She tapped for a while then said I’m going to give you something nice for your birthday, a suite! Yes!! She said it was a one bedroom suite at 1000 sq ft. Then she said it was in the Forum Tower and I felt a bit disappointed as I thought that was the old horrible rooms. Then I remembered that was the Roman Tower.
We were allocated Room 6806 in the Forum Tower. There was a large cloakroom on the left as you entered the room. Then there was a large round dining table with 6 chairs and a huge chandelier above. An L shaped sofa which would seat 5-6 and a chaise longe. There was a coffee table and a sideboard which housed the mini bar and 2 huge plants. There were 2 large windows which faced north and the Colosseum was right outside the window and we could see the Mirage volcano and right up the strip.
The bedroom had a king sized bed with pillow top mattress, a sofa, a love seat, a huge mirror and another large window facing north. Outside the bedroom was a small hall with a chest of drawers. To the right was a massive dressing room with hanging rails, robes, safe, iron and ironing board. To the left was a massive bathroom with twin sinks with TV set into the wall, huge Jacuzzi bath, toilet in a separate room and a separate shower with 4 shower heads.
Internet access was $14.99 / 24 hours and was wired, no wifi in the room. Fortunately I had my own Ethernet cable as there wasn’t one supplied.
the staff at ceasars try to do everything right, from the cleaners to the casino floor staff. I could not find fault in them.
We did not bother with any entertainment but there was loads on offer and probably something for everyone.
situated bang in the middle of the strip making easy access to other hotels and it has its own shopping centre if you can afford to shop in them.
well worth a visit, probably not the best hotel on the strip as the newer ones always try to beat the older hotels but still an impressive pad.
Travel operator: BA
We had got a great deal but was put in Roman Tower and we had always stayed at Palace Tower so tried the $50 trick (2 rooms) but it seemed we had chosen one of the busiest times of the year and wouldn't work so we opted for the $80 per night upgrade and enjoyed our Palace Tower room.
Service in the casino from the waitresses is excellent and the drinks are genuine and very strong and kept us going all through the wee hours while we were winning at the slots.
Never played the table games as minimum was $15 so went to Oshea's to play those and also to sit at the bar and play video poker.
We won a few times in Caesars as in the odd $2-300 on slots and the last night the wife ended up $900 clear and the previous night I hit the $1 video poker while waiting for her to get off the slots for $2,000 with 4 aces and a 3 kicker.
I picked the money up the next day and in Caesars they filled in tax forms for me as a gesture and I never had or will have to in future pay the 30% tax.
All in all another excellent stay at this hotel and as we can only make Vegas once a year at this time due to other commitments we will be booking here again but for the full trip next time.
Travel operator: DIY
We had booked a special rate of $180.00 a night, with an offer code from Fat Wallet, which included an upgrade to Palace Tower Room, all three rooms had Jacuzzi baths. Special requests were made to Ceasars Palace and not all were fulfilled.
Our room was located on Floor 21 (Rm 2142), which gave us a pool view, and also views of the fountains at the Bellagio. The other two rooms were on floor 9, and located closely together. All rooms were Non-smoking.
Check in was about 30 mins, please note that this can be done at the airport where they can also arrange transfers via there mini bus (this service is chargeable)
We chose to jump in cabs.
Rooms were all clean, with maid service daily, along with turn down service in the evening.
We ate at Caf
Travel operator: Virgin Atlantic, DIY Holiday
Travel operator: Booked Direct
Room and whole hotel was very clean including pubic toilets.
The location is perfect in mid-strip so easy to access variety of other hotels.
Board is room only but plenty of variety of food from buffet to top class chef restaurants.
Travel operator: Booked Direct with Hotel
We eat in the hotel a few nights. The steak house was the best.
The location of the hotel was great as we were right in the middle of the strip.
The staff were good and always offered drinks, the guys at the tables in the casino were funny and had good banter.
We went to see Celine Dion she performed in the hotel, she was amazing.
The best part of the hotel was a shopoholic's dream. The hotel had the Forum shops attached to it, thought i died and gone to heaven.
Previously stayed at the Luxor which was really good too.
Travel operator: Barhead travel
Caesars Palace is slap bang in the middle of the strip which is over 4 miles long so it doesn't do to be at the wrong end away from the attractions you wish to visit, especially in May as the weather is over 100 degrees every day! There are loads of lifts to rooms and you are given a detailed description of how to get there on arrival and quickly find your way around.
The Shopping mall is wonderful! There is a Planet Hollywood and a wonderful Nike store (although there is an Nike store at the outlet mall which is zillions cheaper for stuff that is not that old!) A great GAP and Victoria's secrets. Also Abercrombie and Fitch and Lacoste. Loads more to mention but will stop there! Obviously when the dollar is weak against the pound you can get untold bargains!
The casino area is HUGE and there is every conceivable game imaginable! A word of warning though is not to get very very drunk and play wheel of fortune... Woke up very hungover and penniless!!!!! (Enough said).
The place is spotless and has a great atmosphere which I could only find in a couple of other themed hotels. Bellagio is a little bit upmarket for a commoner like me and their gaming minimums are a lot more than CP. Although, that said, Bellagio is well worth visiting outside and in as they have good free entertainment - such as the dancing fountains and the blown glass ceiling in the lobby.
I am going back next May and although we are staying in the Monte Carlo due to an exceptional deal, I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel to EVERYONE!
Travel operator: Expedia
When we arrived we were upgraded to a Palace tower suite and the room was excellent.
The location of the hotel is superb and the staff could not do enough for you.
We went in numerous other hotels during our stay and for us, Caesars palace was by far the best. When we return to Las Vegas, we will be definitely booking this hotel again.
There are restaurants that are very pricey in the hotel, but on the other hand, there are much cheaper ones also.
Travel operator: BOOKED DIRECT
Travel operator: I Booked Direct (On-line)
Ask a Question
Got a question? Ask our community of over 1.5 million users.
Book Your Stay
Looking to stay here? You can check the accommodation availability and get the best prices using the links below: