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Staff at betting gate was very polite. This particular establishment seemed a little dingy to me. Staff did not do a very good job of cleaning up or keeping up with drink orders.
Comfortable seats to watch games and races on the jumbo TVs, but in general the payouts seem lower. Needs a bigger board for lines and a cattle prod for tourists who don't know how to bet or read the board Good location.
Friendly and close to the food court. Big screens and plenty of action. This is your place for your "sports time out" if only to check out the wall with all the TVs and odds screens. We didn't feel like spending a lot of time looking for non-reserved table seats, so we eventually just sat at the bar, which is just as good.
Blackjack, for example, did not allow you to split or double down. I stuck with Jacks or Better draw poker, which had mediocre payouts for anything up to a full house.
Yet after about 20 minutes, I was still at break-even, so I was satisfied to cash out and consider my drink free except for the bartender's tip. However, if you drink here, watch out for all the buttons and tilted screens. It is very easy to spill your drink, as someone found out. But they were nice enough to replace his drink, and they did that faster and more effectively than they did actually cleaning up the spilled drink and ice.
My drink was quite strong but not well mixed. I can see avid sports fans spending quite a bit of time here.
Well it is probably one of the least fancy real sports books on the strip, the waitresses are slow and not very attractive. The TV's are projectors and old, the audio is poor and the seating is limited. The one thing that I do like is that it is classic and probably the best people watching at any book because of its location and overall melting pot of all kinds of tourists. Love the sports book. Lots of room and food is close.
Easy in and out. Love the place, except for all the goobers that smoke cigars in your face. Nice, relaxing chairs to watch the games. The waitresses here are nice and get your drinks back to you pretty quick, especially if you tip in advance. I wish there was a no smoking area here, but I guess I will just have to deal with it. I have never really been sold on Caesars. It's a solid place with some decent restaurants and a decent casino, but I think there are better places on the strip.
Unfortunately, this carries over to the sports book as well. It's just a complete afterthought. The place can get packed at times, so it's a good thing they put out plenty of chairs, but that's about the best that can be said. Those chairs are the type you see at a hotel-based conference, sit in for an hour, and complain about. When you have Mirage next store and Bellagio next door, two very good sports books, you either have to try to compete or just abandon it.
Caesars does neither and just half asses it, very obviously. Plenty of big screens and lots of bets,,relax and enjoy! Well I don't really "do" sports betting so I have no clue what a 5 star rating would mean, but this place is pretty nice and we've got a system down now for March Madness. The sitting areas are spacious and comfortable, and if you're willing to get there early like 4am early you can stake out a good area for the whole tournament.
The screens are huge and the waitresses are quick to come around. Make sure to get your drink tickets when you place your bets!
You can also do some crafty betting on the horse races and get drink tickets that way. It's close to the bathrooms and food court so it's really a great spot to watch the games when you're in Vegas, so check it out! Not only was the environment great, but the large setup and the organization of seats, TV'S, and electronics boards were perfect.
However, when I arrived, I notice everything had changed. The sports book area seems to have shrunk in size due to the bar that was installed. Great nice bar, but it really took away from all the seats that were set in the area. It seems as though there are less seats and the ones that are available have terrible views of the TV projectors, you have to basically sit with your head looking straight up since the seats were moved forward because of the bar space.
The majority of people were standing or sitting on railings because there were no more seats as well as getting a good view of the TVs. Also, the electronic boards have been placed on an opposite wall of the TVs which makes it even harder to see. I still love the environment of the Caesar's Palace sports book but I think I might try another whenever I visit Vegas again.
In my opinion, it's no longer the best Sports Book in Vegas. Claim this business to view business statistics, receive messages from prospective customers, and respond to reviews. Needs a bigger board for lines and a cattle prod for tourists who don't know how to bet or read the board. Sign Up Log In. Oops, we can't find your location.
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Party packages include an open bar of domestic beer and well drinks, plus a food menu that includes nachos, hot dogs, pretzels, peanuts and other munchies.