Caesars Entertainment has a variety of room styles in every Las Vegas hotel. The rooms are hit and miss and the wrong hotel room can make for a bad trip.
Here are my rankings for the different Caesars hotel rooms in Las Vegas.
- Caesars Palace – Just about all of the hotel rooms have been renovated in the past 5 years. Stay in Augustus or Octavius is you want to be away from the casino. The Julius Tower puts you right in the middle of the casino. Augustus is my personal favorite at this massive casino.
- The Cromwell – The rooms are small but beautiful. Overall, the boutique hotel and casino is small but one of my favorite in the Caesars chain.
- Planet Hollywood – All of the rooms were renovated this year. The Miracle Mile Shops give lots of dining options without going outside. The casino is always a party after noon.
- The Linq – The rooms are tiny but well put together. The small rooms don’t feel as claustrophobic as you might think. The great location and clean rooms make this one of the best bargain hotels on the Vegas Strip.
- Flamingo – I like the Go rooms almost as much as I hate this casino. I’m in the minority with my feelings on the Flamingo but walking into this casino makes me itch. If you must stay here, choose the Go room.
- Bally’s – The Jubilee tower rooms are the high-end of average. They’re nice for the price and the only real option if you’re staying at Bally’s. This casino is a good option for low rollers on the Vegas Strip.
- Paris – Paris is one of the highest ranking hotels in the hierarchy of Caesars Las Vegas properties. I don’t think it’s as great as they do. Caesars finally started to renovate the hotel rooms at Paris. If you’re staying here choose a Burgundy room.
- Harrah’s – The Valley Tower rooms were renovated this year. The property isn’t anything special but it’s not awful. They recently renovated the sports book. I dig that.
- Rio – The lone Caesars property off the Vegas Strip has all suites. The casino feels old and isolated. That said, it’s cheap for a large room. This is a good (well, nicely priced) option for groups just looking for a cheap place to crash.
Latest posts by Marc (see all)
- It May Take A Little Work To Find The Best Blackjack Games - July 24, 2017
- Local Eats: Dirty Fork - July 24, 2017
- Keep your eyes peeled for these Happy Hour specials next time you’re in Las Vegas - July 24, 2017