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Caesars properties

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by bill82003, Mar 15, 2019.

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  1. AllenAndRossi

    AllenAndRossi High-Roller

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    If by base room you truly mean the most BASIC room at each property, I would suggest Bally's or Cromwell, although your choice of Paris isn't a bad one.

    Bally's rooms are all larger than average. Resort Tower is more recently renovated than Jubilee Tower, but Jubilee rooms are still in great shape. The property is easy to navigate and one of the quickest accesses to the strip of the large resorts. And the pool is what a pool should be; relaxing and mellow.

    Cromwell rooms are small and can be darker than most due to positioning and size of windows. But I've never seen a better renovation of a small room. It feels more spacious than it is. There's an L-shaped couch, coffee table and a small make-up table with mirror. The shower is wonderful, with both a rainfall showerhead and hand-held showerhead. It's probably the best room for its size anywhere. And room to strip is the quickest anywhere.

    The suggestions in this thread are good. But they aren't for base rooms.
     
  2. Dodgeus

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    I too am having this dilemma. Booked a spare of the moment flight. Looking at Caesars as it is comped but my only choices are a Palace or Octavius room. Traveling solo. Usually stay at Ballys but wanting to try something new as I'm comped at all CET properties. Sorry to hijack
     
  3. AllenAndRossi

    AllenAndRossi High-Roller

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    Palace and Octavius are better than Caesars base rooms. I also find Caesars to be very open to giving you the Tower you want regardless of the room you booked(gf and I are both Diamond, super friendly and polite, and never do the $20 "trick).

    If you want an Augustus room, be nice and friendly and politely ask.
     
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  4. JoanS

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    Great map and thanks for the info. I have only ever used main entrance so that will be good. We are in the newly refurbished tower. Bad choice? I could try and change just thought newer rooms would be better. Thank you.
     
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    The Resort Tower will be fine, no need to change. The Resort Tower is close to the escalator that takes you to the food court, race book, and pool (and the Monorail). It's also closer to the Paris/Bally's tunnel which also houses the Garage.
    I use the tunnel coming back from the South Strip to my room mainly because i gamble at Paris before i call it a night.
    In all honesty, Bally's is one of the easiest Casinos to navigate, whether it be in the back or front. It's basically vertical, and there are no long walks anywhere unlike some of the other megasresorts along the Strip where you can easily get lost if you're a newbie.
     
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  6. shokhead

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    Yes, not to hard to get around Bally's casino.
     
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    sinnerman High-Roller

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    I am a lot like your wife lol. I will take a free room over a paid room every time unless the free room was in a truly terrible property. I will take Bally or PH or flamingo free over paying for CP.

    To the OP: Augustus tower at CP is your best bet if you have it comped.
     
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    sinnerman High-Roller

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    Don't worry about it too much. Just book the Palace or Octavius tower and try the $20 trick. 90% of the time, you should have no trouble getting the tower you want (except Nobu obviously).
     
  9. MCann

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    Palace and Octavius standard rooms are probably most similar to the resort studio suite at Ballys, but newer and classier looking with nicer bathrooms and slightly smaller common area. Standard rooms in both towers have marble bathrooms with large 2-sink counters, jetted tubs, walk in showers, and water closets if you appreciate a nice bathroom.

    I highly recommend you take them up on the Octavius offer if they aren't comping a nice suite at Ballys. Then ask if they can put you in Augustus tower at checkin. If they don't, Octavius is still far larger and nicer than any standard rooms at Ballys.
     
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  10. JoanS

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    Thanks. It all doesn’t make sense at the moment not knowing where I am lol but I have written it all down to take with me so thank you..
     
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