Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by shokhead, Mar 3, 2019.
Thanks for taking us along!
Yes, trip reports isn't my strong suit as if I even have any strong suits!
And again, I sure liked their separate room from the reg check in/out for platinum/diamond check in. It was real nice. Is Flamingo the only one that has this?
I believe it is common on all CET properties.
This June will be our first trip as Platinum with Caesar's. I'm excited to use this room. And the shorter lines at the pool & buffet.
Boy, never have noticed it at Ceasar's, just the separate line. Pretty sure it's just a Diamond, not Diamond/Plat at CP?
At CP, it is a separate room on the way to Augustus/Octavious towers....I believe it is for Diamond & 7 stars registration.
Makes sense, higher end prop Diamond & 7 room.
LINQ used to, but got rid of their Diamond room to put more slots in, it's now just a separate window at the main check in. They also got rid of the TR/CR desk when they reno'd The Book and combined it with the cage by the Hash House escalator.
Cromwell doesn't have one, but absolutely doesn't need one - the entire check in there is like a Diamond check in.
All the other CET properties have the separate room.
Which prop have the separate room.that's Dia/Plat?
I imagine the Cromwell has, at most, 3 people waiting in line at any time? 188 rooms and people coming and going all the time seems like there would never be a wait to check in. I am really looking forward to staying there in a few weeks.
They all do except LINQ and Cromwell. Not sure which ones do or don't let Platinums check in in the separate room.
Bingo! It's awesome. I've never seen more than two agents at the desk and I've never waited for a second. Service there is awesome with the small size.
From all of what I have read though, you might want to have earplugs if you're a light sleeper.
Luckily I am not, when I am out, I am out. Slept through a tornado hitting our subdivision when I was a kid and a fire in a house down the street once when like sirens going off for a while, apparently.
No joke! I was at the Flamingo and couldn't sleep from the club noise coming from the Cromwell. Not even with earplugs!
Paris has a Diamond check in room.
I guess it depends on the individual. I have stayed there twice, no noise that I heard. And I am a very light sleeper. In fact, in all my years going to Vegas, have never had noise issues from outside. On the other hand, I have heard plenty of noise from guests next door to me.
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