are other places you can play" (well, no kidding!). Cashier was rude and slow, had to ask her to put down her smartphone to serve me. Good drinks waitress.
There are at least 50 other casinos in Las Vegas. I'd probably prefer to play at any of them before I waste my time in this "top of the line", treat-customers-like-garbage place.
With their buchanel buffet I gave them a 5 for food choices. I know I misspelled it! Named after the god Baachus. Lousy Vp tables, but I used to enjoy the atmosphere and CW service. The hotel has everything your heart desires. Great pool and spa services. Love to just walk through it.
dont leave bags with bellhops
when things get stolen while in bellhop room don't expect Caesers to help in any way. They just pass the buck even if you just spent $2500 in their casino. I'll never stay again.
Awesome Place and Coolest Escalator I have ever se
This is one, if not the best place in the centrr Strip...
I love the Sports Book here. It's massive and is a great place to see the game and people watch for the amount of traffic that goes through that area of the casino.
The food options here are endless. All of them good. Never had a bad meal here, with the exception of Planet Hollywood that is in the Forum Shops.
Still trying to figure out how those escalators work in the Forum Shops. Have never seen another escalator that turns like.
Lots of slots here, too many in fact. I like it here though, always a good time at Caesars Palace...
Caesars Palace- Good Place
Nice casino, nice place overall.
I absolutely love the Forum Shops and this place has a lot of dining options, even for the budget minded traveler.
Don't forget to check out the free Atlantis show in the forum shops. It's hoaky, but still a fun time.
One of the best old casinos.
I've never stayed at the hotel, but have spent a lot of time in the mall and on the gaming floor. I've never been disappointed in the food or service.
We purchased the Harrah's 24-hour casino buffet deal. After doing dinner at Rio, breakfast at Harrah's and lunch at Paris, we decided to walk over from Rio to Caesars for the final challenge of dinner. Well, we finally found the buffet at the far end of Caesars tucked in a little corner. Most of the small buffet was rabbit food with only some broiled chicken, a pork tray and something that might have been pot roast or pot luck. My wife who is a salad lover liked it, but I thought it was an insult to any connoisseur of real buffets. And the desserts were cookies and jello. Good thing I had eaten twice what I should have earlier in the day! But, Caesars is a neat place to walk through and gosh only knows, I needed the exercise. BTW, the walk over from Rio isn't short but it isn't that long and it sure helps settle all that food. Only buy the 24 hour deal if you're serious about food.
Just Fun! Very Friendly..returning Jan. 2011
This Place Is Fun!
Visited 7-9-08. Didn't stay at hotel but casino was fun. Won at the big 6 wheel.
Wait staff was friendly and drinks were good. The shops are fun and many of them. Half naked statues are funny. Send pictures of the statues back home.
Parking was easy!
Best place to eat
Stage Deli rocks! Half a sandwich and soup with either coleslaw or potato salad and a homemade pickle - $10.
Soup was great, coleslaw was fantastic and the sandwich had 2 inches of meat. I couldn't finish either of the 2 meals I ate there, not for lack of trying.
Try the lemonade. Located in the Forum shops past Planet Hollywood.
THe Best we've found.
Caesars is easily the best casino in the Harrah's stable. Although a very large property, there are a vast variety of machines to play. They might be a little weak on table games but that is not our interest.
The Buffet (Cafe Lago) offers a wide variety GREAT food. They personally make any salad you want. Cook up fresh pasta at your request & the freshly cut Prime Rib is to die for. The cost for a Friday night is about $23.00 per person but you can use your Harrah's comps. Seating is usually no problem because of the large number of other places to eat at Caeasar's Palace.