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Buffet of Buffets

Please tell me about something I read in a hotel review "We ate every meal at the “Buffet of Buffets”. For $40 ($45 with tax) a Total Rewards member can eat as often and as much as you want for 24 hours at all of the following buffets: Harrah’s Flavors, Flamingo Paradise Garden, Imperial Palace Emperor’s Buffet, Paris Le Village, Rio Carnival World, Caesar’s Lago, Planet Hollywood Spice Market. The Paris buffet features made-to-order sweet crepes, and made-to-order omelets at breakfast.

Does this mean you pay $40 per day per person and eat all day for the $40????

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You pay $40 per person and it's good for 24 hours.

http://www.harrahs.com/buffets/faq.html

Beware of potentially very long lines.

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So 24 hours from the time you pay, so say you pay at 5PM, good then next day to 5PM??

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Yes. My friend and I did this and stood in line for quite a long time.

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Yes, but you must pass thru the register at the Hypothetical 5:00 p.m., not just be in line by five.

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Just got back from Vegas and I recommend the Buffet of Buffets. It is $40 for a 24 hour time and you can eat at 7 buffets. This includes Caesars, Paris, Harrah’s, Planet Hollywood, the Imperial Palace, The Flamingo and Rio. So you eat Dinner first day at 6:30PM, breakfast before 9:30AM, lunch and then Dinner again at 6PM. Note: I recommend NEVER eating breakfast at a buffet after 9:30AM and never eat dinner at 7PM as the lines are too long. We ate at 5:30 one day and walked right in. So you get the potential of 4 all you can eat meals for $40. Even if you are not a big eater, the cost is great. We stayed in Paris so we ate breakfast at the Paris twice and Saturday morning they even had crab legs and crab claws on the buffet. The $40 is a great deal as breakfast on the weekends is $19 and dinner during the week in $25. So essentially lunch is free and if you can double up the hours, then two meals are virtually free. I loved breakfast at Paris, because of the way Paris made you feel. We tried Planet Hollywood and Harrah’s for Dinner; however they lacked the atmosphere that Paris exudes. At the Paris buffet, you feel like you are on the sidewalks of Paris, while the other buffets had the atmosphere of a K&W or any other buffet in the USA. I would at least do the buffet once during your stay and time it so you get two dinners.

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Thanks for the info !

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It is now 44.95 with the Total Rewards card, and yes, it is per person for 24 hours. We did not find the lines too long except for the first night. We arrived in Las Vegas on a Saturday night and stood in line for about 50 minutes at the Rio Buffet around 8 pm that night. After that, we never stood in line longer than 10-15 minutes, and sometimes we got in immediately. Purchase the pass at the register of the first buffet. The pass is good for 24 hours from the moment you purchase it. Since we had a late dinner the first night, we were able to eat an earlier dinner the next night on the same pass.

We ate at 5 of the restaurants while we were there. Our #1 choice was Le Village at Paris, #2 (tie) for Spice Market and Paradise Garden Buffet (Flamingo), #3 was Rio. The buffet was huge with seemingly endless choices, but we didn't care for any of the food. Lots of quantity, very little quality. Our last choice was Flavors at Harrah's - don't waste your time there...awful.

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Are you saying adults should not eat 3 meals a day, and then continue to eat more the next day? Or are you simply assuming that people that eat at buffets stuff themselves with 10 pounds of food everytime they go? One can easily go in and eat normally at these buffets. We did a dinner, brunch, dinner last year with the pass; did not pig out, and enjoyed 3 meals averaging about $13 each (it was $40 last year).

Lines will be long when people eat when everyone else is eating. That concept applies to my hometown restaurants also.

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Not to mention that it stops the somewhat thorny subject of what type of food to go with if there's multiple people there. plenty of benefits to buffets

Some drawbacks of course but thats the beauty of it. No one forces you to eat anything or anywhere