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CAESARS PALACE LAS VEGAS HOTEL AND CASINO

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Reviews
Average Tripadvisor rating for Caesars Palace
Average Rating Based on 17326 reviews
Caesars Palace
One of my favorite hotels
Caesars Palace
So after Mlife'ing it for awhile, I came back to Caesar's Palace for my most recent stay (I am a Platinum level player with Caesar's). You know, I really like it. It is of course the flagship of...More
- Lawmaven_SoCal_Coast
So after Mlife'ing it for awhile, I came back to Caesar's Palace for my most recent stay (I am a Platinum level player with Caesar's). You know, I really like it. It is of course the flagship of Caesar's Entertainment (which includes, e.g., Planet Hollywood, Paris, Bally's, Harrah's, Rio, etc.), and (next to Nobu, which is in Caesar's) the nicest Las Vegas hotel in the chain. Regular rooms are nice, and the staff is super-friendly. The check-in process went smoothly. The check-out process was simple. You can do it in a number of ways.. via the television, phone, in-person, or via internet. Wi-fi and fitness center use are included in the resort fee (as of the date of this review, the resort fee is about $44.95 per night). Shower, faucet, and lavatory worked fine. Water pressure in the shower was great, and the shower head had a comfortable spray pattern.Craps tables have limits as low as $15, with the typical 3/4/5x odds. If you play the "field" bet at-all, this is the Caesar's property to do it. The 12 pays 3x. At most Caesar's properties, both the 2 and 12 only pay 2x, which increases the house edge significantly on a field bet. As a bonus bet, they have "the repeater" bet instead of "all tall/ all small" type bets.All Caesar's properties including Caesar's Palace charge for parking. Platinum or higher level players get free parking (both self and valet). Hotel guests (who are not Platinum level or higher) pay $5 for self-parking and $10 for valet parking. If you are neither a hotel guest nor Platinum or higher, self-parking ranges from $10 to $25 (depending on whether it's the weekend and whether it's off-peak or peak), and valet parking ranges from $10 to $40 (depending on same factors).
Luxury at its best!
Caesars Palace
What can I say? It is Caesars Palace! Our room was so beautiful we didn't want to go out of it. We had a view from our room of the Bellagio Water Show which is wonderful. The hotel is so...More
- jawille2018
What can I say? It is Caesars Palace! Our room was so beautiful we didn't want to go out of it. We had a view from our room of the Bellagio Water Show which is wonderful. The hotel is so conveniently located on the strip to other Caesar Resorts that we were able to visit about 4 of them within walking distance. Love to stay at Caesars Palace while in Vegas.
Meh
Caesars Palace
Check in time is 4PM. We arrived at approximately 1:30pm and stood in line waiting to be assisted at the check in counter for close to 30 minutes, then to be advised that our room was not ready. We...More
- Barbro J
Check in time is 4PM. We arrived at approximately 1:30pm and stood in line waiting to be assisted at the check in counter for close to 30 minutes, then to be advised that our room was not ready. We were asked to provide a cell phone number so we could be advised when room was ready, and were also asked for our cell phone provider (unknown why this was needed). We left our luggage at the Bell Desk and proceeded to walk around the hotel to become familiarized with the different areas. This particular hotel is very large and the direction signs in the hotel were somewhat difficult to find. There are no chairs or benches to sit on in many areas, especially outside the conference rooms. We never did receive a text or call from the Front Desk advising the status of our room, so around 4PM we went back to the Front Desk and were able to check in right away! Our room in the Forum Tower was on the 65th floor, so we did have a rather nice view of the Las Vegas Strip and other hotels as well as mountains in the back ground. The room, however, was nothing extra special. There was a button to push to open and close the drapes, however, one side of the drapes didn’t open. There was a Keurig coffee maker in the room, however, in order to use this machine, one had to purchase a 4 pack of coffee pods at a ridiculous price of $13.00. Had we known this, we would have brought our own coffee pods.The next day, after housekeeping had been in our room, we noticed that there was a bottle of Fiji water on top of the dresser by the other snack items that could be purchased. This bottle was not there when we checked in, so we contacted the virtual assistant via text. We were advised that the only charge from the minibar was $14.05 for coffee. We responded back that we had NOT used any coffee, and would appreciate the charge being removed from our business account. This was done. We checked out via the tv self-check-out in our room, and checked both the business account and the guest account for the spouse that had been set up by the hotel. There were no charges on the guest account. After returning home, however, and reviewing the Folio/bill there was a charge for $8.65 on the guest account! This occurred after we checked out. We ended up having to call the hotel directly to get this charge removed, and it took several days. This charge was for a bottle of water, which we had NOT used!
High Card Flush surprise
Caesars Palace
We are addicted to the High Card Flush game. We will come back to enjoy the nice clean room at their Julius Tower and the very exciting High Card Flush game! We want a non-smoking room and their...More
- lambqueen
We are addicted to the High Card Flush game. We will come back to enjoy the nice clean room at their Julius Tower and the very exciting High Card Flush game! We want a non-smoking room and their room smelled so fresh that we felt very satisfied.
One of the best vegas trips!
Caesars Palace
We stayed in the Julius tower. It was our first time staying there and the room did not disappoint. We did plenty of gambling but there is so much more to do. The have shops and restaurants galore...More
- Happiness17287245000
We stayed in the Julius tower. It was our first time staying there and the room did not disappoint. We did plenty of gambling but there is so much more to do. The have shops and restaurants galore, their is really no reason to leave the Ceasars at all.
Caesars Palace
Tripadvisor rating for this property
One of my favorite hotels
So after Mlife'ing it for awhile, I came back to Caesar's Palace for my most recent stay (I am a Platinum level player with Caesar's). You know, I really like it. It is of course the flagship of...More
Lawmaven_SoCal_Coast
So after Mlife'ing it for awhile, I came back to Caesar's Palace for my most recent stay (I am a Platinum level player with Caesar's). You know, I really like it. It is of course the flagship of Caesar's Entertainment (which includes, e.g., Planet Hollywood, Paris, Bally's, Harrah's, Rio, etc.), and (next to Nobu, which is in Caesar's) the nicest Las Vegas hotel in the chain. Regular rooms are nice, and the staff is super-friendly. The check-in process went smoothly. The check-out process was simple. You can do it in a number of ways.. via the television, phone, in-person, or via internet. Wi-fi and fitness center use are included in the resort fee (as of the date of this review, the resort fee is about $44.95 per night). Shower, faucet, and lavatory worked fine. Water pressure in the shower was great, and the shower head had a comfortable spray pattern.Craps tables have limits as low as $15, with the typical 3/4/5x odds. If you play the "field" bet at-all, this is the Caesar's property to do it. The 12 pays 3x. At most Caesar's properties, both the 2 and 12 only pay 2x, which increases the house edge significantly on a field bet. As a bonus bet, they have "the repeater" bet instead of "all tall/ all small" type bets.All Caesar's properties including Caesar's Palace charge for parking. Platinum or higher level players get free parking (both self and valet). Hotel guests (who are not Platinum level or higher) pay $5 for self-parking and $10 for valet parking. If you are neither a hotel guest nor Platinum or higher, self-parking ranges from $10 to $25 (depending on whether it's the weekend and whether it's off-peak or peak), and valet parking ranges from $10 to $40 (depending on same factors).
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Luxury at its best!
What can I say? It is Caesars Palace! Our room was so beautiful we didn't want to go out of it. We had a view from our room of the Bellagio Water Show which is wonderful. The hotel is so...More
jawille2018
What can I say? It is Caesars Palace! Our room was so beautiful we didn't want to go out of it. We had a view from our room of the Bellagio Water Show which is wonderful. The hotel is so conveniently located on the strip to other Caesar Resorts that we were able to visit about 4 of them within walking distance. Love to stay at Caesars Palace while in Vegas.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Meh
Check in time is 4PM. We arrived at approximately 1:30pm and stood in line waiting to be assisted at the check in counter for close to 30 minutes, then to be advised that our room was not ready. We...More
Barbro J
Check in time is 4PM. We arrived at approximately 1:30pm and stood in line waiting to be assisted at the check in counter for close to 30 minutes, then to be advised that our room was not ready. We were asked to provide a cell phone number so we could be advised when room was ready, and were also asked for our cell phone provider (unknown why this was needed). We left our luggage at the Bell Desk and proceeded to walk around the hotel to become familiarized with the different areas. This particular hotel is very large and the direction signs in the hotel were somewhat difficult to find. There are no chairs or benches to sit on in many areas, especially outside the conference rooms. We never did receive a text or call from the Front Desk advising the status of our room, so around 4PM we went back to the Front Desk and were able to check in right away! Our room in the Forum Tower was on the 65th floor, so we did have a rather nice view of the Las Vegas Strip and other hotels as well as mountains in the back ground. The room, however, was nothing extra special. There was a button to push to open and close the drapes, however, one side of the drapes didn’t open. There was a Keurig coffee maker in the room, however, in order to use this machine, one had to purchase a 4 pack of coffee pods at a ridiculous price of $13.00. Had we known this, we would have brought our own coffee pods.The next day, after housekeeping had been in our room, we noticed that there was a bottle of Fiji water on top of the dresser by the other snack items that could be purchased. This bottle was not there when we checked in, so we contacted the virtual assistant via text. We were advised that the only charge from the minibar was $14.05 for coffee. We responded back that we had NOT used any coffee, and would appreciate the charge being removed from our business account. This was done. We checked out via the tv self-check-out in our room, and checked both the business account and the guest account for the spouse that had been set up by the hotel. There were no charges on the guest account. After returning home, however, and reviewing the Folio/bill there was a charge for $8.65 on the guest account! This occurred after we checked out. We ended up having to call the hotel directly to get this charge removed, and it took several days. This charge was for a bottle of water, which we had NOT used!
Tripadvisor rating for this property
High Card Flush surprise
We are addicted to the High Card Flush game. We will come back to enjoy the nice clean room at their Julius Tower and the very exciting High Card Flush game! We want a non-smoking room and their...More
lambqueen
We are addicted to the High Card Flush game. We will come back to enjoy the nice clean room at their Julius Tower and the very exciting High Card Flush game! We want a non-smoking room and their room smelled so fresh that we felt very satisfied.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
One of the best vegas trips!
We stayed in the Julius tower. It was our first time staying there and the room did not disappoint. We did plenty of gambling but there is so much more to do. The have shops and restaurants galore...More
Happiness17287245000
We stayed in the Julius tower. It was our first time staying there and the room did not disappoint. We did plenty of gambling but there is so much more to do. The have shops and restaurants galore, their is really no reason to leave the Ceasars at all.