Upon entering Caesars Palace, I was amazed by the decor and ambience. The décor and architecture was full of elegance and seemed quite historical.
Our room was in the Palace Tower. It was so nice to be able to return to a quiet atmosphere from all the hustle and bustle of the lobby and surroundings of the hotel and the whole Vegas atmosphere. The rooms in the Palace Tower also overlook the pool which can be quite relaxing and entertaining for those mornings you just want to spend in the hotel room with a nice, vibrant view.
Caesars Palace is also attached to The Forum Shops, which just makes it such a convenient accommodation choice! We were spoilt for choices in terms of food, from the Bacchanal Buffet to Gordon Ramsay’s Bar & Grill, Nobu Restaurant, too many to name!
On our last day, there was some confusion with checking out when we requested for a late checkout, the lobby said that our room had been checked out when we were actually still in the room. Nevertheless, the front desk held it well and again, sometimes these things happen, given that Caesars is a really huge hotel with several different towers.
The only thing that bothered me about Caesars Palace was the strong smoke stench that lingered every time we walked through the lobby (from the casino) but everything else, from the impeccable service to the luxurious rooms sort of made up for that I guess! Caesars Palace is indeed a Palace in Vegas!