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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 1692 reviews
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
Small Things Go Along Way
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
My wife and I are staying here at Nobu for our 11th anniversary. We were surprised with champagne and a nice hand written card. There are a lot of small touches they do here that sets them apart. The...More
- Trail36012122211
My wife and I are staying here at Nobu for our 11th anniversary. We were surprised with champagne and a nice hand written card. There are a lot of small touches they do here that sets them apart. The room is plush, particularly the bathroom.
Oasis of tranquility
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
What an amazing surprise. On my last stay at Caesars, i stayed at the Nobu Hotel inside the Caesars complex. From the minute that you are welcomed, to the duration of your stay. Everything is...More
- gatsby1961
What an amazing surprise. On my last stay at Caesars, i stayed at the Nobu Hotel inside the Caesars complex. From the minute that you are welcomed, to the duration of your stay. Everything is peaceful, quiet, personalized and of high quality. You have your personal concierge available at all time with one simple text. The rooms are spacious and the bathroom could actually be a second room. Once u are n the room, you cannot feel the Vegas frenzy, have time to recharge your battery and get ready to party again once you get out. Highly recommended.
Nobu review
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
Recently we visited Las Vegas during the rodeo finals. We decided to stay at the Nobu hotel since it we close to the Nobu restaurant, one of our favorites. We were meeting my sister and niece for...More
- fosschartermi
Recently we visited Las Vegas during the rodeo finals. We decided to stay at the Nobu hotel since it we close to the Nobu restaurant, one of our favorites. We were meeting my sister and niece for dinner and a show that evening at 5:00 at the MGM. On arrival we were told the room would not be ready until 4:00. and we could wait in the lounge. While sitting there another couple was there for a conference where the gentleman was covering a booth beginning at 3 pm. He went into the lounge bathroom to change and left his luggage with his wife. At ~3:30 my wife asked if she should go to the lounge bathroom to get ready (the front desk had announced that the room may not be ready until 4-6pm). I then went to the front desk and asked for any room that may be available. Apparently we had booked a king and were given a room with two queens.To be checked in so late was upsetting to us. I did ask to talk to a manager, who explained that many people could, by paying for an additional day, check out at 4pm. This really seems like double booking to me. The manager did send macaroons for Nobu for our trouble and I did appreciate that. The room itself was very nice, with touches that reminded me of Frank Lloyd Wright. Must have been his Japanese experience. With the disagreeable checkin experience ( which is standard and regularly occurring at this facility) we will probably not stay here again.
Great value for money
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
The Hotel is located inside the Ceasars Palace Hotel, so don't walk to the general check in area, they cannot check you in, you need to walk directly to the Noby Hotel (it is a Hotel inside the...More
- TNL33
The Hotel is located inside the Ceasars Palace Hotel, so don't walk to the general check in area, they cannot check you in, you need to walk directly to the Noby Hotel (it is a Hotel inside the Hotel).The style is very classy and you feel the luxery when you enter the small private "lobby" The rooms are of a great quality compared to the price and the staff and service and feel is worth every bit of the price.The location is the best you can get, right in the middle of everything and I cannot find anything I didnt enjoy about my stay. They do charge the Resort fee which it total BS, but almost all hotels on the Strip does this, so they are no different from the others.
Iconic spot, kind of overcrowded
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
It's always fun to walk through this iconic spot but its's dated and crowded and with it's low ceilings smoky and a little claustrophobic for my tastes. We stayed at the Nobu Hotel which is inside...More
- doncusick
It's always fun to walk through this iconic spot but its's dated and crowded and with it's low ceilings smoky and a little claustrophobic for my tastes. We stayed at the Nobu Hotel which is inside Caesars Palace and while it was quite nice and quiet, the instant you leave the elevators it's a full on people assault. Nobu and Mr. Chow are in there,. two great places to eat, but in Las Vegas you can say that about almost every big hotel.
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Small Things Go Along Way
My wife and I are staying here at Nobu for our 11th anniversary. We were surprised with champagne and a nice hand written card. There are a lot of small touches they do here that sets them apart. The...More
Trail36012122211
My wife and I are staying here at Nobu for our 11th anniversary. We were surprised with champagne and a nice hand written card. There are a lot of small touches they do here that sets them apart. The room is plush, particularly the bathroom.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Oasis of tranquility
What an amazing surprise. On my last stay at Caesars, i stayed at the Nobu Hotel inside the Caesars complex. From the minute that you are welcomed, to the duration of your stay. Everything is...More
gatsby1961
What an amazing surprise. On my last stay at Caesars, i stayed at the Nobu Hotel inside the Caesars complex. From the minute that you are welcomed, to the duration of your stay. Everything is peaceful, quiet, personalized and of high quality. You have your personal concierge available at all time with one simple text. The rooms are spacious and the bathroom could actually be a second room. Once u are n the room, you cannot feel the Vegas frenzy, have time to recharge your battery and get ready to party again once you get out. Highly recommended.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Nobu review
Recently we visited Las Vegas during the rodeo finals. We decided to stay at the Nobu hotel since it we close to the Nobu restaurant, one of our favorites. We were meeting my sister and niece for...More
fosschartermi
Recently we visited Las Vegas during the rodeo finals. We decided to stay at the Nobu hotel since it we close to the Nobu restaurant, one of our favorites. We were meeting my sister and niece for dinner and a show that evening at 5:00 at the MGM. On arrival we were told the room would not be ready until 4:00. and we could wait in the lounge. While sitting there another couple was there for a conference where the gentleman was covering a booth beginning at 3 pm. He went into the lounge bathroom to change and left his luggage with his wife. At ~3:30 my wife asked if she should go to the lounge bathroom to get ready (the front desk had announced that the room may not be ready until 4-6pm). I then went to the front desk and asked for any room that may be available. Apparently we had booked a king and were given a room with two queens.To be checked in so late was upsetting to us. I did ask to talk to a manager, who explained that many people could, by paying for an additional day, check out at 4pm. This really seems like double booking to me. The manager did send macaroons for Nobu for our trouble and I did appreciate that. The room itself was very nice, with touches that reminded me of Frank Lloyd Wright. Must have been his Japanese experience. With the disagreeable checkin experience ( which is standard and regularly occurring at this facility) we will probably not stay here again.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Great value for money
The Hotel is located inside the Ceasars Palace Hotel, so don't walk to the general check in area, they cannot check you in, you need to walk directly to the Noby Hotel (it is a Hotel inside the...More
TNL33
The Hotel is located inside the Ceasars Palace Hotel, so don't walk to the general check in area, they cannot check you in, you need to walk directly to the Noby Hotel (it is a Hotel inside the Hotel).The style is very classy and you feel the luxery when you enter the small private "lobby" The rooms are of a great quality compared to the price and the staff and service and feel is worth every bit of the price.The location is the best you can get, right in the middle of everything and I cannot find anything I didnt enjoy about my stay. They do charge the Resort fee which it total BS, but almost all hotels on the Strip does this, so they are no different from the others.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Iconic spot, kind of overcrowded
It's always fun to walk through this iconic spot but its's dated and crowded and with it's low ceilings smoky and a little claustrophobic for my tastes. We stayed at the Nobu Hotel which is inside...More
doncusick
It's always fun to walk through this iconic spot but its's dated and crowded and with it's low ceilings smoky and a little claustrophobic for my tastes. We stayed at the Nobu Hotel which is inside Caesars Palace and while it was quite nice and quiet, the instant you leave the elevators it's a full on people assault. Nobu and Mr. Chow are in there,. two great places to eat, but in Las Vegas you can say that about almost every big hotel.