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Swinging open the door reveals that the 409 shine takes the form of plush bedding, a large armoire, sparse metal framed glass topped desk, and copious amounts of salmon-pink Arabescato marble surrounding the large jacuzzi tub and countertops. It's apparent that the only things that have changed here from it's days under the flag of Caesars is the furnishings. The rest of the stuff is vintage Caesars Tahoe. I guess now is as good a time as any to mention that I didn't record a video walkthrough for this room.
Shortly after we arrived, Miss Mo called down to hotel reception to inquire about the goodies for the dog package that were promised in the package. The receptionist didn't know anything about it at first, then after asking a co-worker said that someone would deliver the stuff to the room shortly.
About 15 minutes later there was a knock at the door, a porter carrying a 14" tall dog bowl filled with food. He handed it to Mrs. Mo and left. We put the bowl on the floor and watched Maxine circle it bewildered. The dog bowl was about three or four inches taller than she is.
We called down and asked for a smaller bowl, which they delivered an hour or so later. We exchanged the food to the smaller bowl to realize that the nuggets are for "large dogs" and too big Maxine to eat. We called again, to be told that the food we got is all there is. Plus, there were no Montbleu dog tags, doggie door hanger, doggie bed or any of the other stuff they had promised, save the "dog park" out by the parking lot.
I was willing to let it go, and forget about it until Mrs. Mo mentioned that they charged us an extra $100 for all this stuff. Pet friendly? No. Pet profiteering? Totally.