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Caesar's tower suggestions

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by 75VWnut, Dec 9, 2012.

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  1. 75VWnut

    75VWnut Low-Roller

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    Next June, my family is taking my mom (whom is 85 years young) to Vegas and she wants to stay at Caesar's.

    Which tower would be better for someone that doesn't need to be hiking a great distance to get from their room to the casino or valet parking?

    We plan on renting a car, so if we want to go to another casino, we can pick up the passengers at an exit that is closer to the towers elevator instead of valet.

    I'm looking at the Forumn towers because of the exit that is located between the Coliseum and the Forumn shops (where the tour buses park).

    What does everyone think?
     
  2. leo21

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    Forum is great if you are planning on doing the parking garage. But I think Augustus would be better as it's a short walk to the dedicated valet area for that tower. It's also closest to registration.
     
  3. klawrey

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    Have to agree with Leo, if you are in Augustus it is closest to its dedicated valet. Roman and Octavius are both close to that valet as well but I would probably avoid Roman as the rooms are not that nice. Augustus is probably the best bet for valet.
     
  4. smartone

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    I think the choice of property is suspect for anyone who isn't a "walker"... I hosted a conference at Caesar's 5 or 6 years ago and a huge percentage of our group complained on their evaluation forms about the venue and the number of steps it took. Our group was mostly 45-60 year olds and honestly most of them act like they're 70-80 year olds and they like to complain about a lot of things... but they hated the walking at Caesar's.
     
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