We went here for a friends 21st birthday. The hotel itself was clean and overall pretty nice, although much of it is starting to show its age. The rooms were clean and looked like they were updated about 10 years ago, and the rooms look different based on what tower you are in. I would recommend the Centurion tower.My biggest complaint would be the casino. We went for a 21st birthday, and we were definitely the youngest group there. We expected to get ID'ed (we are all 21 and 22 years old) but we were harassed nonstop by security. The first night, we were escorted to the security station, and forced to wear bright neon bracelets. I think it is good that Caesars takes this seriously, but we were told that we would stop being bothered once we had the bracelets on, since we would not need to be constantly ID'ed. But it didn't stop. Within a span of 20 minutes, 3-4 security guards questioned us, a waitress ID'ed us and gave issue to my friend whose ID expired a few days back despite security being fine with it. Again, I am glad Caesars takes this stuff seriously, but it was a little bit excessive and embarrassing.Overall, the stay was nice and we enjoyed.