Had an amazing weekend stay and would definitely consider more future staycations here. The pools are what definitely make this place and it’s worth it to get a cabana. Being a party of 14, we got both a large cabana and a daybed, which the staff assigned appropriately close to each other without having to be said. Despite being all adults, we booked a cabana in the all ages section since it’s harder to get an unreserved spot in that area.. there were more places to sit unreserved in the adults only side when we decided to wander over. Our server was super attentive and checked in on us often. The all ages side has the lazy river with waterfalls while the adult side has the large main pool, swim up bar, and two hot tubs, one with waterfall. Bring your own floaties. I remember when I went years ago they had floaties for use, but maybe not anymore because of covid? Regardless, definitely make a quick stop to Walmart for some $5 floaties instead of paying $40 at the dive shop here. We stayed in the Resort Tower Suite Dreams room with 1 King bed and 2 Queen beds. It’s perfect for families with its large living room and balcony areas, but maybe not so much for groups of couples? The master bedroom is amazing with large bathroom and jacuzzi tub and shower, but that’s the only shower. The second toilet for the other bedroom and living room is literally just a toilet in a tiny closet. The balcony has a great view overlooking the pool area and mountains. I assume all the rooms of this room type have the same view since my family and I booked 2 of this room type and we couldn’t get them on the same floor, one room was directly above the other. My only reason for not giving this place 5 stars is they barely acknowledge having Caesar’s Diamond status at all. We got 10% discount for the food and drinks purchased at the pool, but no discount on the cabana booking. The Diamond Lounge is closed so that’s a lost perk for sure. At the bare minimum there’s supposed to be no resort fees and a separate line for check in, but there aren’t resort fees for anyone right now and there wasn’t a separate line for check in. I forgot to take a picture of the sign, but there was even a sign at check in that said there was no separate Diamond line due to “social distancing.” Wouldn’t it be more distanced if there were separate lines? Anyway, while that’s fine for the majority who go here, it’s something to consider for any Caesars Rewards member.