Beautiful room with nice chairs, tables, lighting. I'd give it a 5 if not for the location which is set off by a hallway from the sports book....wish there was a way to open up a wall so you could get more railbirds and tourists to play some limit in here.
I played one noon tourney and a few hours of 3/6 when it was open. (by the way 3/6 was not available at night when I stayed here...just in the afternoons...probably suffocated by the tournaments which were regularly drawing 50-90 players) The 3/6 players were tourists who were loose passive with a few beginners...fun conditions to play...everyone was nice. I found the tournament players to be (with only a couple of exceptions) solid abc players and I found that to be a pleasant surprise. This was my first caesars tourney, for me, one of the longer formats I've played (i usually do the local daily small tourney bingo fests) and really enjoyed myself...too bad I busted at 13/90 when I got short-stacked and my 1010 ran into KK. I give it a 4 for the tourist 3/6 players but a 2 for the tourney players...so overall 3.
All dealers were very courteous and friendly...very patient with our limit table that included beginners.
Very efficient and friendly service. Great service even at the tournament tables.
Management was very courteous and the tournaments were run very well!
Typical Harrah's comps...rake is high for Harrah's as others have posted...so overall average.