Hotel Review – Caesars Palace

During our quick weekend getaway to Las Vegas last month, my sisters and I stayed at Caesars Palace.

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Caesars Palace is a luxury hotel and casino with over 3,900 hotel rooms. This hotel is an infamous part of Vegas culture and is therefore consistently busy with people, activities, and opportunities for people-watching.

Location – The hotel is centrally located on the Vegas Strip, and depending on traffic, is usually a 10-15 minute drive to the airport. The hotel is near the Cromwell, Linq, Bellagio, and the Venetian.

Customer Service – The service at the hotel is exceptional. Vegas is known for high-end hospitality, and the service at Caesars is on par with this.  We never wanted for anything and everyone seemed to be on a mission to make our stay “perfect.”

Accommodations – We stayed in the hotel’s Julius Tower, in an Executive Suite.

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Our large room had a very comfortable king bed, a couch and ottoman, a small dining table with  chairs and a bench, a desk and chair, and a small bar area.

bedroom

The over-sized master bathroom had an over-sized shower, water closet and double vanities. There was also ample closet space for our luggage, coats, carry-on bags, etc. Our room also came with a half-bath – a great amenity when you have multiple guests staying in the same room.

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Amenities – The hotel offers far more amenities than we used during our very short stay. The hotel offers many lounging areas, shops for souvenirs and high-end luxury items, casual and high-end restaurants, pools, multiple bars, gaming, a fitness center, a spa and lots, lots more. The hotel also put a complimentary roll-away bed on our room – just to make sure everyone had great sleeping options.

Member Recognition – There is a recognition program for the hotel that is linked to the hotel’s gaming functions. Although we are “members” who are very low on the totem pole, we managed to score a fantastic upgrade.

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