Nobu Hotel at Caesar's Palace
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- 98%Art & Design Lovers
- 75%Luxury Travelers
- 55%Business Travelers
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- Nobu Hotel at Caesar's PalaceMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Feb 02, 2014
Luxurious is the first word that comes to my mind when speaking about Nobu Hotel. On my visit to Nobu Hotel the staff totally made me feel like a rock star with their warm smiles and wonderful hospitality. I wish I was treated this way every single day. If you are guests at the hotel they take you up in your own elevator that is different from the Caesar's Palace Hotel area. The rooms are amazing! Great views with a mix of old and new japanese style. When you step into these rooms you get a feeling of luxury and poshness. You have a mini bar that's fit for a Queen, with chips, dip and even a bottle of one with glasses. There is also his and her robes and the best smelling lotion in the world!
The pool is shared with Caesar's Palace which is a wonderful pool, but it would be nice if there was a separate one. There is the bakanal buffet which is delicious, and various restaurants to chose from as well as gaming activities, nightlife, and shopping all under one roof!Recommended for:
- Nobu Hotel at Caesar's PalaceMember ofLuxury TravelersFoodiesWellness+ 4First to ReviewNov 16, 2013
I like how secluded this place is after I walked through crowded touristy Caesar's Palace. It is so quiet throughout the small property.
Has anyone ever asked why their front desk is smaller than a restroom? Anyway guys working there are cute.
Internet is super fast but beware that your resort fee only entitles you one device per room. My phone was stolen by a cab driver so I bought a new phone in Vegas. Connected it to the Internet so I could finish setting it up and it ended up costing me $14.99. Are you kidding me?
Beside that, check in at front desk was extremely fast, about 2 mins. But if you try to call them, it might take eternity. This is the first hotel I've stayed at in Vegas that would send someone to your room to give you a tour.
The best part is their room service. I don't know who personally cleaned my room. (they will leave a print note in your room addressed by your room's assistant but I forgot her name..) She folded my clothes and even put the cap back onto the toothpaste. Definitely paid a lot of attention to details.
But I will not stay there again. This place just doesn't stand out in Vegas.Recommended for:
Named Best Boutique Hotel by Vegas Seven, Nobu Hotel inside Caesars Palace emanates style and sophistication. Featuring contemporary and traditional Japanese artwork, and sleek décor with splashes of gold and purple, the spacious and luxurious Las Vegas hotel does not disappoint. Exclusive room amenities include exotic-scented sleep oils and tea. Guests also have personalized concierge assistance and priority access to Nobu Restaurant. Nobu redefines both elegance and service.
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Free Parking
- Free Hi Speed Internet
- TV In Room
- Air Conditioning
- Electronic Room Keys
- In-House Bar
- Parking Garage
- In-House Dining
- Wake Up Service
- Coffee & Tea Maker
- Mini Bar In Room
- Valet Parking
- Outdoor Pool