We’ve enjoyed stays at: Paris Las Vegas, The LINQ Hotel, and Luxor Hotel & Casino in previous trips to Vegas. Those accommodations are typical rooms… usually 300 to 450 square feet… with two double or queen beds. You imagine winning big and getting a hotel room like this. This time, we found a promotion to enjoy a “suite” experience a Caesars Palace. Only $175/night! Long story short, it was hard to ever leave the room.
Registration Over the phone, an agent said we could pay $30 to check-in early but when we arrived it was a whopping $75 to check-in a few hours earlier. What a late check-in Caesars has = 4:00pm while check-out was 11:00am. Covid nonsense: They had Bill do a temperature check but I wasn’t around during check-in so I did not get one. They didn’t inquire how many people in our party to make sure we all didn’t have signs of a fever.
Ambiance Lots of Christmas spirit decorations everywhere! Well done as always Caesars!!!
Elevators Only 4 to an elevator for covid precautions. Upon check out there was a complication with the elevators. People were riding up and down for what they felt was 30 minutes. It took us the 5th elevator to ride upwards just so we can ride down to the lobby/casino floor. Long, long waits at the elevators on this stay.
Space We typically don’t splurge on suites but here boasts 1,050 square footage giving us a nice private retreat.
Bedding Pillows were plush but I would describe the mattress more on the firm side. Our suite had 3 different thermostats.
Closet Space Check out this dresser in the hallway and walk-in closet!
Rain Shower & Whirlpool A BIG REASON WE STAYED HERE. Massaged by the extra jet heads in the rainfall shower. A romantic, soothing bubble bath soak in the whirlpool to reflect on the positive things in our lives.
Highly recommend the HALLU Cosmic Moon Float Milk Bath, from Walmart. It does what it claims, "…luxurious long-lasting bubbles…"
Noise–Level Could’ve been that hotels are only at 25% capacity… but it was a quiet stay. The suite was located behind The Colosseum with Vegas Strip views. Only on occasion did we hear boom boom type speeding vehicles on the strip. Not bad for six floors up.
It seemed like only a third of restaurants were open. We opted to take food back and enjoy our suite as long as possible.
Beijing Noodle No.9 We picked up Stir-Fried Diver Scallop, Asparagus, XO Sauce; Chicken Tender with Mushroom, Nappa Cabbage, Asparagus; Jasmine Rice; and Bok Choy with Garlic ($69.32)
Starbucks (at the Forum Food Court) for Cafe Mocha and warm croissants.
QUESTION: Have you splurged on your hotel stay(s) before? Where and was it worth it?