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Caesars Palace Palace Tower Deluxe King

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by macfisto, Aug 19, 2012.

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  1. macfisto

    macfisto Low-Roller

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    Hello,

    I currently have a reservation at Caesars for a Palace Tower Deluxe Room. From what I can tell, this is a pretty nice room. Should I try for an upgrade at check-in, and if so, which tower and what type of room should I request? What kind of views are available in the Palace Tower? Are there strip/fountain views, or are the only fountain views in the Augustus Tower? Is the Palace Tower convenient to the strip/casino/pool/spa? Basically, any info would be appreciated as I've never stayed at Caesars.

    Thanks!!
     
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  2. mardaho

    mardaho Low-Roller

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    Palace tower rooms are very very nice IMO
    our room was looking towards the Venetian..nice view
    Our room had a big bath with a jacuzzi tub sep shower and toilet
    also one thing I really liked was the dressing table in the room
    and the bathrobes :licklips:
    When you get off the elevator you are right by the pool entrance.
    Then the hallway heads toward Payards, a gift shop and the casino
    Not a long walk.
    An upgrade to Augustus or Octavius would be worth it. Stayed in Octavius
    Tower and WOW the room was huge and very nice (it was still pretty new)
    there is another entrance to the pool by the elevators and a walkway to the
    casino again..not too far. haven't stayed in Augustus...yet (21 more days)
    though the walk is quicker to the main lobby but further to the casino and pool area.
    Yes these towers are a bit of a hike but I didn't think it was all the bad.
     
  3. macfisto

    macfisto Low-Roller

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    Thanks Mardaho. One more quick question....are there coffee makers in the Palace Tower rooms? I read somewhere that the Augustus and Octavius Towers have Keurig coffee makers, but wasn't sure if this was also the case in the Palace Tower. That cup of coffee right after getting out of bed in the morning is pretty important to me!

    Thanks....
     
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  4. Dejavu

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    Yes the palace tower rooms have the same coffee makers, or at least they did have in May.
     
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