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NOBU HOTEL AT CAESARS PALACE LAS VEGAS

Nobu Hotel Las Vegas Reviews
Average Tripadvisor rating for Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
Average Rating Based on 2160 reviews
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
Exquisite Boutique Hotel
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
Visited September 2019, and was extremely happy. A boutique-type hotel within the sprawling Caesars Palace. A huge room (they say corner rooms are larger, apparently), spotless bathroom, and the most...More
- Paul B
Visited September 2019, and was extremely happy. A boutique-type hotel within the sprawling Caesars Palace. A huge room (they say corner rooms are larger, apparently), spotless bathroom, and the most comfortable bed ever. Huge thanks to every single member of staff - housekeeping, security, room service, front desk - who were all so nice, helpful and dedicated. Will return in a heartbeat.
Elite Accomodations
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
Nobu inside of Caesars Palace is a top notch Hotel right in the center of Caesars. Very conveniently located. They have their own check in right at the elevators that take you to your floor. They...More
- Steve D
Nobu inside of Caesars Palace is a top notch Hotel right in the center of Caesars. Very conveniently located. They have their own check in right at the elevators that take you to your floor. They staff that area it seemed like all of the time. They were always friendly and helpful. The elevators were very upscale, no advertisements on the walls like all of the other casinos. The beds are awesome, so comfortable! The bathroom was very nice with a separate vanity area. The only thing missing was a makeup mirror. They also have their own work out area in this tower. We will definitely return to Nobu Hotel.
Nobu
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
I liked most everyhing about the stay except for the bed. It was low to the ground and very uncomfortable. The gaming on the machines were a bit tight on payout, but, there was not too much smoke...More
- Mike W
I liked most everyhing about the stay except for the bed. It was low to the ground and very uncomfortable. The gaming on the machines were a bit tight on payout, but, there was not too much smoke. They didn't tell us bforehand all the pools were closed (which was one of the ings I was looking forward too)
Solid Experience--Good Rate
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
I love checking out different (luxury) hotels so Nobu was definitely on my list for my quick visit to Las Vegas. I spent one night which I felt was adequate to get a good feel on how this hotel is...More
- matthewr613
I love checking out different (luxury) hotels so Nobu was definitely on my list for my quick visit to Las Vegas. I spent one night which I felt was adequate to get a good feel on how this hotel is and whether it is recommendable or not. First, I'd say that overall this is a very solid hotel with some good points to it. Is it truly "five stars" along the lines of other ones in Las Vegas such as Wynn or Four Seasons? Probably not--but not too far from it overall. First, the rate I got was a very good deal which was great. I was able to check in on a Wednesday around 3:30 and the room was ready. (The Nobu and Caesar's Palace have an official check-in time of 4:00 which is later than others--not cool.) The room itself was ample-sized, cute Japanese-style decor (very minimalist) with a GREAT bed/high quality bedding. Air conditioner worked excellently (I like it chilly!) and luxurious Natura Bisse bathroom amenities. (Love them!) Also, the quality of the towels was definitely five star hotel-caliber--also a major plus for Nobu. Room was extremely clean and the bathroom very large. Wish it had a soaking tub like other five star hotels but...oh well. The only main thing I did not like about the room was that it looked out on an air conditioning unit or some other type of machinery which was very ugly but I suppose someone has to have "that room". I will say though that it did have a good view of the Las Vegas "Eiffel Tower" so it could have been worse. The check-out is especially early (considering the check-in is also an hour later than most hotels) and you have to be out at 11:00. I asked for a late check-in and the front desk guy gave me until noon which was fine--I appreciated it. Nobu also has a great texting service where someone (Ivy?) helped get me additional bathroom toiletries which came up right away. I also requested a turn down service but it hadn't shown up by the time I went to bed--they came later but I had already put the privacy sign up--oh well. Why only 4 stars then instead of 5? Well, besides the stupid check-in/check-out hours being 4:00 p.m. and 11:00 a.m. (the 11:00 a.m. is somewhat common in Las Vegas unfortunately, although again, not at the Four Seasons or Wynn, but the 4:00 p.m. check-out seems to be unique to Nobu/Caesar's Palace)--the main reason is that Nobu lists itself as a "VIP Access" hotel on Orbitz/Expedia. However, despite being Platinum level with Orbitz, Nobu's idea of "VIP Access" is to give you two free drinks at the Nobu restaurant. No room upgrade, etc, etc. Typically a room upgrade (based on availability) is what is offered or something similarly substantive for Platinum Orbitz/Expedia members and so two free drinks (wasn't sure what type of drinks they could be--just soda, wine, or beer? I don't drink anyway) doesn't quite stack up. So, to be more aligned to reality I'd say Nobu shouldn't list itself as a "VIP Access" hotel on Orbitz or Expedia--as it leads to what I'd consider unmet expectations in that regard. Overall, lots of positives (bathroom amenities, plush towels, great, plush bed, good air conditioning, responsive texting service) along with some cons. Would I recommend the hotel? Yes--if you get a good rate. I'd return--just keep my expectations in order.
Nobu Hotel inside Caesar
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
The room at the Nobu was small and laid out poorly.. Disappointing for the price. Casino and restaurants continue to please. Dealers could be more engaging with the players and not be so grumpy...More
- bgarner979
The room at the Nobu was small and laid out poorly.. Disappointing for the price. Casino and restaurants continue to please. Dealers could be more engaging with the players and not be so grumpy and condescending
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Exquisite Boutique Hotel
Visited September 2019, and was extremely happy. A boutique-type hotel within the sprawling Caesars Palace. A huge room (they say corner rooms are larger, apparently), spotless bathroom, and the most...More
Paul B
Visited September 2019, and was extremely happy. A boutique-type hotel within the sprawling Caesars Palace. A huge room (they say corner rooms are larger, apparently), spotless bathroom, and the most comfortable bed ever. Huge thanks to every single member of staff - housekeeping, security, room service, front desk - who were all so nice, helpful and dedicated. Will return in a heartbeat.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Elite Accomodations
Nobu inside of Caesars Palace is a top notch Hotel right in the center of Caesars. Very conveniently located. They have their own check in right at the elevators that take you to your floor. They...More
Steve D
Nobu inside of Caesars Palace is a top notch Hotel right in the center of Caesars. Very conveniently located. They have their own check in right at the elevators that take you to your floor. They staff that area it seemed like all of the time. They were always friendly and helpful. The elevators were very upscale, no advertisements on the walls like all of the other casinos. The beds are awesome, so comfortable! The bathroom was very nice with a separate vanity area. The only thing missing was a makeup mirror. They also have their own work out area in this tower. We will definitely return to Nobu Hotel.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Nobu
I liked most everyhing about the stay except for the bed. It was low to the ground and very uncomfortable. The gaming on the machines were a bit tight on payout, but, there was not too much smoke...More
Mike W
I liked most everyhing about the stay except for the bed. It was low to the ground and very uncomfortable. The gaming on the machines were a bit tight on payout, but, there was not too much smoke. They didn't tell us bforehand all the pools were closed (which was one of the ings I was looking forward too)
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Solid Experience--Good Rate
I love checking out different (luxury) hotels so Nobu was definitely on my list for my quick visit to Las Vegas. I spent one night which I felt was adequate to get a good feel on how this hotel is...More
matthewr613
I love checking out different (luxury) hotels so Nobu was definitely on my list for my quick visit to Las Vegas. I spent one night which I felt was adequate to get a good feel on how this hotel is and whether it is recommendable or not. First, I'd say that overall this is a very solid hotel with some good points to it. Is it truly "five stars" along the lines of other ones in Las Vegas such as Wynn or Four Seasons? Probably not--but not too far from it overall. First, the rate I got was a very good deal which was great. I was able to check in on a Wednesday around 3:30 and the room was ready. (The Nobu and Caesar's Palace have an official check-in time of 4:00 which is later than others--not cool.) The room itself was ample-sized, cute Japanese-style decor (very minimalist) with a GREAT bed/high quality bedding. Air conditioner worked excellently (I like it chilly!) and luxurious Natura Bisse bathroom amenities. (Love them!) Also, the quality of the towels was definitely five star hotel-caliber--also a major plus for Nobu. Room was extremely clean and the bathroom very large. Wish it had a soaking tub like other five star hotels but...oh well. The only main thing I did not like about the room was that it looked out on an air conditioning unit or some other type of machinery which was very ugly but I suppose someone has to have "that room". I will say though that it did have a good view of the Las Vegas "Eiffel Tower" so it could have been worse. The check-out is especially early (considering the check-in is also an hour later than most hotels) and you have to be out at 11:00. I asked for a late check-in and the front desk guy gave me until noon which was fine--I appreciated it. Nobu also has a great texting service where someone (Ivy?) helped get me additional bathroom toiletries which came up right away. I also requested a turn down service but it hadn't shown up by the time I went to bed--they came later but I had already put the privacy sign up--oh well. Why only 4 stars then instead of 5? Well, besides the stupid check-in/check-out hours being 4:00 p.m. and 11:00 a.m. (the 11:00 a.m. is somewhat common in Las Vegas unfortunately, although again, not at the Four Seasons or Wynn, but the 4:00 p.m. check-out seems to be unique to Nobu/Caesar's Palace)--the main reason is that Nobu lists itself as a "VIP Access" hotel on Orbitz/Expedia. However, despite being Platinum level with Orbitz, Nobu's idea of "VIP Access" is to give you two free drinks at the Nobu restaurant. No room upgrade, etc, etc. Typically a room upgrade (based on availability) is what is offered or something similarly substantive for Platinum Orbitz/Expedia members and so two free drinks (wasn't sure what type of drinks they could be--just soda, wine, or beer? I don't drink anyway) doesn't quite stack up. So, to be more aligned to reality I'd say Nobu shouldn't list itself as a "VIP Access" hotel on Orbitz or Expedia--as it leads to what I'd consider unmet expectations in that regard. Overall, lots of positives (bathroom amenities, plush towels, great, plush bed, good air conditioning, responsive texting service) along with some cons. Would I recommend the hotel? Yes--if you get a good rate. I'd return--just keep my expectations in order.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Nobu Hotel inside Caesar
The room at the Nobu was small and laid out poorly.. Disappointing for the price. Casino and restaurants continue to please. Dealers could be more engaging with the players and not be so grumpy...More
bgarner979
The room at the Nobu was small and laid out poorly.. Disappointing for the price. Casino and restaurants continue to please. Dealers could be more engaging with the players and not be so grumpy and condescending