Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace
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Famously crafted by Robert DeNiro and Chef Nobu, the fabulous Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is a luxurious choice of accommodation set in the heart of Las Vegas’ entertainment district. Try your luck by visiting one of Vegas’ top casinos, admire the Red Rock Canyon or indulge in a spot of retail therapy during your stay.
All of the guest rooms at the Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace feature contemporary design and traditional Japanese artwork, and include a range of additional amenities to help you feel at home. Amenities include personalised concierge assistance, priority access to the world’s largest Nobu restaurant and an exotic range of herbal oils and teas.
After a busy day of exploring the local area, guests can cool down in the swimming pool or work out in the Nobu fitness centre. Alternatively, tuck into a delicious array of Asian cuisine at the Nobu Restaurant or indulge in a luxury treatment at the QUA Baths & Spa.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Concierge Desk
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Hair salon
- Name: McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas)
- Distance: 4.4 kilometres
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Mccarran International Airport (Las Vegas) Distance: 4.4 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 795 reviews
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Great Experience at Nobu Hotel
Stay Date: 01/2017, Ldenny818 wrote this review.
My partner and i recently stayed at Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace for the long MLK weekend. I enjoyed the experience thoroughly. The Nobu Hotel is tucked away in the massive Caesar's Casino and a bit of a walk from the self parking area. However, I ca… See more
My partner and i recently stayed at Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace for the long MLK weekend. I enjoyed the experience thoroughly. The Nobu Hotel is tucked away in the massive Caesar's Casino and a bit of a walk from the self parking area. However, I can't say enough of the experience which actually began a few days before we arrived. Guest Services sent an email five days before arrival to introduce themselves and ask if they could do anything to make our stay more pleasant, I asked for a reservation to Nobu Restaurant ( I had looked online and there was nothing available for the evening I wanted) but Guest Services was able to confirm my table and the time I wanted, which I thought was impressive. We were met at the entrance by Guest Services, who offered to help with our luggage and called up to the reception desk to make sure someone was there to check us in, The check in process was quick and efficient, all the while done with a smile and calling me by name. We were given room 7909 which is on the 9th floor of the hotel tower. The elevators are totally so different and smart; there are no buttons inside. They know where you want to go! The room was large, spotless and totally upscale. There was a personal card from guest services addressed to me in person (although they had my gender incorrect even though I had emailed them and corrected it before arrival). There was also a bento box with carmel corn and other goodies which was a great touch. The TV was great; large and HD while the decor was modern Japanese, complete with robes and slippers. The bathroom and shower were quite modern and the rainhead shower was wonderful. The bath products were plentiful and upscale as were the towels and two sets of robes. Each night there was a turndown service with a bathroom and room refresh. I loved that added touch. The was ok; it looked over the top of the Caesars Casino but you could definitely see the action on the strip. Overall, a great experience out of the madness of Caesar's Palace. It was so quiet in the room, you forgot totally where you were. I would definitely recommend the Nobu Hotel for an upscale stay in the middle of the chaos of Las Vegas! PROS Great Room,. Great Service CONS A long distance from self parking garage Collapse
Nobu Hotel, so many great things but ran into 1 problem.
Stay Date: 01/2017, rushlock702 wrote this review.
I got invited by a company to stay in Vegas. They booked me to stay at Nobu. I never knew other hotels were inside if you want something more private or special. When we arrived we parked in the park guest parking. It was busy and we parked on th… See more
I got invited by a company to stay in Vegas. They booked me to stay at Nobu. I never knew other hotels were inside if you want something more private or special. When we arrived we parked in the park guest parking. It was busy and we parked on the top floor. We walked to the elevator and there was a large group of people. We waited like 10 minutes and we started to wonder if the elevators were working. We decided to take the stairs when we noticed several guest taking them as saying the elevators did not work. I was shocked to see guest being helped by other guest with disabilities up and down the stairs. I have 1 prosthetic leg so it was a hassle to go down but I was glad i did not have my wheelchair with me this trip. When we arrived to the bottom floor the elevators were broken and no staff nor any signs were posted. I decided to tell security guard and he called back up and they started working on the elevators. I told them that guest were having issues outside and maybe they should post something or help them. I do not think he cared. While checking in and told the receptionist and she right away told her Supervisor. They apologized and he immediately got on the phone. Got the the room which was in the center of the big Resort at Caesars palace. The room was awesome. You walk in and you feel at ease. The view across from us was The Paris Casino. Amenities are great. They offered us a reservation and the Nobu restaurant and the ability to have priority if we choose to go. The hotel is basically in the middle of the Strip, great location. Great shopping locations and great restaurant choices. I noticed that if you have one of their loyalty cards you get treated different in the restaurants, casino, and resort. If you have the 2 top tiers you get treated like a king or queen. I guess they earned it so it made sense. I would wish they made me feel like coming back. It is like a once in a lifetime thing, that you have to try and make the best off. I can not wait to try the food at Nobu and enjoy the rest of my trip. If you want something special and get what you pay for stay here. Collapse
So many things so right.....
Stay Date: 01/2017, hledgerwood wrote this review.
How nice to get warm greetings at Valet check-in plus escort to entrance to Nobu. Staff exudes friendliness and welcoming charm. New computerized elevators are sleek and smooth operating. Actually, we only saw one other person utilizing the private… See more
How nice to get warm greetings at Valet check-in plus escort to entrance to Nobu. Staff exudes friendliness and welcoming charm. New computerized elevators are sleek and smooth operating. Actually, we only saw one other person utilizing the private Nobu elevators! The bellman was very efficient in getting us set up and familiarized with the electronics involved....ivy, the concierge for Nobu, tries very hard to be very available and efficient; she succeeds.....The bathroom is very Zen-like and comfortable. My only detracting factors are poor lighting for applying make-up, etc., and beds which are too soft.... view of Eiffel Tower and the famous Strip are enchanting. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2017, geslisond wrote this review.
It was a nice hotel but there was a cost to everything. You only got access to about 30 channels on TV, if you wanted to watch a movie it was $17.99 per movie. If you wanted to drink a coke it was $5. If you want internet it is $15 per 2 devices PE… See more
It was a nice hotel but there was a cost to everything. You only got access to about 30 channels on TV, if you wanted to watch a movie it was $17.99 per movie. If you wanted to drink a coke it was $5. If you want internet it is $15 per 2 devices PER DAY! The resort fee was $200 which is absurd considering I already paid almost $700 to stay in the hotel. And the cleaning lady kept touching our personal stuff and wrapping up our cords, moving our toothbrushes. I wasn't impressed. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2016, raya20172017 wrote this review.
I love the Nobu hotel, it was elegant and quaint. Its one step away from the restaurant and the Caesar's experience. Would definitely recommend! My husband and I went for a quick getaway and it was perfect. They offer free water all day and coffee… See more
I love the Nobu hotel, it was elegant and quaint. Its one step away from the restaurant and the Caesar's experience. Would definitely recommend! My husband and I went for a quick getaway and it was perfect. They offer free water all day and coffee in the morning. You can order roomservice from Nobu restaurant also. Collapse
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