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Caesars Palace room question

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by rollthembones, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. rollthembones

    rollthembones Tourist

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    Hello all,

    Heading to Caesars Palace later this month and have a room question. I have a Palace Premium (2 queen) right now - but wondering what room to upgrade to that will have space to entertain? Anything with a separate sitting area or at least a couch. We are having some friends stop by and would love to chill and drink in the room for a bit.

    Thanks for any suggestions...
     
  2. grosx2

    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    The Palace Premium is actually an upgrade over the base Palace room, as there is a sitting area with an L-shaped sofa and coffee table (at least there is in the king room, not sure about 2 queens).

    Standard rooms in Augustus also have a sitting area. If you are looking for a true suite, I'm sure someone else can help...
     
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  3. rollthembones

    rollthembones Tourist

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    I definitely saw that the queen palace premium doesn't have the cool L-shaped couch! That would have been perfect :(
     
  4. easy_money

    easy_money High-Roller

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    The Palace Premium rooms are actually the biggest standard rooms at Caesars, at 700sqft. As @grosx2 mentioned, there is a sofa in the premium rooms, but not all of them. I've stayed in the King room and it had a sofa/couch, but not in the queen rooms. Looking at several videos on Youtube, I believe queen rooms may not have a sofa/couch.

    If you're planning to have guests over and hang out in the room, I'd recommend the Augustus tower rooms since they're just slightly smaller than the Palace Premium rooms, at 650sqft. I know both queen and king rooms have a sofa/couch. The king room has a large L-shaped sofa that sits 4-5 people. The queen room has a smaller sofa that sits around 3 people.
     
  5. FYMYAWF

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    easy_money is...on the money. Not all of the Palace standard rooms have the couch, I've had one that did and one that didn't. At check in it might be a simple matter of asking for one that does, or as above you could upgrade to an Augustus where a couch is guaranteed. Or of course you can look into suites which is a whole other level of "upgrade" but maybe it's within your range. The Palace room I had with the couch would have been more than roomy enough for some light entertaining.

    Unless you're there over NYE weekend occupancy should be low later this month, call ahead and see if they can book you into a Palace Premium with a couch. Should be a reasonable enough request.
     
  6. Chuck2009x

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    Augustus Strip View.
     
  7. rollthembones

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    Thanks for the info everyone - probably will shoot for the Augustus room. Has anyone upgraded to a suite before? Didn't think of that.
     
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    I don't believe this is correct. AFAIK ll Palace Rooms are labelled premium to differentiate them from Forum (Classic) and Julius (Deluxe). But they are a pretty nice room

    And the 2 queen bed rooms don't have the couch, just a chair.

    To the OP, I think from looking at the choices, the cheapest room with both 2 beds and a seperate seating area might be the Julius Executive Suite (but I have not seen it in person). Rather a lot of the suites only come in 1 bed versions.
     
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  10. grosx2

    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    You're right, the difference I was thinking of is between Palace Premium Room vs Palace Premium Studio....the studio is basically just a standard room but with a couple extra hundred sq ft.
     
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    The Palace Premium Studio has what's essentially two bathrooms and a very large separate seating area. I really wouldn't call it "basically just a standard room."
     
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    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    I guess I don't know what the rooms are called, but there's the base palace room that's like 500 sq ft or so, then there's another room that's similar but with a couch and coffee table sitting area, probably around 700 sq ft.

    On my trip last weekend, I had one of the smaller ones and my brother had the larger one.
     
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    I find the room names at CP super confusing! The distinguishing feature between the Palace Tower Premium Room and Premium Studio is that the studio has the double bathroom.
     
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