Just returned back from 4 days at Caesars. We normally stay at Paris but my husband talked me into Caesars. Because we have been to Vegas many times, I decided to give it a try. All in all, no major complaints. We had a nice time with a beautiful room in the Augustus Tower. The gambling was great and even hit a royal on video poker. The bar that is located by the lobby that has video poker was the greatest with outstanding bar tenders. The walk to the strip is not something I liked so if anyone out there is coming to Vegas for the first time I would stay somewhere center strip. Makes it more fun. The bad: With still loving Vegas, there were a few disappointments. I have been a Harrah's Platinum card holder for nearly 10 years. We always have comped rooms which we did this time also. It was a little disappointment to see they charged us the $28.00 resort fee. Is this something new with comped rooms? Also disappointing to have to buy the coffee for the coffee maker from the mini bar - $12.00 for 4. I am not cheap, but if they are going to give you the coffee maker they should supply the coffee. They do this at all hotels. Even motels I believe. Had to pay $20.00/night to get a refrigerator for the room. We have always done this and never were charged before. The food was for the most part fabulous. However, we were overcharged at Nobu when we ordered a recommended sushi and then they charged us $80.00 for it (was 5 bites of sushi). The most disappointment of the trip was Mesa Grille. We waited one hour for an appetizer and then longer for our dinner. When they brought out the dinner it was wrong. We were ready to leave at that point and the manager didn't want to work with us on the bill. We will never return to Mesa Grille. So, even though it was worth the expense of everything, we had a great time as we always do in Vegas. I do believe next time I will not choose Caesars but will stay closer on the strip. I just love the feeling of Paris and all it has to offer.