Stayed at Caesars AC for four nights from Thursday March 29th to Monday April 2nd. I honestly have to tell you that my stay at Caesars was simply wonderful!
Check-in was a breeze with an extremely pleasant check-in staff member who placed me on the 39th floor in the Centurion Tower.
The room's entrance foyer had a 5' x 11' area with a wall light, a double-door lighted closet housing a safe, iron and ironing board, and a folding suitcase bench. My room had a beautiful Oceanfront View, encompassing a full unobstructed view of the sandy beach and the ocean!!! During the sunny days, it was wonderful to see the sun's morning reflection over the water. Of all my stays at the various Caesars Entertainment properties, this was the very first time I received an unobstructed direct oceanfront view! An extremely pleasant experience!
My room was quiet and extremely clean, both the bedroom and bathroom areas. As a matter of fact, it appeared as though the room's decorative floor and ceiling moulding and doors had been recently repainted; no scrapes nor marks found anywhere. Even no noticeable scratches on the furniture nor any carpet stains. Normally difficult to receive such an impeccably clean room due to all the guests who come and go. All I can say is that the condition of this particular room I was placed in was TOPS! Now for it's description: The room had both drapes and sheer curtains, both which had vertical rods you hold that allows the guest to open or close both. The King size bed has a combination wood/mirror like headboard and the mattress was very comfortable and had four pillows along with a bed sheet folded over a semi-thick white cover. Two adjacent three foot wide granite night tables with drawers with their own light sconze directly above each one; an MP3 clock/radio/alarm and bedside phone. The wall next to the bed had a vertical full-length mirror. There was an eight foot wooden base unit with storage drawers and a door which encased a mini-fridge within it to keep your drinks cold; plus an opening which housed an ottoman to rest your feet on. Above the base is a 32 inch LCD TV. At both sides to the base there were two recessed lights along with two framed pictures. The bedroom area was approximately 13' x 18' in area. In front of the window there was an above ceiling recessed light and a 36" round granite table which had two arm chairs. Good individualized controlled Heat/AC system.
The marble bathroom (floor and shower wall) had a huge glass-enclosed 3' x 5' shower with a seat bench. The water-faucet control has two rotating handles to it; a large one used to turn on the water and a smaller one you can adjust the water temperature to your liking. There was plenty of water pressure with consistent hot water flow. The shower door has a horizontal handle outside it to place your towel on. There is a separate door-enclosed commode area (3' x 5') for privacy. The remaining bathroom area consisted of a 5' x 7' open area (which closes off the main room with a frosted sliding glass door) with the granite top sink, a huge mirror with a small embedded TV, a small makeup mirror for the ladies, two twin light sconzes (each to the side), and a single ceiling light directly above the sink area. Included were four sumptuous bath towels, two hand towels, two wash cloths, one shower-floor towel to step out on, both hand and shower soap, shampoo, conditioner, and skin cream. There was also a hair blower dryer on the sink base shelf. Daily housekeeping services were great, though I do leave a tip. WiFi Internet is extra at $12.99 per each 24-hr. period (effective from the time you authorize), which I purchased on one occassion and is very fast.
Caesars Casino is very nice and perhaps one of the most busiest in AC which appears to draw the largest crowd of those on the boardwalk. Plus the fact the property is centrally located mid-point boardwalk adjacent to the Pier Shops and close to the outlets. Also connects to Wild Wild West/Ballys. Smoking and Non-Smoking sections to the casino. Casino has two levels, the lower (street/boardwalk level) being the largest and an escalator leading to the upper being the smaller of the two. BTW, from the upper level you come off the elevator garage parking to a walkway that leads you to the registration desk and then from that point past Mia's Restaurant into the upper-level casino (which has the Total Rewards Center).
I had the Sunday Brunch at Nero's (Yes; they just relocated the Brunch back to it's original location effective as of Sunday, April 1st, 2012) which has a more pleasant and much quieter dining experience as compared to the temporary Mia's location. The variety (breakfast items, meats, fish, desserts, etc.) during brunch is delicious and the service is great! It's like $45.99, but the service, both the food quality and selection are well worth the price and the splurge!
I cannot reiterate enough how nice this stay was during my most recent AC visit of which I want to thank all the Caesars Staff for my pleasant experience as a guest.
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