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Caesars Palace - Keurig?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by alugjk, Mar 21, 2016.

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  1. alugjk

    alugjk Tourist

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    I apologize if this is a dumb question but I am going to be staying at Caesars Palace beginning on Sunday and am wondering if a Keurig coffee maker is still provided in all rooms.

    I read on another website that the Augustus, Forum, Palace and Julius Tower rooms have them - but not the Octavius? Is that correct?

    I am a HUGE coffee drinker and it would save me a fair amount of money if I could just drink K cups each morning. I am not sure yet which Tower I am going to end up in, which is why I ask.

    Thanks in advance!

    -George
     
  2. meliphilus

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    I often stay in Augustus and Octavius towers. Both towers have Keurigs.
     
  3. alugjk

    alugjk Tourist

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    Cool, thanks!

    -George
     
  4. rayzor58

    rayzor58 Newbie

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    Last time I had a room based Keurig it cost me over $5.00. I did not read the tiny sign next to the pot till after I had it.
     
  5. alugjk

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    I'm bringing my own K-cups! :beer:

    -George
     
  6. rcc4au

    rcc4au Low-Roller

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    We stayed in the Palace Tower and while there was a machine, there were no k-cups in the room. Great idea to bring your own cups! I seeany people that bring along a whole brewer. I'm not that hard up for coffee in the mornings, but I'm getting there.
     
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