Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace

5.0 star rating

Exceptional accommodation with superior facilities and services.

    What to expect (based on 2280 reviews):

    Cleanliness

    Cleanliness-4.5

    Location

    Location-4.5

    Rooms

    Rooms-4.5

    Service

    Service-4.5

    Value

    Value-4

    5 most recent TripAdvisor reviews:

    Disappointed

    Reviewed by Carol A L(Hendersonville, North Carolina) on Feb 20, 2020

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			3
			 out of 5

    While convenient to the performances and gambling of Caesar's Palace, we were disappointed in this boutique hotel. We arrived earlier than check-in time and our "room was not ready, but for an up-charge, we could put you in another room" When we agreed and got to our room, the floor in the room was uneven and the room looked "worn"..

    Amazing!

    Reviewed by Ntran89(Buena Park, California) on Feb 20, 2020

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			5
			 out of 5

    We checked in and Zoey helped us get a suite. It was an easy and smooth process. We didn’t wait long at all. The room was nice and spacious. The steam room was awesome and we definitely put it to use.

    Nobu and Caesars Las Vegas

    Reviewed by mariannmattia(Mesa, Arizona) on Feb 20, 2020

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			4
			 out of 5

    The Nobu is a little hotel off of Ceasar's Palace. I loved that the checkin area was manned by someone 24/7 and the only way in was if you had a key. The rooms were nice, a little dated and some nicks and chips, here and there, but my view of the Paris was AMAZING

    It was ok, far better options on the strip.

    Reviewed by 562NB(Gilroy, California) on Feb 19, 2020

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			3
			 out of 5

    The Nobu is located inside the Cesars Palace Casino. The chek-in is a whole in the wall and for us, a long, painful process. It took nearly 45 minutes to check in and the room we were given was not the one we booked. While the decor in the room is nice(Asian themed) and were relativly quiet, it was not worth the money. We asked for a room with a view of the strip. The "view" was obscured, most of the room mid to low level are like that. Not our favorite place.

    Individual ratings:

    Cleanliness

    Cleanliness-5

    Location

    Location-4

    Service

    Service-3

    Luxury beyond measure

    Reviewed by jeffbH5418ZX(Columbus, Georgia) on Feb 19, 2020

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			5
			 out of 5

    Overall, our experience was beyond what I ever could have expected. My spouse and I needed to book a room early, as our flight itinerary changed last minute. Due to the change, we decided to book a room at a hotel where we had never stayed before in Las Vegas. After starting the booking process for Caesars Palace, I was offered the ability to upgrade our stay to the Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace. While I'm not one to upgrade normally, I was interested in what Nobu had to offer, so I booked a King Suite. Upon arrival, I was a little turned around while in the Casino, and didn't quite know where to go. After a bit of walking, which was not a problem after sitting for a few hours on an airline, we found the nook where Nobu was. The hotel check-in, which is located directly adjacent to the Nobu restaurant felt very personal and much more private than the normal Caesars check-in. The lady at the counter, Valerie, chatted with us during the check-in process, and let us know that we were being upgraded from our King Suite to the Sake Suite. While I was unaware of what that meant at the time, I was pleasantly surprised by this. The other lady at the counter, which I don't recall her name, was quick to let us know that we were in for a very special hotel stay. After checking in, we were shown how to access our room, which was to place the room key on a panel that would give us a personal elevator ride to our floor. The elevator and room key also gave us access to the Nobu fitness room and business center. Once we entered the room, we were blown away by how spacious it was. Once inside, you have a guest bathroom, with a vanity mirror. As you enter further, you have a view of the living area, and a billiards table. To the right of the entrance was a compact kitchen, with a small refrigerator, tea kettle, keurig, and mini bar. Slightly past the pool table was the living area, which featured a range of seating and a very large TV. Adjacent to the living area was a theater room, which if I'm being honest, had the most comfortable couch I have had the pleasure of sitting on in a long while. The bedroom and bathroom were both extremely spacious. The bedroom had one king bed, a large couch to relax on, and another equally large TV. The bed was very comfortable with very soft sheets and a hefty comforter. The bathroom located within the bedroom was luxurious. It featured his and hers sinks, hotel provided tooth brushes and tooth paste (an odd thing to be thrilled about, but I was never-the-less), a beautiful bathtub, automatic seat lifting toilet with a bidet, shower and steam room combo. Overall, we were ecstatic with the room, and even with everything we could ever want awaiting us out on the Vegas strip, we were more interested in staying in, relaxing, and playing billiards, than we were with exploring.

    Individual ratings:

    Cleanliness

    Cleanliness-5

    Service

    Service-5

    Value

    Value-5