The Diamond Club at Caesars is one of the best with a view of the boardwalk/beach. Food in the Diamond Club was excellent. Much better food than Caesars' buffet (which was not good on a Thursday.) The gaming floor is huge There are 2 floors of gaming. Smoking and non-smoking sections and tables are available. Had a nice time there. Location is greatest. Rooms not so nice from what I saw. Hotel guests can take the free shuttle to see the other Harrah's properties.
Coming down that escalator and being able to view the action at all the craps tables around you is just the best for me. I want more good Video Poker than they have and I am always in a line at the cashier. The buffet is very nice and good quality. A bit laid back and intimate if that is even possible at a buffet.
First visit, Dec 14-16, 2010. We are Seven Stars and the room was comped. Very nice room, good beds, great TV and bath. Would have liked to have had more than two glasses - they were with the ice bucket, none in bathroom. VIP reception very friendly and helpful. We are slot players and ran about $9,000 through the slots and video poker with a total loss of $600.
Diamond lounge is great, much better than Caesars Palace Las Vegas in terms of size, quality and variety of food, and overall environment. The only restaurant we used was Cafe Roma, the 24 hour coffee shop that is much more than that. Breakfast was excellent - my wife had steak and eggs that were perfect, I had the buffet, it wasn't extensive but the quality was super, especially the scrambled eggs. Had dinner there and the variety on the menu was more than adequate and the quality of the dishes we had was superior. The service was excellent. We will return.