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Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Location, Very Clean, Good Choice The Nobu Hotel is a separate hotel within Ceasar's Palace. The entrance is located near Cleopatra's barge off the main casino. Very centrally located. For being right in the middle of the action, the room was very quiet (although we stayed during the week.) We asked for a room with a view and got a view of the strip from about 6 floors up. Higher rooms are better views. Rooms are contemporary Asian style with all new features. The bed was one of the most comfortable I've ever slept in. Overall, a very good choice in the center of all the action. May 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by is great Nobu Hotel rooms just O.K. For only being approximately 8 months old since this tower was redone the rooms are nothing special... bathrooms are nice ! November 6, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Zero stars I merely chose Nobu just because of the supposed star rating that it had received by, but what a mistake. By far the worst hotel I have ever been to in Vegas. A small, one attendant lobby to check in and check out. I figured that who ever booked from a third party travel agency only got the lower floors, and in no way would you be able to get a room with a better view other than to see the terrible casino roof top, I rather have the blinds closed. Horrible staff and service, I won't go back, I got a bunch more to say about how terrible my stay was but just take it from me don't go there, much better options for nearly same price. August 26, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great new hotel within an outdated resort We enjoyed our stay in the new Nobu hotel, but did not enjoy our overall experience on the Caesar's property, which is in definite need of a remodel. The hotel and restaurant and its immediate area within Caesar's is modern and upscale. Service at check in was helpful & fast, and they let us check in 1/2 an hour early (though the super-late check in time - 4pm - and fairly early check out time - 11am - is pretty irritating). The room itself was very nice, quite large though not suite-like, and the decor was asian-fusion modern. View of rooftops during the day, but nice lights on the Strip at night. Very comfortable bed and bedding. Nice big-screen TV, super easy to attach our iPad and play music through the TV's speakers. Only one device could use the wi-fi, which is kind of silly, especially considering the so-called "resort fee" - this is not free wi-fi, it's mandatory-pay wi-fi. I really loved the bathroom, which was large & nicely decorated. My one complaint there was that the excellent vanity lighting within the mirror was over the sink instead of over the makeup vanity - that seemed like a mistake. Also, you can see raw plywood behind the shelf under the sink when you bend down to get a towel - definitely didn't fit the standard they were going for. We did not receive any access to the spa, nor did we receive any kind of welcome cookies or tea or whatever. I guess they're phasing out these bonuses. We did eat dinner at Nobu restaurant and were quite pleased, though the feel was more casual than we expected (tables crowded together) and the dishes were not as amazing as I had hoped - our expectations were too high, I guess. The service at the restaurant was perfect, though. Finally, our experience with the rest of the property was quite disappointing. This casino is tired, it doesn't feel exciting to be there, and has a distinct low-end vibe. The shopping area feels like a regular suburban mall with a few high-end stores. I had no desire to shop there. The restaurants (except Nobu & a steak place near there) and food court ranged from nothing special to something I could find at the mall. I will not return to this property until the whole place has a complete makeover. The little island of modern Nobu is nice, but unless you plan to leave the property to gamble, shop, or enjoy the nightlife, I would wait until the rest of Caesar's catches up with Nobu. July 8, 2013
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