Probably no current LV poker room has fallen further than Caesars. For years it was the premier place to play cash or tourneys. It sported a spacious contained rooms.
The descent began with the opening of the Omnia Nightclub 6 1/2 years ago leading to the closing of the replacement of a closed space with the current poker corral--open to the noise, smoke & chaos of the casino floor. But it get worse. The tables are crammed so close together that you are guaranteed to get bumped frequently.
And imagine playing poker on a glass or slate surface. The felt on the tables is so worn that you cannot pick up your cards without long fingernails.
The chips are worn, cheap, small, and include 2 colors that blend together. When I mistakenly called a 1200 bet (tourney) with 1600 due to the similarity of the 100 and 500 chips, the dealer chided me for the error.
I wouldn't play at Caesars again if it was the last poker room in Vegas. Fortunately there are many better places to play.