Ratings based on 89 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom LA
Private in VegasPosted Jan 23, 2015
I loved the fact that it's a very private hotel inside of a normal vegas hotel with casino etc... This hotel is for people who want the vegas experience but also need a little escape and privacy!
by A verified traveler
Noisy thin walls, loads of problemsPosted Jan 20, 2015
Problems galore, nice but overwhelmed staff. Nobu food not as good as expected. Best thing is location. Could hear neighbor room conversations, every word, Thin walls. Noisy air conditioner. Smallest Vegas room we have seen in 10 visits. Uncomfortable. Can't recommend.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Peace & quiet in Cessars ! ?Posted Jan 16, 2015
Our experience at nobu was wonderful ! Quiet .. no ding ding ding of slot machines , and no smell of cigarette smoke :) Decor in hotel is fresh and modern . Staff were wonderful. It was a perk they had free coffee & unlimited bottled water. Would highly recommend it ;)
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom new york
NobuPosted Jan 4, 2015
It was good. Enjoyed the stay. It was worth traveling for the holidays.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Orange County, CA
OK facilities with excellent in-room dining menuPosted Dec 31, 2014
Pros: In-room dining
Cons: price of the rooms
Room interior was nothing to be impressed for a new, 5 star hotel. It is basically refurbished Caesar's Palace room. However the menu for the in-room dining was by far the best I experienced staying in Vegas.They are straight from the kitchen of Nobu restaurant it seemed.. May go back there just for the room service.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Huntington Beach, CA
Nobu Hotel just amazing, but the Ceasars...Posted Dec 24, 2014
We decided to experience the Nobu Hotel by a TV ad we watched. Since the hotel is inside the Ceasars Palace, it is a little confusing the check in but I guess the staff is used to, so then they made us feel amazing. The room was just as seen on TV. Unfortunately, the biggest con is that the Ceasars Palace is being remodel, and that's where the caos starts. The CP is a very old hotel that has lose its glam. All Nobu's peace and minimalism was gone as soon as you get to its Lobby: huge plywood walls at the casino area without directions, agh... Perhaps, they should move the Nobu hotel to the Bellagio, seems to me like a way better match...
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Manhattan Beach
Cool hotel within the CeasarsPosted Dec 16, 2014
Nice modern Japanese room, convenient to Forum shops, Nobu Restaurant downstairs, check-in much more private, quick and easy compared to Ceasar's mass wait.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Los Angeles
Nice place to stay.Posted Dec 1, 2014
Pros: Accessibility. Quiet feel, staff.
Cons: There was only a shower and no tub.
Location: Good location.
Nobu is part of Caesar's Palace, but it feels a bit like a separate hotel. It has a nice small gym and has excellent staff. It does not have it's own spa - the spa is part of Caesar's. The front desk is nice as it is away from the main Caesar's desk with easy check in and check out. The bell staff, front desk staff, and concierge are first rate. It is booked as a hotel without a casino - not exactly true. You have to go through Caesar's casino to get to the main elevators - so don't go there if you really want no casino and no smoke.
by A verified travelerfrom Texas
Very disappointed. All show but no real quality.Posted Nov 25, 2014
Cons: A lot.
Location: Las Vegas, what else can I say?
Upon arrival, the clerk and the manager refused my payment with Loop! Room was very cold and heater did not work for two days (outside temperature 42F at night). TV went down and was not fixed for two days. House keeping entered room at night, while we were sleeping, after 10PM. (They said they wanted to prepare the room for the night.) Even though being told not to do that again, they repeated noise and entry two other nights. Bathroom: only one sink, very little space around sink for toiletry and NO Bathtub! Fancy elevator system was more of a pain than anything useful or efficient. We were told we were in a room on a high floor with a beautiful view. The floor was named 79, but in fact only 9! and the view was nothing to brag about.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Don't think it's worth the moneyPosted Oct 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
I've stayed at a lot of nice hotels in Vegas and this one isn't bad, it just isn't amazing. Service is standard, they messed up on our reservation big time and the only thing they kept saying was, "sorry". Great, irritate me on my first day of vacation at $500 bucks a night. The room itself is nice and roomy. There isn't much light in the room, it's kind of dark. The bathroom is nice, I loved the shower. Sorry, no big wow factor, it was just a room. The manager later ended up trying to make the situation better but it just left a bad taste...at the prices they charge, service better be the first thing on their list starting with check-in and everything in-between. If you want to pay $500 a night and get real service, stay at the Cosmo or the Four Seasons.