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Car Rental Center to Caesars Palace

Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by domeboy, Jan 13, 2013.

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  1. domeboy

    domeboy VIP Whale

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    I ALWAYS self-park, but I am staying in the Augustus Tower at CP, and the self-park seems far, far away so I guess I will use valet and use the South Entrance to the Augustus Tower.

    If I take the I-15 from the Car Rental Center, can I get off on Flamingo and make a left into the Valet area at CP? Is everything straight-forward with signage and everything to get to Valet? Do most people just tip $2 when you pick the car up?

    I know these are basic questions, but I am sure someone can help me out here.

    Thanks
     
  2. smartone

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    Yes, you can make a left turn off of Flamingo into that area. It's certainly quicker to use I-15 to get there, but I always drive the strip. I'm there once or twice a month and I still love to just "see what's goin' on". My wife calls me a "swivel-head"! I'm sure others will disagree, but to me the $2 valet tip is sooo 1990's... I do $5.
     
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    It's no problem getting in there. There is even a stoplight at the entrance. I treat it like any other valet.
     
  4. domeboy

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    Thanks.....Just never valeted a car in Vegas.....Does my Diamond Card give me any preference?

    I am definitely looking forward to my trip later this week, and I will up my tip to $5 if that is the norm these days. I am not a huge tipper, but I dont want to stiff anyone either.
     
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