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Parking At Caesars

Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by vegas4pools, Feb 9, 2016.

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  1. vegas4pools

    vegas4pools Low-Roller

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    This will be our first stay at Caesar's late summer. We have called Ballys our home for the last eight stays and we've mastered the self parking there. Any trip tips for swift self parking and check in at Caesar's? We have a Palace room booked, and I believe the parking garage is next to that tower. We're looking for the easiest access from I15 NB.
     
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    The parking garage is NOT next to Palace Tower. It's near the Forum Tower. Valet is more convenient to Palace Tower and the front desk and I would advise using it for check in. Otherwise you would have to carry your luggage from the opposite side of the hotel to the front desk and then have to take your luggage all the way to the back where Palace is located. There is a back hallway that connects the Palace Tower side to the Forum side. If you end up using the parking garage, that would be the best route to access it. You will take the same entrance from LVB to get to either valet or the garage.
     
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    vegas4pools Low-Roller

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    Oh wow I thought the parking garage and access to the Palace Tower were in the same spot, near or behind some shops. We usually have two pieces of luggage and then a cooler and some cases of beer we usually haul from the Paris garage to the either two Ballys towers. I was hoping this time to check in and then return to the car to retrieve the luggage and take them right to the Palace elevators. Hmmm...
     
  4. Fligster

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    You can also get in/out of self parking from the back (frank Sinatra drive)
     
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    vegas4pools Low-Roller

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    This is good to know, that's right from the 15 right? What level parking is the hotel casino on? We like to park on the same level and avoid elevators to get to hotel entrance level.
     
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    It's not convenient from 15. I used it when going to and coming from places like rolling smoke, Krispy Kreme where I wasn't using 15.
     
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    Why not just use Valet ? Valet is right up front, plenty of bellman there to assist you.
     
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    makuk Low-Roller

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    You may struggle with valet as 99% of the time it is closed to Diamond or 7 stars guests only.
     
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    Waiting to get in. Waiting to get your car.

    Two big reasons.

    Oh, and the tip(s).
     
  10. vegas4pools

    vegas4pools Low-Roller

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    I'm kinda particular about my car. Good to know where I left it. Just incase if the zombie apocalypse. Oh. And tips. I'll save my bucks thanks.
     
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    I thought Sinatra was almost like a service road running along the 15??? I think we've exited there before and accesses Luxor that route. Can't do the same for Caesar's garage and avoid LVB?
     
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    You would probably need to get on Sinatra at the start from Russell and drive a way down to Caesars, which is still going to be quicker than lvb but I don't think there is a 15 exit near Caesars to get on Sinatra.
     
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    If I need to drive up the strip I usually take Sinatra. It's definitely getting busier but I have yet to see it as busy as the 15 or LVB.
     
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    I think there is a exit for Sinatra on the 15 but it's closer to south strip. When are you coming in? During the day, it's not that hard to take Flamingo to LVB and then make a left into CP. It the weekend nights when it becomes a bitch. Valet will close to Diamonds and 7Stars but they usually will still take hotel guests. Again, I am suggesting that you valet for check in and maybe check out. I've lugged luggage from the garage to the front desk and then to Palace Tower. You don't want to do it too!
     
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    Another option is to drop off the bags with the bellmen at same location as valet then self park. Call from the room for bellmen to deliver bags.
     
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