First off let me say that this is the very first negative review about a Caesars property that I can remember every posting. However I felt it was an injustice to other potential guest if I did not write this review. My wife and I have stayed here several times and its always been clean, always a courteous staff, and always enjoyable. So upon reading everyone's reviews prior to coming I was curious, but didn't buy into them because we have always experienced a positive, enjoyable stay. NOT THIS TIME!! Anybody and I mean anyone who is like I am and is at least somewhat Covid-19 curious needs to seriously reconsider before booking here. You all need to read this FULL REVIEW despite being long before you make any decisions. Being that we have been so cooped up for the last 5 months due to Covid-19 my wife and I decided to load up on hand sanitizer and take a drive to Vegas this last weekend. One we knew we would have to be more careful than normal, but after reading a lot of the post that the Caesars properties post about how they are taking Covid so serious we had no hesitations trusting we would be safe. We could not have been anymore wrong!! They fool you right from check in, they have someone making sure you have mask on (Which made us feel comfortable), they make you stand 6 feet apart (AWESOME) and they sanitize the desk before you approach when checking in. Only problem is...................ALL COVID SAFETY PRECAUTIONS END THERE!!!!!!The rest of the trip felt more like we were trying to hide out and survive from a war zone rather than having fun. I am going to list the multiple issues I saw and experienced and please make sure to see the pictures of the pool area. We were going to go to the pool but NO WAY!! I wouldn't have hung out at that pool without a tetanus shot and a asbestos suit to keep away from the germs. ***The elevators on the floor have 6ft apart signs. Only problem is no matter where you stand in those small elevators there is NOT a 6ft distance from anyone. In fact 4 ft. is the max and that is if everyone in the elevator is pinned up against the wall (which obviously does NOT happen). We measured and and most areas inside the elevator are within 3 ft. So I ask Caesars management.....Why the 6ft. signs? ***YES they have mask stations and hand sanitizing stations all over. But because people are slobs the mask were for the most part hanging down from the stand, crunched up which means someone else grabbed one and put their gritty hands on the next mask to push it back in. Some of the hand sanitizers dispense themselves (PERFECT) but most you have to put one hand on the stand so it doesn't tip over and the other hand to push the button so it falls into your hands. Well that is all fine and dandy but that means thousands of other hands have done the same. So I ask Caesars management..........Do you really think that prevents Covid that way?Bathrooms throughout - Absolutely disgusting, toilet paper and trash everywhere, napkins crumbled up on the counters, just disgusting. So I ask Caesars management.....You cannot keep enough staff to handle the bathrooms? At a $37 a night "resort fee" this shouldn't be an issue. Restaurants - I will post about these restaurants in individual reviews, but lets just say if you are coming to Vegas book the places you want to eat at least 2 days ahead of time. Caesars sites tell you the restaurants are open, but what they do NOT tell you is almost all of them are not open until 5PM. And since half the restaurants are closed guess what that means for people looking to eat? It means its a mad house for everyone to eat at the same few restaurants that are open. Something none of the Caesars sites do not tell you. Finding a place to eat all weekend was a royal pain in the you know what. The Pool area- They claim that they only allow a certain amount of people in (which I am sure is true) but for one they of course make sure their Seven Star and Diamond cash cows get taken care of first. We are Platinum and we did not get an invite until well past noon which was fine because when we saw the view from the hotel window and the complete lack of social distancing going on we passed when our opportunity came. Absolute total lack of social distancing (I will let the pictures do the talking) and not just the lack of social distancing but the quality of people that were in the pool was the lowest I have ever seen it. The Sportsbook - A complete abomination!! Had one guy working the Paris sportsbook and 2 working the Caesars sportsbook. Yet there was a line 45 minutes long to place a bet and all those people were literally neck to neck with each other and some with no mask. Completely packed rooms with absolutely no social distancing in site. Staff - Front staff very friendly and very curious. I tip them $20 every time I go and did this time as well. No issues there, but the rest of the place was sub par. ADDITIONAL POINT:I am just curious how a place so big could have such a lack of consideration for this pandemic going around. I mean am I totally paranoid and living in a bomb shelter NO, but I am obviously intelligent enough to know there is something we have never seen going on out there. Problem is not everyone is smart enough to see that and think that way. So in my opinion (and many others from the people we talked to) it is the Casino's job to make sure to mandate things and make sure they are happening. I found it completely hypocritical for a security guard to feel the need to come over to my wife and I and bicker at us the 30 seconds we had our mask away from our face to take a few sips of our drinks while we were tucked away in the corner of the room not even within 15ft of anyone else, yet anywhere else you walk in the casino you saw some people with mask, some without congregating in bunches without a care in the world. Clearly the one last thing I want to make sure EVERYONE is aware of is along with this pandemic has come cheaper prices for hotel rooms in attempts to get more business. Which is fine and dandy, but please make sure you keep in mind along with cheaper prices brings a much lower quality class of people. I wont get into details but WOW we were amazed that out of the dozens of times we have stayed here how atrocious the class of people was. I mean I must have watched at least 4 people toss their mask into a trash bin, miss the bin, watch it hit the floor, and just keep on walking like they were at their house. The sad part of the trip is that we felt safer walking the street (because that wasn't as busy), and also hiding in our hotel room than we did being anywhere in the casino. It was just that nasty.So for those of you that think this virus is a hoax and that you are one of those people who will never catch it...…..Book without hesitation to any Caesars property and roll the dice (after all it is Vegas). Have yourself a ball. However, for those who are at least somewhat cautious or very cautious about the Coronavirus you best think long and hard and let this review sink in prior to staying. Because it was evident after check in for us that all these Caesar's properties care about is getting your money out of your pocket and into theirs. Its almost like they figure by the time you start showing symptoms you will be long gone from Vegas and not their problem. Shame on Paris and shame on Caesars properties for having such a blatant disregard to peoples health. Now my wife and I get to hang around at home for the next 14 days to see if we contracted something. We were as safe as humanly possible washing our hands 200 times, wearing mask, staying away from everyone. But I can just imagine how much Covid-19 bacteria was crawling around this place. At the end of the day TOTALLY OUR FAULT and my bad judgement. I really just assumed the Casino was going to practice much better health standards than they did.