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 971 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Great Girls Getaway!
Stay Date: 06/2017, abbymccuen wrote this review.
My two girlfriends and I spent the weekend at Nobu (6/15-6/18). The visit was fantastic. I'm fortunate to travel a lot and this is hands down some of the best service I've ever experienced. The staff was attentive and kind. The hotel is tucked away i… See more
My two girlfriends and I spent the weekend at Nobu (6/15-6/18). The visit was fantastic. I'm fortunate to travel a lot and this is hands down some of the best service I've ever experienced. The staff was attentive and kind. The hotel is tucked away in the massive Caesars Palace. It has resort amenities with the quiet smallness of a boutique hotel. The hotel is easily accessible from the entrance of CP. The beds were unbelievably comfortable, the bathroom was beautiful and our room had a great view of the strip. We had a freak accident Friday night as we were heading out-my friends and I got stuck in elevator B. After a 25 minute wait, we were rescued by the Clark County Fire Department. The staff greeted us as we came out of the elevator. They were apologetic and very accommodating! It could have happened to anyone honestly! The event was the talk of the hotel and made for a fun Vegas story. The manager treated us to dinner and we gladly accepted! Dinner was fantastic. If you get a chance, eat at the Nobu restaurant. The food was great and the service was even better. The only reason I gave Nobu 4 out of 5-we were blindsided by a resort fee at checkout. I realize that Resort Fees are very common, especially in Vegas. I'm completely okay with paying a resort fee. And between my friends and I, $119 was very reasonable! Caesars' offers a TON of amenities. The pools are a blast! And the many restaurants and casinos means that you don't ever have to leave! However, when checking in, this fee was NEVER mentioned. In fact, when we presented a credit card at check in, the desk clerk said that it was "simply for incidentals". Once we got to our room, we tried to connect to the wifi. It's pretty steep at $14.99 for 24 hours. We opted not to pay and just suffered through with slow data. We later found out that the wifi was included in the resort fee. Had we known, we would have taken advantage of it! Now we know about the fee and will plan ahead next time. I wish the clerk would have been up front about it. These resort fees seem to be taboo to talk about when booking and checking into a hotel. Having said all this, I would ABSOLUTELY stay at Nobu again! We had a wonderful trip and owe it to the folks at Nobu! Collapse
Wonderful boutique hotel inside of Ceasar's Palace
Stay Date: 06/2017, rnapolitano wrote this review.
I attended a conference at Caesar's Palace and my company's travel software booked me at Nobu. What a pleasant surprise! The first thing I noticed on finding the hotel entrance (which is on Nobu Way - look for signs in the casino) was the amazing sc… See more
I attended a conference at Caesar's Palace and my company's travel software booked me at Nobu. What a pleasant surprise! The first thing I noticed on finding the hotel entrance (which is on Nobu Way - look for signs in the casino) was the amazing scent in the air--it was floral and lovely and I relaxed immediately. There is a small desk by the elevators where I was able to check in, but the main desk is on the second floor. They waived an early check in fee that I was quoted when I requested the room and I was in my room by noon! The room itself (mine had a king bed) is very lovely, with a Japanese aesthetic that is clear but not overwhelming. Beyond the usual amenities, robes (both terry and lightweight versions) and slippers are provided, there is a safe, the TV is very large, there are ample ports/plugs for charging devices, and the lights are all dimmable. There is tons of storage space for clothing and ample hangers, iron/board, and shoe care kit in the closet. Turn down service was provided, which was a lovely touch. There is no desk, but there is a spacious couch for lounging and a coffee table where you can work. There is no in-room coffee (the usual for Vegas) but free coffee/tea is provided on the second floor in the mornings. The bathroom is amazing - huge basin sink, separate vanity area, and a fully-tiled, walk-in shower (no tub, door, or curtains). There was a large shower head and hand-held sprayer, which can be used together or individually. The toiletries provided were of very good quality. The only (slight) downside is that the vanity mirror is directly opposite the shower, so you see yourself in all your "glory" while you shower. The elevators require a card to enter from the lobby, which I appreciated as a security feature. The elevators are fancy--you scan your card and use a touchpad outside the elevator to choose a floor (there are no buttons inside the elevator). My room had a view of the strip and I loved it, but I could hear music during most of the day (it quieted down at night). If you want a quieter room go for an interior view. Overall, I loved my stay and will be back with my husband soon! Collapse
Nobu is Amazing
Stay Date: 06/2017, Wonderdiva wrote this review.
The staff is wonderful! Every need I had was taking care of. Loved the personalities of the people that work here. Everyone was so nice! My room was beautiful. Bed super comfortable too. If your going to Vegas make sure you stay at Nobu.
The staff is wonderful! Every need I had was taking care of. Loved the personalities of the people that work here. Everyone was so nice! My room was beautiful. Bed super comfortable too. If your going to Vegas make sure you stay at Nobu. Collapse
Birthday weekend in Vegas
Stay Date: 06/2017, Joanna M wrote this review.
The Nobu Hotel is tucked inside Caesar's Palace, right across from the Montecristo Cigar Bar. The hotel is very zen, with a spa like scent permeating the rooms. Staff was very friendly and helpful and we attended a complimentary social hour one eve… See more
The Nobu Hotel is tucked inside Caesar's Palace, right across from the Montecristo Cigar Bar. The hotel is very zen, with a spa like scent permeating the rooms. Staff was very friendly and helpful and we attended a complimentary social hour one evening that included drinks. We stayed in a King Deluxe with a lovely walk in shower. Comfortable bed but awful marshmallow pillows. The scale in the bathroom was definitely overkill! Unfortunately we were awakened one night by the fire drill, and you had to sign in every 24 hours for wifi service. Caesar's was a massive complex and confusing to navigate with the casinos cigarette smell permeating much of the main floor. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, amackay300 wrote this review.
My stay at Nobu was short but Amazing to say the least. I loved having the intimacy of being in a boutique hotel but also having the amenities of a of a mega resort in Las Vegas. Alex Carnot was particularly amazing. Everything I needed or had questi… See more
My stay at Nobu was short but Amazing to say the least. I loved having the intimacy of being in a boutique hotel but also having the amenities of a of a mega resort in Las Vegas. Alex Carnot was particularly amazing. Everything I needed or had questions about he was right there to help. Really made my stay that much better. Collapse
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