I am working on a complete trip report, but while it was fresh in my mind I wanted to let you know about the fantastic service we received at Caesars Palace last week. My wife and I had three nights comped at the Quad, Sunday, 4/6, Monday 4/7 and Tuesday, 4/8. Then we moved to Caesars Palace where our last 2 nights were comped. Since we were going to just walk across the street to Caesars, and I had the luggage, I did not want to wait until the strip got too crowded, so we checked out of the Quad around 10am. But since check in at Caesars was not until 4pm, I figured we would stash our bags with the Bellman for a few hours until we could get into our room. But the check in lines did not seem too bad, so I suggested to my wife that we try and check in, and even if we couldn’t have the room right now, maybe they would check us in and all we would have to do later was pick up the key. When it was our turn, I told the lady at the counter that we had just checked out of the Quad and now we were homeless. I asked if there was any chance that a room was available? She said she would check, and after a minute she said that she found us a room, because, after all, she didn’t want us to be homeless. We had booked a two night complimentary stay in a Forum Tower room, but when she gave us the room key it said Palace Tower. Now, all I knew about Caesars Palace was that the Forum Tower was better than the Roman tower, so I had my mind set on the Forum Tower. I told the nice lady that I was looking forward to a room in the Forum Tower. She laughed and said that she upgraded us to the Palace Tower, but if we really wanted the Forum Tower, she would make the change. I wised up real quick and said no thank you; the Palace Tower would be fine. She told us that we had a very nice room overlooking the pool, and them she added, “We are waiving the early check in fee.” My wife and I thanked her repeatedly and went up to the nicest room we ever had in Las Vegas. I have sent an email to Caesars letting them know about our fantastic experience, but I wanted to share it here as well. I realize this may never happen again, but this one positive experience has made me a fan of Caesars Palace and I appreciate the extra steps that were taken to make sure my wife and I had an enjoyable stay. By the way, if you are going to stay at the Quad and Caesars Palace during the same trip, do the Quad first. If we would have gotten that awesome room at Caesars Palace and then had to drag the luggage across the street to the Quad, that would have been very disappointing.