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Best way to get in/out of Caesars casino?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by LV_Bound, Jun 13, 2012.

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  1. LV_Bound

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    We rarely go to Caesars, but when we do for some reason we have a hard time finding the entrance and even a harder time finding the exit.
    We inevitably end up by the pool and having to back track or once outside having to cut through bushes and such to get back to the street.

    We will be stay on CET property this trip and plan to hit up Caesars for food and gambling among other CET property.

    What is the best way to get in/out of Caesars casino?
     
  2. MMacys1

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    I seem to have the same problem finding my way in there.
     
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    I'm glad it's not just me. It's especially hard to get out of.
     
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    I have the same problem, I thought I was the only one having to leave breadcrumbs to find my way out. We get comped at all CET properties including Caesars, and have yet to stay there for that reason.
    I usually end have having to go thru the Forum Shops to the casino and then backtrack to leave.
     
  5. Countessa

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    The front entrance works best for me. Just look for the sunken table pit and you know you are in the correct area. Follow the signs to the main lobby and the walkway to the strip is out those doors.
     
  6. UKFanatic

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    Depends on where you are coming from. But the easiest way is to enter right off the Strip where the hotel checkin/lobby is at. If you're facing checkin, just go to the right and you are in the casino. If you get stuck in the back of the casino (near the Forum Shops or the Colosseum), just head toward the sportsbook (can't miss the giant TV screens). From there, walk past the Pussycat Dolls gaming area (just look for the stripper poles) and there is a set of doors that will put you back on the Strip
     
  7. LV_Bound

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    Thanks.
    Glad to know its not just me.
    Definitely will take this info on the next trip.
     
  8. TRN

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    It's not far from the payphone bank.
     
  9. Alasted

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    IMO, best way is through the Forum Shops. But that's probably because I love shopping.
     
  10. sarah9nascar

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    It's me too. I've always called that place Nightmare on Elm Street because I get in but can't ever get out until I start crying and someone helps me. :beer:
     
  11. nostresshere

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    There is no good way. But, the least offensive is based on where you are heading. Taking the best way for Bellagio will suck if you are going to Flamingo.
     
  12. LolaDoggie

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    http://www.vegascasinoinfo.com/casino-property-maps.php

    I can't answer your question but, I have a piece of advice; If you ask the bartender for directions while you're ordering drinks which you consume on your way out...you'll end up at another bar asking the bartender for directions while you're ordering drinks...you'll end up back at the first bartender asking for directions while ordering drinks :drunk: (I'm not saying that's ever happened to me.)
     
  13. Tammy58

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    I have always gotten lost in there. I would go in through the Forum but never could find my way out. Now I look for signs for the registration desk and exit through the valet. All these years and I still get lost in there. We have started to avoid the place because of it.
     
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    Not picking on this poster, but this answer would be terrible if the person is headed to Bellagio, or Paris. The best way out really can vary. None of which are good.
     
  15. mardaho

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    We always got lost in Ceasars and couldn't find our way out UNTIL we stayed there..now we wonder what all the fuss is about. LOL near the munchbar (stripper poles) there is an exit that gets you out near the Flamingo. If you're are heading towards the Bellagio exit by the registration is your best bet. There are quite a few steps this way but it's a nice walk you end up out by Serendipity and there is an outside bar in that area too. At one time we found an escalator by the sports book but I believe that only takes you into the casino (those dirty b*s@#$ds) :poke:
    If you go out the main entrance(the one where the cabs pick up and drop off) you have to go one way or the other and end up in the same place as previous exits.
    Our route usually started at the Forum Shops so once you go through the Forum Casino take a left towards the sports book and if you walk along that edge that is where all the exits are. Just before you make the turn to the sports book there is a set of stairs that takes you down to restrooms. We must have went there for ten years before we even saw the sign for these DUH :drunk:
    Go right(or straight) from the Forum Casino into one of the hallways and you will end up in the palace casino or the pool area. Then you will be lost :ssst:
     
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    OMG it's ridiculous! I remember once years ago, we literally got lost in the Forum shops haha (before the extension was built)

    I just cut through the casino... hang a right, i think it's by Mesa grill, go down where the Nobu stuff, and the Cleopatra barge is, then go through the lobby, and go out to where Serendipity is.

    I haven't stayed there, but I would probably just drive somewhere else if I was visiting anything on the strip (except maybe like Flamingo or Harrah's). Caesars property is so large, it's easier to just drive out of there, then to walk to the strip. (But, then again lets not talk about their parking structure ridiculousness)
     
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    Been going to Vegas almost every year since '96 and we still get turned around trying to get out of there. Happens at least once every trip.
     
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    That was funny. Good job! :thumbsup:
     
  20. oghuman

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    Two years ago we went to Rao’s for dinner. Before dinner we went to the bar and I wanted to pay using my rewards card. The bartender tells me I have insufficient funds for the bar bill. I knew I had at least $1500 in my rewards account. So I went to the Total rewards window to verify my balance because I wanted to pay for dinner. I took a wrong turn and it took me over 10 minutes to find it. I got them to verify my account and yes it’s what I thought. Now I have to find Rao’s again. As I walked away from the TR Center I could see RAO'S; it’s about 50 feet from the Rewards Center.
    Caesars should give the each path a street name and Points of interest and add it to Google map or GPS.
     
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