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Coffee pot - Caesar's Palace rooms

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by haswhit, Dec 8, 2012.

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  1. haswhit

    haswhit Low-Roller

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    Does anyone know if there are coffee pots in the Caesar's Palace rooms? We are booked for a Forum room but are looking to upgrade to Augustus tower if available. Seems like I read something somewhere about a charge to use them if they are in your room. Is it a one time fee or each day?
     
  2. leo21

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    I don't know about the Forum Tower but in the Palace, Augustus and Octavius Towers there are personal size Keurigs. The actual coffee is extra.
     
  3. Loonar

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    Just checked out of Augustus.....no charge to use the coffee maker but the coffee itself is $12 for 4 pods. There is a sign beside the coffee maker that says the paper cups will only be replenished if you are purchasing their coffee.
     
  4. haswhit

    haswhit Low-Roller

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    So we could pack some of the Keurig K cups and then a couple reusable cups and still be able to use their coffee pot?
     
  5. jukie

    jukie Low-Roller

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    Will be staying at CP next year and never heard of Keurig, and have never used any of thse new fangled coffee makers,I would like to use it without the CP cost.

    Guess Walmart will have the coffee rqd but can anyone tell me if the milk is included or is the coffee black...I only drink black coffee
     
  6. leo21

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    There are lots of varieties of KCups (what you need for this type of coffeemaker). Most of the coffees will be regular black coffee but will just be different blends and beans. The machine will also take pods for cappuccino, cocoa and tea. If you like Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks, they are offering their own Kcups now, too.
     
  7. oghuman

    oghuman High-Roller

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    Yes,
    I stayed the Augustus Tower at CP in November. I brought my own K-Cups and a few disposable coffee cups. I got some milk from ABC store at PH and was all set for my first cup of coffee each morning.
     
  8. Mitkraft

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    I can confirm that both the Forum and Augustus towers have the Keurig Makers. They can also be used for hot water if you want to make tea or Starbucks Via coffee.

    And one cup of Bailey's and Coffee while gambling will usually get you a coffee mug to use the rest of your stay..lol. Although sometimes they bring it in a disposable cup. I would actually rinse the disposables out and re-use them. I like the disposables because I can take them with me if I'm not done drinking my coffee when we are ready to leave the room and toss them when I'm done. I've also bought a pack of the starbucks type disposable cups and lids at my local walgreens and brought them along before.
     
  9. jukie

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    thanks for all the info guys
     
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