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Caesar's Tips Pool, Food, Etc

Cincy
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Caesar's Tips Pool, Food, Etc

Hello everyone. I've been to Vegas plenty, but am staying at Caesar's in September and it's only our second time there. It wasn't pool weather last time so I could use some pool tips. Also, is there a good restaurant to get a breakfast sandwich or breakfast burrito we can take out to the pool with us? We use to do this at Mirage and loved it. We are doing some nice fun dinners so will do casual breakfast and lunches. Any other Caesar's tips welcome too. Thanks in advance!

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1. Re: Caesar's Tips Pool, Food, Etc

Swim , Drink ,lay out , Repeat . In reference to eating Ceasers has lots of choices inside for all types of food. Check the Ceaser swebsite for exact places. We ate at Mesa Grill twice and headed to the pool after.

good luck

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Don't miss the spa. Try to avoid Roman Tower. Almond croissant at Payard. Pussycat dolls is my favorite pit in Vegas. Lunch at Spago. Enjoy!

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The quickest way in and out of Caesars Palace to Harrah's, The Mirage, Joe's, and Casino Royale is out a set of doors directly opposite the Slice Bar at the food court and down the "yellow brick road".

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the palace tower has the best access to the pool complex. There is a nice food court in the Forum casino and also Munch Bar is good for casual food choices. CP gets alot of grief for being too big but i love it.

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check at the pool before you attempt to bring any food in - just in case they only let you buy food at the pool.

Cincy
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Good point kathyak. Mirage didn't have any restaurants open early at the pool so they always let us bring in the breakfast food. Caesars doesn't seem to have anywhere similar to Carnegie Deli or even Roasted Bean with breakfast sandwiches to go. I looked on the Caesars website. Maybe there's a small place not listed on the website? Even the food court isn't open till 11.

Keep those tips coming! Thanks.

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Payard (I think I spelled that right, but..)

Last time I was there they had a bakery that's open early. Good treats! I carried my breakfast in. They didn't seem to "search" until later in the day.

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Don't drink the pool water. Especially after you seen hundreds of people swimming and drinking all day, and no one gets out of the pool!

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Java Coast in the food court is open at 6am for baked goods and coffee etc. the rest open at 11.

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"Payard (I think I spelled that right, but..) "

Not only did you spell it correctly, you avoided adding an "s" to it like the rest of the world wants to do. Good job! :)

Payard's

Delmonico's

Charlie Palmer's

And my personal favorite: Bloody Mary's.

Sorry to be the spelling police, I just think it's funny.