Caesars Atlantic CityHot
Toll-Free Number: (800) 443-0104
Reservation Number: (800) 524-2867
Rooms: 979 Price Range: $119-$499
Suites: 198 Price Range: $499-$800
Self Parking: $20/$25 (Friday-Sunday) Valet Parking: $30/$40 (Friday-Sunday)
Buffets: Brunch- $25 (Saturday/Sunday)
L- $27 D- $34.99/$37.99 (Saturday/Sunday)
Casino Size: 119,657 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Sic Bo, Big 6 Wheel, Keno, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Spanish 21, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Poker, Caribbean Stud Poker, Three Card Poker, Four Card Poker, Texas Hold'em Bonus Poker, Let It Ride, Pai Gow, Pai Gow Poker, Off-Track Betting, Ultimate Texas Hold'em, Asia Poker, Mississippi Stud
Special Features: Roman themed hotel and casino. Parking and buffet discounts for players club members. Health spa. Shopping arcade. Unisex beauty salon.
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We are diamond members at Caesars and we absolutely love it! We find that even though the website may not show that many offers, if you inquire with your casino host you are probably eligible for a lot more than you think! 2 floors of gaming- a lot to choose from! Employees always remember us and welcome us back- super friendly - very clean casino! Good restaurant choices and the diamond and seven star lounge are VERY nice! The Centurion and Ocean Towers are great and updated, I agree with previous reviewers that the Temple Tower needs to be updated!! Its in the center of the boardwalk and our favorite casino! The comments on here about it not being busy, the summer is usually packed but in the winter, with casinos in PA, DE and NY popping up everywhere, its very sad that its taking away from AC business.
I've been to Caesars AC a few times since Atlantic Club closed down and although they have a nice selection of slot machines, the offers are very poor compared to other AC casinos. I was given immediate Diamond Card status upon my first visit and despite going through a good chunk of change on two separate visits, I have yet to see any offers or bonuses come through. So if you're looking for good promotions and/or offers, I would stay clear of Caesars and go elsewhere.
My sister and I usually visit this AC property once or twice a month. We are platinum level players. We normally accrue about 400-500 points per visit. We used to get two free buffets twice a month and about $35 in free slot play. It seems now they want to use your points for their buffet which on a Thursday was bad. Our last few visits have been pleh pleh pleh, my sister's word for not good. There was a person sleeping at a machine and the security people just overlooked it. There was a panhandler roaming around the floor. This is winter and thy are slow so this should be caught and corrected. The crowd on a recent Thursday was pathetic.
It seems a lot of our friends have bid adieu to Julius and his casino. I guess the bean counters have taken over. No more play from us. We're sticking to Vegas twice a year.
The Diamond Club at Caesars is one of the best with a view of the boardwalk/beach. Food in the Diamond Club was excellent. Much better food than Caesars' buffet (which was not good on a Thursday.) The gaming floor is huge There are 2 floors of gaming. Smoking and non-smoking sections and tables are available. Had a nice time there. Location is greatest. Rooms not so nice from what I saw. Hotel guests can take the free shuttle to see the other Harrah's properties.
My biggest problem with Caesars is the attitudes of some of its employees. I've had a waitress give me a lecture on Chinese medicine because I have to take pills for diabetes. I've had the parking clerk threaten to call the police on me because she wouldn't take my parking voucher and I refused to pay. I've had a clueless reservation agent tell me that I should pay for my room instead of getting it comped. Many of their employees don't realize that I can go elsewhere.
Also the table minimums can be ridiculous. On a slow weekday morning in winter, the lowest blackjack table was $25.
The good thing is that it is the easiest casino in town to get to since it's almost right off the Atlantic City Expressway.