Ceasars is an old hotel that keeps adding things to it to make it more exciting. The rooms are comfortable with hot tubs in the rooms, and mirrors over the bed!!!!!! The casino is large and it takes alot of walking to see everything within it. Food is always good anywhere inside Ceasars.....but remember it will be expensive! But the location on the Strip is right in the middle of all the action and you can walk to many other hotels and casinos. We enjoyed our stay there and would go back. Did I mention the pool is wonderful??? It is.....
Played craps here in June while staying at Bally's (nice room there, great customer service). For the flagship of a fleet of casinos, this was incredibly bad. Dealers didn't care and were rude (and consistently making payoff mistakes, always in the house's favor). Eliminating the boxman at each table results in excruciating delays every time there's a problem. Floormen didn't care and moved at sub-glacial speed. Complained to the pit boss, he told me, "There are other places you can play" (well, no kidding!). Cashier was rude and slow, had to ask her to put down her smartphone to serve me. Good drinks waitress.
There are at least 50 other casinos in Las Vegas. I'd probably prefer to play at any of them before I waste my time in this "top of the line", treat-customers-like-garbage place.
With their buchanel buffet I gave them a 5 for food choices. I know I misspelled it! Named after the god Baachus. Lousy Vp tables, but I used to enjoy the atmosphere and CW service. The hotel has everything your heart desires. Great pool and spa services. Love to just walk through it.