We used to love coming to Ceasar's. It was a first class establishment. Not now.We are often given a comped room, as we play a bit. This time, we were given a comped room for four nights! WOW! But when we checked in, there was no valet parking. The closest garage was closed and the open garage was about a ten-minute walk from the front desk. Not good for anyone with a mobility challenge. Only two workers at the front desk. Then another ten minute walk to our room in the Centurian Tower. The room was pleasant and clean, with two windows on the ocean. However, the paint was chipped. The hall carpet was worn and filthy, and it was not vacuumed every day, as I saw the same debris daily. The hall was consistently very hot. The brass on the elevator doors was stained. One of the pictures in the hall had come loose from it's mat and was off center. The sink faucet leaked. No washcloths one day. Time to eat. The only places open for dinner were Gordon Ramsey's Pub )very good and very pricey), Kui (very good, very pricey Asian food), and a fancy deli where two scoops of Gelato cost $6.45 plus tax. I believe some other restaurants may be open on the weekends. Gordon Ramsey's was also open for breakfast and lunch, with an upscale menu. No where to get a plate of eggs. Beauty salon closed. What we saw of Atlantic city was also pretty depressing. Many of the outlet stores were closed and shops on the Pier across from Ceasar's were closed. All the staff we dealt with were wonderful, friendly, a discouraged about what this once fine hotel has become. Don't think we will be visiting again.