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Paris or Caesars Palace... help!

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by abdallah7107, Feb 13, 2018.

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If you were comped for 6 nights at both properties, would you prefer to stay at CP or Paris?

  1. CP

    66.7%
  2. Paris

    25.9%
  3. Neither, go with another TR property!

    7.4%
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  1. chico7800

    chico7800 Tourist

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    I would also do Paris. I find CP casino so incredibly smoke filled.
     
  2. DJ Ran

    DJ Ran VIP Whale

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    We stay at both and actually just got back yesterday from another amazing stay at Paris. When it's not pool season, we prefer Paris over Caesars. Love the high ceilings and openness of the casino atmosphere in Paris. It's just so much easier to get around at Paris and the quick access from your room to the actual strip can't be beat. The big negative for me at Caesars is the rooms do not have refrigerators. Here' a few pics of our room from this past week.


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  3. Lord Suspect

    Lord Suspect High-Roller

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    I like Palace Rooms better. Bigger and nicer, the hot tub sells it for me.
     
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  4. RTD022219

    RTD022219 MIA

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    I proposed the idea to my wife and she told me there's nothing more she hates than moving from hotel to hotel. She packs ALOT and I would be the one stuck towing them around lol.
     
  5. RTD022219

    RTD022219 MIA

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    Beautiful pictures! Do you mind me asking what type of suite you stayed in? I stayed in the Le Mans Suite during my last trip but your suite looks much nicer!
     
  6. Cardeater

    Cardeater Low-Roller

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    I've switched hotels mid trip but I hate it. It messes up my sleep schedule. I always end up getting poor sleep when I know I have to vacate the room. I'd probably end up getting up before checkout time if I slept normally but I can't sleep well when I know I have to get up.

    Also, I am annoyed by having to move my stuff.

    As for the original topic, I've stayed at Paris so I'd choose Caesar's as I've never stayed there. I spent a lot of time in Caesar's anyway so one day I should spend extra for Caesar's.
     
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  7. FYMYAWF

    FYMYAWF VIP Whale

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    Me too. I've done the 2 or even 3 resort tango on trips in the past to chase comped rooms and I've resolved not to going forward. It's such a drag to have to pack everything up and mentally "start over" at a new room when I've already settled into one.
     
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  8. DJ Ran

    DJ Ran VIP Whale

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    We stayed in a Calias Suite this time out. Room # 1874P
     
  9. sybgal

    sybgal VIP Whale

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    While CP if a lovely property, it is a very long walk to LVB & to your rooms. Paris, it is a show walk to LVB & your rooms is convenient. Both have great restaurants there or nearby. We have had the choice of any CET properties (except Nubu) for 17 years & always choose Paris or Bally's. Get a newly remodeled room & have every convenience....
     
  10. tsou89

    tsou89 Low-Roller

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    I just got back from a stay at Paris. We really enjoyed it but the Palace Tower at CP is close to the pool and has some nice rooms. Another vote for CP.
     
  11. ShelbyCharger

    ShelbyCharger MIA

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    I am a Caesars girl. Forum, people watching, sports book, rooms, [gambling eww.]
     
  12. TXCajuns

    TXCajuns Low-Roller

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    We were at Caesar’s the end of last May, and we never found 3 pool chairs together. Most of the time did not find even one chair. Very disappointed in the pool situation but not in the hotel. We’ve never stayed at Paris but have stayed at Bally’s several times in a room overlooking Paris’ pool and always saw empty chairs. We’re going back to Caesar’s in 2 weeks, but for our pool trip in May, we’re going back in to the MGM.
     
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