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Caesars rooms

Which rooms are the nicest in caesars?

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I'm sure others with more experience will chime in but here's my 2-cents. I asked the same question here a few months ago before our first overnite stay. Several people said to avoid the Temple Tower. Well, that's exactly where we ended up. The room was beautiful, recently renovated, flat screen TV, very comfortable bedding, modern bathroom with glass mosaic tile and large shower stall, granite countertop.... Other than the fact that our particular room had no view, it was perfectly fine. If this is what everyone says is their worst rooms, I don't think you can go wrong anywhere. There are some Temple Tower rooms that have a window facing the lobby rather than the outside. I would try to avoid one of those.

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I recently had my first stay at Caesars as well and also ended up in Temple. I wrote a review about it (it's under Caesars Atlantic City) I wasn't impressed and there were several problems along the way.

I won't be staying there again, most likely.

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Oops, hit submit too soon.

I'm assuming Centurion is nice and Ocean the nicest, but I could have them mixed up. I think I just read Ocean is the suites.

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I've stayed at Caesar's in both their Centurion and Temple rooms. My temple room was much like disneysteve's - the interior of the room was remodeled recently, and it was pretty nice except the view faced directly into the lobby, so you had no sunlight or view of the outside whatsoever.

if i had to guess, i would say maybe caesars remodeled all the rooms with an interior view, but left their regular ones without any remodeling ?

the centurion rooms are very nice at Caesars. I've never stayed in the ocean tower, but the centurion rooms are pretty top notch in just about everything, so you would be fine staying there.

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It's been a while since I've stayed at Caesars, but the Temple Towers rooms are the rooms with no exterior view that overlook the lobby. (When standing at the check in desk turn around and you'll see them.) Those rooms have been recently remodeled. Even before the remodel I thought they were fine if a little dated. (I really don't care much about the view.)

The rooms that are bad in my opinion are what Caesars calls the North and South tower rooms. Those rooms are also considered Temple Towers rooms (the North and South Temple Towers). These rooms do have exterior views although the view is usually of a heating unit or something. These are the rooms I can see people having a problem with. They're old and even the hallways to the rooms are beat up and trashy. (Again, I haven't been there for over a year.) The heat and air on these rooms is centrally controlled, so depending on location and weather they can be very hot or very cold.

The Centurion Tower is the newest and where the nicest regular nonsuite rooms are. The Ocean Tower is where they have a lot of their suites, but it is older. I believe I heard that they renovated all or part of the ocean tower recently, but I'm not sure about that. I would ask for a Centurion Tower room first, then Ocean, and finally one of the Temple Tower rooms overlooking the lobby.

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The Centruion Tower rooms are the nicest I've stayed in. They are new, nice, and clean. Temple are okay as they have been redone recently but the view is non existent. I am a big player at Ceasars and have never even been ofered an Ocean Tower room. In fact, I was under the impression the Ocean Tower are time share rooms. Anybody?

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Very limited experience but we stayed in Ocean Tower once about a year ago. It was more of a suite than a hotel room. Very nice. As I recall, it had a tub. We especially liked the easy access to the casino floor.

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Just to clarify, our room did not face the lobby. It faced the outside but had no view. It faced the roof and the windows were frosted so that you couldn't see out. The windows could be opened, so I opened one just to see what was out there.

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I usually stay at Caesars and have had rooms in the Temple Tower, Centurion Tower and Ocean Tower within the last year. I definitely prefer the Centurion but all rooms were adequate. Temple Tower was a bit older but it was clean. The only difference I can tell between the Ocean non suite rooms and the Centurion rooms is the tv in the bathroom mirror. I've found Ocean Tower rooms to be quite comfortable. I have never been lucky enough to get one of the suites (but that hasn't stopped me from trying ; )

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We've only stayed at the Centurian rooms when we went to A/C. The rooms are VERY nice except for one thing.

I just can't understand that sliding door into the bathroom. Leaves a gap on both sides of around 2 inches. I like my privacy!!! lol