Prices are in New Zealand Dollars.
A tribute to the opulence of Rome, the iconic Caesars Palace - Resort & Casino offers an empire of restaurants, nightlife, gaming, relaxation, and entertainment in the center of the Las Vegas Strip.
Beautiful and fabulous casinoPros: Beautiful and fabulous casino was luxurious and over-the-top with marble and statues and the pools were awesome. I will absolutely return again.
Great placePros: How clean and fancy everything was Cons: That I only stayed one night
Cons: The tv in our room did not work and nobody came to fix it.
Pros: Easy for me to charge my cell phone, IpadCons: I do not think, the room is vacuumed on the daily basis as I happened to see thing laying on the floor.
Room Coffee is not free of charge, correct?
My next trip to Las Vagas to see Mary and Dony show will be unlikely Ceasar, but I might change my mind.
Huge new room Pros: The room was in the Palace tower was nee and huge. The befeas luxurious and the bathroom was top of the line.Cons: Everything is expensive, 2 toothbrushes and toothpaste was $25.
hidden chargesPros: The event, "Reba and Brooks and Dunn"Cons: Charges for everything. No microwave or refrigerator in the room. No complimentary coffee in the room. Added charges for phone and wifi use.
Great time!Pros: Spring for the Petite Suite, well worth it!
Pros: Loved our room asst
Let downPros: Shopping, food and location.Cons: For the money I spent, I could have stayed at a much nicer hotel with a view of something besides a rooftop and the backside of another Caesars tower. It was a very disappointing room. I'll go back to The Cosmopolitan or The Bellagio next time.
Pros: Everything you want from a hotel.Cons: There was no mention of the $12 per day parking fee. That changes the number of cars I bring if I knew that.
Cons: Noisy neighbors
Rip OffPros: Nice clean roomsCons: Charges for internet, resort fee, etc. They just try to squeeze every penny out of you. I don't mind paying for things but I hate getting ripped off.