Atlantic City is an anomaly for me. It's a city, on the ocean, a gambling Mecca in an economically depressed town. I don't gamble, but enjoy the ocean, boardwalks (but not the tackiness of Atlantic City's boardwalk), dining, and imbibing. I also do not like large hotels, and I usually rest my head in boutique style hostelries. The issues with the Caesars started before we entered. We were compelled to park our car a great distance from the hotel. In addition, we couldn't find an open space, driving around in circles for a half hour until we spied something. Schlepping our luggage for what seemed a mile, we arrived at check in only to find a long, serpentine line stretching for what also seemed like a mile. Fortunately, there were kiosks, but we had two rooms on one reservation, and the kiosk couldn't handle that complexity. Thus, we dropped our luggage off in one room in the Centurion tower, walking through a smoke filled gambling den on the way to the Centurion tower, and decided to check in to the other room much later. The room itself was large, very nice, with a view over rooftops to the ocean. I can't say much for the Caesar amenities, because we spent most of our time at the Hard Rock Hotel, which seemed like a much nicer place to stay. I don't deal well with lines and waiting, so I doubt I will experience Caesars Atlantic City again.