Caesars Palace

244 Reviews
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV89109
91% got a Vegas Hotel Deal
Caesars Palace Hotel

Caesars Palace Review Highlights

We arrived at 2 PM & the reservation lines were packed. Didn’t really have a choice as to which clerk we would get.

Recent Hotel Deals & Upgrades

Recent Room Upgrades: 0% 0/0
All Time Upgrades: 91% 195/214

Room Upgrade Reports

Saved:  $200 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Palace Tower Premium Room  from  Forum Tower Deluxe 

We arrived at Caesars at ~11:30 am. There was a line of 20 people waiting to check in. The Caesars hosts kept offering online checkin – but I wanted to try the sand which. Waited 10 minutes on line. There were 3 older women, one young guy, and a young woman. We got the you woman. She asked
For I’d and cc, I handed her both with a $20 in between. She took the 20 and set it to the side. I told her we were celebrating our 20th anniversary, and asked if she could check if
a complimentary upgrade was available. She said she’d be happy to check. She upgraded us to a palace tower room on 17th floor, pool view. She also waived the $30 early checkin fee. Not sure how much was the $20, and how much was the anniversary – but we had booked the cheapest forum room available – and the room was really nice. I check online and the difference in price from the room we booked to the room we got was over $200 for the length of our stay. Well worth the $20. And honestly – even if we didn’t get it I felt like I was already gambling just with the attempt. Felt like the Vegas I see in the movies. Awesome…

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Saved:  $200 Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  Palace Tower Deluxe  from  Unsure 

I got the guy 50 bucks and asked if there were any complimentary upgrade and he was really nice about it. I couldn’t get a king sized bed that I ordered but got a much nicer room with two queens. I get home and check my credit card statements and see a 44 dollar charge that I didn’t recognize was made about it since I still had the room charged as well. But it turns out he bought the whole room for me and just made me pay the 44 dollar resort fee. I didn’t even pay for the room! The charge for the room was gone!

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Saved:  $154 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  August Tower Luxury  from  Palace Tower Premium Room 

Noon. Random clerk. Booked 2 beds in Palace. Asked if she could find an Augustus upgrade. Only could find King smoking. Then I whipped out the $20 and asked if she could try again. After minutes of furious typing she gave us Augustus Laurel Collection stripview non-smoking 2 beds near tower end on Las Vegas Blvd. NEVER in my life have I tried this for a hotel. Thanks!

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Saved:  $1500 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Octavius Tower Deluxe  from  Unsure 

Was a little nervous doing so but I tried the trick on a 3 night comped room. When arriving, I stated that it was my birthday (which it was), we talked with a late 20’s/early 30’s gentleman about Chicago and burgers etc. Slipped him the sandwich after telling me I had a room in the Palace tower. Said he would see what he can do while he left the $20 on the counter in front of us…
Octavius Tower Suite. 61st floor. Overlooking Bellagio Fountains.

Thank you to this site. Best birthday ever.

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Saved:  $1000 Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  Caesars Executives Suites  from  Octavius Tower Deluxe 

Got to the check-in desk around 2:00 pm. There was one huge line, so no one could be targeted. I ended up getting a young guy in his early to mid 20s. After giving my credit card and drivers license, I asked what possible rooms are available. I wanted either a suite or a strip view room in the Augustus tower. He eventually found a Studio Suite in the Palace Tower and a 2 queen strip view room in the Augustus tower. I mentioned the possibility of having an Augustus Executive Suite instead, and he returned to the back room to talk to inventory. He came out 5 minutes later saying that that it could only be had for $250 extra per night (down from $500/night). I declined and settled on the Augustus room. Almost right as we completed the paperwork, a lady from inventory came out and said that the suite was mine for free! Ended up being on the 41st floor, with only two rooms separating it from the strip end of the building!

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Saved:  $1000 Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  Caesars Executives Suites  from  Octavius Tower Deluxe 

Got there at around 10 AM the day after Christmas for a two-night stay. Went around the casino and forum shops for a few hours before checking in. Got in line at around 1:00 pm. There were quite a few people in line, so it was really first come, first served. When I got to the desk, and the clerk saw the bill, I mentioned that I’d like to be in the Augustus Tower or in a suite, but preferably both. The clerk showed me the book, and I pointed out the Augustus Executive Suite. After this, they went to the back room to talk to the inventory people. The clerk said that it can only be had for an extra $250/night (down from $500).
After going through the computer, the clerk found an Augustus Premium 2 Queen Room on a very high floor facing the south strip (ideal view) or a Palace Premium Studio. I settled for the Augustus Room, and we were halfway through finishing the paperwork when a lady came from inventory. She told the clerk that the Augustus Executive Suite could be released for free! I paid $70/night for the Octavius Room. This suite was going for $551/night. Probably the only good gamble I made on the trip!

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Tipped:  $40 Upgraded to  Palace Tower Premium Room  from  Palace Tower Premium Room 

We checked in on a weekday evening. We got a younger Asian woman as our clerk. My husband and I had our baby with us, and we said we were interested in any complimentary upgrades to a suite, so our baby could be in a separate area. She spent a couple of minutes looking, then put us in the exact room we had booked. She tried to make it sound like an upgrade because she put us on the 24th floor with a pool view, but the room itself was the same. She kept the $40.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Unsure  from  Unsure 

Came for a long conference where they book a block of rooms do I don’t get to select. When I checked in I handed the guy $20 and asked for a more updated tower and asked if any upgrades were available. He pretended to check but quickly said he can only do so much because of the conference. Completely bs bc the person I arrived with got the new tower and upgraded room And didn’t tip. The worst part is the room is crappy like a motel and he kept my money. I’ve always hated this hotel and pray this is the last year for my company. And to top it off the palace tower is under construction. I would have chosen one if the females if I could of as all the men looked angry at the world. Arrived Saturday night 10pm

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Chris Hatter
Saved:  $$600 or more Tipped:  $40 Upgraded to  Caesars Executives Suites  from  Augustus Tower Deluxe 

I am a vet with Platinum status so we skipped to a lady in her early 40’s in the Platinum line. We arrived at 630pm on a Thursday night. I sandwiched my $40 and she smiled and layed them to the side. The rest is History and the Suite was incredible

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Saved:  $$600 Tipped:  $40 Upgraded to  Caesars Executives Suites  from  Palace Tower Premium Room 

Celebrated my birthday in Vegas! Got there at about 3pm Saturday to check in. I didn’t wait for anybody in particular, but I did get a younger guy in his 20’s. I handed him my id and credit card with $40 folded in between. After he saw it I told him I was there for my bday and was looking to upgrade. He went right to typing and wrote my name down so he could check with “inventory”. He came back and pulled out a booklet to show me which room he had available, which was the octavious executive suite. The room was awesome! It even had a view of the water fountain show at the Bellagio. Definitely worth it!

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