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Caesars Palace Hotel Reservations

Caesars Palace
Completely renovated in 1997 at a cost of over $300 million. Large casino and sports book. Over 2,400 rooms and suites, nine restaurants, three outdoor pools in a 4.5 acre courtyard, 23,000 square foot spa, salon, 6,500 square foot fitness center, Omnimax Theatre, extravagant shopping areas including the Forum Shops (Over 100 stores) and Appian Way (17 shops).

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Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 91%  9% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 81%  19% no
Based on 60 total ratings.

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3stars  God Blessing
Nice Site see you guys at home ok!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Darl <darl4onyeobula@darlington.net>
German, a, USA - Friday, October 03, 2008 at 12:23:10 (CDT)
5stars  
I have been to Las Vegas a number of times, and my last trip which was in 2006, twice actually we stayed at Caesar's. Wow, what a room! My husband and I felt the room was above and beyond. The service was also very good. The check in was fast and very efficient, and the staff were very caring and very helpful.
I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone that is planning a trip to Las Vegas..
Joanne Fredericks <value@skyweb.ca>
St. Andrews, mb, Canada - Friday, January 04, 2008 at 11:31:15 (CST)
  Never again
Late service, long waits, baggage problems and last but not least unmade beds when we first showed up. June 8th, 2006 Gerard Hardwick to whom this may concern thanks.
gerard hardwick <thabizness619@yahoo.com>
lemongrove, ca, USA - Friday, January 19, 2007 at 02:04:42 (CST)
  Never again
Late service, long waits, baggage problems and last but not least unmade beds when we first showed up. June 8th, 2006 Gerard Hardwick to whom this may concern thanks.
gerard hardwick <thabizness619@yahoo.com>
lemongrove, ca, USA - Friday, January 19, 2007 at 02:04:25 (CST)
  Never again
Late service, long waits, baggage problems and last but not least unmade beds when we first showed up. June 8th, 2006 Gerard Hardwick to whom this may concern thanks.
gerard hardwick <thabizness619@yahoo.com>
lemongrove, ca, USA - Friday, January 19, 2007 at 02:04:19 (CST)
  I GOT MARRIED IN CAESARS PALACE
WE HAD AN EXCELLENT TIME IN CAESARS PALACE. THE WEDDING CHAPEL, ROOM, SERVICE AND DINING WAS TOP CLASS. BOTH MY HUSBAND AND I HAD THE PLEASURE OF STAYING IN THE TOWER ROOM WHICH WAS ABSOLUTELTY OUT OF THIS WORLD! THE VIEW WAS FANTASTIC, WE COULD SEE THE WHOLE STRIP, MOUNTAINS AND THE BELLAGIO FOUNTAINS!,WHAT MORE COULD WE AS FOR! THE TERRAZZA GARDEN IS WHERE WE HELD OUR RECEPTION AND AGAIN WE WERE NOT DISAPPOINTED.THE WEDDING CO-ORDINATOR AT THE WEDDING CHAPEL REALLY COULD NOT DO ENOUGH TO HELP WITH OUR BIG DAY, NO WAY WOULD WE HAVE RECIEVED THAT KIND OF SERVICE ANY WHERE HERE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM FOR THE MONEY WE SPENT. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO RETURNING FOR OUR ANNIVERSARY.
SARAH ROACH <S.RIDEHALGH32@HOTMAIL.CO.UK>
NELSON, UNITED KINGDOM - Saturday, November 25, 2006 at 08:57:36 (CST)
  unhappy custmer
i go to vegas every year and stay at different places only on the strip- a few years back i stayed at ceasars. top notch place i will say. i know harrahs owns almost all there . recently we purchased room on price line . we got our confirmation for the room at a great great price. thinking for once the average person finally won in vegas with a great deal on a room. only days later i was informed that there was a mistake and they would not honor our room. they make millions an millions, you would think for once they would eat this and let the aveage joe win. i feel this is totally wrong
paul corona <prc1953@comcast.net>
schererville, in, USA - Friday, October 27, 2006 at 09:28:15 (CDT)
  MY DAUGHTERS' WEDDING
OUR EXPERIENCE WITH THE SERVICE STAFF AT YOUR "ELITE CLUBS" WAS LOUSEY. WE CANCELLED DINNER AND ANY FURTHER DINING OR CLUBBING OR GAMBLING IN YOUR HOTEL FOR THE WEDDING PARTY AND 100 GUESTS. THE REPUTATION OF THIS HOTEL WAS SUPPOSED TO BE BEYOND REPROACH. THE DRINKS WERE OVERPRICED, THERE WAS VERY LITTLE ALCOHOL IN THE DRINKS AND YOUR FOREIGN EXCHANGE PERSONNEL IS EXTREMELY RUDE AND DISCOURTEOUS. I THINK THE LAST TIME I WAS TREATED THAT RUDELY WAS IN FRANCE! THERE ARE BETTER CLUBS IN VEGAS THAN WHAT YOU HAVE TO OFFER!! I UNDERSTAND DRESS CODES, BUT THE SHOE THING IS RIDICULOUS!! THERE WERE CLUB GUESTS USING AND SELLING DRUGS IN THE LOBBY OF OPM AND PUSSEY CAT DOLLS. LINES ARE LONG EVERYWHERE, YOURS ARE RIDICULOUS. THE PATRONS OF YOUR CLUBS WERE SO EDGEY AND GHETTO I HAD TO LAUGH. IF I WANTED TO SEE SUCH BEHAVIOR I WOULD HAVE HIT THE STRIPPER CLUBS. THEY COULDN'T HAVE BEEN ANY LOWER IN CLASS THAN THE "BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE" YOU WERE LETTING IN. ENJOY VEGAS - DONT WASTE TIME PARTYING OR STAYING HERE-THERE ARE BETTER AND NICER PLACES IN VEGAS.
JOAN SHAHAN <JOANCRUMPLER@HOTMAIL.COM>
BEAUMONT, TX, USA - Tuesday, September 05, 2006 at 20:01:37 (CDT)
  Is this the same hotel?
I had the worst experience I have ever had in Caesar's Palace last week. I really can't believe we're talking about the same hotel. I am a business traveler and they put me in a room directly above Cleopatra's Barge, so I had loud rock music blaring until the wee hours. When I called to let them know about this, they actually downgraded me to a much smaller and fairly crappy room! I guess I should have kept quiet. But wait, it gets worse! Not only is the Casino a total money pit. (I should have known better than to gamble there)
but, when I was moving out, in the short period it took me to take the first load of luggage to my car (I had a lot of stuff, as I stayed there for 9 days), the maid let herself into my locked room and very quickly disposed of the remaing items. One was a coffee maker and the other was misc. items in an Armani bag. She had to have rushed these items to the trash chute! The really amazing part of this debacle, was how casually the incident was handled by Hotel staff! It was very clear that no-one cared. I eventually retrieved most of my belongings, but it was only because I was relentless. The Mesa Grille, on the other hand was excellent. Fabulous, really. Next time (and I travel to Vegas a lot) I will stay at another property and visit Caesar's only to dine at Mesa Grille.
V O'Keeffe <v.okeeffe@cox.net>
USA - Tuesday, August 01, 2006 at 14:46:03 (CDT)
  Best stay in vegas. Would definatly come back again. So much to do. Loved every minute of it.
John Smillie <johnattheraces@btinternet.com>
Kilmarnock, Scotland, UK - Sunday, May 15, 2005 at 04:16:00 (PDT)
  We had a great stay here at Caesars. Its a classic hotel with a fabulous location on the strip. My only complaint about the trip is that I wish the weather were better!

But, at Caesars, we got a great deal, got comp'd for a free meal, and we won about $500. I guess there is nothing better than winning to make you enjoy your stay. We'll be back!
Cherri C
San Antonio, TX, USA - Saturday, March 05, 2005 at 21:03:17 (PST)
  I stayed at Ceasars three times in 2004 and I am looking forward to spending more time there in 2005. You are treated like a king and they make your stay very enjoyable. You are also compt generously while you play the tables. I have been to Vegas many times over the past 20 years and have stayed at other casinos. Once I stayed at Ceasars I will never stay anywhere else. It is all class and the service and food is fantastic.
Ron Urich <Rulet 114 @aol.com>
Mayfield Hts, Oh, USA - Friday, December 24, 2004 at 19:37:13 (PST)
  Stayed at Caesar's twice and will be going back in August 2004. We have stayed at many hotels in Vegas this one is by far our favorite. Great rooms, food, atmosphere and the pool area is georgeous. We have brought our small child with us and our handicapped parents, worked out great for everyone. pool and forum shops great for kids. And the casino rents out motorized scooters for the handicapped right as you check in, very handicapped accesible. Slots culd be alittle looser, but the hotel is situated right in the middle of the strip so you can visit many other casinos close-by. Definately high classed Casino/hotel. If your looking for a more casual, laid-back "come as you are" scenerio that so many people are looking for these days, i recommend going somewhere else. Caeser's is too classy for you!
Joyce Bird
USA - Saturday, June 05, 2004 at 14:35:35 (PDT)
  I loved it..big rooms, housekeeping, bell person, staff very helpful and very nice..Relaxing pool area.You can spend days just in the casino and shopping alone.Now my favorite place and I have stay in many casinos over the years
lewke
port coquitlam, bc, canada - Friday, April 09, 2004 at 23:24:41 (PDT)
  My wife an I stayed there at the end of July and had a great time. We were in the old tower, so the room was old and not that nice. Sort of old time Vegas, mirrors on the ceiling and a huge bathtub/shower practically in the middle of the room. Went to the Venus pool and regular pool both days and found the pool staff to be attentive, polite and nice. (Good lookin' too!) The restaurants in the Forum shops area were plentiful and good, and we had nice meals throughout the trip. Location was really great, we were able to walk to lots of other casinos. I thought the table limits were kind of high, as it was difficult to find a ten dollar balckjack table. They had plenty of fifteen dollar tables.

The old tower romms are sort of dingy, and that was the only quasi-negative thing about the trip. We had good food, good drink, relaxing pool time, and thought this was a great location to explore the rest of the center strip.
Louie <brewboss@yahoo.com>
CA, USA - Monday, September 22, 2003 at 09:54:41 (PDT)
  My husband and I stayed at Caesars this past week for our honeymoon and had a wonderful time. The staff was courteous and prompt and the casino and hotel were clean and comfortable. We received a room upgrade and a complimentary bottle of wine complete with wine glasses, carrying case and cheese plate and silverware. The restaurants were excellent and the overall atmosphere made it a great getaway vacation! We had a truly great time and will recommend Caesars to anyone we know going to Las Vegas!
Erica <Gem462@aol.com>
Morgantown, WV, USA - Monday, September 01, 2003 at 07:04:27 (PDT)
  Stayed 6 nights in a deluxe room, they stuck me in an old tower and it was not what I expected, well, the room was ok but kind of dirty, would not stay there again unless I book a room in the new towers which I hear is clean and nicer. Casino was very clean and nicely decorated, did not really care for the high ceilings though. Pools were very nice, clean too, WARNING there is a adult pool there where you can go topless. Forum shops were nice but alittle expensive, bring your camera 'cause there's good picture taking there. Hotel is in the middle of the strip, so don't really need a car, just walk or take the bus ($2.00) to get to other hotels/casinos. All the food was good, really liked the buffet for breakfast, good service. I will be visiting again next year.
Crystal
USA - Saturday, May 17, 2003 at 15:45:25 (PDT)
This hotel is gorgeous. Great location, great pool(Garden of the Gods is very appropriate) and great casino. The rooms are ok in the 3 "traditional" towers, namely Centurian, Roman, and Forum, however the rooms in the Palace Tower are excellent, and are definately worth the extra bucks. The forum shops are also a treat.
Jon
USA - Saturday, November 09, 2002 at 17:08:50 (PST)
I stayed at the Ceasars Palace in February last year. Great Hotel, great service and great rooms. Just sad that it was under construction and sometimes it was a bit noisy. I can only recommend this Hotel. Would come here again.
Maureen
Stoholm , Denmark - Sunday, August 25, 2002 at 05:24:31 (PDT)
My wife and I just returned from a delightful 4-day stay at Caesar's Palace, (July 15-19, 2002)and were very pleased with the whole experience. Room: (Palace Tower) spacious for 2 people, clean and well-appointed, quiet and comfortable. The room rate was very good indeed, because of the special off-season offer available only by calling the hotel directly. The bathroom was excellent, with Jacuzzi tub, separate shower and plenty of room. Hotel as a whole: spacious, welcoming, interesting theme decor. Vast public spaces (including the casino and shops) require some navigating to avoid becoming lost. Location: Convenient, central spot on the Strip, with easy access to Mirage, Bellagio (which will be better after completion of the mysterious building project on the corner), Venetian, Bally's, Paris. Service: Really quite exceptional in every instance - front desk, bellman, housekeeping and concierge folks were pleasant, prompt and actually seemed to care about our requests. Restaurants: We tried 2 - Lagos Coffee Shop for breakfast, very pleasant venue, relatively quiet, good to excellent food, prices comparable to other Strip hotels; 808 - Absolutely magnificent seafood in a small, almost cozy setting, with prices high, but again similar to that in other top-class Vegas restaurants. Gambling: We played craps almost exclusively, found the tables to be reasonably uncrowded except after 9:00 PM, with pleasant dealers (as a rule) and relaxed boxmen. Pleasant surroundings with higher ceilings than many casinos, which appeals to me. In summary, our first stay at Caesar's was really a delight. We've had an opportunity to stay at 6 other major Las Vegas hotels over the years, and Caesar's has become our new favorite to which we hope to return frequently,
Jon
NM, USA - Saturday, July 20, 2002 at 14:17:02 (PDT)
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