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Caesars Forum Tower Executive Suite

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by oghuman, Jun 4, 2012.

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  1. oghuman

    oghuman High-Roller

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    I was about to make a reservation for five nights in the Augustus Tower Deluxe King Room comped when I got an when an offer came up to upgrade to the Forum Tower Executive Suite for $75. I know the tower is older, but are the rooms up to date. Would it be worth it? So now I'm thinking that I might want the room for a meet for about 20 people, would it work?
     
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    if I remember right the Forum Tower Executive Suite are only around 850 sq ft, I think that would be kind of small for 20 people
     
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    It has a nice sized dining table with seating for 6 as well as a decent sized sectional sofa (6-8 people comfortable seating). I think with 20 people, it would work as long as 6 people are standing at any given time - wandering around, looking out the windows, restroom, etc...). Let me know if this link does not work.

    http://picturesccl.shutterfly.com/pictures/52
     
  4. oghuman

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    Very nice pictures. It sure looks like it could hold about twenty with people standing. Just guessing how many cause some may cancel but others may be added. It's for late October.
    I don't recall seeing a dining table in Executive Suite. Could yours have been the Royal Suite?
     
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    It was a comp room upon arrival. They told me it was a Forum Tower Exec. Suite (sorry, I do not recall the room number). It was a very nice room though - the other suggestion that I have is to call them, tell them that you were making a reservation and was given an upgrade option and ask them if it has a dining table, etc... I'm not sure if I would tell them about a 20 person gathering in the room... If we are talking about the same room - I was very pleased with that particular room.
     
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    Room layout:
    http://www.caesarspalace.com/images/non_image_assets/CLV%20Forum%20Tower%20Executive%20Suite%20-%20Room%20Layout.pdf

    A lot of times, suites labeled "Executive" are designed to be be hospitality suites which could accomodate 20-ish people. This floor plan doesn't really look like that. I don't see a dining table, and the description on the web site doesn't mention one. It's more the type of "executive" suite where they just stick a work desk somewhere.

    But maybe they have more than one type of layout pegged to "Executive".
     
  7. oghuman

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    Thanks for the link Chuck, I think that answers the question on the room.
    BTW, no I wouldn't tell them I'd have that many people. I don't think it will work out for us anyway. It looks like we'll have even more than 20 people so I think I just might go for the Augustus Deluxe King comp. We'll worry where to do the meet later.
     
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