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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 24993 reviews
Caesars Palace
Not high rollers treated fantastically!
Caesars Palace
Had the pleasure of spending two nights at Caesars Palace in order to see a concert there. As soon as we drove up to park our car, the great experience began. Greeted by a very nice Valet, we were...More
- orcotruck59
Had the pleasure of spending two nights at Caesars Palace in order to see a concert there. As soon as we drove up to park our car, the great experience began. Greeted by a very nice Valet, we were taken care of quickly and with a smile. Checking in, we were helped by another nice person, who happened to upgrade our room to an unbelievable suite! The room was nearly as big as our house! Every staff member we encountered was so nice and helpful. The grounds and rooms are well kept and even though my parents used to stay there in the 60’s and 70’s, the place is modern and beautiful with so much to do and see, you will never have to leave. We haven’t been to Las Vegas in about 5 years and have never stayed at Caesars Palace before. When we go back, we are coming back to Caesars Palace!
Absolutely not a luxury hotel
Caesars Palace
The rooms are outdated, the carpets are filthy, the jacuzzi bathtub full of pubic hair and NOT clean, the service mediocre, the hotel itself smells bad. No one at the concierge desk, not sure if...More
- JELZS
The rooms are outdated, the carpets are filthy, the jacuzzi bathtub full of pubic hair and NOT clean, the service mediocre, the hotel itself smells bad. No one at the concierge desk, not sure if there is one... significantly misses the mark in comparison to Venetian and Bellagio, also ‘older’ hotels in Vegas. Don’t call yourself a ‘luxury’ when you can’t even provide bathrobe and slippers to go with jacuzzi bathtub (again, filthy and dirty).
Nice hotel but our room was dirty
Caesars Palace
Decided to stay at Caesars Palace for my WIfe's Birthday. Checkin process was easy and the hotel was very nice. We checked in and went up to our room to get dressed and freshened up after a 7 hour...More
- BrianFletcher000
Decided to stay at Caesars Palace for my WIfe's Birthday. Checkin process was easy and the hotel was very nice. We checked in and went up to our room to get dressed and freshened up after a 7 hour flight. The room had a bad smell, the bed had human hairs all over it including the pillows, the tub had a grime inside of it, the bathroom grout was brown from dirt and grime, the shower was also grimy. The room definitely could use a deep clean. The maids only came once over a 4 day stay to deliver towels. Other than that we had no clean towels to use. Overall, the hotel is very nice but the rooms are filthy.
WAY TO BIG FOR ME
Caesars Palace
This resort is massive. It is like 5 hotels in one. The rooms are very comfortable and the house keeping was prompt. I know all the hotels charge a resort fee but an additional $50 per day plus $40...More
- frank c
This resort is massive. It is like 5 hotels in one. The rooms are very comfortable and the house keeping was prompt. I know all the hotels charge a resort fee but an additional $50 per day plus $40 for early check in for pretty much nothing is a bit much. The food and restaurants are VERY expensive. Coffee and muffin at Pintos was $15.(WOW) Las Vegas will get your money one way or the other. My suggestion is eat anywhere outside of the resorts. Spend a day at Freemont street. Well worth the bus ride.
Nice stay
Caesars Palace
We stayed in the octavius tower and boy was it a hike from the garage. I think nobu maybe closest to self park. Resort fees of $51 per night. Staff super friendly. Room needs minor improvement...More
- keidra01
We stayed in the octavius tower and boy was it a hike from the garage. I think nobu maybe closest to self park. Resort fees of $51 per night. Staff super friendly. Room needs minor improvement. Shower slow to drain. Some paint peeling. Rooms were very spacious and quiet. Location can’t be beat. Also $100 per night deposit and $18 per day parking. Soaking tub was a delight after a long day out.
Caesars Palace
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Not high rollers treated fantastically!
Had the pleasure of spending two nights at Caesars Palace in order to see a concert there. As soon as we drove up to park our car, the great experience began. Greeted by a very nice Valet, we were...More
orcotruck59
Had the pleasure of spending two nights at Caesars Palace in order to see a concert there. As soon as we drove up to park our car, the great experience began. Greeted by a very nice Valet, we were taken care of quickly and with a smile. Checking in, we were helped by another nice person, who happened to upgrade our room to an unbelievable suite! The room was nearly as big as our house! Every staff member we encountered was so nice and helpful. The grounds and rooms are well kept and even though my parents used to stay there in the 60’s and 70’s, the place is modern and beautiful with so much to do and see, you will never have to leave. We haven’t been to Las Vegas in about 5 years and have never stayed at Caesars Palace before. When we go back, we are coming back to Caesars Palace!
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Absolutely not a luxury hotel
The rooms are outdated, the carpets are filthy, the jacuzzi bathtub full of pubic hair and NOT clean, the service mediocre, the hotel itself smells bad. No one at the concierge desk, not sure if...More
JELZS
The rooms are outdated, the carpets are filthy, the jacuzzi bathtub full of pubic hair and NOT clean, the service mediocre, the hotel itself smells bad. No one at the concierge desk, not sure if there is one... significantly misses the mark in comparison to Venetian and Bellagio, also ‘older’ hotels in Vegas. Don’t call yourself a ‘luxury’ when you can’t even provide bathrobe and slippers to go with jacuzzi bathtub (again, filthy and dirty).
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Nice hotel but our room was dirty
Decided to stay at Caesars Palace for my WIfe's Birthday. Checkin process was easy and the hotel was very nice. We checked in and went up to our room to get dressed and freshened up after a 7 hour...More
BrianFletcher000
Decided to stay at Caesars Palace for my WIfe's Birthday. Checkin process was easy and the hotel was very nice. We checked in and went up to our room to get dressed and freshened up after a 7 hour flight. The room had a bad smell, the bed had human hairs all over it including the pillows, the tub had a grime inside of it, the bathroom grout was brown from dirt and grime, the shower was also grimy. The room definitely could use a deep clean. The maids only came once over a 4 day stay to deliver towels. Other than that we had no clean towels to use. Overall, the hotel is very nice but the rooms are filthy.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
WAY TO BIG FOR ME
This resort is massive. It is like 5 hotels in one. The rooms are very comfortable and the house keeping was prompt. I know all the hotels charge a resort fee but an additional $50 per day plus $40...More
frank c
This resort is massive. It is like 5 hotels in one. The rooms are very comfortable and the house keeping was prompt. I know all the hotels charge a resort fee but an additional $50 per day plus $40 for early check in for pretty much nothing is a bit much. The food and restaurants are VERY expensive. Coffee and muffin at Pintos was $15.(WOW) Las Vegas will get your money one way or the other. My suggestion is eat anywhere outside of the resorts. Spend a day at Freemont street. Well worth the bus ride.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Nice stay
We stayed in the octavius tower and boy was it a hike from the garage. I think nobu maybe closest to self park. Resort fees of $51 per night. Staff super friendly. Room needs minor improvement...More
keidra01
We stayed in the octavius tower and boy was it a hike from the garage. I think nobu maybe closest to self park. Resort fees of $51 per night. Staff super friendly. Room needs minor improvement. Shower slow to drain. Some paint peeling. Rooms were very spacious and quiet. Location can’t be beat. Also $100 per night deposit and $18 per day parking. Soaking tub was a delight after a long day out.