Getting ready to eat here now. Bacchanal Buffet is the best buffet in Las Vegas for several reasons. The service, the selection, and quality are all unmatched. If you are a diamond member at Caesars, you can use the expedited line and get in very quickly.
I have been here nearly a dozen times and Ocean One never lets me down. It almost always has a long line, but they get people in and out very fast. If you're dining on the strip, you can expect to pay at least $50 for a good meal, but Ocean One serves them up for under $20. You can splurge and enjoy an absolute feast with drinks for around $40. It's even cheaper at lunch time.
Just got back from Vegas and ventured off strip for the first time this last trip. I've always heard good things about The Orleans and wanted to see it for myself. The hotel is really cool and has a fun theme, but Copper Whisk was a bit of a letdown. Nothing was terrible, but it wasn't great either. The open face Turkey Sandwich had too much dressing and the patty melt was average, but the service was really good.
My favorite hotel after Caesars Palace. The staff is always super polite and welcoming and they seem to have more servers on the casino floor than a lot of other strip casinos. I don't know if they are going to do it again, but last winter they also had an ice skating rink that made for a very memorable experience. The Cosmopolitan just seems like one of those hotels who still knows how to treat players and keep guests coming back with innovative entertainment options.
This is a review for the food and not so much the cocktail bar. Got 4 different pastries and none of them were really that good. More soggy than flaky. My latte was okay but a friend's macchiato was not very good. It's a really cute setting, but sadly the food didn't live up to the expectations.
From the moment you enter the front doors, Caesars Palace is an experience that no other casino in Vegas can offer. Beyond the Roman architecture and beautiful art, Caesars offers clean rooms and the best staff in Las Vegas. My only complaint would be that the slots seemed a little tight, but I guess that's Vegas for you.
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