Ratings based on 156 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nobu is great.Posted Aug 24, 2015
The entire staff was extremely friendly and helpful, especially the front desk by the elevators.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Stockholm
Posted Aug 21, 2015
Bra och prisvärt. God service. Fantastisk poolanläggning.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Satisfied GuestsPosted Aug 5, 2015
Pros: The decor and room were beautiful. Part of the Caesar Palace property so very well situated on the strip.
Cons: The shower is large so this means you get wet with very cold water when turning on the shower - brrr
We had a great experience. The valet service, bellhop and check-in services were no hassle. No standing in line at check in as you can do at other hotels and all the staff were very friendly. The room was clean and modern. We'd defintely stay there again
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from miami, fl
Great locationPosted Jul 14, 2015
Close to everything. Amenities are amazing. Well decorated. Room service was too pricey, but it's Vegas!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Seattle, WA
Very Comfy with a few very small complaintsPosted Jul 2, 2015
Pros: Amazing bed and shower. Great staff who were willing to help.
Cons: The room should come with a fridge that the guest can use not have it filled with overpriced drinks.
Location: A little hard to find the first time but it is placed decently near the pool and a few good restaurants!
Ok so showing up to Caesars I had done my research and knew that Nobu was a little hard to find in the giant Hotel. After a decent walk and a few questions to staff we were able to find the front desk. The staff was great and we picked up on the semi-exclusive elevator system right away. The room itself was great. Very clean and spacious. A bathroom that we wanted in our own home someday. As smart Vegas goers we had purchased some alcohol at the general store to have in the room instead of spending 27$ for a drink at the pool. When I found the fridge it had not one space that wasn't filled with a sensor and random little overpriced drinks. A quick call to the Hotel Staff fixed that as they had a empty one brought up in about 20 mins. (our first drink was warm). Next we returned from dinner and wanted to see we could watch something from either a USB drive I had brought or an iPhone or and Android Phone.We had all three between us. The iPhone wasn't able to connect because they didn't have the new lightning cable. Its 2015 people! Android was not even supported at all. I had hope for the USB seeing as there was a port next to 1 HDMI port on the desk but it was only for charging and no connection to the TV. So it was American Ninja Warrior or the 3 Jurrasic Park Movies over and over for our stay. Only other thing is there is only ice on one floor and they don't tell you that at all (had to call again to find it after a small adventure). Overall a great stay with a few things...
by A verified traveler from Los Angeles
Supposed exclusivity in the middle of everythingPosted Jun 15, 2015
Pros: Nice room size
One thinks of a small exclusive boutique hotel to be far from the maddening crowd, and private amenities. To get to the very nice small reception area you need to use the same parking or valet as the rest of the crowd at Ceasers Palace, walk through the casinos to get to the reception desk, and then use all other facilities of the huge hotel. There is no private pool area (like the Four Seasons at the Mandalay Bay) so you are with the regular hotels guests, using the same broken down pool chairs, and no special service at the pool. Just not that level of luxury or feel for the price. And then many of the rooms face the interior which is rooftops and air-conditioning units. They were literally parallel with my window and zero view.
by A verified traveler from dallas
Was dissappointed; not what I expected!Posted Jun 10, 2015
The hotel is conveniently located, beds comfortable BUT: menu was weak, snacks ( basically non acceptable), room wasn't cleaned ( vacuum / mopped, robes were dirty but hung as fresh) light bulbs burned out( had to call for replacement) side tabs on base of toilet fell off each day. Ordered an omelette & soda ($53), ridiculious. Took forever (3 calls ) at checkout to get a bellman to assist w/ luggage ... Not what I expected
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Las Vegas
Posted Jun 1, 2015
What a wonderful hotel. Elegant, quiet and convenient. Will surely come back !!
for Couplesby A verified traveler from san diego
Don't book at Nobu.Posted May 30, 2015
Cons: Coffee till say 1pm? Some of us can't make the 11am cutoff.
Location: Vegas baby
Don't book here. We want this place all to ourselves. You are a vip here. Sit down registration. Have all the bottled water you need. Rooms and bathrooms are over the top. Bed, best we ever slept in a hotel. They come in and freshen up your room. Rearrange all your crap in a neat fashion. Bath robes, shoes, for the room and to wear to the pool. Leave them there, they will get you more. Workout room, free coffee. Best pears we ever had. The list goes on. Staff is all about you. The last service and it ranked up high on the overall list. Have the bellman take your luggage to the taxi stand. You go to head of the line. Heads will turn,"Who are those people?".
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Sacramento
Superb small boutique hotel experience in CaesarsPosted May 19, 2015
Loved Nobu. You get a luxury, small hotel experience inside the massive Caesar's Palace entertainment complex. Arrival: Free valet parking followed by short, well-marked walk to Nobu. You enter a small, separate elevator lobby with stunning wood decor that distinguishes it from rest of hotel. Adjacent to entrance to Nobu restaurant. Cool elevators with digital master controls and room key security (no buttons inside the elevators!) whisk you to intimate reception area on second floor. Unlike massive Caesars lobby, here it's just you and a pleasant attendant at a sit-down desk. Fresh fruit and cold water complimentary in this space. Our room was well-appointed with a comfortable bed. The bathroom was the best part of the room. Great dark tile shower with Japanese theme throughout. Sexy layout of open end shower and rest of bathroom. Separate makeup vanity with comfy stool. Best hotel robes ever. Best hotel bathroom sink ever (deep, giant tabletop bowl). Room came with priority reservations at Nobu, the best (but also insanely most expensive) Japanese restaurant I've ever dined in. Also free admission to the over-21 party pool at the swimming deck. Nobu Hotel location is best on the strip. Caesars is in the middle of everything but you don't even need to leave the hotel. Nobu is centrally located in the massive Caesar's complex. Would definitely stay here again.