A Night In Caesar's Palace Suite
When we decided to go to my niece's 21st birthday celebration in Vegas two days before it happened I wasn't expecting a room that would make me feel so at home. I have to give my fiancé big props for his selection. We stayed in the studio suite at Caesar's Palace and it was nice and clean.
The pool view made it feel like we were on a tropical island. I walked through the room and saw the jacuzzi tub and double sided shower with two shower heads and knew I would make the most of the amenities.
During our stay we had to wear mask throughout the hotel, but that made us feel safer during our time there. We walked through the shops, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Versace and others feeling privileged that during a time like this we were able to appreciate our status and enjoy our surroundings.
We were unable to get in the pool area due to Covid-19 and the amount of guest they allowed, but we did gamble and won a little. Ask I walked through the hotel I was amazed at the architecture and felt like I was in another time.
We drove out Friday morning and stayed until Sunday. We left the hotel a few times, but I had most fun in the building with the historic roman empire story theme. Founded in 1966 b Jay Sarno and Stanley Mallin, this hotel contains large statues throughout, Hollywood productions, such as a 20-foot Augustus Caesar, right by the entrance. They have almost 4,000 rooms and suites, restaurants, convention center, gambling and more.
I played the Golden Goddess machine and was disappointed I wasn't winning like normal, so I went to another machine that I'd never played but was winning on. After a while my fiancé and I went to the room and the jacuzzi bathtub came in handy. Saturday we went to breakfast with our family at Hash House A Go Go, I will leave a review in the food section of my blog next Monday. Then we headed to the north premium outlets, downtown to zip line, Sugar Factory for dinner then back to the hotel. Once in the hotel, we were able to get a drink and walk around enjoying the hotel amenities.
Overall, the hotel was great for shopping, eating, gambling, resting in the room, and having fun intimate time with your spouse. I've stayed at a few places in Vegas, including the MGM and by far Caesar's Palace is my favorite. If you're going to Vega and haven't already you have got to stay at Caesar's Palace, it could change your view on Vegas for life.
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