Stay at Paris annually and this was by far the worst. With all the rules and regulations for this COVID BS, its funny how dirty the casino floor is, especially on the weekend.. Dirty cups, ash trays full of cigarettes and ashes scattered all on the slot machine panels that you're supposed to touch to play said slot. I literally saw no one cleaning the casino floor yet, so many rules to abide by to "keep everyone safe from COVID." Also, can no longer watch anyone from your party play blackjack or other table games...even if you're 6 feet from the table. Yet, you can crowd around the slots all day with no problems?! Insanely STUPID. If you want to spectate with YOUR OWN GROUP YOU FLEW THERE WITH they literally won't let you. Go to an MGM property or the Cosmo instead. The will let you spectate like normal in Vegas and is much cleaner! Also, nearly all the dealers at Paris are kinda bad. No personality, very mundane and downright look miserable. There are a few good ones...just gotta look for them and hope they are working. Cocktail waitresses at Paris...good luck with that. They come around once every hour at table games if you're lucky...rarely to never see them playing slots. Definitely way better cocktail service at other places. Also, with all the rules for COVID safety and "cleanliness" in place, its funny how I had another guest's leftovers in the fridge in my room when i arrived. Im assuming they probably didn't do much actual cleaning if they aren't even checking the fridge. Oh and the cable in our rooms sucked. Didn't watch much but, the few times we did, it kept cutting in and out...steadily. That was in both rooms. And our friends swore they had no hot water half the trip. Speaking of hot water...The hot tubs are for some reason closed. Its prime hot tub weather in Vegas and they were closed. The sign said "Closed for Private Event" but I walked back there anyway and they were ice cold...no event. Im assuming they'd say something about COVID and safety as the reason the hot tubs were closed and if so, pointless since the pool was packed. Honestly, if the room wasn't comped for almost the whole stay, I'd of been very pissed... although it wasn't really COMPED due to "resort fees" which clearly don't pay for cleanliness, service, cable, hot water or full amenities. Feel like we/you should stay at an MGM property instead of Ceasars. They may have their own issues but, overall just throughout the casinos seemed to be a bit better.