Caesars Las Vegas Hotel Rooms Ranked (2021 Update)

Caesars has a variety of room styles in every Las Vegas hotel. In addition to different room types, many hotels have multiple towers. The wrong hotel room in the wrong tower can make for a bad trip.

Hopefully, this brief overview of Caesars Las Vegas hotel rooms and casino experience help you choose the best casino-resort for your next vacation. Here are my rankings for the different Caesars hotel rooms in Las Vegas.

  1. Caesars Palace – All of the hotel rooms have been renovated in the past 5 years. Stay in Augustus or Octavius is you want to be away from the casino. The Julius Tower puts you right in the middle of the casino. The Palace Tower is closest to the pools. Augustus is my personal favorite at this massive casino.
  2. The Cromwell – The rooms are small but they are pretty and functional. The views aren’t great but ask for a strip view. The other view is looking at the wall of the Flamingo hotel. You may hear music from Drai’s nightclub in the rooms on higher floors. Ask for a lower floor when checking in. Overall, the boutique hotel and casino is small but it’s my favorite in the Caesars chain.
  3. The Linq – The rooms are tiny but well put together. The small rooms don’t feel as claustrophobic as you might think for the size. The clean rooms, lively and large casino, and center strip location make this one of the best bargain hotels on the Vegas Strip. Upgrade to a suite for a separate bedroom and living room.
  4. Planet Hollywood – The most recent room updates over are bland and lack any interesting design aesthetic. Additionally, the rooms no longer have the movie memorabilia many people loved. The Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood give lots of dining options without going outside. The rooms are fine, but this is an enjoyable place to eat, drink, and gamble.
  5. Flamingo – The recently renovated hotel rooms are pretty with pops of pink. The rooms are similar to other new Caesars Las Vegas hotel rooms but feel a bit more lively. Just a heads up that this hotel can get very crowded. The location is great across from Caesars Palace and next to The Linq but I’d rather stay elsewhere.
  6. Bally’s – The rooms are relatively large for an older casino. The vintage-style rooms stand out from other Caesars Las Vegas hotel rooms. Overall, the rooms are nice for the relatively low prices. This casino is a good option for low rollers on the Vegas Strip.
  7. Harrah’s – All of the hotel rooms at Harrah’s Las Vegas have been renovated. The Valley Tower rooms were the first to receive the makeover and this is my preferred location. The property is the epitome of perfectly mediocre. Everything is average. Nothing is amazing and nothing is awful. That said, the location is great if you want a value property near the center-north end of the Vegas Strip.
  8. Paris – The most recent room renovations make all of the hotel rooms feel modern. Paris is one of the highest-ranking hotels in the hierarchy of Caesars Las Vegas properties. The price point may be a bit high for the experience of being at the property. Definitely shop around for the best deals.
  9. Rio – The lone Caesars Las Vegas property off the Vegas Strip has all suites. The casino feels old and hasn’t been renovated in a while. That said, it’s cheap for such a large room. This is a good option for groups just looking for a cheap place to crash.

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Las Vegas Writer, Marketer, Consultant. I love Vegas and everything about it. When in Vegas do 3 things: eat, drink & gamble.
Author: Marc
Las Vegas Writer, Marketer, Consultant. I love Vegas and everything about it. When in Vegas do 3 things: eat, drink & gamble.

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